15 Abandoned Places In Vermont That Nature Is Reclaiming
If you’re from Vermont, you know that there are tons of rustic houses, buildings and old shops that have either been left to decay or forgotten about. Here are some interesting (yet spooky) abandoned places in Vermont that nature has begun to take over. You can drive past some of these creepy places in Vermont, but we don’t suggest hunting them down for an actual visit. Admire the haunting character of each photo and let your imagination do the work of what may have happened at these abandoned places in Vermont.
We’re aware that these uncertain times are limiting many aspects of life as we all practice social and physical distancing. While we’re continuing to feature destinations that make our state wonderful, we don’t expect or encourage you to go check them out immediately. We believe that supporting local attractions is important now more than ever and we hope our articles inspire your future adventures! And on that note, please nominate your favorite local business that could use some love right now: https://www.onlyinyourstate.com/nominate/
While some of these may creep you out and send you running in the other direction, others have developed a true sense of beauty from the impact of nature and weather.
Have you discovered any abandoned places in Vermont lately that caught your eye? What other interesting places to visit in Vermont can you think of? Share your thoughts and inquiries with us and post your pictures in the comments!
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abandoned places in Vermont
July 01, 2020
What are the scariest haunted attractions in Vermont?
We all love a bit of adrenaline in our lives, and one way to get this rush is to visit some of Vermont’s ghost-haunted and eerie attractions. Emily’s bridge, a bridge that is supposedly haunted by Emily’s ghost, is one of the most talked about haunted places in Vermont. The story goes that Emily died a gruesome death at the bridge and now her spirit haunts those who traverse the bridge. Additionally, Eddy House in Chittendon is a reportedly haunted attraction in Vermont. The house and the family have a long history of strange and spooky behavior, full of ghosts, haunted rooms, and a terrifying family history. Visit these places at your own risk…you’ve been warned.
Are there other creepy and eerie towns in Vermont?
Yes, there are! The two small towns of Lewiston and Somerset in Vermont both boast an eerie history of ghosts and horror. And perhaps the most famous town in Vermont for having ghosts and spirits is Stowe. According to local legend, several ghost stories have been known to wander through this resort town in the Green Mountains. If you are looking for more scary and abandoned places in Vermont, take a look at this article HERE of 17 scary places that will haunt your dreams. Happy haunted adventures!
What are the best road trips in Vermont?
With the Green Mountains, pristine lakes and rivers, and twisting and winding roads, Vermont contains many tremendous road trip options throughout the state. Vermont Route 100 is considered by many to be the most scenic route in all of Vermont. This drive will guide you through the picturesque towns of Stockbridge, Warren, Waterbury, and Stowe, among others. Another beautiful mini road trip is the two-hour drive through the Notch of Mt. Mansfield along Vermont Route 108 from Stowe to Jeffersonville.