Central Vermont has attractions to keep the family busy indoors and out

In a state filled with stunning natural beauty and the handiwork work of a resilient people, attractions are everywhere you look. All year long, you can discover and explore covered bridges and quaint villages, factory and farm tours, and sugar works for all your maple desires. Homes and sites on the National Register of Historic Places are here, as are fascinating museums and galleries of every kind. In these beautiful mountains are resorts for luxury and family fun with comfortable accommodations, great food, and recreation. The changing seasons just make everything better.
Vermont Outdoor Guide Association
Vermont Outdoor Guide Association

P.O. Box 10 North Ferrisburg, VT, 05473 Phone: 802-425-6211 Toll-Free: 800-425-8747

For great outdoors adventure, from low-impact to the truly extreme use Vermont's most complete directory of outdoor services and adventure travel resources. Vermont’s beauty enhances every outdoor activity and will make your adventure vacation memorable. You will find listings of guide services for all activities along with support services, lodging, retail and rental equipment, travel information, adventure vacation packages, outdoor education and skill development programs, trails and waterways, youth programs, publications and maps, women's outdoor challenges, and Vermont's natural resources. Plan Ahead, Be Safe, Have Fun!
Killington Welcome Center - Photo Credit Killington VT Chamber of Commerce
Killington Welcome Center

2319 US Route 4 Killington, VT, 05751 Phone: 802-773-4181

Located in the Heart of Vermont with world class nightlife, amazing culinary options and a wealth of accommodation choices, Killington has it all! With a stunning mountain backdrop, Killington is beautiful in all of its summer greenery, its fireworks display of Autumn foliage, and of course, the winter white of snow capped peaks. Hiking, Golfing, Biking compliment the warmer months, while you wile away the winter wrapped up by the fire at a cozy B&B or cruising down the slopes of the East's biggest ski resort.