Summer Vacations in Vermont

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Enjoy Summer Vacations in Vermont

Summer brings out the cool mountains and the flowing rivers in Vermont. Whether you prefer to grab an evening drink, or go for a dip, or enjoy the outdoors, Vermont has exceptional potential for your summer vacation.

Summer Vacations in Vermont: Top Accommodations

House Killington
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $136
The Killington Group
5.0
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Chalet Stowe
-31%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Chalet ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Stowe, Lamoille County, Vermont
from $385 $555
RedAwning
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House Killington
-63%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $602 $1,615
Killington Vacation Rentals
5.0
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Apartment Killington
-61%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $359 $911
Killington Vacation Rentals
5.0
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House Killington
-63%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $903 $2,418
Killington Vacation Rentals
4.7
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Apartment Killington
-64%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $241 $670
Killington Vacation Rentals
5.0
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House Killington
House ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $456
GetAway Vacations
4.0
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Apartment Killington
-29%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Apartment ∙ 6 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $391 $549
Killington Vacation Rentals
5.0
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Chalet Peru
-24%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Chalet ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms
Peru, Bennington County, Vermont
from $146 $192
Michael Knetzger
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Most Beautiful Summer Getaways in Vermont

Summer is an opportunity to breathe fresh air and enjoy the outdoors. It is also a season to enjoy the evenings in restaurants and inns without distractions from chilly weather. For visitors hoping to enjoy summer vacations in Vermont, here are some of the favorite places to visit.

  • 1. Burlington

    The largest city in Vermont has a myriad of summer activities for individuals and families. Waterfront Park is an excellent location to soak in the summer sun as you jog and take walks. You can also enjoy a relaxed and playful day by the beach or take a bike ride along the Burlington Bike Path. Alternatively, take a summer cruise in Lake Champlain with the Spirit of Ethan Allen. Be sure to enjoy a leisurely voyage with your loved ones and combine the experience with brunch or a cocktail. Alternatively, hire a boat and go fishing. In the evenings, sign up for popular brewery tours and explore Burlington's craft beer industry or drop by Ben and Jerry's for some ice cream.

  • 2. Champlain Islands

    While the Champlain Islands are not a tropical paradise; they measure up in terms of activity and adventure. To enjoy fresh farm produce, visit Allenholm Farm and Hackett Orchard. You can take some apples, maple syrup and honey home after petting the animals at Allenholm. Taking a bike ride around the island is an excellent way to enjoy the exceptional landscapes and view Miniature castles scattered in South Hero. For wine lovers, the Snow Farm Winery offers wine tasting and live music on Thursday evenings. Boating is also popular in the islands. You can bring your jet-skis, canoes and kayaks and float around the lake or visit the North Hero Marina to rent a boat.

  • 3. Montpelier

    Vermont's capital is famous for being the least populated state capital in the United States. Found at the foot of Green Mountains, Montpelier is famous for maple syrup. However, some attractions go beyond your sweet tooth. If you 've had too much maple syrup, task yourself with hiking the grueling Camel's hump. Fortunately, you can also catch a view of the Camel Hump by visiting Hubbard Park. There are miles of trails to jog and walk your dog on. You can also visit the Ethan Allen Statue and take a picture next to the man credited with founding the state of Vermont. Finish off your summer vacation at the North Branch Vineyards for wine tasting and the T.W. Wood Art Gallery for art exhibitions.

Best Places to Stay for Summer Vacations in Vermont

Apartment Killington
-64%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Apartment ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $221 $617
Killington Vacation Rentals
5.0
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Apartment Killington
-61%
Jun 5 - Jun 12
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Killington, Rutland County, Vermont
from $359 $927
Killington Vacation Rentals
5.0
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House Duxbury
House ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom
Duxbury, Washington County, Vermont
from $405
Vrbo
5.0
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The Weather in Vermont

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