If you’re looking for the perfect setting to unplug, unwind, and take a break from your day-to-day – i.e., go off grid for a few days (or a few months!), we may have just the place for you. There’s one small town in Vermont that’ll encourage you to say goodbye to technology and social media for a while: Woodstock, VT is the place to go to unplug. As one of the most historic and charming towns in the Green Mountain State, you’ll soon discover why living in Woodstock, Vermont is an ideal destination for living off the grid for a few days (or more)

To get started on your off-the-grid adventure in Woodstock, you’ll need to take US-4 East if you’re coming from Killington.

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Can you think of a way than living in Woodstock, Vermont, to tune out for while? Try it for yourself with a stay at this pond-side cabin just a few minutes outside of Woodstock. If you’re looking for more ideas for this type of destination, have a look at these remote locations in the Green Mountain State too.

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What are some of the best small towns in Vermont?

Known for is beauty and charm, Vermont seems to have countless small towns scattered throughout its tree covered hills and mountains. The next time you’re either looking for a small town getaway or are considering living off the grid in Vermont, consider some of the following towns:

  • The town of Stannard is so small, it doesn’t even have paved roads
  • Belvidere is right along the Long Trail
  • Guildhall may be small, but it’s name is big time – it’s the only town in the world with its name
  • Granby has less than 100 residents. How’s that for small?

To learn more about these and several other destinations, be sure to check out this article on small towns in Vermont.

Where are some of Vermont’s best kept secrets?

Vermont sure knows how to keep a secret. For a state small in size, there are dozens of hidden gems throughout The Green Mountain State you’ll want to take the time to explore. Some of these places include:

  • Allis State Park in Brookfield
  • The Norman Rockwell Exhibit in Arlington
  • Owl’s Head in Groton State Forest
  • The chapel at the Von Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe
  • Warren Falls in the Mad River Valley

For more information on these and several other destinations, check out this article on hidden places in Vermont.

What are some other hidden gems in Vermont?

If you’re still in search of more off the grid living in Vermont, how about start small by visiting one or more hidden gems in Vermont. Your itinerary can include places such as:

  • Moosalamoo National Recreation Area in Brandon
  • Hogback Mountain in Goshen
  • The town of Grafton
  • Osmore Pond in New Discovery State Park in Peacham
  • Mount Independence in Orwell