Lake Champlain: Nestled on the border of Vermont, New York State and Canada, Lake Champlain is a totally stunning area to visit. Stretching over 100-miles, it’s one of the best places in Vermont to explore if you love the great outdoors.
Quechee State Park: Thousands of years ago, glaciers carved the Quechee Gorge, which is still deepening because of the constant flow of water from the Ottauquechee River. Now, I’m no geologist but I totally loved stopping for a quick visit here.
Stowe: When you think of Vermont, Stowe’s landscape is probably the image that first comes to mind.
Hildene Manor and Manchester: Around a 150-minute drive south of Burlington, Hildene has a very special spot to visit in Vermont. In fact, you’ll feel like being transported to the past when you visit Hildene.
Woodstock: Woodstock is a stunner of a town to visit and totally worth the drive to explore. With centuries of history, it’s the kind of place that typically Vermont; quaint, peaceful and historic.
Lake Willoughby: If you’re exploring the best places in Vermont within the north of the state, then be sure to check out Lake Willoughby.
Brattleboro: Brattleboro is a bustling border town in the south of Vermont that’s really easy to visit when driving from Keene in New Hampshire.
Burlington: Right on the shores of Lake Champlain, Burlington is one of the bigger places that you’ll stop off at whilst visiting Vermont.
Montpelier: East of Burlington, Montpelier is the capital of Vermont, even though it’s one of the smallest capital cities in all the US.
Bennington: Right in the southern corner of Vermont, close to New York State, Bennington is well worth visiting whilst driving between states.