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Area Information



Lamoille County is situated in the beautiful Green Mountains of North-Central Vermont about an hours drive south of Burlington on Interstate 89 and forty-five minutes north from Montpelier, the State Capital,  on Interstate 89. One town and eleven villages make up the Lamoille Valley region with  world renowned Stowe, Vermont being the most widely known and recognized area in the Region.   Stowe is the home of Vermont's highest Mountain - Mount Mansfield.  For hundreds of years the Mountain has been a magnet for those seeking rest and relaxation on its slopes.  To drive through Smuggler's Notch (bootlegger corridor back in the day!) is spectacular and should not be missed!   The towns and villages in our Region offer an array of activities - think skiing, hiking, biking, swimming, antiquing, concerts in the Park, horseback riding, sleigh rides, country farms and farm stands, interesting farmers' markets where one will experience the bounty of the land as well as a delightful array of Vermont artisians displaying and selling product.  You will be delighted with our many lodging, shopping and dining options!

The Region  hosts many annual events that include craft shows, antique and car shows, harvest festivals, Oktoberfest (rated one of the top 10 events in the State) sporting events, parades, balloon festival, performing arts, community theater, and  art exhibits. Lodging in our region varies from high-end resorts with world class spa facilities and conference space to unique and comfortable bed and breakfast properties, Vermont country inns, motels and great camping locations. The Region is also a world-class wedding destination!

In addition to the four-season  recreational opportunities that abound in the Region, our villages are bursting with commerce. The Region has a strong and varied industrial base that includes the  manufaturing of wonderful Vermont products (think maple syrup, cheese, breweries, distilleries, peanut butter, pottery, furniture, and much more). It is a unique experience to visit our aea ... an experience that will send you home with many precious memories.  And to those who decide to live or re-locate  in Lamoille County, be assured that our region has a strong, and growing, industrial base; our health care facilities are excellent, we offer exceptional educational options both public and private; our churches are many,  diverse and welcoming!    Our vibrant and traditional  hospitality industry is the engine that drives our Region's  economy.  That industry, together with our vibrant and growing commerce base, combine to make the Lamoille County Region a beautiful and charming  place to

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Regional Map (town maps are found on town pages)