A Vermont vacation is a great way to get the kids to unplug from the Internet and reconnect with family. With so many ways to get in touch with nature, this region promises ample ways to experience delicious food, enjoy the fresh air and create lasting memories.
Sometimes on vacation, we like to travel to places that we know our Wi-Fi reception won’t always have full bars. The mountains are always a great idea for adventure experiences like this. After a while, the children eventually give up trying to play their favorite games and, instead, focus on being present which is what family vacations are all about.
As New York residents, my family has had the chance to visit Vermont several times throughout the years and during all different seasons. Whether you are looking to hit the slopes in the winter months, witness the leaves turn during the fall, explore the trails or hike on some of the most incredible paths in New England during the summer, this state offers it all. So, plan a family vacation here whenever you can – something will always be waiting for you.
How to Get There
Fly into Burlington International Airport (BTV) and pick up your Alamo Rent-A-Car, which makes it really easy to get around with the kids.
Where to Stay in Vermont
There are two different options when it comes to family vacations in Vermont. You can do a quaint bed-and-breakfast to truly slow things down, or you can stay at a hotel/resort that caters to children and has scheduled activities with them in mind. We have done both and really enjoyed both experiences.