Vermont Vacation Summer Guide

FEATURED OUTDOOR EXPERIENCES VermontVacation.com 25 ABEL MOUNTAIN CAMPGROUND www.abelmountain.com 802-728-5548 354 Mobile Acres Rd., Braintree, VT 05060 Relax and unwind in the heart of Vermont! Only minutes off the highway, yet quiet and secluded, nestled beside a lazy river, 250+ acres of trails. 131 spacious, grassy sites with picnic tables and campfire rings; 117 w/e/c/s and 14 w/e/c. Rental RVs available. Activities scheduled throughout the summer. Vermont’s attractions within an easy drive. $$$ R CRAFTSBURY OUTDOOR CENTER www.craftsbury.com 802-586-7767 535 Lost Nation Rd. Craftsbury Common, VT 05827 The Center’s beautiful lakeside campus is per‑ fect for active vacations or relaxation. On-site, we offer running and sculling instructional programs, trails for mountain biking, hik‑ ing or running as well as kayaking and canoeing. All lodging features meals in our VT Fresh Network dining hall with lots of local produce, buffet service and vegetarian options. Call ahead for specific needs and pets. $$-$$$$  R DUNKLEY’S GYMNASTICS CAMP www.dunkleysgymnasticscamp.com 802-899-3479 Kibbe Farm Rd., South Hero, VT 05485 Family-style gymnastic camp (50 campers) located directly on Lake Champlain. Water skiing, sailing, kayaking, tubing, crafts, modi‑ fied team sports and true camp activities. Weekly sessions June-August; rentals avail‑ able before/after season. GREAT VERMONT CORN MAZE www.vermontcornmaze.com 802-748-1399 1404 Wheelock Rd., Danville, VT 05828 Largest maze in New England. Selected one of the TOP 10 mazes in America! Come early and spend the day! Twenty-six acres of “amazing” fun. Two mazes, new designs every year, miles of pathways, bridges, emer‑ gency exits, views, Pretendin, Barnyard Golf, tunnels, petting animals. Maze open Aug. 1 through mid October. Reservations needed only for haunted event, DEAD NORTH!  KIMBERLY FARMS & TRAIL RIDES www.kimberlyfarms.org 802-442-5454 1214 Cross Hill Rd. North Bennington, VT 05257 Kimberly Farms Stables offers unique rid‑ ing experiences and panoramic views. The 60-acre farm includes Vermont’s oldest mar‑ ble quarry and a mountainside wildlife pre‑ serve. The Green Mountain National Forest provides lovely scenery in all directions. We feature trail rides, overnight and day sum‑ mer horse camp, walking tours, group events and lessons. No riding experience necessary. Come savor farm life, stay in our bunkhouse that sleeps 25.  F eatured O utdoor E xper i ences Explore the outdoors anytime of the year. Vermont is well known for its abundance of state parks and recreational trail systems that offer activ‑ ities that will entertain for hours. Come on up anytime to experience recreation for the entire family. N O R T H E R N VT C E N T R A L VT S O U T H E R N VT F E A T U R E D O U T D O O R E X P E R I E N C E S VERMONT FLANNEL COMPANY

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