Vermont November 22, 2017
Here Are The 10 Coolest Small Towns In Vermont You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
It’s said that everyone has a story to tell, and the same goes for these places. These spots are some of the coolest small towns in VT, and they all have their own uniqueness about them. Let’s check them out!
1. South Londonderry
This town has classic Vermont charm, but the real hidden gem here is SoLo Farm and Table. This restaurant is out of this world delicious!
You'd better bundle up if you're heading to Bloomfield! On December 30, 1933, Bloomfield set a record low temperature for New England with −50 °F, a record tied along the Big Black River, Maine, on January 16, 2009. Brrrrr!
Having breakfast at Sugar & Spice alone will make finding this town well worth the trip.
You'll never find a place like Guildhall. Literally! According to a large sign in the town center, it is the only town in the world so named.
Head to Goshen for some perfectly charming architecture and friendly folks.
We thought we'd show you where Lewis is, since you don't know anyone who lives there. How can we be so sure? Well, the town's population has been 0 since 1910! It declined from a whopping 8 residents in 1900.
You'd think that people would flock to the town of Somerset because of all it's natural beauty. However, only 3 people call Somerset "home."
Between the Texas Falls and the Middlebury Gap, Hancock is a wonderful place to enjoy the great outdoors.
Over the river and through the woods to the Morgan Covered Bridge in Belvedere. This small town of less than 300 people in Lamoile County is absolutely beautiful.
Woodford's town center lies at an elevation of 2,215 feet above sea level, which is the highest of any town in the state of Vermont.
If you love exploring the coolest towns in VT, be sure to set aside a whole day to check out
this small town in Vermont that’s one of the coolest in the U.S.