3 Must-See Sights You Should Visit When Staying in Vermont

Summer is one of the best seasons to make travel plans. You get to dine al fresco with your beau, plan fun barbecues, go for a swim at the lake, relax at a spa, and just unwind, making unforgettable memories.

However, planning a trip and finding the perfect place for the ultimate summer getaway can be a little tricky. It requires extensive research since the place you visit should have that certain je ne sais quoi that makes your trip more meaningful.

Not sure where to travel? Come to Vermont! Read on to learn what makes Vermont the perfect getaway this summer.

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  1. A Visit to Lake Champlain

What makes summers more refreshing? A swim on the beach!

For some time, Lake Champlain was named the Great Lake when President Bill Clinton signed a bill deeming it as such.

This freshwater lake spans around 435 square miles of surface water and has the most stunning views of the Adirondacks on one side and the Green Mountains on the other. You can go boating, fishing, or swimming with your friends or family members or just enjoy the stunning scenery with your partner.

The lake also has a small town called South Hero nearby, where you can visit the vineyards, state parks, and orchards.

  1. The Quechee State Park

A thousand-year glacier transformation carved the Quechee Gorge, which is still deepening because of the constant water flow coming from the Ottauquechee River.

This scenic beauty has a walkway bridge and a few trails from where you can look at the beauty trails below and look at the Gorge at the water level.

The Vermont Institute of Natural Sciences (VINS) is also a must-visit place to observe wildlife.

  1. The Beautiful Inns in Burlington

Burlington has a community of people who are dedicated to environmental stewardship. This must-visit place has a forested corridor that covers the entire city and has over 30 miles of trails with an abundance of natural areas.

A range of swoon-worthy beaches, recreational spaces, and inspiring installations like the Earth Clock makes Burlington one of the best places to visit in Vermont.

If you’re in Vermont, you must book a room at the luxurious bed and breakfast place – Made INN Vermont.

Ranked number one in leading magazines such as Elle Décor and Leisure Magazine, Made Inn Vermont has whimsical décor, eccentric art pieces, and breathtaking scenery that you can experience from your rooms.

Book a reservation for the experience of a lifetime at the most romantic Burlington getaway today.


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