Vermont November 07, 2017
10 Underrated Vermont Towns That Deserve A Second Look
Hands down, the best part about Vermont is the people. And the people who live in these 10 underrated towns in VT make them simply awesome. If you’re looking to do something a little different, you should definitely check these places out.
In the warmer months the folks here enjoy the Warren Falls which is one of the best swimming holes you'll ever find. And in the winter months? Well, as you can see there are still some opportunities to splash around. Oh, and the Warren General Store has everything you could ever want, including a fantastic deli.
The Vermont Country Store is the crown jewel of this classic New England Town. Enjoy the artisans, dining and architecture of this lovely little place.
Brandon is called the "Art and Soul" Village of Vermont and here you’ll find galleries, shopping, a history museum, restaurants, farmers markets, outdoor concerts and much more. Looking for some outdoor adventure too? Check out the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area for some of the best hiking and biking around.
4. South Hero
Most people think of the beautiful beaches on the island of South Hero, but there is so much more to see and do here. Take a look for the mini castles as well as hundreds of colorful birdhouses within.
You'll never run out of things to do in this cool place. From the shopping to the dining to the picture perfect scenery, it's time to plan a day trip if you've never been here. Get ready to fall in love!
The there are three major attractions you'll want to see while checking out Shelburne: The Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Farms and the Vermont Teddy Bear Company. All are totally worth the visit.
The natural beauty and funky vibe have people loving this little place in the Mad River Valley. Skiing in the winter, hiking and biking in the summer and one of the best farmers markets in Vermont put this awesome town on our list.
8. Island Pond
Some may consider this rural town to be in the middle of nowhere, so why not take a trip here to get away from it all? Strolling around this quintessential town is gorgeous, the scenery stunning and the people friendly and welcoming.
Chester is well known for its spectacular stone houses, but there is so much more to this charming town. If you're looking for a place with old fashioned charm along with delicious dining options, you've found it here.
We just love the vibrant green of Emerald Lake, the all in one general store and jumping into the quarry in the sunny weather all make Dorset a cooler than cool place to be.
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