A Big Small Town


While Bradford is a small town, remember that size is relative. This small town is also "big" - home  to the only traffic light in all of Orange County, Vermont.

Situated where the Waits and Connecticut Rivers meet, Bradford offers architectural gems and an array of recreational adventures, all in a natural setting touted by locals as being "of unparalleled beauty." 

Main Street provides a warm, friendly, down-home experience with everything from fine dining to made-to-order “grinders,” local shops, and quality Vermont-made furniture. 

Older New England towns often include a centrally located town green or town commons, and Bradford is no exception. Dating back to traditions brought from England by early settlers, these spaces continue to be well-cared-for, central locations for gatherings of all kinds. In the summer, the Bradford town common hosts a farmer’s market every Friday, featuring a wide variety of local vendors and products.

For more information, visit Bradford, VT.
Vermont Byways road with farm

Vermont Byways

The best way to experience Vermont is to leave the highways and travel the secondary roads.

Connecticut River Byway Travel Guide

Connecticut River Byway Travel Guide

Vermont's eastern border follows 500 miles of the Connecticut River. This digital guide is your go-to source highlighting scores of outdoor activities and cultural sites to visit all the way along the river.