Make Vermont Your Home

Ever wonder what it would be like to live in Vermont? We can help. Stay to Stay Weekends are exploratory vacations to learn about moving here. Connect with employers, realtors, community leaders, entrepreneurs, and potential neighbors all while enjoying a weekend away in the Green Mountains. Come sample Vermont to stay here full time.

2020 Stay to Stay Weekends

We’re excited to announce our third year of Stay to Stay Weekends and to welcome potential Vermonters to explore living in Vermont. Start getting to know our communities at Friday evening welcome receptions, where you will meet local employers, business owners, community leaders, realtors, and others who can help facilitate your move to Vermont.

Enjoy your weekend exploring and experiencing all Vermont has to offer, whether it’s outdoor recreation, family activities, or cultural events and fine dining.

On Monday mornings, you’ll have an option to meet with employers that are hiring, take a driving or walking tour with a local realtor, or visit a coworking or maker space to meet with entrepreneurs and other professionals.

Hotel Brooks in Brattleboro, Vermont.


May 1-3, October 2–5, 2020

Overlooking the Connecticut River, downtown Brattleboro is lined with buildings that house galleries, restaurants, shops, breweries, and a 1938 art deco hotel and movie theater.

Rutland Regional Chamber of Commerce Building


March 13-15, June 19-22, October 2-5, 2020

See why dozens of Stay to Stay families have relocated to the Rutland Region. Meet the locals, experience the great natural and recreational activities we enjoy, and explore career possibilities as you network with potential employers.


Jonathan, Jacqueline, Nicole and Bret share their stories of moving to the Green Mountain State.

NBC Nighty News with Lester Holt logo.

In the News: NBC

NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt came to Vermont to cover Stay to Stay Weekends. Learn about the experience from the perspective of some of the first participants.

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In the News: NPR

Here and Now on National Public Radio recently highlighted Stay to Stay Weekends, speaking with a new resident who moved as a result of attending a Stay to Stay weekend.

Frequently Asked Questions for Stay to Stay Weekend.

Questions about Stay to Stay Weekends?

Thinking about signing up for a Stay to Stay Weekend but have some questions first? Please read these frequently asked questions.

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For us, Vermont is the ideal place to call home, and we’re delighted you’re considering becoming a Vermonter. Let us show you what a difference a state can make.

Official Vermont Vacation Guides for 2018-19.

Free Vermont Vacation Guide

Also available online, the Vermont Vacation Guide is filled with great content to steer your Vermont visit in the right direction.