Vermont February 16, 2017
Blink And You’ll Miss These 14 Teeny Tiny Towns In Vermont
The mountains and lakes might be big, but these tiny towns in VT are so small that you just might miss them if you blink. If you want to witness a true sense of community and visit a place where everybody knows your name, these tiny towns in VT will certainly fit the bill.
1. West Haven - population 264.
This picture perfect town in Rutland county is the perfect place for peace and quiet.
2. Peru - Population 375.
Originally known as Bromley, the town name was changed to Peru by the land grantees as a way of attracting land buyers to an area that had been described as 36 square miles of "trees and bears."
3. Walden - Population 782.
This community has no zip code of its own. Mail to Walden addresses is routed through the West Danville and East Hardwick post offices.
4. Woodford - Population 424.
Woodford's town center lies at an elevation of 2,215 feet above sea level, the highest of any town in the state of Vermont.
5. Guildhall - Population 261.
According to the sign in the town center, this is the only town in the world named Guildhall. The name derives from a meeting house on the square called the Guildhall.
6. Mount Tabor - population 255.
Nestled into the Green Mountain National Forest, many might miss Mount Tabor if they're not paying attention.
7. Stannard - Population 216.
This tiny town doesn't even have any paved roads!
8. Landgrove - Population 144.
There may not be many people in Landgrove, but there isn't a lot of space either. This town of 158 is only 9.1 square miles.
9. Granville - Population 303.
You don't want to blink and miss one of the most beautiful waterfalls in Vermont. Moss Glen Falls is even visible from the road!
10. Roxbury - Population 691.
Just looking at the Roxbury Free Library, you know this town is charming.
11. Granby - Population 88.
Granby, population 88, was one of the last two towns in Vermont to be linked to the electric grid in 1963.
12. Lemington - Population 104.
At just 104 people in the town, what Lemington lacks in people they certainly make up for in charm!
13. Brookline - Population 467.
Small town drama occurred in the 1800s when the round schoolhouse here was led by Dr. John Wilson, who was later unmasked as the infamous highwayman Captain Thunderbolt.
14. Somerset - Population 2.
This unincorporated township in Windham County had a population of 5 at the 2000 census, however, the updated number as of 2011 was just 2 people. There’s nothing like having a whole town to yourself!
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