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America's Winter Playground   -   Green Mountain State.

Regions in Vermont : Champlain Valley, Green Mountains, Mount Mansfield and Northeast Kingdom.

Cities in Vermont : Barre City, Bennington, Brattleboro, Burlington, Colchester, Essex, Hartford, Milton, Montpelier, Newport City, Rutland City, South Burlington, St. Albans City, Vergennes and Winooski.

State Capital Vermont : Montpelier
largest city Vermont : Burlington

campsites, car hire, holiday rentals, hotels & inns, tour operators - vermont tours, travel guides, travel to vermont


Campsites / Campgrounds / RV Parks

  Vermont Campground Association
Comprehensive website for camping information and campgrounds in Vermont. Members include most private campgrounds and all State Parks which offer camping. Note: the State Parks, in keeping with their rustic atmosphere, do not have RV hook-ups at their campsites. However, dumping stations are available and RV's are welcome.

  Vermont State Parks / Camping
Vermont State Parks offer a wide variety of camping experiences, including drive-in camp sites, lean-to's, cabins, cottages, remote campsites, group camping areas, and even an inn-style lodge, all surrounded by Vermont's beautiful mountains, lakes, forests and fields.

Car Rentals in Vermont

Car rental

Car Rental USA  Sixt   -    

Holiday Homes Vermont / Apartments

  Trapp Family Lodge   -   Guest House rentals, Villa rentals
In the Village of Stowe.

Hotels in Vermont, Resorts

Centrally located hotels ranging from small family run budget accommodation to world-class five star hotels.

   -   Motel 6 and Red Roof   -    

  Green Hotels
A Green Hotel is any Vermont lodging establishment that solidifies its commitment to environmental excellence by achieving a rigorous set of environmental standards.
  Stoweflake   -   Mountain Resort & Spa
Located in one of America's most sensational, natural paradises, the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa in Stowe, Vermont offers the ultimate, year-round vacation experience. With its celebrated world-class spa, luxurious accommodations, award-winning restaurants and friendly, attentive staff, the Stoweflake is unrivaled as New England's premier spa/resort destination. Whether you are looking for outdoor adventure or a romantic, relaxing escape, the Stoweflake promises to exceed your expectations.

National Parks / State Parks

  Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forests
The Green Mountain National Forest is located in the southwestern and west-central Vermont, and the Finger Lakes National Forest is located in central New York. Providing abundant recreation and a wealth of natural resources, the Green Mountains and Finger Lakes are perfect places to relax and enjoy your National Forests!

  National Park Service
The NPS works with communities to preserve and care for neighborhood treasures. They also work with teachers to create unique opportunities for students to learn about history at the real places where events unfolded.

Travel Agents / Tour Operators

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Local Travel Organizations / Tour Operators :

  Your Vermont Wedding   -   Why Get Married In Vermont?
Breathtaking scenery. Quaint towns with cozy inns. World renowned chefs. Exquisite resorts with pampering spas. All nestled amidst the beauty of the Green Mountains and the sparkling shores of Lake Champlain. Whether exchanging vows in a field of wild flowers, traveling down a country lane in a horse-drawn sleigh on freshly fallen snow, or dancing by candlelight in a 19th century barn, the Vermont Association of Wedding Professionals helps couples, no matter where they live in the country, plan every step of their Vermont wedding.
  Vermont Vacation   -   Official Vermont Tourism Site

Travel Guides Vermont /  Travel Related Books

Vermont Living [ magazine ]


Travel Guides USA Travel Guides USA  [ ]

Transportation / How do I get to Vermont

Vermont Airports
Burlington International [ So. Burlington ], Basin Harbor [ Vergennes ], Caledonia County [ Lyndon ], Edward F. Knapp [ Berlin ], Fair Haven, Franklin County [ Highgate ], Hartness [ Springfield ], John H. Boylan [ Brighton ], Middlebury, Morrisville-Stowe, Mt. Snow [ Dover ], Newport [ Coventry ], Post Mills [ Thetford ], Robin's Nest - Windham, Rutland [ Clarendon ], Shelburne, Warren-Sugarbush [ Warren ], William H. Morse [ Bennington ].


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KLM Royal Dutch Airlines take you to hundreds of destinations everywhere in the world.

  Airline Tickets /  Bargain Flights

  Vermont Transit Lines

  Greyhound Lines   -   Coach Line

  Green Mountain Transit Agency
Going to work, visiting friends, or shopping in Barre, Montpelier, Berlin, Morrisville, Waterbury or Burlington? Use the links on the website to find out more about GMTA and its programs. Logging on from the Mad River Valley? Mad Bus schedules are included.

  Vermont Agency of Transportation
  Vermont Road Traveler Information Service


  Vermont Vacation

  Vermont Government

  City of Montpelier   -   State Capital Vermont
Montpelier is located in a picturesque valley along the Winooski River in Central Vermont. As the nation's smallest state capital, Montpelier's intimate size, historic neighborhoods,and diverse community make it a wonderful city in which to visit, live, and do business.
  Burlington [ largest city Vermont ]   -   City of Burlington
Located on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain between the Adirondack and Green Mountains, Burlington is one of America's most liveable cities. On the website you will find information about the region, City services and public participation in its governance, and links to many more resources.

  Central Vermont   -   Central Vermont Chamber of Commerce
Municipalities : Barre City, Barre Town, Berlin, Cabot, Calais, Duxbury, East Montpelier, FaystonMarshfield, Middlesex, Montpelier, Moretown, Northfield, Orange (Orange County), Plainfield, Roxbury, WaitsfieldWarren, Washington(Orange County), Waterbury, Williamstown(Orange County), Woodbury en Worcester
  Champlain Valley   -   Greater Burlington Region of Vermont
Champlain Valley is a region around Lake Champlain.
Crossroads of Vermont   -
A Vermont guide for family vacations - lodging, golfing, skiing, camping, snowmobiling, fishing, hiking
  Eastern Vermont Gateway   -   Eastern Vermont's Rivers & Byways
This dynamic region of Vermont presents diversions to delight you from season to season throughout each year...from one visit to the next. Participate in harvest festivals held amidst the backdrop of vivid fall colors.. .witness spring lambing during the reawakening of the landscape to variations of green-on-green...hold your breath as you take in the panorama of the morning sun brightening the pure whiteness of a new-fallen snow.. .meander along a riverbank filled with wildflowers on a summer's day. These and more wonders await you throughout Eastern Vermont
  Green Mountains   -   The Green Mountains of Southern Vermont
The Green Mountains are a mountain range in the state of Vermont. The range extends approximately 250 miles. The most notable mountains in the range include: Mount Mansfield [ 4395 feet, the highest point in Vermont ], Killington Peak [4235 feet ], Mount Ellen [ 4083 feet ], Camel's Hump [ 4083 feet ], Mount Cleveland [ 3500 feet ], Mount Roosevelt [ 3580 feet ], Mount Wilson [ 3756 feet ], Glastenbury Mountain [ 3748 feet ]. See Green Mountain and Finger Lakes National Forests.
All of the major peaks are traversed by the Long Trail, a wilderness hiking trail that runs from the southern to northern borders of the state and joins the Appalachian Trail for roughly 1/3 of its length.
  Islands and Farms Vermont   -
With its abundant water and flat-to-rolling terrain, Vermont's Islands & Farms is a great place to enjoy the outdoors.
The breadth of four-season experiences uniquely combines island hopping and nearby high mountain skiing; boating and climbing; and swimming in either lakes or mountain streams.
This is the place where you can delight in world-class sailing and windsurfing, power boating, kayaking, or canoeing. Paddle part or all 86 miles of the Missisquoi River, where it flows gently through Franklin County, as it rounds Jay Peak and circles back to Vermont and Lake Champlain.
  Mid Vermont   -   Mid Vermont Travel Information and Vacation Brochures Middlebury
From Lake Champlain to the Green Mountains the Mid Vermont region represents the towns of Middlebury, Bristol and the city of Vergennes. Their bed & breakfasts, inns, hotels, motels and resorts invite you to visit to experience and enjoy what Mid Vermont has to offer. Each season provides a host of activities from hiking, biking, skiing, triathlons, canoeing, golf, fishing to shopping and dining.
Whether you are planning a ski trip to Vermont, a long vacation on one of our several lakes - Lake Champlain, Lake Dunmore - they are here to assist and provide Vermont tourism information.
Mount Mansfield - highest mountain in Vermont - skiing and tourism
Mount Mansfield is one of the most challenging ski mountains in the U.S. It has many expert trails and is famous for the "Front Four" ski trails. The Front Four are Goat, Starr, National and Liftline and contain steep pitches, many natural hazards (rocks and trees), and little grooming.
  Northeast Kingdom   -   Northeast Kingdom Travel and Tourism Association
Northeast corner of Vermont, comprising Essex County, Orleans County, and Caledonia County.
The area is a year-round recreation destination known for skiing, fall foliage, and maple syrup.
  Southern Vermont   -   Vacation in Vermont
Here, you will find everything you need for your vacation in our region. No matter the season, we invite you to come and discover what makes this area special.
This slice of Vermont includes the communities Andover, Cavendish, Chester, Grafton, Ludlow, Springfield, Weston and Windsor. Within this area, there's four-season recreation, cultural heritage, a complete range of lodging and dining and, of course, the natural beauty that is Vermont.
  Southern Windsor County   -
From beautiful lakes to the best in skiing and golf, there's plenty to do in Southern Windsor County.
  Smugglers' Notch Area Chamber of Commerce in Beautiful Northern Vermont
The Smugglers' Notch Area of Vermont is a four-season vacation destination on what some locals refer to as 'the quiet side of the Mountain'. Outstanding natural beauty, great recreational opportunities, and unspoiled Vermont villages combine with modern shopping and services, lodging, and restaurants in this area of the Lamoille River Valley to provide visitors a unique experience. Smugglers' Notch is a spectacular pass at the foot of Mount Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak, and the road through the Notch, Route 108, is one of two officially designated scenic highways in the state. During the winter months a few miles of Route 108 are closed at the summit, and the Notch becomes a haven for snowshoeing, skiing, and ice climbing. With two major ski resorts adjacent to the Notch, it remains the focal point of activity throughout the year. At Jeffersonville, Route 108 and the cold, clear Brewster River winding alongside it meet with Route 15, the area's main east-west highway, and with the larger Lamoille River. All this makes the area both easily accessible and rich in places to hike, canoe, fish, bike, and relax.

  Addison County   -   Addison County Chamber of Commerce
Cities and towns : Addison, Bridport, Bristol, Cornwall, Ferrisburg, Goshen, Granville, Hancock, Leicester, Lincoln, Middlebury, Monkton, New Haven, Orwell, Panton, Ripton, Salisbury, Shoreham, Starksboro, Vergennes, Waltham, Weybridge and Whiting
  Bennington   -   Bennington County
Cities, towns, and villages : Arlington, Bennington, Dorset, Glastenbury, Landgrove, Manchester, Peru, Pownal, Readsboro, Rupert, Sandgate, Searsburg, Shaftsbury, Stamford, Sunderland, Winhall and Woodford
Cities, towns, and villages : Barnet, Burke, Danville, Groton, Hardwick, Kirby, Lyndon, Newark, Peacham, Ryegate, Sheffield, St. Johnsbury, Stannard, Sutton, Walden and Waterford
  Chittenden   -   Chittenden County
Cities, towns, villages etc. : Bolton, Buels Gore, Burlington, Charlotte, Colchester, Essex, Hinesburg, Huntington, Jericho, Milton, Richmond, Shelburne, South Burlington, St. George, Underhill, Westford, Williston and Winooski
  Essex   -   County of Essex
Cities, towns, villages, etc. : Averill, Avery's Gore, Bloomfield, Brighton, Brunswick, Canaan, Concord, East Haven, Ferdinand, Granby, Guildhall, Lemington, Lewis, Lunenburg, Maidstone, Norton, Victory, Warner's Grant and Warren's Gore
  Franklin County   -   Franklin County Regional Chamber of Commerce
Franklin County is Vermont's Northern Treasure. Located in the Northwest corner of the state, Franklin County is steeped in agricultural heritage, historic traditions and natural beauty. Known for its salt of the earth people, charming towns and rolling country side, everyone is sure to find a little piece of heaven on earth in our enchanting and delightful region of Vermont.
Towns in Franklin County include: Bakersfield, Berkshire, Enosburg, Fairfax, Fairfield, Fletcher, Franklin, Georgia, Highgate, Montgomery, Richford, Sheldon, St. Albans and Swanton.
  Grand Isle
Grand Isle County is the only county in the contiguous United States that does not have a land border with any other part of the United States. It consists of islands in Lake Champlain and a peninsula extending from Canada.
Cities and towns : Alburg, Grand Isle, Isle La Motte, North Hero and South Hero
  Lamoille   -   Lamoille Valley Chamber of Commerce
Part of what makes the Lamoille Valley so unique, is its annual show of beautiful fall foliage, as well as pristine snow conditions during the winter season.
Abundant with restaurants, crafts, antiques, shopping and culture, as well as the recreational opportunities resulting from our diverse landscape, our region offers the best of small-town Vermont from the tallest peaks to the shores of our many lakes & streams.
Located in the Lamoille Valley, the Stowe-Smugglers' Notch region, one of the fastest growing regions in Vermont, is home to more businesses and activities that you can count. Whether its shopping, recreation or culture you're after, the Lamoille Valley has something for every taste.
  Orange  -  Orange County 
Located just 40 miles from Manhattan, Orange County is one of the most attractive areas in the New York metropolitan area. Affordable housing, excellent school systems, a low crime rate, outstanding road, rail and air transportation, lack of congestion, and a wide range of recreational activities offer unique advantages for business and for living.
Cities and towns : Bradford, Braintree, Brookfield, Chelsea, Corinth, Fairlee, Newbury, Wells River,Orange, Randolph, Strafford, Thetford, Topsham, Tunbridge, Vershire, Washington, West Fairlee, Williamstown
  Orleans   -   Orleans County Tourism
Nestled on the southern banks of Lake Ontario between Niagara Falls & Rochester, NY is historic Orleans County. Discover the charm as you cruise along our country byways and scenic waterways while experiencing our rich history, rural culture and exhilarating outdoor fun. Don't forget to stop in at our bountiful farm markets, charming gift shoppes and unique museums along the Erie Canal, Historic Ridge Road and the Seaway Trail.
Cities, towns & Villages : Albany, Barton, Barton, Orleans, Brownington, Charleston, Coventry, Craftsbury, Derby, Derby Center, Derby Line, Glover, Greensboro, Holland, Irasburg, Jay, Lowell, Morgan, Newport [ City ], Newport [ Town ], Troy, North Troy (a village of Troy), Westfield, Westmore.
The primary stream of the county is Otter Creek, which runs through the county from the south to the north.
Cities and towns : Benson, Brandon, Castleton, Chittenden, Clarendon, Danby, Fair Haven, Hubbardton, Ira, Killington, Mendon, Middletown Springs, Mount Holly, Mount Tabor, Pawlet, Pittsfield, Pittsford, Poultney Town,
Poultney Village, Proctor, Rutland City, Rutland Town,Shrewsbury, Sudbury, Tinmouth, Wallingford, Wells, West Haven and West Rutland.
  Washington   -   Washington County   -   Tourism   -   Washington County Tourism Association
Cities, towns, and villages : Athens, Bellows Falls, Brattleboro, Brookline, Dover, Dummerston, Grafton, Guilford, Halifax, Jacksonville, Jamaica, Londonderry, Marlboro, Newfane, Putney, Rockingham, Saxtons River ,Somerset, Stratton, Townshend, Vernon, Wardsboro, Westminster, Whitingham, Wilmington and Windham.
Cities and towns : Andover, Baltimore, Barnard, Bethel, Bridgewater, Cavendish, Chester, Hartford, Hartland, Ludlow, Norwich, Perkinsville, Plymouth, Pomfret, Reading, Rochester, Royalton, Sharon, Springfield, Stockbridge, Weathersfield, West Windsor, Weston, White River Junction, Wilder, Windsor and Woodstock

  Barre   -   Barre City
Central Vermont's largest municipality, Barre City is the "Granite Center of the World". Stone workers from all over Europe created a patchwork of cultures which helped Barre to grow to the diverse municipality it is today.
  Killington   -   City of Killington   -   Tourism   -   Killington Chamber of Commerce
The Killington Region is an all-season vacation destination. With some of the highest and most varied mountain terrain in New England, Killington is the choice for outdoor enthusiasts of all kinds. Killington Resort is one of the largest ski areas in the world - 95 miles of skiing and snowboarding terrain, many of which also support mountain biking and hiking when the snows have melted. The famous Appalachian and Long Trails transverse these mountains, as do miles of VAST trails, the Vermont Association of Snow Travelers snowmobile and cross country ski statewide trail system.
For less rugged adventure, this spectacular mountain setting is home to two PGA golf courses, with 12 area courses just a short drive away. The Killington Region is known as the heart of Vermont for more than one reason. Ideally located in the center of the state, it is the perfect base for all of your Vermont adventures. While our region offers a multitude of recreation, lodging and dining choices, most all destinations of interest, both North and South, are just a scenic ride away. We can help you plan day trips to some of Vermont's scenic, historic and recreation points of interest.
  Newport City   -   City of Newport
The City of Newport, located in the upper northeast area of Vermont, is a four season's resort area. It is bordered to the north by the Canadian Border and is the southern port of Lake Memphremagog. Lake Memphremagog, which is over 30 miles long, offers excellent fishing and hunting opportunities. From late spring to early fall the lake is utilized by boaters, swimmers, jet skis and wind surfers. There is also a Fish and Wildlife Refuge, along the South Bay of Newport, which is a haven to view hundreds of species of native birds and animals.
There is plenty to do all year round. You can ski at Jay Peak [ 20-25 minutes ], snowmobile on VAST trails, sail or motorboat to Canada for dinner. Enjoy concerts at the Gateway Center Building on the Waterfront in the summer. Stroll through the parks and enjoy beautiful sunsets over the lake.
  Rutland City   -   City of Rutland   -   Tourism   -   Rutland Region Chamber of Commerce
  South Burlington  -  City of South Burlington
Located in the western part of the state on the shores of beautiful Lake Champlain.
  St. Albans City   -   City of St. Albans   -   see also Franklin County
  Vergennes   -   City of Vergennes
Vergennes is Vermont's oldest city, established in 1788, and is also Vermont's first incorporated city.
  Winooski   -   City of Winooski

  Stowe   -   Town of Stowe   -   Stowe Vermont Skiing & Vacations
Only Stowe combines a classic 200-year-old village with Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak. This unique juxtaposition imbues Stowe with a character reminiscent of great European mountain resorts.
  Stowe-Smugglers' Notch   -   Stowe, Morrisville and Smugglers' Notch

  Okemo Mountain Resort
  Pittsford National Fish Hatchery
Located in West Central Vermont just North of Rutland, off of Route 7. Visitors are welcome, visiting hours are from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., 365 days a year. Take a nice drive to the Green Mountains of Vermont and see a third of a million fish, feed an eight-pound salmon, and enjoy learning!

  Biking   -   Lake Champlain Bikeways
The network includes a total of 35 loops and tours ranging from 10 to 60 miles in length, in addition to the Champlain Bikeway, a 363-mile principal route around the entire Lake and along the Richelieu River to Chambly , Québec. Based on a rich array of natural, cultural, and historic themes, these loops meander along quiet back roads through extraordinary mountain and countryside scenery.
  News from Vermont   -   Addison Independent   -   community newspaper
  News   -   Burlington Free Press, Barton Chronicle, Rutland Herald
  News   -   The Mountain Times   -   Central Vermont's Most Popular Weekly Newspaper
  Radio   -   Vermont Public Radio
  Radio   -   Onion River Radio
  Skiing in Vermont   -   Stowe Mountain Resort
  University   -   University of Vermont [ University of the Green Mountains ]

Cuisine  -  Vermont Recipes

  Vermont Apples   -   see 'Recipes'
See Baking, Sauce, Jelly, Main dishes, Soups & Salads and Dessert.
There are also many good reasons to visit a Vermont apple orchard or farm stand in the fall. The #1 reason: the orchard is the best place to get a crisp, fresh McIntosh, Cortland, Macoun, Empire, Red Delicious or any of the dozens of other varieties grown in Vermont.
  Vermont Beekeepers Association   -   see 'VT Honey / Recipes'
The Vermont Beekeepers Association represents over 1000 beekeepers who raise bees for love and honey.
  Vermont Maple Sugar Makers' Association   -   see 'Consumer Info / Maple Recipes'
See Breads, Breakfast Foods, Desserts, Dressings, Sauces & Marinades, Meats and Snacks.
Founded in 1893, the Vermont Maple Sugar Makers' Association is the oldest agricultural association in the country.   -   Maple Recipes
  Honey Gardens [ Apitherapy raw honey from Champlain Valley ] - see 'recipes'
Apitherapy honey has never been heated or filtered, and thus it retains the beneficial traces of pollen, propolis, and beeswax, which the flowers and bees have put there. These contain healthful minerals, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, and carbohydrates. Honey forms crystals around these particles, which you see on the surface or by holding a jar up to the light. Within a month or so after the fall harvest, Apitherapy honey will crystallize. To soften or reliquefy honey, place it in a warm place or in warm water.

  New England Apples [ New England Apple Association ]
The New England Apple Association has hundreds of recipes in its coffers which can help put the nutritious apple on your plate for any meal.
  New England Recipes
A collection of quick, easy, and delicious recipes from New England and around the world : Appetizers, BBQ, Beverages, Breads, Breakfast, Candy, Chef Recipes, Desserts, Jam & Jellies, Main Dishes, Maple Recipes, Pet Food, Salads, Sandwiches, Sauces, Seafood, Side Dishes, Soup & Chowder, Vegetarian.

History Vermont

  History of Vermont
Early history Vermont, European outposts and settlements, New Hampshire Grants, New York's claim, and the Vermont Republic, Religion in Vermont, Revolutionary War, Statehood and the ante-bellum era, Civil War era, Postbellum era and beyond, The twentieth century, Twenty-first century, A electoral history 11.1 The electoral scene 1791–1830 [ Upward mobility for politicians 1830–1916, Primaries 1916–1946, Interregnum — Liberal Republicans prevail 1946–1962, Democratic dominance 1962– current ], Infrastructure history.

  Vermont Historical Society
The Vermont Historical Society is the only institution in Vermont that collects artifacts, books, and documents that reflect the entire history of the state, every geographical area, and every chronological period. They preserve the history that makes Vermont a special place to live, work, and visit. They hope your visit to our web site will inspire you to come to their museum in Montpelier & their library in Barre to see more!
Web site of the Vermont State-owned historic sites (Chamber member). Provides information about all the sites, directions, and calendar of events. Sites in this area include the Hubbardton Battlefield and Mount Independence.

Music, Art & Culture, Events

  Culture in Vermont
  Culture in Burlington

  Vermont State House [ Montpelier ]
State capitol of Vermont and the seat of the Vermont General Assembly. Also used as a state cultural facility.

  Killington Music Festival
  Vermont International Film Festival [ Burlington ]

  Vermont Events Calendar and Vermont Fairs and Festivals

  Chamber of Commerce Vermont   -   Events
The Vermont Chamber of Commerce hosts several high-profile events each year with opportunities to highlight your business.

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