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Visit Vermont: go glamping

Go glamping and visit Vermont to see the true definition of a New England country getaway. Vermont is a state in the northeastern United States, mostly known for its outdoor landscapes, as the majority of its land is forested. The state is also a major maply syrup producer as well as known for its many covered wooden bridges that date back to the 19th-century. Thousands of acres in Vermont are mountain terrain and crisscrossed with hiking trails and ski slopes. Vermont is home to the Green Mountains, with miles of hiking trails, including the Long Trail that runs from Massachusetts to Canada, and prime opportunities to see the leaves change color in fall. In the north, on the border with New York, is Burlington, another popular tourist destination, and Lake Champlain. Lake Champlain and the hundreds of other smaller lakes in this region are popular spots for boating, kayaking, fishing, camping, and more! Cities include Montpelier, the capital, and Burlington, the home of the University of Vermont, while the state is dotted with craft breweries, creameries with Vermont's signature sharp cheddar, and other small-batch distilleries. So, check out Vermont vacation rentals and start planning your glamping getaway in Vermont today!

Best things to do in Vermont

A glamping getaway is meant to get you outside and moving and Vermont is no exception. One of the best things about Vermont is all the different opportunities for outdoor recreation. Learn about all the best things to do in Vermont here! Hiking is a very popular pastime in the state, with hundreds of miles of back roads and country lanes to explore. Popular places to hike include Mount Mansfield and the Long Trail, Mt. Pisgah and the North and South Trail, Hamilton Falls, Camel's Hump, and of course, the Long Trail portion that runs through Vermont. Another great summertime activity is water sports. Visit Lake Champlain, Lake Bomoseen, Lake Dunmore, and many more to participate in activities like stand-up paddleboarding, fishing, kayaking, boating, and more!

Come winter, swap out your hiking boots for your ski poles and hit the slopes in a whole new way! Vermont is an important place for winter sports in the U.S. It is home to America's first alpine ski tow, in Woodstock, the first chairlift, on Mt. Mansfield, and the first Nordic ski center at the Trapp Family Lodge, and the first ski academy at Burke Mountain! Nowadays, Vermont is a true winter destination, with 20 ski resorts, 30 cross-country touring centers, over 1,000 ski trails, over 150 ski lifts, with 7,300 acres of alpine terrain. No visit to Vermont in the winter would be complete without visiting the Stowe, Vermont resort, Killington Ski Area, Smuggler's Notch Resort, or Sugarbush Resort. From beginners to the most experienced skier, Vermont has the perfect trail for everyone! Check out all our Vermont cabin rentals and other accommodations near these Vermont ski resorts.

Vermont tourist attractions

Apart from the great outdoors, which we can all agree is Vermont's shining attraction, there are many other tourist attractions in the state. A weekend getaway in Vermont could just as easily include visits to art galleries, 19th-century covered bridges, fairs, and museums as it could hiking and kayaking. Visit historic sites from the period of early settlement or from the Revolutionary War, or museums like the Vermont History Museum or Chimney Point State Historic Site; top off your glamping trip with a visit to one of many fairs. The Champlain Valley Fair, Vermont State Fair, and Tunbridge Fair are our three favorites, but there are many other fairs to pick from! Visit Vermont and check out the different Vermont places to visit and things to see near our glamping rentals!

Vermont weather

From state fairs to museums, winter wonderland ski resorts to verdant green summer hiking trails, Vermont is an all-encompassing vacation destination and the best time to visit Vermont really depends on what you want to do. Most visitors come from December through March for skiing and June through August for hiking and other outdoor recreation. Vermont's winters are colder, with temperatures between 17° and 40°F (-8 to 4°C) with good precipitation. Summers are warm and humid and tend to say around 80°F (around 26°C).