Vermont Vacation Planning Guide
| Winter 2013-2014 | Fall 2013 |
Biking In Vermont: Bicycling is a great way to enjoy Vermont during the warmer months, and it is one of the most popular things to do here. Touring and Mountain Biking are the most popular forms of biking in Vermont. There are also tons of Recreational Bike Paths for those of us who prefer pedaling along a shoreline or on flatter terrain. Info
Camping & Campground Info: Camping in Vermont means pitching a tent in the National Forest or in a Vermont State Park - Or... parking anything from a Pop-Up Trailer to a Bus-Size Motor Home [Complete with Satellite Dish] in a private campground with a pool and rec hall. Check out Camping in the Green Mountain State.
Looking To Rent A Vacation Home In Vermont For This Coming Summer? Now Is The Time To Book It! A rental is the perfect choice for families or for friends vacationing together. This is the place to find it! Short-Term or Long-Term, Home or Condo - they're all here! on our Vacation Home Rentals Pages!
Canoeing and Kayaking In Vermont? 800 Lakes and Ponds, and Countless Rivers! Kayaking and canoeing is a way of life here in the Green Mountain State during the warmer months! You can Rent 'em, Buy 'em, Take A Guided Tour or put your own in the water in any one of approximately 180 Public Access Areas. Take it from those who live here, there's nothing more pleasant to do on a sunny day in Vermont!
Hiking & BAckpacking: Plan A Day Hike, Overnight, or Hike The Long Trail? There's no place more beautiful to hike than in Vermont! Nor is there a more pleasant place to hike. During spring and fall you'll experience comfortable days, cool nights, crystal-clear skies, and plenty of sources for water! Suggested Hikes, Degrees of Difficulty, Maps, Guidebooks... They're all here. Enjoy!
Tour Vermont's Scenic Route 100.. Appropriately referred to as "One of The Most Beautiful Roads In America!" There's lots to do along the way. Travel a section of it, or the entire route. You'll travel through numerous picture-book towns and villages while bordering our famed Green Mountains. Stop and explore everything from Country Stores and Covered Bridges... to places such as Cider Mills and Sugarhouses. You'll also border some truly beautiful river valleys and places like the waterfalls in The Great Gulf Wilderness... Climb Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest mountain! Your choices are endless, as are the places to stay. Stop for lunch at an eatery, or pick up a grinder at a country store. In short, the beauty you'll experience will knock your socks off! Details are just a click away. Enjoy!
Transportation Info: Maps, Amtrak, Vermont Airport Information, Airlines Serving Vermont, Interstate Bus Service, Public Airports & Pilot Information,
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