WHILE YOU’RE HERE
From epic outdoor adventures to charming small towns, there’s something for everyone in Vermont. To help you make the most of your wedding weekend, we’ve provided a few of our favorite local recommendations.
These trails are great for biking, hiking, walking, snowshoeing, snowmobiling.
Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
33-mile flat track multi-purpose recreation and transportation corridor-soon to be 93 miles, enter trail in Jeffersonville, only 20 minutes from the Estate
Vermont Green Mountain Club Long Trail
Famous VT Long Trail 272 mile footpath from northern to southern VT
Burlington Parks Recreation Waterfront Vermont
Waterfront Bike Path run the length of the city north to south tying into 30 mile of public trails.
Vermont Association of Snow Travelers
VAST includes 127 snowmobile clubs statewide with over 5000 miles of trails.
Vermont State Parks- Northern Region
Great biking, hiking, paddling, swimming, fishing options. The closest state parks to Grace Farm are St Albans Bay State Park, Burton Island State Park and Kamp Kill Kare State Park .
Stowe Recreation Path
This 5.3 mile paved trail stretches from Stowe Village to Top Notch Resort on the Mountain Road
It’s hard to visit Vermont in the winter without exploring one of our ski mountains for some winter fun!
Explore Vermont’s lakes, swimming holes and rivers for recreation.
Bert’s Boats & Transportation, Jeffersonville
Kayak, canoe and paddleboard rentals. Self-guided and guided tours. Shuttle service available for groups.
Vermont Canoe & Kayak, Jeffersonville
Canoe, kayak and paddleboard rentals in northern Vermont
Spirit of Ethan Allen Lake Cruises, Burlington
Sightseeing, lunch, sunset and dinner cruises on Lake Champlain
Thank you to these talented photographers for sharing their images (from top): Keith MacDonald Photography, Photos by Kintz