::

Luxury Motorhome RV Rentals - VermontMany More Luxury RVs Available. Call
Phone
770.938.2035

Example Coaches

Visit Vermont’s Green Mountains, Fall Foliage, and Quaint Towns-Vermont

Great Cities to Visit in Vermont:

  • Burlington
  • Montpelier
  • Rutland
  • Barre
  • Bennington

5 Fun Things to Enjoy in Vermont:

  •         Lake Champlain: One of the premier vacation spots in the northeast U.S., this large freshwater lake offers boating, fishing, swimming, camping, and more. Sand Bar State Park and Grand Isle State Park both offer affordable access to the lake.

  •         Stowe Mountain Resort: Vermont’s historic ski resort features an iconic gondola that carries skiers in the winter and sightseers in the summer. Make sure to explore the quaint town of Stowe and its shops and restaurants.

  •         Bennington Battle Monument: From this 300-foot obelisk commemorating a 1777 battle, you can see three states. Nearby historical attractions include an art museum housing the world’s largest Grandma Moses collection.

  •         Green Mountain National Forest:There’s no better way to enjoy Vermont’s iconic fall colors than hiking through Green Mountain National Forest where visitors can encounter moose and other northern wildlife.

  •         Montshire Museum of Science: Children will love the hands-on activities at this museum, including exhibits on math, mechanics, and natural history. Watch live bees and leafcutter ants, explore a park displaying a scaled model of the solar system, and walk the nature trails along the Connecticut River.

Major Convention Centers:

  •         Sheraton Burlington Conference Center: With 30,000 square feet of meeting space, a 12,000 square foot exhibition hall, and ample hotel accommodations, the Sheraton Burlington can host meetings of up to 1,000 participants.

  •         Champlain Valley Exposition Center:Vermont’s largest indoor meeting space is a no-frills facility ideal for trade shows, conventions, and large events that need space, but not amenities.

National Park Services - https://www.nps.gov/state/vt/index.htm

Two national parks and 831 listings on the National Register of Historic Places.

  •         Marsh-Billings-Rockeffer National Historical Park: Featuring 555 acres of forests, including 400-year-old hemlocks and vibrant sugar maples, the park offers several carriage roads and trails to explore. Visitors can also tour a mansion and enjoy a ranger-guided water adventure called Boots to Boats.

Racing Fans!

NASCAR: Vermont is home to the Devil’s Bowl Speedway!

  • Featuring both a half-mile oval asphalt track and a dirt track, the speedway hosts a variety of races, including the NASCAR Whelen All-American Series.

Map
Motorhome rental Vermont
top-arrow     SCROLL TO TOP