Vermont April 13, 2018
10 Sleepy Small Towns In Vermont Where Things Never Seem To Change
Not all small towns are sleepy, especially when they hold an attraction such as a ski hill that brings hundreds of visitors on a daily basis. But there are some towns that are pure bliss if you’re looking for some peace and quiet and we simply love them. While the populations aren’t booming, you’re sure to find friendly faces and a community spirit in these sleepy small towns in VT.
You could probably fit all 109 residents of Searsburg in this picnic shelter!
With only 244 residents, Baltimore doesn't need a big building for their town office.
Less than 300 people live in Granville. It's worth a stop here to see Moss Glen Falls, which you can see right from the road.
Somerset had a whopping population of 5 people, but that was reported to have dropped in 2011. The views of the reservoir are breathtaking.
There is no place in the world like Guildhall. This may be due to the fact that there is no other town in the world with the same name!
With a population of 216, you won't find a lot of crowds in Stannard. You also won't find any paved roads in the whole town.
Only 88 people can call Granby home. It's sweeping mountain views are gorgeous. Fun fact: In 1963, Granby was one of the last two towns to be linked to the electric grid.
Perhaps the cold weather keeps people from coming to Bloomfield, but we think it's worth the trip. On December 30, 1933, Bloomfield set a record low temperature for New England with −50 °F. It may be cold, but we love it!
A charming covered bridge is reason enough to visit a quiet Vermont town. Here you'll find the Morgan Covered Bridge which was built in 1887.
A trip to Sudbury wouldn't be complete without taking a peek at the abandoned Hyde Manor. Nature is reclaiming this hotel which back in its day was a popular vacation spot for the wealthy.
If you enjoy sleepy small towns in VT where things never seem to change, you’ll want to check out Island Pond.
This Vermont town in the middle of nowhere is so worth the journey.