Spring, summer and autumn each hold their own allure in Vermont’s Northeast Kingdom. In the spring, for a few special weeks every year, when the days begin to grow longer and warm daytime temperatures thaw the land, but the nights still freeze, the sap begins to flow. Maple Sugaring in unique to Northeastern America and the Northeast Kingdom has a place within this rich heritage that has been recognized far and wide. Many sugar-making families have been on their farms for several generations and are happy to have visitors stop by and walk or snowshoe among the sugar maples all the while enjoying the sweet smell that surrounds the sugar house during this wonderful season. As the sap flow ends and the summer months arrive visitors take to the out of doors to enjoy the trails, waterways, and cycling routes - the draw of which is so strong that they often return again and again until the last brilliant leaf of autumn has fallen.
With so much to experience the key to a great stay is often found in choosing the perfect host. In the Northeast Kingdom you are not a "tourist" you are our guest and we are eager to welcome you to our home. Whether you’re dreaming of a cozy room at the inn, a resort stay, or a room on the farm, you can find it here and when you arrive you will find warm, local people who are anxious to greet you and make you feel right at home.