Here in the central portion of the State of Vermont is offered a quality of life on par with no others. This is a pastoral, rural, and an aesthetically pleasing, as well as rugged living environment. We have dramatic mountains and rolling pastures. The main thoroughfares are Rts, 7, 100, 4 and 73. All are wonderful touring roads. Rt 100 being one of the most beautiful scenic roadways Central Vermont as well as the entire state has to offer.
Vermont Farmhouses, chalets and contemporary housing are dotted all around. You will even find some domes and other unique structures. A great mix of all walks-of-life enjoy the Vermont Lifestyle. There is the wonderful Lakes region, many ski areas, downhill and cross country. Fine dining and outdoor recreation The State’s capitol is located in Montpelier. Some of this area’s attractions are: Cider Mill Tour , Grand View Winery ,Ben and Jerry’s Tour ,Waterbury Reservoir, Village Market Place , Military Museum. Ski Areas , Vermont State House , Vt Historical Society, USS Montpelier Museum, Wood Art Gallery, Lost Nation Theater, Wrightsville Beach ,Morse Sugarhouse, Bragg Sugarhouse , Covered Bridges , Norwich U. Museum , E.F. Knapp Airport , Granite Quarries , Craftsmen Center , Thunder Road , Hope Cemetery , Barre Opera House , Granite Sculptures , Vt Granite Museum , Antique/Craft Shops , Spider Web Farm , Limehurst Lake , Floating Bridge , Fish Hatchery , Cabot Factory Tour . Historic Downtown Walking Tours , Outdoor Recreation Guide , for your enjoyment. Other less obvious attractions are being able to do nothing if one likes…simply to sit and enjoy the peace and quiet Central Vermont has to offer.
Wonderful Autumn Foliage is a great time to visit Central Vt. The Great Maple trees provide some of the most vibrant and shapely trees to gaze at on super backdrops of the mountainsides and ridges themselves. Very dramatic !
Some of the towns in Central Vermont are: Barre City, Barre Town, Berlin, Cabot, Calais, Duxbury, East Montpelier, Fayston, Marshfield, Middlesex, Montpelier, Moretown, Northfield, Orange, Plainfield, Roxbury, Waterbury, Waitsfield, Warren, Washington, Williamstown.
So whether you want to hike, swim, boat, ski, paint, fish, hunt, or go camping, there is always plenty to do for outdoor activities. Antiquing and History buffs will find plenty to keep them busy as well.