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It’s that time of year again… Fall has graced us with her presence!

If you’re looking to make a Vermont Fall getaway, you’re in the right place. In this guide, I share everything you need to know for the perfect trip to Vermont in the Fall! And yes, I always spell Fall with a “F”. Respect. 😉

Read on as I share where to eat, drink, stay and play. I also give tips on what to pack and more!

Ladies & Gentlemen, it’s Fall

No matter what age you are, if you are a woman, you automatically get that unexplained tingle in your veins every time Fall rolls around. You don’t need a calendar to know that it is officially pumpkin spice latte season, sweater weather, boot time….whatever you call it… You’ve been pinning away all year for this moment.

If you are a guy, it’s a different story. You’re not on Pinterest. Instead, you’re in your car. Fall gives the perfect excuse to go for a drive. Gentlemen, get ready to break out the flannel, update your GPS and buckle up, because you’re in for an adventure!

But, don’t worry. For every pumpkin patch, apple orchard or Fall festival you’ll be taken to, there is also Octoberfest, sizzling sausages and amazing distilleries calling your name.

Ok, ok, don’t get on me… it’s not gender defining, just a generalization I’m going with… and you can’t argue with Miss Iliza Schlesinger, Queen of the Millennials.

Speaking of Millennials, it’s time to put down our phones and unplug in Vermont.

How to Plan a Trip to Vermont in the Fall

Before we get into the fun stuff, let’s go over some essentials first…

Fall Weather in Vermont

Vermont has a mind of its own in the Fall. Expect weather to fluctuate from warm and sunny to chilly and rainy with temperatures between 30s and 60s (F°), sometimes 20s although not as typical.

What to Pack for a trip to Vermont in the Fall

Fall Essentials

  • small foldable umbrella (throw in your rain coat or bag)
  • pocket sized poncho (for ladies who don’t want their outfit ruined) 😉
  • Bug repellent
  • Warm base layers
  • Waterproof boots/tennis shoes
  • Gloves
  • Scarf
  • Wool socks

Ladies, read my full guide of Fall wardrobe essentials to pack.

Best Time to See Fall foliage in Vermont

Late September to mid / late October is when Vermont’s beautiful colors are at their peak. Check out my Vermont Fall Roadtrip (coming soon) blog to discover the best ways to enjoy Fall foliage and scenic drives in Vermont.

Fall foliage drive in Vermont
A drive through Vermont

Tips for Your Vermont Getaway

  • Always call ahead for business hours, don’t trust Google alone
  • Make reservations (restaurants, hotels, activities, etc.) well in advance. Fall is one of New England’s busiest times of year. Not to mention the conflict that comes from staff shortages.
  • Check whether the business or activity you’re booking requires COVID vaccination. I’m aware that some B&Bs require it.

Travel Resources

After traveling the last 170+ days/ yr. the last several years, I can honestly tell you, there’s nothing like traveling prepared, even with a chronic illness.

New England Fall Fashion Guide for Women

How to Travel with a Chronic Illness

Standard Packing List for Every Traveler

Travel Insurance

Car Rentals

Affordable Personal Driver & Airport Transfers

Alright, now that we’ve gotten the boring, but nevertheless, necessary details out of the way, let’s plan some fun things!

Vermont Fall Activities

Vermont’s beautiful, natural landscape, serene environment, farm to table foodie paradise and endless activities make it the perfect place to make a getaway to New England this Fall.

It is absolutely one of my favorite New England states. I’ve collectively spent about 3 months exploring during different times of the year and I have to say, that sweet spot between late Summer and Fall definitely has some of my most enjoyable Vermont experiences.

Leaf Peeping

There are countless ways to enjoy the beauty of Vermont in the Fall.

  • See a covered bridge
  • Take a hike in the woods
  • Pack a picnic basket and head out to one of the many beautiful spots to enjoy foliage.

Pack the Perfect Picnic

Catch a Vermont Fall Festival

Vermont Wine & Harvest Festival has you covered with.. not just wine, but beer, spirits, cider and food, plenty and plenty of delicious locally made food. Speaking of food, come celebrate Johnny Appleseed’s birthday at the Apple Festival & Apple Pie Bake Off.

Or, if you’re a history buff and cheese lover like myself, take it to the next level and celebrate Fall in Vermont with a twist at the 19th Century Apple & Cheese Harvest Festival. Nothing like some good old fashioned farm fun! You can even make your own apple cider in an antique apple press, play period games and devour some homemade apple pie, cheese and ice cream.

And in case that’s not enough to satisfy the Fall festival fanatic in you, there’s also Chester Fall Festival. Think tractor rides, cider pressing, live music, carnival rides & artist booths.

And Burke Fall Festival with horse drawn wagon rides, petting zoo, bingo, henna & more!

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Experience a Traditional Oktoberfest in Vermont

What better way to welcome Fall than with beer, food… and a stein holding contest? 😂 Yep, you read that right. Trapp Family Lodge gives you a little taste of Austria in Vermont during their annual Oktoberfest celebration held in Stowe, Vermont.

There are also other Oktoberfest celebrations throughout the state.

Pumpkin patch in the Fall

Go Pumpkin Picking

If each season had a mascot, Fall’s would be a pumpkin for sure. And these farms aren’t messing around. They offer everything from corn mazes, hay rides, petting zoos and Fall festivals to Halloween happenings, tasty goodies made in their very own bakeries and farmstand produce.

Vermont Pumpkin Patches

  • Sam Mazza Farms | Colchester, VT

Highlights: Bakery, Farmer’s Market, Fall Harvest Weekends, hay rides and Vermont’s only 3 mile corn maze. Complete it to be entered in a raffle at the end of the year for a prize.

Geeves at a corn maze
  • Hathaway Farm | Rutland, VT

Highlights: 12 acre maze (rated one of the best in New England and the US), a mini-maze for little ones, “Moonlight Madness” (night maze), wagon ride to their pumpkin patch, livestock barn, farm store.

  • Gaines Farm | Guilford, VT

Built in 1782, Gaines farm has been in the family for generations.

Highlights: 7 acre maze, “Twilight Walk” (night maze), haunted attraction “Vengeance in the Valley”, haunted hay ride and dog boarding program.

Go Apple Picking

  • Champlain Orchards | Storeham, VT

With over 140 different apple varieties to choose from, you’re sure to never get the same tasting pie again! After a day picking apples, treat yourself to some hard cider, made right on site.

  • Yate’s Family Orchard | Monkton, VT

A day of apple picking followed by hot apple cider donuts topped with Vermont maple syrup ice cream? Yes please! Enjoy it while listening to live music Sunday afternoons. Now that’s what I call the perfect Fall in Vermont!

  • Burt’s Apple Orchard | Cabot, VT

Choose from 40 different varieties of apples! There’s also cider donuts, cider slushies and

  • Allenholm Farm | South Hero, VT

Wagon rides, homemade pies and Vermont’s oldest commercial apple orchard.

Horseback Riding

Enjoy a lovely ride through the Green Mountains on an Icelandic horse with Vermont’s Fall foliage surrounding you. The Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm offers trail rides, lessons and even tack equipment. Call ahead to arrange an appointment.

Horseback riding not your thing? How about a train ride?

My sister horseback riding in Vermont in the Fall
My lil sis

Catch a Fall Foliage Train Ride in Vermont

  • Green Mountain Railroad

The railroad’s Chester train has Fall foliage rides. You can even enjoy a 3 course dinner or brunch aboard.

Geeves feeding alpacas

Visit an Alpaca Farm

In White River Junction, you can feed alpacas and shop the Vermont Alpaca Store for sweaters, coats and hats made of alpaca wool.

Kayaking or Canoeing

With lakes spanning over 40,000 beautiful acres and rivers running for 4,000 miles, there is no doubt that you will be in touch with nature the moment you dip into the water. All you need to do is pack a picnic and some bug spray and you’re in for nature’s best foliage viewing party.

Quite a few places offer kayaking adventures in some beautiful places in Vermont in the Fall like Appalachian Trail Adventures who offers kayaking guided tours and kayak rentals as well as tours for caving, rock scrambling, hiking and sightseeing. You can also take a guided Fall foliage tour with Clearwater Sports who also offers SUP and canoeing.

Geeves in Bennington Vermont in the water

Fishing

Go out on a Fall fishing adventure at Smuggler’s Notch who offers guided fishing expeditions like fly fishing stream trips and family fishing tours. Or, rent or bring your own equipment and go out on your own. Read more info on fishing access areas here.

Ziplining

Wind in your face, zipping through the colorful trees, the Fall air in your face… now that’s what I’m talkin’ about!

Geeves ziplining in Vermont

Arbor Trek offers ziplining adventures that have been voted the best in the US & world! You can also do a treetop obstacle course and climbing adventure in Smuggler’s Notch, offered all 4 seasons.

Canopy Walk

At Vermont Institute of Natural Science in Quechee, Vermont, you can try out their cool canopy walk 50 feet above the ground. There’s also a spider web and treehouse with 360 degree views of nature.

Fall foliage lift ride in Vermont

Foliage Lift Ride

Take a gondola ride through Vermont’s foliage from soaring heights. Killington. You’ll see the view of 4 different state’s landscapes from Stratton Mountain.

Fall Yoga Retreat

A lot of yoga studios in Vermont are taking their classes outdoors and some even offer Fall yoga retreats for a revitalizing mini getaway. How about some gentle, calming yoga amidst the beautiful foliage?

Try a retreat with Wicked Om Yoga whose itinerary full of delicious, nourishing meals and fun & relaxing activities take place in a gorgeous cozy cabin in Vermont. True Yoga Vermont offers a 5 night retreat on a farm in historic Woodstock. If semi precious stones and crystals are more your thing, try a retreat in Brattleboro with Yoga with Shereen who has studied Reiki, Ayurveda and Holistic Health. She brings spiritual energy to every class she teaches.

If you can’t make it out until late Fall, try one of Wonder Yoga’s retreats.

Cheese, apple cider, crackers from a farm in Vermont
Goodies from Shelburne Farm

Shop a Fall Farmer’s Market

What’s more delicious than sampling seasonal goodies that local Vermont farmers markets offer this time of year? If you have a place with a kitchen on your getaway, you could even make a lovely home cooked meal with fresh, local ingredients you picked up yourself.

Explore Vermont’s Art & Culture

If there’s anything Vermont should be known for, its their lively art and culture scene which is abundant with artistic individuals who flock to the state to embrace this expressive way of life that brings them closer to others. Here are a few places to check out on your Vermont Fall journey.

  • Visit a Museum

With 39 buildings on 45 acres, Shelburne Museum is one of Vermont’s most popular cultural attractions offering Northern New England’s largest collection of art and history. For a more fun, upbeat experience, visit The Art of Humor gallery in Wilmington which features a collection of work from famous cartoonist Skip Morrow.

The Art of Humor in Vermont
The Art of Humor, Wilmington VT
  • Glass Blowing

One of the things the state is best known for is glass blowing. Robert Burch Glass Blowing Studio in Putnam, VT gives live demos and will even create something custom for you.

Where to Eat in Vermont

I don’t know about you, but I’m highly motivated by my taste buds most of the time. 😉 Foodie travel is what I live for.

Luckily, there is an endless array of delicious options for you to enjoy this Fall in Vermont from local farms serving up homemade ice cream, cheese and maple syrup goodies to farm-to-table restaurants getting creative with seasonal dishes that possess all the flare of Fall..

Restaurants with a View

  • Simon Pearce Glassware Shop & Restaurant | Quechee, VT

There’s only one way to enjoy foliage at lunch time… Outside, on the patio, overlooking a waterfall.

You might have heard of the store, Simon Pearce, who boasts a reputation for creating beautiful blown glass creations. Well, in the town of Quechee, they’re also known for their delectable fare as well which is made in a 19th century mill sitting on the Ottauquechee River. They don’t hesitate to entertain the “extra” in all of us. Go ahead, order an old fashioned in a flask. 😉

  • Leunig’s Restaurant | Burlington, VT

It was such a convenient spot while we were visiting Burlington that we ended up dining here twice in one weekend.. first for lunch, then the next day for dinner. The outside has a nice “Fall is in the air” enviornment with small town cobblestone street feels and plenty of people watching to be done. Inside of the restaurant is lively with ambience. I ordered steak and red wine, it was so fine. 😉

  • Thyme Restaurant | White River Junction, VT

The restaurant is bistro style. I opted for outdoors to get that small town Vermont feel. It wasn’t long before I was taken to my happy place. Start with the crispy fries. End with the apple almond tart. It’s to die for! Had to take some home with me. Oh, and the duck confit was pretty good too. 😆

  • Pangea Restaurant | North Bennington, VT

The view is really lovely outside. I watched a duck family go into the water. The food was pretty good too.

Geeves eating at Pangea restaurant in  Vermont

Farm to Table Restaurants

If you want an authentic farm to table dining experience, look no further than these Vermont eateries who plan their menu around what’s in season, sourcing fresh, local ingredients from independent, small and family owned businesses.

  • Michael’s on the Hill | Waterbury Center, VT

Expect to find Fall comfort food like roasted squash soup, smoked maple syrup glazed pork shank and truffled mushroom gnocchi with Fall vegetables. Chef tasting menus are also available.

  • Parker Pie Company | West Glover, VT

As fresh as pizza gets. Their ingredients are local and their dough is made daily, stretched to order. They have an array of fun combinations like Malibu Barbie, Green Mountain Special and The Bangkok Disco.

FUN FACT

Vermont is the nation’s leading maple syrup producer. In 2022, they pumped out over 2.5 million gallons. That’s a 2.2 million increase since the 1970s! Every year, the numbers only go up.

  • Solo Farm & Table | South Londonderry, VT

Expertly crafted chefs tasting menus are this husband and wife duo’s specialty. Purchase your dining ticket in advance.

  • Hen of the Wood | Burlington & Waterbury, VT

Cozy, rustic environment. Their menu changes daily and is the very definition of farm to table. You almost feel like you’re foraging in the woods. Here’s a sample menu.

Rather be surprised? Adventure Dinner hosts one of a kind dinner parties in different locations across Vermont. You can also have a private event created for you.

Sweets

  • Snowflake Chocolates

Despite its name, this chocolatier offers a selection of chocolates in theme with Fall.

Desserts from King Arthur Flour Bakery in Norwich Vermont
King Arthur Flour Bakery & Cafe
  • King Arthur Flour Bakery & Cafe | Norwich, VT

Take a stop at this popular Vermont hangout. Here, you can get fresh bread, seasonal baked goods like apple walnut bread, cinnamon rolls, hot cider, even lunch. Then, stop by their store and pick up some flour. You can even watch them bake things or, take a baking class.

  • Lake Champlain Chocolates

If you spend enough time in Vermont, you’ll start to hear of Lake Champlain chocolates, named after the state’s famous lake. The chocolates are actually really good. On a trip to Vermont as a teen, I brought some home. It was one of my first encounters with quality chocolate. Snickers never quite tasted the same after that. 😉

Munch Along Vermont’s Cheese Trail 🧀

Time to get your cheese on. At these farms, you can meet the people behind Vermont’s oh so heavenly creamy confections like cheese, ice cream anddd.. well, I’ll just leave you to discover it.

For the record, I’m lactose intolerant but, alas, I can’t resist good cheese. I don’t leave the house without my Lactaid pills. (Check with your doc before taking!)

Geeves at Shelburne Farms in Vermont
Shelburne Farm

Farms

A lot of these farms have their own special experience. Call ahead for tours. In addition to cheese, many also offer meats, homemade ice cream, maple syrup and other delicious goodies in their farm store. Bring cash.

Shelburne Farm Stand in Vermont
  • Shelburne Farm | Shelburne, VT

When you first pull up to this farm, whose property is a 3,800 acre agricultural estate dating back to the 1800s, you’re greeted with a farm store that has an assortment of vegetables, cheeses and other grazing board goodies. Look beyond and you’ll see a wide open field with people walking on the paths.

Don’t worry, the long walk will be well worth it. Sometimes, tractor shuttles are also available. I’ve even seen people riding horses, maybe the Queen was there.. I don’t know. 😁

You’ll know when you arrive when you see the most regal looking farm you’ve probably ever seen. It’s immaculate.

Cheese making at Shelburne Farm
Look at that fresh cheese! 🧀

There are several tours you can enjoy throughout the Fall like “Sun to Cheese”, “A Gardener’s Tour of the Formal Gardens” or, “Mushroom Foray”. You can even visit the farm animals or take a tractor ride from the farm store. I took a cheese tour and bought some goodies back at the store for a lovely picnic later.

For the hiker in you, enjoy one of the many walking trails spanning 10 miles. 1/2 mile roundtrip from the farm is, “Lone Tree Hill”, a beautiful viewing spot.

  • Billings Farm & Museum | Woodstock, VT

If you’re looking for an all in one farm, this is the farm of all farms. Not only are they a farm, they’re also a museum and hold many events for the whole family like Farm to Ballet, National Ice Cream Day, 4th on the Farm, Thanksgiving, Christmas and more! In the Fall, expect a Harvest Celebration and a Halloween festival! They even have 21+ only events like “Moos, Brews & Cocktails Too” as well as Date Night Cooking Classes.

Geeves at Dakin Farm with maple syrup
Dakin Farm 🥞
  • Dakin Farm | Ferrisburgh, VT

Stop by and get your hands on some smoked corn cob cheese. It’s delicious with a slice of sausage, salami or just by itself! You can also get other goodies like a breakfast kit or a honey baked smoked ham, which I had delivered for the holidays.

  • Cabot’s Farmer’s Store | Waterbury Center, VT

If you live in the US, without a doubt, you’ve probably seen Cabot cheese at your grocery store. This is a great cheese store to check out if you like a mix of educational tour and sampling cheese! I went when I was a teenager and never looked back.

  • Norwich Farm Creamery | Norwich, VT

They sell creamery products, along with eggs, pork, beef, cheese, and sometimes more.

Other Vermont Cheese Farms

Where to Have a Drink in Vermont

If there’s one thing Vermont has no shortage of, it’s distilleries and breweries. In fact, the state has more per capita than any other in the US. I’m all about supporting the community and like stopping by different places, many of which craft their beer and spirits with locally sourced ingredients from small, independent and family-owned Vermont businesses.

Distilleries in Vermont 🍸

  • Vermont Distillers, Metcalfe’s Fine Liquor & Spirits | Marlboro, VT

After discovering what a gem Vermont Distillers was, I had to come back for a picnic. The view of Hogback Mountain was gorgeous. We also sampled their offerings which ranges from GF vodka, Vermont moonshine to flavored bourbons like maple and honey.

  • Vermont Spirits | White River Junction, VT

Last Fall, I had so much fun doing a collaboration with them. See it here. I discovered them after a trip to Vermont and have loved their spirits ever since. Their best seller, No. 1 Bourbon is dangerously smooth. They also have a great selection of gins and their award-winning vodka made with pure maple tastes good in any cocktail. Get one of the recipes here.

Geeves at Vermont Spirits Distillery
  • Killington Distillery – Still on the Mountain | Killington, VT

This distillery doubles as a farm to table restaurant. Here, you can enjoy their spirits like Coconut infused vodka and Caribbean style rum distilled from cane sugar cakes. They also serve delicious cocktails for every ones taste buds.

But, we can’t let distilleries have all the spotlight.

Breweries in Vermont 🍺

If you’re a beer lover, get ready to drink to your heart’s delight on Vermont’s Brewery Trail (drink responsibly of course).

  • Whetstone Brewing Co. | Brattleboro, VT

Turns out, you can have your beer and drink it too… with a view. 😉

Geeves cheersing with a friend at Whetstone Brewing Co in the Fall

Where else to grab a drink…

  • Wolf Tree | White River Junction, VT

Post COVID, they constructed an outdoor patio area where you can order cocktails from the window. They’ll even set you up with cocktails to go. Order a charcuterie board and enjoy the crisp Fall ambiance.

charcuterie cheese board and cocktails at Wolf Tree in Vermont
  • The Tap House at Catamount Glass | Bennington, VT

Very energetic pub with a great beer selection and tasty pub food!

  • Shelburne Vineyard | Shelburne, VT

Vineyards… in Vermont? Who would have thought! Not only is their wine tasty, it’s also playful. They offer flights to the theme of popular TV shows like Schitt’s Creek and Friends. I ordered a flight of Moira and Johnny. And let’s talk about the views of this vineyard from above.. simply gorgeous, especially in the Fall. Their charcuterie and cheese platters are also delicious. They offer local cheeses as well as salamis from other countries like Spain. If you order a glass of wine, you get to take it home as a souvenir.

  • SILO Distillery | Windsor, VT

And because it’s Fall after all, how about an adult drink with apples? Known for their champagne cider with apples from Monsalvat Farm in Barnard, Vermont. You can even ship some home to you. How about hard cider?

  • The Whiskey Room | Burlington, VT

After dinner, grab a drink inside this tavern with loads of old world charm.

Geeves at the Whiskey Room in Burlington  Vermont
  • Cold Hollow Cider | Waterbury Center, VT

New England’s largest cider producer makes their hard cider the old-fashioned way. Take a tour and learn how to make Vermont apple cider at one of their live showcases.

  • Stowe Cider | Stowe, VT

Crafts some seriously kickin’ selection of hard ciders and even has a cider garden (“The Garden”) with live music out on the patio!

After you lay all your adventures to rest for the day, it’s time to reset.

Where to Stay in Vermont

From resorts, B&Bs, Inns, and entire Airbnb homes to glamping yurts, treehouses, cabins and farmhouses, Vermont has every lodging option imaginable.

Tips for Booking a Hotel

  • Vermont is in high demand in the Fall. Always book your hotel well in advance to secure the lodging you want.
  • Choose a central area for booking a hotel and take daytrips to surrounding towns in the area.
  • If you’re on a budget, book a hotel during the week when rates are typically cheaper.

Cozy cabin in the woods

  • Airbnbs

There are lots of Airbnbs that offer treehouses and cabins. I stayed at one in South Dover for over a month and loved it.

Cabin in Vermont
  • Sterling Ridge Resort

Stay in a log cabin, roast some smores and explore Fall foliage in the woods!

Book here

  • Moose Meadow Lodge & Treehouse | Waterbury, VT

If you want a retreat with all the cabin feels, this is your spot. You’ll be surrounded by mountains, trees and a trout pond on their 86 acre property which accommodates up to 12 people. Go up to the cabin’s glass enclosed skyloft which has serene views of nature.

Book here

  • Restored Farmhouse on Lake Champlain | Grand Isle, VT

Enjoy this charming lake front property nestled in nature. It’ll surely make for a laid back fall whether you’re with friends, family or your significant other.

Book here

Charming bed & breakfasts

The Village Inn | Woodstock, VT

This B&B has all the charm of its historic town. You’ll even notice vintage trunk suitcases that the owner has collected over the years. Even the room had an old timey feel to it. Overall, my stay was really comfortable. The breakfast menu changes everyday. I had pumpkin french toast with local Vermont syrup & sausage. They also have cocktail at night. Have a look around the B&B. You’ll find a lot of interesting art pieces or oddities.

Book here

Breakfast at Village Inn Bed and Breakfast in Vermont
The Village Inn

Glamping

  • Parker Hill Farm & Boutique Campground | Springfield, VT

Rated as Vermont’s #1 campground on TripAdvisor, I’d argue that this experience is more like glamping. But, that’s just me. No need to get fancy with terms.

Book here

  • Green Mountain Tiny House

Picture a tiny house but like really country farm chic in the middle of the woods.

Book here

A more elegant affair

  • Mountain Top Inn & Resort | Chittenden, VT

Not only does this 740-acre property have some of the most stunning views you’re going to find while eating a pork brisket sandwich, their chefs also know how to win you over. Yum yums served poolside and packed picnics to take on pontoon boat adventures through Vermont’s fall foliage? Umm… Yes please! Sign me up babe. Book here.

  • Castle Hill Resort & Spa | Proctorsville, VT

This is about the closest thing you can get to an English countryside style manor in Vermont. Surrounded by the a lush, colorful forest in the Green Mountains come Fall, this hotel is listed on the National Historic Hotels of America.

Book here

Geeves standing outside of Shelburne Farm's property in Shelburne, Vermont
The Inn at Shelburne Farms

Rustic farmhouse chic…

  • The Inn at Shelburne Farms | Shelburne, VT

If you appreciate the feel of a rustic country farmhouse but want a more elegant and sophisticated experience mixed with cozy B&B vibes, try this grand Inn at Shelburne Farms. It’s simply breathtaking how gorgeous the property is.

Book here

  • Big Picture Farm | Townshend, VT

We are talking about a farmhouse with hella rustic vibes. Get to know Big Picture Farm’s happy goats (who each have their own cartoon btw), sample their award winning caramels made with goats’ very own milk and stay at the property’s farmhouse.

View of Lake Champlain from my hotel room
View of Lake Champlain’s Fall foliage from my hotel room (Hilton)

Modern with amenities..

  • Hilton Burlington Lake Champlain | Burlington, VT

My stay here was really enjoyable. I’m a big theme queen and loved how they decorated the outside of the hotel for Fall. The view from my room was beautiful. I had a lake backdrop against the Fall foliage. The smores they offered by their bonfire was a nice touch as well. Highly recommend this stay for the Fall.

Book here

  • Courtyard Burlington Harbor | Burlington, VT

When it comes to Marriott properties, the travel junkie perks collector is a little biased. I’m all about the perks baby. If you want peace of mind knowing that your hotel will be clean with great customer service and modern amenities, give this hotel a shot. Fall foliage surrounds the property making the view from your hotel room absolutely stunning. They even have fire pits to snuggle up to outside.

Book here

That’s a Wrap!

I hope you enjoyed my guide about Vermont in the Fall! I had a lot of fun writing it. Hopefully it helps you plan your Fall getaway to Vermont!

Have you been to Vermont? Would you go? Let me know in the comments below!

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Until next time… keep it real.

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  1. Corn maze – I was thinking corn maize 😂. The smoked corn cob cheese sounds very interesting. I’d like to try it.

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