- Local Area
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.
Southern Vermont Art Center
Vermont’s oldest cultural organization, the Southern Vermont Arts Center is located in a National Historic
Trust Mansion in Manchester, Vermont. The Center’s ten galleries feature classic and contemporary art on
display and for sale.
Brattleboro Museum and Art Center
The museum and art center is a nonprofit organization founded in 1972, with a mission to present art and
ideas in ways that inspire educate and engage people of all ages. New exhibits by regional and
internationally acclaimed artists are shown each season.
The museum was founded in 1852 as the Bennington Historical Association to celebrate and preserve
Bennington’s Colonial past and commemorate the historic Revolutionary War Battle of Bennington in
1777. The museum houses a large collection of early furniture, decorative arts, tools, toys, military artifacts
as well as Grandma Moses paintings and memorabilia.
Simon Pearce Glass Blowing
From inception Simon’s vision has been to create beautifully designed products using premium materials
and time-honored techniques intended for a lifetime of everyday use. The shop moved from Ireland to
Quechee in 1981 when Simon bought and restored the old Woolen Mill in Quechee. You can observe
glass being blown, potters at work, dine in the Mill Restaurant or visit the store.
The Windham Hill Inn
311 Lawrence Drive, West Townshend, Vermont, 05359
Up the Hill Yoga
"Come experience yoga as it was meant to be in a retreat like setting where the only sounds you’ll hear will be provided by Mother Nature. Walk over to the beautiful newly constructed studio just 500 feet from your room and take one of the daily scheduled yoga classes. Through our partnership with Up the Hill Yoga, we also offer private yoga sessions at any level and to your convenience.
To learn more about Up the Hill Yoga and what they offer, go to https://upthehillyoga.com/"
- Single walk-in rate - $15 at the studio
Privates - Single person/60min
$35/ per person
Private - more than 1 person/60min
Private = Single person/90min
Private - more than 1 person/90min
Private = Single person/120min
Private - more than 1 person/120min
"Wonderful stay"MalmCopenhagen - Denmark
"Spectacular Weekend"lthomp1641 - United States