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Vermont Information

About Vermont

Situated in the country’s northeastern region is the scenic state of Vermont. The state’s capital is the city of Montpelier. Nicknamed “The Green Mountain State,” Vermont is one of the least populous states in the nation. As its name suggests, the state features an abundance of greenery and impressive mountains such as Stratton Mountain, Bread Loaf Mountain, and Glastenbury Mountain which are part of the Green Mountains. Moreover, Vermont is the United States’ only state that does not feature any buildings that stand taller than 124 feet.

Things to do in Vermont

Outdoor recreational activities abound in Vermont. The state is home to some of New England’s largest ski areas. A few notable ski resorts in the state include the Killington Mountain Resort & Ski Area, Sugarbush Resort, and Magic Mountain Ski Area. Marble and granite quarrying are popular pastimes in the towns of Barre and Rutland. In regard to animals, Vermont allows controlled hunting of wild turkeys, deer, moose, and black bear. Additionally, the state is ideal for ice and lake fishing as well as trout fishing.

Best cities to visit in Vermont

Vermont’s largest city is Burlington which was the first city in the nation to completely operate using only renewable energy. Burlington is known as a college town since it houses University of Vermont and Champlain College. The city also has a strong local music and arts community. Montpelier, the capital city, is another college-oriented hub with the New England Culinary Institute and Vermont College of Fine Arts. It features three city nature centers including the North Branch River Park and Mill Pond Park.

Best small towns in Vermont

As a result of being sparsely populated, the state of Vermont boasts numerous cozy small towns. In southern Vermont is Burlington, a historic town with the Bennington Battle Monument, the state’s tallest human-made construction. The landmark pays homage to the American Revolutionary War and marks the site of the Battle of Bennington. Another prominent town is Manchester. This town offers superb shopping centers with its many factory outlets. The Northshire Bookstore, a prominent independent bookstore, is nestled in Manchester as well.

Best lake vacations in Vermont

The most renowned lake in the state is Lake Champlain, a freshwater lake straddling the border between the U.S. and Canada. The largest Vermont city at Lake Champlain is Burlington. The lake has a number of islands which include South Hero Island and Isle La Motte. Along Lake Champlain are a few state parks like Sand Bar State Park in Milton and Button Bay State Park in Ferrisburgh. Another noteworthy freshwater lake is Lake Bomoseen. Nearby the western coast of Lake Bomoseen is the Bomoseen State Park situated in the Taconic Mountains.

Best National Parks in Vermont

The only national park in the state recognized by the U.S. National Park System is the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park. In addition to featuring picturesque scenery of hillsides and forests, the park has a working farm and heritage museum. A section of the over 2,000-mile-long Appalachian Trail also runs through the state.

Vacation Rentals in Vermont

Looking for a vacation rental in Vermont? Tripping.com has 9044 vacation rental homes available in Vermont. You'll find 58 studios, 3034 1-bedroom, 1623 2-bedroom and 4329 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $25 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.

The average price of a nightly rental in Vermont is $344 while the average price of a weekly rental is $3893. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a Vermont home is $5284.

Wondering if you can bring your dog or cat along with you? There are 2162 pet-friendly vacation rentals available in Vermont. In addition to accommodating pets, Vermont rentals offer a variety of amenities. In particular, 7766 rentals have Internet and WiFi, 7485 have TV and/or cable and 2601 have a pool or hot tub.

Search properties from 13 vacation rental sites in Vermont where the top providers in that area are HomeAway, Expedia, and TripAdvisor. There are 4863 HomeAway rentals, 1428 Expedia short term rentals and 1249 TripAdvisor vacation rentals.