Vermont: Experience the Green Mountains, Charming Small Towns,
Village Greens, Country Stores, Burlington, the Great Outdoors
GET TO KNOW THE REAL VERMONT!
Vermont is simply a beautiful state,
but where to begin? I know Vermont well and enjoy helping people with
their New England trip planning, so you've come to the right
place! May you find each article helpful and full of genuine
perspectives -- like a friend sharing his Vermont travel experiences
with you. Best regards, Eric at
this Vermont travel page with your friends...
Weston Village Store, Weston, Vt. Photo by Eric Hurwitz.
Vermont Travel and
Vacation Articles from VisitingNewEngland and The Thrifty New England
Find great destinations, attractions in
Vermont at our Best of New England Travel Lists section
top Vermont towns and cities in the Best New England towns and
Vermont family fun things to do in the Best New England
the best classic diners in Vermont through the Best Diners in New
See which Vermont apple orchards in Massachusetts made
Best of New England list
country stores in Vermont that are mentioned in the Best
Country Stores in New England story
Find out which
adventure park in Vermont is recommended in our Best Amusement Parks,
Theme Parks and Zoos article
Best Scenic Drives in New England would not be complete without Vemont
in the mix
destinations featured in Best New England Ski Resorts for Kids article
is the ultimate New England mountain town
Vermont mountain vacations at Smugglers' Notch Resort,
something so special about Weston and the Vermont Country Store
Enjoy great small cities? Try Burlington, beautifully situated on Lake
Loving downtown Lyndonville, the foliage and local places to eat
Taking a scenic drive through the Vermont backroads
Falls, a Vermont mill and railroad town, makes a nice comeback
is a one-of-a-kind town
Smallest USA state capitol, big-time fun
the back roads of Vermont in pictures
Putney General Store is a classic Vermont
Two classic country stores in Vermont right across the street from each other
Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury serves
amazing apple cider
Take the Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory
Tour in Waterbury
Enjoying a Vermont day trip on $20
enjoy the Vermont maple sugaring season
Cheap eats, delicious fare in Vermont's
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and get a
Why Travel to Vermont?
There's something special
about Vermont. The classic small villages with tall church steeples,
dramatic but gentle green mountains, pleasing rolling hills,
picturesque village greens and the overall laid back feeling from a
gentler era make Vermont a prime New England vacation destination.
Conservative New England, long-haired hippies, transplanted New Yorkers
looking for a better life, leftist politics, farmers and more
walks-of-life co-exist in this state where almost everywhere you turn
looks like a picture perfect postcard. Diversity may be the way of the
people, but cows still outnumber the human population.
Best known for world-class alpine skiing and its stunning fall foliage,
Vermont is just as good in the spring and summer when the sweet
mountain air, swimming, boating and hiking opportunities and
spectacular winding country drives create instant memories. Of course,
a Ben and Jerry's ice cream is good at any time of the season, as well
as a tour of its revered home facility in Waterbury, Vt.
Burlington is Vermont's biggest city, and it pleases the
big time ways. Situated on Lake Champlain, some say it looks like a
mini San Francisco. That's debatable, but the bottom line is that
Burlington is a colorful city, especially at Church Street Marketplace
where a four block pedestrian area features hundreds of shops,
restaurants, bars, cafe, galleries, shops and street vendors and
entertainers. The lakefront area is beautiful and also features dining,
a park and a ferry to Port Kent, N.Y. (seasonal).
Communities like Stowe, Woodstock, Dorset and Weston are
extraordinarily beautiful, the types of places you'd expect of Vermont
-- loaded with charm, small-town life, interesting little shops, and
unparalleled New England mountain and rural scenery.
The 360,000 acre Green Mountain National Forest is a scenic gem, where
visitors can take a nice, picturesque drive or for the more
adventurous, hike the 260 mile Long Trail. The Green Mountains and its
surrounding areas are perfect for fishing, hunting, swimming, skiing or
just staying at an upscale or rustic resort.
One visit to Vermont forces one to relax . When it's time to leave, the
first thought, many times, is to return as soon as possible. It's
simply a beautiful state that deserves a visit and many return ones.
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