These 14 Towns In Vermont Have The Strangest Names You'll Ever See
As a small state with few towns in the first place, we like to keep things interesting and memorable. So go ahead and have a good laugh when you throw a non-Vermonter for a loop and tell them you live in Moscow, but Egypt is only a short car ride away. While you’re on your next road trip, be sure to keep an eye out for these hilarious and strange town names in Vermont.
Do they send you to Satan’s Kingdom after visiting Killington? Probably not. But you never know what could happen after a visit to Ticklenaked Pond…
Are there any other bizarre places you’d add to this list? What are some quirky places in Vermont that you’ve visited? Share with us your thoughts and Vermont trivia by leaving a comment below.
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Is Vermont a great place to live?
The answer has to be a resounding YES. Not only does Vermont have beautiful landscapes and endless nature spots to discover, but the Green Mountain State also has excellent food, safe cities, great schools, and friendly locals and down-to-earth people. Vermont is also an environmentally aware place that focuses on healthy living styles and social and environmental awareness, which all makes Vermont a welcoming and prosperous place for everyone.
What is the most scenic town in Vermont?
Giving an answer to this question is a challenge for there are just so many gorgeous towns in Vermont to choose from. Whichever towns are given as an answer will no doubt disappoint some while flatter others. But with that stated, here are our picks for the most scenic towns in Vermont: 1. Manchester; 2. Woodstock; 3. Grafton; 4. Stowe; 5. Shelburne. Of course, there are many other scenic and worthy towns to visit. If you are still interested in finding more picturesque towns in Vermont, check out the 17 most picturesque towns in Vermont.
What are the most unique towns in Vermont?
Montpelier, our state capital, is a very interesting and unique city in Vermont. In fact, Montpelier is the smallest U.S. capital city with roughly 8,000 inhabitants. The city is also fascinating due to its small-town charm, lack of big box stores, and position. Another unique town in Vermont is Barre. With granite quarries and odd marble statues, this place is particularly unordinary. The city is also composed of four small unincorporated areas. For more information about the interesting town of Barre, check out this article here.