for Kids of all ages…
The White River Golf Course, a nine hole course is only minutes away on Route 100. The scenery is picturesque, an easy walk. Other championship courses are in nearby Woodstock, Killington and Rutland.
The White River which courses through our valley offers brook and rainbow trout— a fly fisherman’s paradise.
To the north is Sugarbush and Middlebury Snow bowl, and to the south is Killington/Pico. For the cross-country enthusiast there are many areas with groomed trails to choose from – some with snow making ability.
Bordering one side of our entire valley lies the forever pristine Green Mountain National Forest — a walk on the logging trails offers an unforgettable and picturesque view of the beauty of nature.
In the early spring, strengthened by the melting snows, the White River picks up its maximum volume and speed, for those who want to challenge the “white water”. In the quieter summer months, water level permitting, a leisurely paddle downstream is an enchanting way to spend an entire afternoon. Try tubing down the river.
ANTIQUING & CRAFTS
In surrounding towns and villages antique shops abound. Crafts fairs held throughout the summer and fall show off many of Vermont’s fine artisans’ works.
Mountain and touring bike trails are many. You can choose from guided trail rides to discovering trails of your own, perhaps a picnic at a favorite spot. Check out Green Mountain Bikes.
Central Vermont is known for its many award-winning restaurants, which feature Vermont’s freshest produce prepared by some of the country’s finest chefs in settings from casual to elegant. Try The Huntington House, The Rochester Cafe, and The Village Porch.