Explore Southern Vermont
Discover The Green Mountains, Historical Attractions, & More
Come discover the magic of southern Vermont’s Green Mountains. Explore 160 acres of unspoiled nature right here at Windham Hill Inn or venture out to the Green Mountain National Forest or to one of the nearby gardens.
Historical attractions include Hildene, the home of Abraham Lincoln’s descendants, and, of course, the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park.
Museums in the area range from the Williams College Museum of Art to the American Museum of Fly Fishing and the Vermont Raptor Center, where you can see owls, hawks, falcons and eagles.
Townshend State Park
A visit to Townshend State Park, located at the foot of Bald Mountain on a bend of the West River, feels like a step back in time. The park was constructed during the Great Depression by the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a public works program aimed at putting young men to work. There are campsite and hiking trails as well as a nice swimming hole on the West River. A wonderful place to take a day and explore the great outdoors.
Equinox Skyline Drive
A scenic 5.2-mile drive to the summit of Mount Equinox, 3,835 feet above sea level, providing a breathtaking 360-degree view of 5 mountain ranges, four states and Canada.
Bromley Sun Mountain Adventure Park
If you thought winter skiing was Bromley’s only gig, guess again! Sun Mountain Adventure Park is Vermont’s Sun and Fun Park. The Alpine Slide, Sun Mountain Flyer Zip Rider, Miniature Golf and Big Splash Water Slide rides are loads of outdoor fun. A KidZone for children and many more attractions, make Bromley the Vermont amusement park to visit each summer.
Things to Do
- Southern Vermont Art Center 2 mi.
- Brattleboro Museum and Art Center 2 mi.
- Bennington Museum 2 mi.
- Simon Pearce Glass Blowing 2 mi.