Roaming the streets of Downtown Middlebury is like roaming into a living history. In fact, the village is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The buildings, although aging, are incredibly well maintained. They house a multitude of inviting local shops, book stores, restaurants, art galleries.
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If you’re looking for a special souvenir to commemorate your visit, you’re sure to find it at Danforth Pewter. The factory and associated store are located in Middlebury, but almost every little town we’ve visited near Killington Mountain Lodge has a Danforth store.
If you’re seeking the best drink menu on the mountain in an atmosphere that will transport you to a time when drinks like these were best consumed in secret, head to the modern-day speakeasy known as On the Rocs.
Although it may appear to be a gas station that serves deli, we like to think of Phat Italian as more of a deli that serves gas.
Seriously, the fuel for your car is second to the food for your belly, which is so good you might accidentally forget to fill up the SUV.
Make a day out of your visit to Church Street Marketplace and Waterfront Park in Burlington.
Although it’s nearly 2 hours from Killington Mountain Lodge, the experience is well worth the drive.
About a 30-minute drive from Killington Mountain Lodge, you’ll find some of the flattest water around – perfect for fishing, hiking, paddle boarding and kayaking.
It rained today. And that got us thinking, ‘Hey, it rains sometimes.’
Don’t let a little storm get you down. Luckily, we’ve got you covered (like an umbrella) … so you can enjoy your vacation, even when the weather is far from enjoyable.
This three-floor nightclub has been the place to see and be seen, to hear and be heard since the 1960s.
When Phillip and Joy Black were in high school together, we wonder if they dreamed they’d own one of the coolest hangout spots in Killington.
After working for 10 years in the service industry and getting to know the ski town clientele, the couple opened the Lookout Tavern in 2000, at the former site of Killington’s oldest ski lodge.
Just to get things straight before we begin. The Woodstock you’ll discover on this screen is not the Woodstock of hippie folklore, where girls in flower crowns kissed boys in bell bottoms to the Greatest Hits of the 60s.