Vermont's Northern region
is a study in contrasts. To the west, the city of Burlington and its environs are growing almost daily. A few kilometers south of Burlington the Champlain Valley opens up to fertile farmland and affords stunning views of the mighty Adirondacks
across the lake. To the Northeast the sparsely populated and forested region dubbed “the Northeast Kingdom”
is the domain of farmers, loggers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. Montpelier
the capital of Vermont is close to the state’s highest mountain, Mt Mansfield site of the famous Stowe Ski Resort
. The region welcomes travellers to its many exciting and pleasant community’s. Warm and welcoming places like Newport, Shelburne
, and St Albans
. All of which offers an array of vacation rentals, condo rentals and other types of accommodations for the single traveller, weekenders, or the vacationing family.
The region supports a thriving arts and culture scene where tourists and locals alike can enjoy outdoor concerts, theatre, art galleries as well as a variety of local shows and fairs. Northern Vermont is home to St. Anne’s Shrine
in Isle La Motte, the Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium
is St Johnsbury, the Vermont Ski Museum in Stow and a great deal more. If the outdoors is more to your liking and you want to spend a little time in Canada
, Newport is a gateway to Canada and lies on the southern shore of Lake Memphremagog. Visitors can pursue many year round outdoor activities, including biking, alpine skiing, hiking, canoeing, and cross country skiing. After a day of outdoor adventure returning to your condo rental, vacation rental or hotel accommodation, it will feel like you are coming home.
Set between the Green Mountains and the Connecticut River is Northern Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom
. The area offers breathtaking scenery, great dining, Agritourism, winter sports, and outstanding accommodation and lodging, including a myriad of cabins, cottages and vacation rentals. The Northeast Kingdom is revered by locals and visitors alike for its beautiful countryside, abundant natural resources and traditional lifestyle.
For the visitor looking for the more urban experience discover Newport
, take in the summer concerts on the waterfront, stroll from your vacation rental through the park, bask in the majestic sunsets over the lake or take a motorboat to Canada for dinner. Explore Burlington’s main street, filled with wonderful restaurants, nightclubs, art galleries and the Church Street Marketplace bursting of trendy shops and cafes. On the shores of Lake Champlain beneath the towering Adirondacks Burlington’s
thriving waterfront is filled with folks walking along it recreation path or skimming the waves in sailboats and motor craft.
Spend time in Greensboro
, tucked along the southern shore of Caspian Lake. Stroll from your accommodations through the town that has been a summer resort for literati, academics and old money for more than a century. No matter where you plan to spend your time in Northern Vermont, you will be enchanted with the countryside, the towns and the people.