Most People Don’t Know These 18 Super Tiny Towns In Vermont Exist
As the state with the second lowest population in the country, as well as the smallest state capital by population (the only one with under 10,000 people), Vermont knows how to appreciate the small-town life. While you may have thought your town was tiny, you will be surprised how many communities are even more desolate and secluded. And I’m not even including all of the villages! Here are 18 incorporated tiny towns in Vermont that maintain a population below 300 people:
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There’s something about small towns in Vermont, isn’t there? Perhaps it’s because these microscopic towns are often some of the most charming towns in Vermont; their allure and mystique capture our attention and curiosity, along with their serenity and bucolic beauty.
Do you live in one of these tiny towns in Vermont? Or know anyone who lives there? Would you ever move to one of the smallest towns in Vermont?
The are many, many reasons to move to Vermont, and some of the more obvious reasons that come to mind first are access to pristine and nature spots and parks; organic and amazing produce, dairy, and bread; environmentally and socially aware residents; friendly locals and a relaxed and casual way of living life. The Green Mountain State is the perfect place to live if you like the small-town and rural lifestyle, excellent local food, and a healthy, beautiful, and natural landscape.
What are the most scenic towns in Vermont?
There are just so many scenic towns in Vermont to choose from that narrowing it down is quite tough. But with that said, the five most beautiful towns in Vermont are: 1. Manchester; 2. Woodstock; 3. Grafton; 4. Stowe; 5. Shelburne. Of course, there are many other scenic and great towns to visit. If you are still interested in finding more picturesque towns to explore in Vermont, check out the 17 most picturesque towns in Vermont.
What are the best hidden gem restaurants in Vermont?
If you are looking to expand your dining out experience in Vermont, these hidden gem restaurants throughout the state are a great place to start looking. Check out the list here of 11 wonderful and little-known restaurants in Vermont. For a quick summary of the list, restaurants on the list include the Black Sheep Bistro in Vergennes, Mad Taco in Waitsfield, Black Krim Tavern in Randolph, and many more. Check out the article for more hidden restaurants, information and opening hours about these ‘under the radar’ restaurants.