Travel Information & Things to Do
We strongly encourage you to book travel arrangements well in advance of September. Early autumn is a beautiful time in Vermont that also attracts an influx of tourists, a.k.a. "leaf-peepers".
We are making a list of recommendations for transit, accomodations, and things to do in the area - check for updates soon.
Where to stay?
You might also consider lodging in any of the towns located along U.S. Route 4 in Vermont, including Rutland, Killington, Bridgewater, Woodstock, Quechee, and White River Junction. Many national hotel chains have locations in either Rutland or the White River Junction Area. There are also many lodges associated with the nearby Killington Ski-Resort.
Some of our other recommendations would be:
Transit to Vermont?
It will be easiest to get around Vermont if you have a car. Rental cars are available locally in Rutland, VT and White River Junction, VT (also in nearby Lebanon, NH). The Long Trail Brewery is located on the Ottauquechee River in Bridgewater Corners, VT along U.S. Route 4. If you are driving up from the south you could opt to take Vermont's scenic route 100.
There is an Amtrak train station located in Rutland, VT with service from New York City (passing through Albany). There is another Amtrak train station located in White River Junction, VT with service originating in Washington, DC and also passing through New York City.
There is bus service to Lebanon, NH from Dartmouth Coach originating in Boston (Logan airport or South Station) and New York City (near Grand Central).
If you are flying in, the closest major airports are Boston, Burlington, Albany, or New York City. There may be connecting flights available through Cape Air from Boston to the smaller local airports at Rutland, VT or Lebanon, NH.
You can access the area on foot via the Appalachain/Long Trail.
Things to do in the area?
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