Vermont green lodgings make your VT vacation environmentally friendly
Green lodgings in Vermont practice water and power conservation, recycle, use environmentally friendly cleaners, use native Vermont plants for landscaping, and do other practices to help protect VT's magnificent natural beauty.
511 Mountain Road
Stowe, VT, 05672
Stay where green means more than the majestic Mountains
This magnificent mountain resort in Stowe, VT features green practices that make it environmentally friendly for you and the region. 50 acres on site are a designated nature preserve planted and managed to attract wildlife. Guests can recycle all around the property, laundry detergents and water use is reduced when guests are willing to re-use their towels. You’ll find soap, lotion and shampoo products in refillable bulk dispensers. Most of the lighting uses either energy efficient fluorescent or LED bulbs. And the Colonial Cafe sources much of its food from local suppliers and farmers as a member of the “Vermont Fresh Network." Enjoy the great relaxation and outdoor recreation here knowing you’re also helping to keep this beautiful place green.
1 Clubhouse Road
Fairlee, VT, 05045
Another important amenity with your lakeside stay
In a state that prides itself on environmental awareness, Lake Morey Resort is committed to stewarding Vermont’s natural resources through the "Environmental Partner" standards promoted by the Vermont Small Business Development Center and the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. Starting with the environmental quality improvements throughout their operations they are achieving better resource efficiency, materials management, and handling. These include the recycling of plastic, tin, aluminum, cardboard, mixed paper and glass; composting food waste; employing earth friendly cleaning products, CFL lighting and dimmers, and an Ozonating laundry system; The Resort has installed Perfect flow shower heads and Perfect flush toilets in every guestroom.