Strawberry picking in Vermont season is always one of the best times to get outside in the Green Mountain State. There is nothing quite like the taste of a berry right off the vine. Here are some farms in Vermont that have been family favorites for years. 

What is your favorite place to visit during VT strawberry season? Tell us in the comments!

If you’ve worked up an appetite for a meal at one of the VT farms, grab a bite to eat at one of these bucket list restaurants in VT.

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What's the most beautiful hike in Vermont?

Being as though there are almost 4.6 million acres of forest to go around, there is definitely a lot of hiking in Vermont. One of the most beautiful is Camel’s Hump in Duxbury. It’s a six-mile out-and-back trail and will take you to the third highest peak in Vermont with various additional extraordinary views of the mountains and state. If you want to see the Green Mountain State’s very highest peak, Mount Mansfield, take the 4.2-mile out-and-back trail to Mount Hunger. This one is a bit challenging as Mount Hunger sits at 3,538 feet, but it’s definitely worth it once you get those all-encompassing views. Oh, and there are also some waterfalls and even a swimming hole to jump into along the way!

What are the best outdoor adventures in Vermont?

While there aren’t any national parks in Vermont, there is Green Mountain National Forest. This forest consists of over 400,000 acres of forest land chock full of adventures and native wildlife like moose, black bears, and wild turkeys. There are more than 600 miles of trails for hiking, and you can also bike, camp, fish, and hunt here. It really is the ultimate outdoor adventure in central and southwest Vermont.

What are the best farms to visit in Vermont?

There are over 6,500 farms in Vermont and many of them you can visit for the day! At Shelburne Farms in Chittenden County, you can stop in and explore the land, learn about their farming techniques, and even enjoy cheese tasting. Over in Woodstock, there is the Billings Farm and Museum. This is an awesome spot for kids (and even us big kids!), as they offer everything from camps to sheep shearing classes to wagon rides. There are also countless special events held here throughout the year!

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