You can enjoy a wonderful beach vacation in the summer or a fantastic skiing vacation in the winter in Vermont. Make your next travel plans an unforgettable Vermont vacation! This New England state is ripe with natural beauty and full of fun things to do and see.
Vermont is a fantastic place to visit year round. In fall, beautiful foliage engulfs the state, and pumpkin carving festivals and apple picking tours can be found in most small towns and cities. In spring the flowers bloom and things start to heat up. With the cold winter’s ending, outdoor cafes open and locals prepare for another wonderful beach season. When summer finally comes there are so many outdoor adventures to be had! Hike or bike the Green Mountain trails, visit Apple Hill Orchard and Farm in West Rutland or launch your boat and relax on the beach at Ricker Pond State Park. This winter spend a romantic weekend away in a Vermont vacation cabin or B&B up north, far away from the hustle and bustle of it all. A Vermont winter vacation is one of the most popular choices for skiers in the U.S. Vermont has over 18 great ski resorts to choose from. Visit the famous mountains of Killington, Stratton and Okemo, where trails are available for skiers and boarders from beginner levels to advanced.
Vermont is well known for its small, quaint towns, and relaxed daily pace. However if you’re looking for something a little more exciting, Burlington, Vermont, is one of the more 'cosmopolitan' cities in Vermont and a great place to visit on your Vermont vacation. You can rent a boat in the marina or watch the sunset on the docks, followed by cocktails and dinner in an outdoor restaurant. Stay in a luxury Vermont hotel in the evening and shop at unique, vintage boutiques and quaint shops in downtown Burlington during the day.
During your Vermont travels stop at the Vermont State House and the Historical Society Museum in scenic, old Montpelier, a city known for its rich New England heritage. There are always fun holiday and heritage festivals happening here. Check out the North Branch Nature Center and grab some yummy home made goods at the summer Farmer’s Market. For a small town experience head to Brandon, the epitome of a picturesque New England town, and walk through the main street lined with mom and pop shops.
If you’re still not convinced that a Vermont vacation is right for you, check out some of the great accommodations and tours on RealAdventures.com. Get a good look at what Vermont is all about and begin planning your Vermont travels today!
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Killington, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - Enjoy walk- or ski-to-the-slopes convenience in the only lodging located at the base of Pico Mountain at Killington.
Shelburne, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - This hotel is located approximately eight miles from the Burlington International airport.
Middlebury, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - Combining New England design and decor such as its wrap-around porch and fireplace suites, with modern services and amenities the new Middlebury Courtyard
Rutland, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - The location of Killington Ski Resort near our Rutland hotel is a big reason why many guests stay with at this hotel, but there is much more to discover
Rutland, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - A four-season resort hotel close to the attractions of Killington and the mountains, in the heart of Vermont's second-largest city. Just 16 miles from
Stowe, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - The Ye Olde England Inne is located 32 miles from Burlington International Airport.
Middlebury, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - Since 1827 the historic Middlebury Inn has been welcoming guests from all over the world. With 70 beautifully- newly restored rooms- and small town customer
Jeffersonville, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - A quiet and relaxing log cabin resort on 360 acres with stunning views of Mt. Mansfield located just minutes from Stowe and Smugglers Notch. Our log cabins
White River Junction, Vermont Hotels & Resorts - The Holiday Inn Express Suites White River Junction was recently opened in September 2004, conveniently accessible to I-91 and I-89, approximately five
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