The park provides picnic tables and a few scattered grills for cooking, away from bustling downtown Montpelier. The tower is interesting to look at, and the view from the top is lovely. By day the park & town are generally filled with folks walking their dogs, joggers or people exercising their children. Later in the evening the crowd turns to teens (largely at the tower) discussing life's mysteries, school tests and other things teens talk about. Don't go to the tower expecting privacy, it's often busy. Also, don't go on rainy days as the stairs tend to be slippery.
Since admission is free (though only open seasonally), you can't beat the value of going to the park. There are trails for walking (some will even take you to the State Capitol), but the park can be accessed by car (most of the way, the remainder you have to walk). The park is day use only, no camping allowed, but it's still a good place to go.
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