Local Attractions

Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom has lots of great attractions.  Here are just a few that we’ve enjoyed.  We’ll be adding more.

Three Ponds serves local comfort food at the intersection of Joe’s Pond and the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail! Now open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and has a full bar.
LamoilleValeeyRailTral The Lamoille Valley rails to trails goes east for 15 miles to St. Johnsbury through beautiful countryside and 2 miles west to the end of the lake.  Some day it will go all the way across Vermont to Burlington.
dog-mtn3 Dog Mountain‘s centerpiece is a beautiful chapel devoted to dogs, surrounded by hiking trails with striking views.  All dogs are welcome.
CabotVistorCenter Just 5 miles away is Cabot Vermont, where you can tour the Cabot cheese factory  and test many more varieties than you find in stores.
FarmersMarket Farmers markets in Danville on Wednesdays and St. Johnsbury on Saturdays in the summer.  In the winter St. Johnsbury has an indoor farmer’s market twice a month.
BurkeLogo Burke Mountain is about a half hour away, with great skiing in the winter and mountain biking in the summer.