Regions

Vermont Map - North, Central, Southern

 

Going Local

Vermont is very much a land of small towns and strong regional identities. That's why we've broken the state into three regions, with each area providing localized travel assiatance.

Northern Vermont
Central Vermont
Southern Vermont

Northern Vermont

Northern Vermont
Northern Vermont offers the best of both worlds in the Green Mtns. You’ll find Burlington, the state’s largest city, and some of the most rural towns in Vermont.
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Central Vermont

Central Vermont
The Central Vermont hosts the state capitol of Montpelier & a variety of historic downtowns - Brandon, Rutland, Vergennes, Woodstock, White River Jct., Middlebury & Randolph.
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Southern Vermont

Southern Vermont
Southern Vermont offers a blend of picturesque villages and lively communities, such as Bennington, Brattleboro, Manchester, Bellows Falls, Newfane and Arlington.
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