Sharp Park is a 101 acre ecological preserve located around Cobble Hill in southern Milton, Vermont, ten miles north of Burlington. Cobble Hill is a manadnock (hump) of rock approximately 900 feet above sea level with great views in all directions. Six acres of the Park are planted in Christmas trees. This Christmas tree farm is known as Sharp Farm after Rick Sharp, the owner with his wife, Ruth Masters. Sharp Park features a full service barn (modern commercial building) with bathroom facilities, drinks and snacks available year round. In addition to selling choose and cut Christmas trees on weekends from Thanksgiving to Christmas each year. Sharp Park offers snow tubing on weekends and holidays during the winter months when there is adequate natural snow (they rent snowtubes for $12 for two hours or bring your own sliding devices for $10 admission per car) and off road Segway tours of the Park for $59 for an hour and a half Segway experience from May through October each year. Hiking is free as is mountain biking on your own bike. Same thing for downhill skiing and snowboarding and cross country skiing and snow shoeing (except for the $10 per car fee) on old logging trails around the hill.
Call in advance for reservations for Segways (and weather/snow conditions in the winter).