Does owning land in a beautiful, exciting state that offers outdoor recreation year-round, and fantastic cultural opportunities for all ages sound right up your alley? If so, this Vermont land for sale is the perfect opportunity for you to be part of one of the most dynamic states in the United States. Despite being one of the smallest states, Vermont makes up for its small size with a big personality and a commitment to the outdoors. With 52 state parks and exciting cities to visit, this small but mighty state has something to offer everyone.
There are plenty of things to do outside in Vermont, no matter the weather or season. Those who love the outdoors will enjoy exploring The Long Trail, the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the country! In the winter, with 6,090 acres of snowy terrain to explore, Vermont is perfect for snow boarders, skiers, and even snow tubing. Head to the Stowe Mountain Resort, a 4-star hotel that offers standard skiing and snow boarding, but also a freestyle park for more experienced riders who are looking to hit jumps, boxes, and rails. Other ski resorts include Killington and Sugarbush Resort, both of which are renowned places to ride down the slopes.
Museum lovers will find plenty of exciting exhibits and attractions to spark their interest. The Brattleboro Museum and Art Center has . Shelburne Museum has over 150,000 works in 39 exhibition buildings. You could easily spend an entire day walking around to each of these buildings viewing the photography, paintings, and even quilts exhibits. For history buffs, the American Precision Museum explores American manufacturing throughout history, sparking interest in inventors both young and old.
Vermont is filled with beautiful towns to visit and enjoy. Visit Chester for beautiful, charming, historic architecture and friendly people. Come back in the winter for its close proximity to Okemo Mount Resort for skiing and snowboarding. If you’re there during the spring, hit the greens and tee off for a great day of golf. Head to Grafton for a taste of Colonial America. Here you can stay at the Grafton Inn, which has been in operation since 1801. Wander along the classic New England streets and pop into local boutiques and art studios. For more of a city feel, head west to Burlington to explore the downtown area, located just blocks from Burlington Bay and Lake Champlain.
Vermont is no stranger to great tasting foods. All of the towns and cities are full of local restaurants cooking up terrific food. The state itself is home to both Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream and Cabot Creamery. If you’d like to get up close and personal with either of these longstanding food companies, you can visit them and get a tour of the factory’s.
No matter what you’re looking for, Vermont has it. When you own this Vermont land for sale, you will become part of one of the most charming states in the country. Covered bridges, mountain views, and fresh air will become daily experiences for you.