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Where to Stay and What to Do in Vermont

If you are finding a peaceful place to stay in Vermont while you are on family tour or just with friends, Vermont Inn is one of the possible great selections. Vermont is in the northeast of the United States, and among all the States it ranked as the 2nd least populous and the 6th smallest area.

While visiting the state, tourists won’t be bored as their entire trip would be filled with numerous interesting activities to do within. Whether coming in summer or winter, boredom would be far beyond the imagination. In short, boredom has totally no place at all!

Some of the Suggested Activities in Vermont

  • Camping
  •  Climbing
  • Canoeing
  • Ice Skating
  • Horseback Riding
  • Fishing
  • Golfing
  • Hunting
  • Kayaking
  • Sailing
  • Snowboarding
  • Swimming
  • Scuba Diving
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Biking


This time that it is fall, tourists would be impressed with Vermont’s Fall Foliage–recognized as the world greatest foliage. People are coming to the place to witness the transition of the natural beauty of nature. Then, few months from now it will be winter, snowflakes will then start falling on the ground. A time to put on the thick jackets, winter boots, and other winter body essentials to keep the body warm and in good condition. Despite the coldness of the weather, yet the outdoor winter activities awaits for everyone to enjoy. To name a few, there is ice skating, snowboarding, downhill skiing, dog sledding, etc.

For people who love shopping? No worries, there are shopping centers and malls that would satisfy the shoppers need. Vermont has a lot of things to offer to their own people and to the tourists. So have you been to this wonderful place? Before my hair would turn gray I would like to take my family and have experience what Vermont has to offer. Accommodation won’t surely be an issue, as a smart traveler, plan and book ahead of time the plane tickets, hotel, etc.

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