Area Attractions / Links


Antiques There are many antique shops in the area but the Vermont Antique Mall at Quechee Gorge Village is the largest and busiest in the state of Vermont. Located in the beautiful Quechee Gorge area, we offer over 18,000 square feet of display space which hosts 450 plus booths and cases on 2 floors of a classic Vermont restructured barn. A new addition was added to meet the demand for more booth space showcasing hundreds of thousands of quality antiques and collectibles.

Biking/Fly Fishing/X-Ctry. Ski/Sledding  At Wilderness Trails you will enjoy a great variety of outdoor activities, each tailored to the desires of your own family or group!

Billings Farm/Museum The Billings Farm & Museum is keeping alive the spirit and values of Vermont’s rural past. The farm dates back to 1871, when native Vermonter, Frederick Billings, set out to build a farm and forestry operation that would serve future generations as a model of wise stewardship. His farm flourished, and today, is still a first-class working farm, operating with a museum of Vermont’s rural heritage.

Covered Bridges Here are some of the bridges we’ve featured which are located in Central Vermont. Covered Bridges in Windsor County will be closest to Leave No Trace cabin.

Fishing Vermont Living’s easy-to-use guide to some of the best fishing holes in Vermont.

Foliage MONTPELIER, Vt. –Areas of good color can still be found throughout Vermont at a time when we are usually heading into ‘Stick Season’ in most parts of the state.

Country Stores One of Vermont’s oldest general stores, where you can buy everything from caviar to cow manure – accompanied by a farmstead cheese and a bottle of Corton Charlemagne.

Golf Courses Vermont golf courses, golf vacations, public courses and country clubs are world famous…
Vermont golfing, VT golf, Vermont golf course, golfing, golf tips, golf pros, and the scenery has more than once been accused of breaking one’s concentration. So be forewarned if you’re a first timer… slow down and enjoy some of the great golfing here in northern New England. Vermont has some of the highest number of golf courses per capita in the nation, second only to Florida. You will find well-groomed, interesting and challenging golf courses in every region of Vermont. Explore them all!

Green Mt. Horse Assoc Providing educational & competitive opportunities for equestrians of all ages.

Hartland Nordic Course The cross-country skiing and snowshoeing trails provide a unique opportunity to meander through fields and back woods; over gently-rolling to steep terrain in the Three- and Four-Corners areas of Hartland, Vermont. The trails are all on private properties, are created and maintained by volunteers, and open to the community free of charge.

Hiking So. Central Vermont Hiking Guide – Vermont Hikes & Casual Woodland Walks also check out the hiking trails on Mt. Tom in Woodstock

Horse Rides Wagon and sleigh rides – trail rides are no longer available.

Kayak/Canoe Rentals North Star Canoe Livery is a family owned and operated canoe rental and Livery business on the Connecticut River in Cornish, New Hampshire. This pristine waterway offers the canoeist a peaceful journey through the past. Islands along the way offer a wonderful opportunity to picnic, swim or just plain relax. The fisherman will not be disappointed either with excellent opportunities for bass, pike and trout.

Killington/Pico Ski/Golf Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard resort in the eastern United States features diverse terrain, an expansive lift network, the most extensive snowmaking system in the world and numerous off-mountain activities, including après, dining, and shopping.

Mt. Ascutney State Pk Summer at Ascutney Mountain Resort in Vermont offers visitors a unique vacation experience with its vast range of activities for all interests.

Okemo Ski While other mountains talk a big game, we’ve proven that it takes a lot of pipe, water and power – with highly trained, completely dedicated teams at the reins – to make it happen.

Quechee Gorge West of Quechee Village, Vermont, the Ottauquechee River flows eastward within a broad and shallow valley. At Dewey’s Mills, just east of Quechee Village, the river turns abruptly southward and plunges into the narrow, rocky cleft of Quechee Gorge, 165 feet deep and over a mile in length.

Ski Conditions Get local Ski conditions here.

Nordic Skiing Updates on local cross country ski conditions.

Snowmobiling Let Our Magical Highways Take You Away … to Winter Wonderland!

Sugarbush Cheese Farm Our family farm is famous for its excellent waxed cheeses and Pure Vermont Maple Syrup made here on our hillside farm.

Suicide Six Ski Area Suicide Six has 23 trails, ranging in difficulty from novice to expert, including Face, which has challenged skiers for over 50 years.

Vermont Raptor Center VINS enters its third decade with notable accomplishments and exciting plans. Follow our tracks to see where we’ve been, and join us as the future takes flight.

Weather Report Vermont, one of the six New England states, experiences the greatest variety in weather and widest differences in temperature than nearly any other part of New England. Vermont has long, snowy winters and short, sweet summers.

North Hartland Lake for Swimming & fishing

Silver Lake in Barnard also for swimming & fishing