Thinking about spending the summer with us? We love Vermont in every season, but summer in the Green Mountains is hard to beat. Lush, green summer foliage offers the perfect backdrop for festivals, music, food and the great outdoors.
Here is our list of tops things to do during summer in Vermont:
Killington Music Festival
The Killington Music Festival hosts a “Music in The Mountains” classical open to the public concert series. The series features weekly Saturday concerts at 7:00 p.m. in Killington’s Ramshead Lodge (this facility is conveniently located a short drive from us!). The last summer concert of the season will be on Saturday, August 1st.
Tee off at Killington National Golf Course
While Vermont has some of the finest golf courses in the Northeast, none can match the beauty and design of the Green Mountain National Golf Course in Killington. Ranked Number 1 public golf course in all of Vermont by both Golf Digest and Golf Magazine, the course is a must play. Summer in Vermont would not be the same without playing a round of golf at this one of a kind course.
Take a tour at Ben & Jerry’s Factory
There is nothing better than cold, fresh ice cream on a hot summer day. Even if you’re lactose-intolerant, a tour of the Ben & Jerry’s Factory in Waterbury, Vermont is a must do day trip. You’ll be charmed from the start as you learn about the history of the ice cream and take a tour of the plant in operation. Best of all, receive a taste of the “flavor of the day”. Click here for more information.
Drive through a Covered Bridge
There are more than 100 covered bridges in Vermont: the densest concentration of these photogenic structures in the U.S. If you have the “go big, or go home” mentality, head to Windsor VT, where you can drive across the Windsor-Cornish covered bridge, which is the longest covered bridge in the country. There is no better way to enjoy a drive through Vermont during the summer.
Slide at Pump House Indoor Water Park
Exhilarating recreation that isn’t weather dependent, the Pump House Indoor Water Park in Jay, VT, operates year-round. Stop by on a rainy summer day to enjoy this amazing complex that features water slides, hot tubs, a Big River to float on and even a Double Barrel Flowrider with waves big enough for surfing and boogie boarding! Click here to find out more!
Take a Dip in Lake Champlain
To truly appreciate summer in Vermont, you need to get out on the water. Lake Champlain, also known as the “sixth Great Lake”, is 120 miles long, covering 435 square miles. Visitors can enjoy sailing, swimming, fishing, kayaking, ferry rides and beach access. Views of the Adirondack Mountains will take your breath away. Keep your eyes out for “Champ”, Vermont’s very own Loch Ness Monster.
Visit the New England Maple Museum
You can’t visit Vermont and not get a taste of our fresh, local maple syrup. Take a tour of the New England Maple Museum to learn about the sweetest story ever told. Nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains (where the finest Vermont maple syrup is made) the museum offers a trip through over 200 years of maple sugaring history. Click here to schedule your tour today.
Pamper Yourself at The Spa at the Woods
While summer in Vermont is about exploration, it is also about relaxation. Pamper yourself (you deserve it) at this tranquil spa nestled in the hills of Killington, VT. Enjoy all the spa has to offer as the stress and strain of everyday life disappears and is replaced by relaxation. Click here for the full list of spa services and day packages.
Stay at One of Our Many Wonderful Vacation Rentals
We put your comfort first. Our luxurious Killington vacation rentals are perfect for relaxing after your summer outings. Enjoy the mountain breeze on your porch swing or watch the sunset from the deck of your chalet. Our insider knowledge of Killington rentals and all it has to offer is available to you 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Click here to book your next GetAway today!