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.
Hop in the car and embark on a driving tour of the region’s historic covered bridges. Make a stop at the Hammond Covered Bridge, Cooley Covered Bridge, Gorham Covered Bridge, and Depot Covered Bridge. Stop along the way and grab a bite to eat at any of Pittsford’s eateries, including The Country House Restaurant. If you’re looking for a good sandwich on the go, we recommend Kamuda’s Country Market. The historic store, which opened its doors back in December 1939, is owned and operated by Brian Kamuda and his wife, Christine, who are the third generation to own the town market.
Pittsford offers an expansive trail network, providing residents and visitors recreational experiences throughout Vermont’s four seasons. Enjoy walking, bird watching, snowshoeing, hiking, and cross-country skiing through open fields, along rivers and waterfalls, and through dense woodlands. Pittsford is also home to a disc golf course adjacent to the recreation trails area off Furnace Road.
While You’re There
- Satisfy your sweet tooth and purchase some Vermont maple syrup at the New England Maple Museum
- Play a round of 18 at Proctor-Pittsford Country Club
- Explore with your family on Pittsford’s Recreation Trail Network
Meet Our Members in Pittsford
- Adaptive Martial Arts Association
- Bar Harbor Bank & Trust
- Barnard Funeral Home
- Carpenter & Costin
- Disaster Recovery Inc.
- Gagnon Lumber
- Kamuda’s Country Market
- Marcell Oil Company
- Markowski Excavation
- New England Kenworth
- Omya, Inc.
- Pittsford Automotive Center
- Proctor-Pittsford Country Club
- Rutland County Humane Society
- Town of Pittsford