Stevenson Brook Trail is a 5.7 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Waterbury, Vermont that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from May until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
cross country skiing
Directions from Waterbury, VT: From the junction of SR 100 and US 2 travel 1.5 miles west on US 2. Turn right (north) on Little River Road and go 3.5 miles to the park. The trail begins in the campground.
Beautiful stream with old farms, informational signs explain the history of the farms, was a very nice trail!
Great choice for a warm summer day with lots of cool shade and fun history lesson along the way. Takes you back to life in VT for the first settlers.
Nice State Park.
Nice trials very seanceic and a lot of wildlife dear moose
Nice woodland walking on wide trails by streams and old farms. Signs describing the history of the area are a bonus. Beautiful.
Nice trail, good work out and mix of incline and flat walking space.
Nice walk with some beautiful scenery.
Great easy walk through the woods in a camp that was flooded and destroyed in the 1920s - would be ideal for a snow shoe or cross country skiing. Had my dog off leash - and there's all these cool old chimneys and foundations there with a story about what happened to the camp/how they lived/etc. very cool, would highly recommend! The only thing is it was kind of a maze of trails so pay attention where you go!
great trail- easy and relaxing. no elevation gain or "summit area" to speak of. if you're looking for a gentle walk in the woods along a stream, this is it. Bring a map with you if you need it- there isn't one on trail or at the trailhead.
Beautiful trail! Great hike to take your dogs on!
This particular path in Little River State Park was mostly open, clear, and beautiful (the water follows you for nearly the entire hike). Recent rains, however, have made much of the path more treacherous, and there are also parts of the hike that rapidly ascend; quite a steep transition if you're looking for a beginner's trail. Overall though, my wife and I enjoyed this hike and just about everyone will be able to make the trip.