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253 South Main Street, Rutland, VT, US, 05701

  • Phone: (802) 773-3361
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  • Attractions

    »Wilson Castle

    The Proctor vicinity in the Vermont State of United States is bequeathed with a magnificent historical site in the form of the Wilson Castle. Presently, it functions as a house museum and has immense monumental value. It was erected in 1867 and is embellished with a wide array of the 19th Century architectural styles. One can witness a prominent existence of the Dutch neo-renaissance, Queen Anne, Scottish baronial, and the Romanesque Revival styles. It encompasses a massive 115 acres (0.47 square kilometers) of land cover and is swanked by 32 opulent rooms set on 3 stories. 

    2708 West Street
    Proctor, VT 05736

    »Killington Resort

    With the largest ski-able area of 752 acres (469 hectares) in the East, the Killington Resort is a good bet for skiing and winter sports enthusiasts. Located in the second highest mountain in the state, the resort boasts of a number of ski trails, for everyone from beginners to experts. The double black diamond trail of Outer Limits is probably the most popular, while there are other areas for snowboarding as well. The area also has over twenty ski lifts and a decent number of apres ski restaurants and bars, as well as a golf course.

    4763 Killington Road
    Killington, VT 05751

    »New Life Hiking Spa

    Accommodating 40 guests at a time, the award-winning New Life Hiking Spa in the Green Mountains of Vermont is "a nationally recognized, affordable fitness and weight loss destination" that was founded in 1978. All guest rooms have private baths, air conditioning, cable television, coffeemakers, hairdryers, DVD players, telephones, wireless Internet access, and voicemail.

    2617 Killington Road; P.O. Box 395
    Killington, Vermont 05751


    Formerly known as Sherburne, Killington is a scenic town located within the Rutland County. The town has ski resorts and golf courses and that is what attracts tourists from all over. Killington also offers a variety of activities like hiking, skiing and snowboarding. This village makes for an interesting and amazing weekend trip. For complete details, check website.

    Killington, VT 5751

    »Bomoseen State Park

    Located in Castleton in the Taconic Mountains, the 3,576-acre Bomoseen State Park features a campground with 66 wooded and grassy open sites, beach, several slate buildings and foundations and hiking trails. Seasonal activities that can be enjoyed by visitors include swimming, boating, and fishing.

    22 Cedar Mountain Road
    Rutland, Vermont 05743

    »Long Trail Brewing Company

    Visit the home of Vermont's #1 craft brew, Long Trail Ale. Just minutes from Killington, Okemo, or Woodstock. Serving award winning brews and delicious pub fare seven days a week.

    Junction of Route 4 & 100A Box 168
    Killington, Vermont 05035

    »Maple View Farm Alpacas

    Located on 100 scenic acres, they breed and sell high quality alpacas. Visit and learn about these gentle, intelligent creatures, then browse the farm store, which features products made from luxurious alpaca fiber.

    185 Adams Road
    Brandon, Vermont 05733

    »Green Mountain at Fox Run

    Nestled in Vermont's beautiful Green Mountains, it sits among 26 peaceful wooded acres overlooking Okemo Mountain. More than just another weight loss camp, Green Mountain at Fox Run is the country's foremost women-only healthy weight loss program. Their professional staff can help you lose weight in a safe, caring, supportive environment and transform your life. Their unique approach is based on a scientific understanding of how women's bodies work. Green Mountain offers walking and hiking trails, tennis, fitness center, swimming, workshop and conference rooms, golf and specialty classes.

    262 Fox Lane
    Ludlow, Vermont 05143

    »Thelma's Maple Sugarhouse

    Producing maple syrup from 900 taps yearly. Take a tour and enjoy maple syrup, cream, candy, jelly and sugar sold at the sugarhouse.

    1851 Arnold District Road
    Brandon, Vermont 05733

    »Fletcher Memorial Library

    Built in 1901, the structure has outstanding architecture. They offer public internet access and a youth library.

    88 Main Street
    Ludlow, Vermont 05149
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