Things to do in Vermont

Looking for things to do in Vermont? Our blog shows the “hidden gems” that Vermont has to offer. If you’re planning a trip to Vermont, use these posts as suggestions of things to do!

Moss Glen Falls (RT 100)

Moss Glenn Falls is located on scenic Route 100 in Granville, and is very easy to reach by car. In fact, the waterfalls can be seen from the road. Spring is a great time to visit many of the waterfalls in Vermont, especially after heavy rain, which makes them even...

Taftsville Covered Bridge

Taftsville, Vermont is the home of Vermont’s second longest covered bridge. Built in 1836, this timber-framed covered bridge spans the Ottauquechee River, and is one of Vermont’s oldest covered bridges. In 2011, this bridge was severely damaged by Hurricane Irene but...

Spring at Woodchuck Hard Cider

If you're looking for things to do in Vermont this Spring, check out Woodchuck Hard Cider in Middlebury. This cidery is located in a beautiful modern building, where you can see and experience how hard cider is made. Woodchuck hard cider offers plenty of samples of...

Spring has Arrived!

Spring has finally arrived in Vermont. One of our favorite things to do is to take a nice walk around Vermont's small towns and villages, such as Woodstock. There you can stroll past historical homes and learn about its rich history. 

Vermont Spirits Distilling Co.

One of our favorite things to do in Vermont (especially in "Mud Season") is to visit the Vermont Spirits Distilling Co. We love their award-winning artisanal Spirits, great atmosphere, friendly staff and beautiful facility. Our favorite is Vermont Gold Vodka distilled...

Mud Season

We have 6 seasons in Vermont. Winter, Spring, "Mud Season", Summer, Fall and "Stick Season." Mud Season announces warmer weather and longer days. We know that when everything is gray and muddy, Spring is just around the...

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