Attractions & Things To Do Nearby
Clarendon, Vermont
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Located in Proctor, VT
7 miles from Clarendon
"This architectural masterpiece was built in the middle of the 19th Century in the heart of the Green Mountains. The Castle stands as a monument to the heritage of the past."
(This excerpt taken from Wilson Castle website)
Located in Proctor, VT
10 miles from Clarendon
"We have been presenting the past present and future of marble, as used in art, as building material and amazing world of everyday uses for more that 20 years!"
(This excerpt taken from Vermont Marble Museum website)
Located in Killington, VT
11 miles from Clarendon
"Killington Resort, the largest ski and snowboard resort in the eastern United States features diverse terrain, an expansive lift network, the most extensive snowmaking system in the world and numerous off-mountain activities, including dining, shopping and lodging options."
(This excerpt taken from Killington website)
Located in Killington, VT
11 miles from Clarendon
"One of Pico's most enjoyable attributes is that it is undeniably a big mountain with a small ski area's personal touch. There are mogul trails, glades, and groomed steeps, but all the trails lead back to the same base area."
(This excerpt taken from Pico Mountain website)
Located in Plymouth, VT
12 miles from Clarendon
"The Calvin Coolidge Homestead District at Plymouth Notch preserves many of the historic buildings that Coolidge knew in his youth: his birthplace, his boyhood home, the church that he attended, the homes of relatives and family friends, and the hall above his father’s old store, which he used as his office during the summer of 1924 and others. Coolidge and his wife lie amid seven generations of Coolidges in the town cemetery."
(This excerpt taken from Calvin Coolidge Homestead Distric website)
Located in Rutland, VT
12 miles from Clarendon
"The New England Maple Museum is conveniently located in the heart of Maple Country, nestled in the foothills of the Green Mountains, where Vermont's finest maple syrup is made."
(This excerpt taken from New England Maple Museum website)
Located in Killington, VT
13 miles from Clarendon
"With its location at the base of Killington and Pico peaks and its close proximity to the Appalachian and Long trails, Gifford Woods State Park is a favorite of hikers. Many through-hikers pass the park on their Appalachian Trail journey from Georgia to Maine. The park is also a popular destination during the fall foliage season for its dramatic autumn colors."
(This excerpt taken from Gifford Woods State Park website)
Located in Ludlow, VT
15 miles from Clarendon
"Rising above the village of Ludlow, in south-central Vermont, Okemo Mountain Resort is a family-owned, four-season playground that built its reputation for quality and superior guest service as a winter retreat for skiers and snowboarders."
(This excerpt taken from Okemo Mountain Resort website)
Located in Fair Haven, VT
16 miles from Clarendon
"Welcome to Bomoseen State Park. The 3,576-acre park is located in the Taconic Mountains on the shores of Lake Bomoseen, the largest lake entirely within Vermont’s borders. The Taconics are the slate-producing region of Vermont, and the area's history parallels the rise and fall of Vermont's slate industry. The park contains several quarry holes and their adjacent colorful slate rubble piles as reminders of this period. These quarries provided slate for the West Castleton Railroad and Slate Company, a complex of 60 to 70 buildings that stood between Glen Lake and Lake Bomoseen. Several slate buildings and foundations remain in the park. A self-guided Slate History Trail leads hikers through remnants of this bygone era."
(This excerpt taken from Bomoseen State Park website)
Located in Dorset, VT
21 miles from Clarendon
"Located conveniently between Manchester and Rutland, the park is popular for its wooded hillside campground, beach and swimming area, and nearby attractions and tourist destinations. The park surrounds 20-acre Emerald Lake, named for the emerald green color of its waters when viewed from above."
(This excerpt taken from Emerald Lake State Park website)
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