Morrisville, VT is a charming village of about 2,000 residents. While the village might be tiny in size, there’s plenty to do if you’re looking for a change of scenery and a place to relax for a few days. If you’re curious to know more, read on to learn why Morrisville is a hidden gem in America that’s ideal for an unassuming weekend getaway in one of the best small towns in Vermont.

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After escaping to Morrisville for the weekend, take a look at these unassuming villages and towns for a getaway in Vermont for ideas of where to go on your next adventure. Make sure to follow the Facebook page of the Noyes House Museum for more information on this unique historic center.

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Best Small Towns In Vermont

Where Can I Find The Best Small Towns In Vermont?

The Green Mountain State is full of amazing small towns that make perfect weekend getaways, and these are three of our favorites besides Morrisville.

  • Woodstock is located in the southern part of Vermont, making it perfect for a day trip from several other states. This town of about 3,000 has a good mix of natural attractions and cultural ones. Sugarbrush Farm is home to farm animals, rows of maple trees, and one of Vermont's smallest churches. The rustic small town is also surrounded by a national historic park, a charming downtown, and even one of the state's most beautiful covered bridges.
  • Putney is located about 30 minutes outside of Keene, and this tiny town is a true gem in the wintertime. Sights like its roadside barn are even more beautiful when covered with snow, and its downtown sits alongside the water for some incredible views. So what to do when in town? A classic small-town diner is a favorite gathering spot, and the town is home to a rustic winery and a store specializing in maple products.
  • Franklin is one of the most remote areas of Vermont, spanning around 40 miles along the Canadian border. It's usually not much of a travel destination - until the weather gets hot. Then everyone's ready to head to Lake Carmi, the fourth largest lake in Vermont and one of the state's most beautiful spots. Spanning about 1,500 acres, it abuts a camping site so you can stay overnight at this popular spot for fishing, swimming, and kayaking. It's also located in a dog-friendly park, so Fido can come!