Have you heard of Route 4 Vermont? This 15-mile drive in Vermont showcases a massive gorge and a stunningly beautiful small town in Vermont. If you are looking for short scenic drives in Vermont you can make into a day trip, this has to be right up there on any list of must-see places in Vermont. Let’s take a look at this short and rewarding drive in Vermont. Read on to discover why it’s one of the very best drives in Vermont!

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Woodstock is such a charming small town that many popular vloggers have paid it a visit. Check out this YouTube video from James and Meg, posted in early 2023, as they take you through this amazing local gem.

Have you visited Woodstock and the Quechee Gorge? What are your favorite things do to in Woodstock? We look forward to hearing your thoughts and responses. Let us know and leave a comment below.

Check out this article on Woodstock to learn more about this incredibly enchanting town. And check out the Quechee Gorge, Vermont’s little Grand Canyon, to learn much more about visiting the gorge and things to do, including hikes, camping information, around and in the gorge. If you’re looking to make a multi-day adventure out of it, why not spend it in the lap of luxury with a night’s stay at the famous Woodstock Inn & Resort?

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  • The New England Maple Museum is a must-visit attraction for anyone who loves the sweet stuff! Vermont is known for its maple syrup, and this small Pittsford museum has a large collection of artifacts dating back to the earliest days of sap collecting in the state. It also has a gift shop that sells maple candy, maple-flavored donuts, and of course little bottles of the famous syrup to take back for your next plate of pancakes!
  • Bravo Zulu Lakeside Bar is the most unusual sight around - a tropical pirate bar in the middle of Vermont! Bordering Lake Champlain, this waterfront restaurant has a small ship outside, and serves a crowd-pleasing menu of lobster rolls, burgers, and other all-American treats. Open seven days a week during its operating season, it's also gained a big audience for its sweet frozen drinks.
  • Half Moon Pond State Park might be the most underrated camping spot in Vermont, located in Hubbardton and surrounded by forest. Its campsite has fifty spots and is open until the beginning of October. This is a great place for anyone who wants to enjoy peaceful nature, and the beautiful blue pond is popular with those who want to go kayaking or canoeing.
  • Kill Kare State Park is one of Vermont's smallest state parks, and is only open from May till September. This park originally used to serve as a summer camp for boys, but now it's open to everyone. It's on the banks of Lake Champlain, and even has a small museum on the grounds!