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About Central Vermont

Visiting Central Vermont

Vermont, nestled in the center of the New England region, boasts abundant, year-round beauty and points of interest for visitors of all ages. Visiting central Vermont offers family fun to fit virtually any style and agenda, including both indoor and outdoor activities. Explore central Vermont real estate rental options for your next vacation.

Areas within Central Vermont

Central Vermont includes vast countryside as well as developed urban areas, including the capital city of Montpelier. State parks, outdoor recreation areas, and the Green Mountain National Forest also lie within the central Vermont area. The cities of Rutland, Barre, Waterbury, Randolph, and Williamstown offer a variety of activities to appeal to both the young and the young at heart. The area offers many central Vermont rentals for vacationing families eager to take in the sights and sounds of the region.

Sightseeing in Central Vermont and Things to Do

  • Walking Tours: Almost nothing compares to exploring an area on foot to give you a first-hand feel and experience of your surroundings. Walking tours are available in the capital city, Montpelier, as well as Barre, Waterbury, and Waitsfield. Step out of central Vermont rentals to stroll through a walking tour. The walking tours are self-guided with brochures available to guide visitors along the streets of the cities to find local points of interest.
  • Barre Opera House: While you’re in the area, make plans to catch a performance at the Barre Opera House, located in downtown Barre. Performances range widely, including modern dance, women’s barbershop groups, folk music concerts, traditional Irish music, and even stand-up comedy.
  • Vermont State House: The Montpelier historic district features the Vermont State House, which is actually the third state house to occupy this location. Visitors can take a guided tour of the state house on a walk-in basis during the summer months and by appointment through the end of October. Many central Vermont real estate rental options are located in this vicinity.
  • Outdoor Recreation: Families that enjoy camping and outdoor recreation might enjoy visiting Limehurst Lake, just outside Williamstown. Visitors can enjoy beautiful hiking trails as well as fishing, boat rentals, swimming, and much more.
  • Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream Factory Tour: Anyone with a taste for cold and creamy ice cream might enjoy touring the Ben & Jerry’s factory in Waterbury. Family members of all ages can learn about the ice cream-making process while enjoying free samples during the guided tour. Save on the tour by purchasing a package deal.

Regional Foods and Dining in Central Vermont

The localization of the food industry has been very successful in Vermont, much more so than in other states. Visitors can take advantage of this trend and sample dishes from many independently owned eateries that feature locally sourced ingredients including, but not limited to, sustainably raised meat, produce, and dairy. Specialty and artisanal products are also widely accessible and support the ideals and culture of Vermont. The foodies of the family will also appreciate the variety of ethnic foods available; North American, European, Asian, Latin American, and various island cuisines are abundant.

Central Vermont Weather and Climate

The National Climatic Data Center divides VT into three distinct regions for climate, with central Vermont falling mostly within the Northeastern division. The average high temperature for central Vermont ranges between 52 and 55 degrees Fahrenheit, and average low temperatures are around 32 degrees. Thunderstorms frequent central Vermont during the summer, and winter months can bring freezing rain and snowstorms of five inches or more on several occasions.

When to Visit Central Vermont

  • Spring Spectacular: Once the land awakes and begins producing in the spring, farmers’ markets begin bustling with farmers selling their bounty. Central Vermont boasts a plethora of farmers’ markets throughout the region.
  • Savoring Summer: The fish are plentiful at the Roxbury Fish Hatchery, located south of Roxbury. Spend a summer day at this picturesque area featuring five ponds where the family can watch and feed fish.
  • Fantastic Fall: Cool and crisp autumn days are the ideal time to visit the Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury Center. Watch the cider-making process come alive in the press viewing room or witness honey bees in the Honey Corner observation hive.
  • Winter Wonders: The Green Mountains running through this region make it ideal for many types of winter sports, including downhill and cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowboarding, hiking, and sledding. The Millstone Hill Touring and Recreation Center, located in Websterville, boasts plenty of year-round outdoor activities for families. The company website provides online information about activities.
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