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48 North Main Street
St. Albans, Vermont, 05478
TEL: (802) 309-0000
or (802) 999-6303
Brick School House Historical Museum, St. Albans
Five rooms of local memorabilia, US rte 7, Monday, Wednesday & Saturday 2-4p.m.
Burton Island State Park, St. Albans
The campground and marina are unique in that the only vehicles around are park service equipment. The most distant campsite isn't much more than a quarter mile from the ferry landing. There are carts around to help you get your gear to the campsite (or the park staff will deliver it for a slight fee). At the marina, dockside water and electricity is available; there is fuel service and a marine holding-tank pump-out facility. Park toilet facilities have running water and hot showers. There is a nature center/museum, a park program coordinator, a park store with food service, rowboat and canoe rentals, public telephone, and places to swim and picnic. With all of these facilities on the north and eastern quarter of the island, there's plenty left to explore along nearly four miles of trail or three miles of shoreline. To make camping reservations write or call the park.
Arrowhead Golf Course, 350 Murray Ave, Milton, VT 05468
Champlain Country Club, 587 St Albans Rd, Swanton, VT 05488
Hard'ack Recreation Center, St. Albans
Hard'ack is a small hill offering 1 run of downhill skiing via a rope tow and sledding. There is also a warm up hut. In the Summer the field area is used for soccer and lacrosse. Also on the back side of the hill there are numerous hiking trails that lead to Wolf Monument and the Stone Crusher.
Kamp Kill Kare State Park, St. Albans
Park Service & Facilities - Picnic tables and cooking grills are located throughout the park in open or shaded lawn areas. The 26' X 40' open-air shelter has group-sized cooking grills, electricity, and may be reserved for group functions. The south-facing swimming area has a mostly sandy bottom, the public boat launching ramp gets your boat quickly into deep water. If you haven't got a boat, rowboats may be rented, or you can ride the Burton Island ferry, departing from the dock about every two hours. For more information call or write the park.
Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge, Swanton
Missisquoi NWR offers many recreational and educational opportunities including, wildlife observation, photography, hiking, canoeing, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting and fishing. In addition to many species that can be seen year-round at the refuge such as deer, foxes, and hawks, Missisquoi can attract over 20,000 migratory waterfowl during the fall migration and provides valuable nesting opportunities for many migratory bird species throughout the season. Missisquoi is a bird-lovers paradise. Call today for a free brochure or to see what special programs are coming up at the refuge.
Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail, St. Albans
Northwest Vermont Rail Trail Council
The MVRT is 26.5 miles long with a maximum grade of 3%. The crushed limestone surface accommodates all types of bicycles, but mountain or hybrid bicycles are recommended. Allowed uses include walking, bicycling, skiing, horse riding, snow shoeing and snowmobiling.
St. Albans Historical Museum, St. Albans
The St. Albans Historical Society Museum is an outstanding collection of eclectic memorabilia housed in a three story 1861 Renaissance Revival style structure which was used for public education until 1969.
Taylor Park, St. Albans
Taylor Park is moderately sized park located in the middle of St. Albans proper. A monument to area veterans, a nice flower garden and a beautiful fountain grace the park's core. The Park is dotted by many old growth trees (mostly Maples) and has paved walkways passing through it. Taylor Park also hosts several major city events throughout the year including the Farmer's Market, Maple Festival, Christmas in the Park and of course The Pumpkin Lighting around Halloween.
Saint Anne's Shrine
Isle La Motte
Religious and historical site. Gift shop, Cafeteria, Picnic Grounds, Grottos, Stations of the Cross, Beach and Dock. Open mid May - mid October.
Snow Farm Vineyard and Winery, South Hero
Wine tastings, vineyard, and winery tours, wine accessories, Vermont products, and gift baskets. Open daily 10:00-5:00PM. Free concerts on Thursday evenings during the summer. Special host of the Vermont Mozart Festival, July 30, 2004
Jay Peak, 4850 VT Route 242, Jay, VT 05859
Smuggler's Notch, 4323 VT Route 108 South, Smugglers' Notch, VT 05464
Stowe Mountain, 5781 Mountain Rd, Stowe, VT 05672
Vermont Maple Festival, St. Albans
The Vermont Maple Festival is held the last weekend in April in St. Albans, Vermont. This 3 day event has a variety of activities, performances, displays and awards related to the Maple industry. Specialty acts from across the country perform on the Festival's Street Stage while the best fiddlers around entertain us in an evening event.
Vermont Voltage & Lady Voltage, St. Albans
Professional Soccer - visit www.vermontvoltage.com for an updated schedule. All home games are played at the Collins-Perley Sports & Fitness Center in St. Albans.