is the only New England state that does not border the Atlantic. Just over 9600 square miles it is the 45th largest state. Finding accommodations around the state is easy with the many resorts and towns in the state offering vacation rentals, condo rentals, hotels, and lodging of all kinds. Montpelier
, the state capital, is hidden in a tangle of wilderness and perched on the edges of the Winooski and North Branch Rivers
. With a population of eight thousand is one of the smallest state capitals in the country. The city offers great entertainment and if you’re looking for a meal at one of the many new farm to table restaurants, an art house or live music, Montpelier has it all.
The largest city in Vermont is Burlington
. Join the millions of visitors each year and see why this lakeside city is a seamless blend of sophistication and breathtaking natural beauty. Whether on a romantic getaway or a relaxing family vacation, you can find a vacation rental, condo rental or other accommodation that lets you feel and enjoy the heart of this great city. It is the perfect mix of everything the discerning visitor is looking for in a vacation destination. Spend a day strolling through the designer boutiques, antique and craft shops
or stop into one of the world class restaurants, cafes or coffee shops. At night sip a local brew, hit the dance floor or just listen to the music. Burlington is old and new, funky and hip, graceful and cultured. Find a vacation rental or accommodation along the shore of Lake Champlain
and spend your days sailing or boating on the water.
If you have a passion for the outdoors Vermont is the place to be. In the fall Mother Nature displays her spectacular fall colours in an abundance rarely seen anywhere else. From one of the many vacation rentals you can drive through the forests and see the breathtaking display up close. Places like the Trapp Family Lodge Outdoor Center
is a year round, 2500 acre, mecca for the outdoor enthusiast with skiing, and snowshoeing, mountain biking, hiking and much more. Visitors to Smugglers Notch State Park
can hike along a narrow walking path that passes through thousand foot cliffs on what was once a smuggling route to Canada
. You can hike, bike, go rock climbing or picnic.
Vermont lays claim to several first class resorts including Stowe Mountain Resort
. This classic Vermont ski resort offers skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing
and more. Vermont boasts a little bit of everything, and with accommodations for visitors of all kinds, it is a natural choice for people of all walks of life. Or journey to the communities of St Johnsbury, Shelburne
, Battleboro or Quechee and sample some of the local attractions, museums, shops and restaurants just waiting for you. A beautiful, rich, and colorful region, the State of Vermont is waiting for you.