Vermont Vacation Information Sources
VT Chambers of Commerce & Tourism Info
There is plenty of free travel and tourism information available from the State of Vermont. The Vermont Regional Information Centers are located along the states major interstate highways. I-91 and I-89 Information Centers are a good source of free regional and statewide vacation information. There are dozens of free catalogs and travel brochures with information about our Vermont Inns, Resorts, Restaurants, Attractions, and many other Vermont businesses. Ask us about VT Vacation Information or Relocation assistance. To share comments or to feature your Vermont business, contact us. Thank you for visiting Vermont Living Magazine.
Vermont Information Sources
Okemo Valley Regional Chamber of Commerce, 57 Pond Street, Ludlow, VT 05149 | 802-228-5830
We serve the Towns of Andover (known for VAST Snowmobile Trails), Baltimore (home to pastoral farms), Cavendish (known for trophy trout fishing); Chester (known for Arts & Antiques); Grafton (home to award winning cheese), Londonderry (home to Magic Mountain), Ludlow (home of Okemo Mountain Resort), Mount Holly (famous for Cider Days); Plymouth (home to Pres. Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site), Shrewsbury (home to Vermont's finest maple syrup), Weathersfield (home to artisan wood products) and Weston (home to the original Vermont Country Store).
Visit the Okemo Valley Chamber of Commerce - Ludlow, VT
The Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 111, Hardwick, VT 05843 | 802-624-3930
Let The Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce introduce you to the towns of Cabot, Craftsbury, Greensboro, Hardwick, Walden, Wolcott, Woodbury, Stannard. Cool summer lakes; miles of winter snow trails; art; agriculture; inspiration and innovation. Simply beautiful, Beautifully Simple.
Visit Heart of Vermont Chamber of Commerce
The Vermont Department of Travel & Tourism and the Vermont Chamber of Commerce will mail information to you at no charge. You may write to them at the addresses shown below. Think VT is a business-friendly initiative operated by the State of Vermont. They also can provide additional Vermont Relocation Information.
Vermont Chamber of Commerce
PO Box 37
Montpelier, VT 05601
Vermont Department of Travel & Tourism
134 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
Ph: 802-828-3236 / 1-800-VERMONT
The smallest (by population) of the six New England states Vermont is home to more than half a million people. For more information visit our Vermont Town Guide. For more information about New England, visit www.northernnewengland.com.
Vermont was admitted to the United States on March 4, 1791.
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