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.
Fall Mountain View - Wild Trails Farm - Springfield, VT
Wild Trails Farm

174 Ruusunen Road Springfield, VT, 05156 Phone: 802-875-2275

Solar- and geothermal-powered inn welcomes visitors to its picturesque environment

In the Green Mountain State, they take “going green” seriously. That’s definitely the case at Wild Trails Farm, an inviting, scenic bed-and-breakfast inn in the heart of Vermont. The six-room inn uses solar and geothermal power and maintains its lush, sprawling lawns with electrical equipment. Being responsible to the environment makes this private retreat on more than 470 acres of meadows, orchards, gardens and ponds even more welcoming. Enjoy cozy, comfortable rooms with valley and meadow views, well-appointed common rooms (including a pool table), a continental breakfast and activities from bocce ball and volleyball to just relaxing in the sauna or hammock. Pick and enjoy eating fruit from the orchard or berry area or vegetables fresh from the garden.
Stunning Lake is the Center - Lake Morey Resort - Fairlee, VT
Lake Morey Resort

1 Clubhouse Road Fairlee, VT, 05045 Phone: 802-333-4311 Toll-Free: 800-423-1211

Going green is a natural for this resort in the heart of the Green Mountains

At the Lake Morey Resort, they have made an enduring commitment to sustainability. Designated a Green Hotel by the Vermont Department of Environmental Conservation and the Vermont Small Business Development Center, the full-service lakeside resort boasts a strong environmental policy to reduce its impact on its majestic Green Mountains environment. There is resort-wide recycling of plastic, paper, glass and other materials, as well as the use of LED and CFL lighting and Earth-friendly cleaning products. Almost 20 tons of food waste are composted annually. In guest rooms, there are perfect-flush toilets, perfect-flow shower heads and a towel re-use program. Even the resort’s activities program includes a focus on green projects and the local ecology.
Trust for Public Land - Protecting Vermont's cherished trails one step at a time