Moosalamoo national recreation area

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Moosalamoo (pronounced moose-ah-la-moo) is derived from the Abenaki word “Mozalômo” meaning “moose call, song or sound”


Berry Picking & Picnicking

Berry Picking

Wild berries abound in the MNRA. As you hike the trails, be on the lookout for wild strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and raspberries. Wild blueberries can be picked in the Blueberry Management Area located off Flora White Road and FR 224 in Goshen, and cultivated blueberries can be picked at the Blueberry Hill Inn with permission. Wild apples, from trees planted by early settlers to the area, are also found throughout the region near old, abandoned cellar holes.

Picnicking

If you are looking for easy and accessible places to picnic, we recommend:

  • Robert Frost Wayside on VT Route 125
  • Robert Frost Interpretive Trails off VT Route 125
  • Voter Brook Road – at the end
  • Silver Lake
  • Falls of Lana area
  • Branbury State Park
  • Blueberry Management Area off FR 224
  • Goshen Dam at Sugar Hill Reservoir


Moosalamoo Association is grateful for support from its members and many local businesses.


Stewardship Provided By:



Benefactors, Supporters & Friends
Addison County Regional Planning Commission, Brandon Inn, IPJ Real Estate, Lilac Inn, Middlebury Natural Food Cooperative, Moosalamoo Ultra Race, National Bank of Middlebury, Olivia's Croutons, Omya, Two Brothers Tavern, Vermont Association of Snow Travelers, Vermont Sun Fitness Centers, Visual Learning Systems, Whittaker Real Estate, Wonder Walks.


Moosalamoo Association is a registered 501(c)(3).

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Moosalamoo Association
P.O. Box 148
Brandon, VT  05733

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