The Town of Killington is a small mountain community that embodies the “work hard, play hard” mentality.
The town of Chittenden is unspoiled. Home to one small country store and no stoplights, Chittenden is idyllic and provides the perfect backdrop for those looking to disconnect and get lost in nature.
The southern-most towns of Rutland County are the quintessential Vermont playground – home to mountain peaks perfect for hiking and rolling hills draped in the bright yellows, greens, and reds of fall foliage this time of year.
Affectionately known as the Sunshine Village, the Town of Pittsford is conveniently located between Rutland and Middlebury. Situated along Otter Creek, Pittsford is home to abundant wildlife, rolling hills, and working farms.
Benson and West Haven are small towns located in the northwestern corner of Rutland County.
Like many small towns in Vermont, West Rutland offers a perfect blend of opportunities to connect with nature and a bounty of ways to tap into your artistic side.
Located just seven miles from the border of New York and Vermont, the Town of Castleton provides a small-town feel with the convenience of a bigger city.
Brandon, in many ways, offers the best of both worlds. It has Vermont’s signature rural charm, with rolling hills and an abundance of recreational opportunities, while also being home to a vibrant downtown community.
Pawlet is a picturesque small Vermont town with lots of charm.
Nestled along the Taconic Mountain Ranges are Wallingford and Tinmouth. Both towns offer quaint Vermont charm with a variety of outdoor activities.
Poultney is a quaint and picturesque town in southwestern Rutland County. The town is located in the slate valley and has found a way to preserve its historic charm and values while embracing modern life. Visitors should plan to spend some time in Poultney’s downtown, which is home to several shops and restaurants. Meander […]
Quiet. Unbothered. Untouched. These are just a few words to describe the towns of Shrewsbury & Mount Holly.