Heading to the middle of Vermont today. This will be the final bucket list post for a bit as we take a trip of our own next week to Kansas City and will have things to report on when we return!
- Chminey Point State-Owned Historic Site: Historic site located along a peninsula that juts into Lake Champlain.
- Bartlett Falls: Small block waterfall with a swimming hole.
- Cabot Creamery Visitors Center: Come taste this famous Vermont cheddar cheese.
- Camel’s Hump State Park: Enjoy several hiking trails around this mountain.
- Button Bay State Park: Park located on the shores of Lake Champlain.
- Moss Glen Falls: Beautiful waterfall just off the road.
- Kettle Pond State Park: Camp in this wooded area with trails near the pond.
- Hubbardton Battlefield State Historic Site: Site of the only Revolutionary War battle fought entirely on Vermont soil.
- Gifford Woods State Park: Hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail in this park.
- Vermont Statehouse: Tour the seat of Vermont’s government.
- Montshire Museum of Science: Hands on science museum with over 100 exhibits.
- Mount Independence State Historic Site: Played a major role in the Revolutionary War.
- New England Maple Museum: Explore the world of maple syrup.
- Coolidge State Park: Enjoy sweeping mountain valley views from this park.
- President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site: Visit the childhood home of President Calvin Coolidge.
- Vermont Marble Museum: Explore the history of this marble stone factory.
- Quechee State Park: Beautiful park that looks over a gorge area.
- VINS Nature Center: Take in their fun forest canopy walk.
- Joseph Smith Birthplace Memorial Historic Site: Birthplace of the founder of the Mormon faith.
- Lake Champlain Maritime Museum: Learn the history of Lake Champlain.
- Madsonian Museum of Industrial Design: Explores how the industrial worlds as evolved over time.
- Warren Falls: Short path leads to step falls.
- Ben and Jerry’s Factory: Explore the history of this famous ice cream brand.
- Wilgus State Park: Hike the Pinnacle Trail along the Connecticut River.
- American Precision Museum: Birthplace of the precision tool industry.
- Mount Ascutney State Park: One of Vermont’s first state parks, this park offers sweeping mountain views.
- Old Constitution House State Historic Site: Birthplace of the Republic of Vermont and the state constitution.
- Blake Falls: Gorgeous waterfall off of a reservoir.
All attractions found in the 2020 Vermont Summer/Fall Vacation Guide.