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Spring in the Green Mountains

Why do we love spring in the Green Mountains at Sterling Ridge Log Cabins? For lots of reasons! Spring in the Green Mountain state of Vermont means budding trees and flowers, birds returning, festivals, hiking, fishing, maple sugar season and a lot more! A sure sign of spring is all the budding trees and flowers…

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Your Vermont Vacation is Waiting

Planning your Vermont vacation to Sterling Ridge Log Cabins? There is a lot going on this spring starting in March. The sweetest treat for your Vermont Vacation is Vermont maple syrup! If you haven’t heard, it’s sugaring time! Your Vermont vacation this spring should include a trip to one of the many sugar houses. While…

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Jeffersonville Restaurants – Eat-in or Take-out!

The restaurants are a short drive from Sterling Ridge Log Cabins. Yes, all cabins have fully equipped kitchens to cook your own meals, but that doesn’t mean you wouldn’t want a night out. Jeffersonville boasts chef owned/operated establishments that serve local, fresh ingredients and friendly smiles. The Family Table, located on Vermont RT 15 in Jeffersonville,…

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Events That Made 2015 Awesome!

Sterling Ridge Log Cabins Top 4 Favorite Events of 2015 Sterling Ridge Log Cabins has had several events that made 2015 wonderful for us. Not only did we welcome guests – returning and new – we opened up the grounds to the community with fun events for all to enjoy. Here is a list of…

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Vermont Snow Days are for Adventure!

Vermont snow is the best! Let it snow at Sterling Ridge Log Cabins! When Vermont snow blankets our mountains and meadows, our lakes and streams and rooftops, our beautiful corner of Vermont becomes more beautiful, more magical, still. The ways to enjoy the snow at Sterling Ridge Log Cabins are as countless and unique as…

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Thanksgiving in Vermont

[av_textblock size=” font_color=” color=”] “Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.” ~Melody Beattie Thanksgiving in Vermont at at Sterling…

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Foliage Activities In and Around Stowe

Sterling Ridge Log Cabins, located only 30 minutes from Stowe, has Foliage activities for everyone! There may be no better way to describe Vermont in October and its unspoiled landscape of green that bursts into a breathtaking palette of apricot, crimson, plum, scarlet, and ochre than, spectacular! Nature dazzles with her brilliant show every autumn in the northeast, and…

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Apples and Log Cabins in Vermont

  At Sterling Ridge Log Cabins, September in Vermont means a remarkable change of seasons and an abundant crop of APPLES! Vermont hosts countless varieties of apples grown here, which make perfect way to celebrate the bounty and beauty of fall in Vermont. An apple a day may keep the doctor away, but why stop at just one? The…

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5 August Festivals You Must Attend

There sure are a lot of “Fs” in August around Sterling Ridge Resort! No—really! Because in our beautiful neck of the woods, August has Festivals, Fairs, Food, Flea markets and old-Fashioned Fun! The 7th annual Festival of the Arts, sponsored by the Cambridge Arts Council, will be held just down the road from Sterling Ridge…

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Summer Living at Sterling Ridge

Looking for a Vermont resort with pool? Pool? Yes! At long last… it’s summer at Sterling Ridge Log Cabins in Vermont!  There were times during this last winter when we doubted we’d ever see those lazy of summer again, too—but the sun is out, and we are, too! There is something so wonderfully carefree about…

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A Vermont Wedding Come True

We are never so honored as when a couple chooses to have their wedding in Vermont at Sterling Ridge Resort. A wedding is the most important invent in a couple’s lives. Each one is as special and as beautiful as the couples themselves, and bring with them a lifetime of wonderful memories. The view of the…

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Gone Fishing in Vermont

If people concentrated on the really important things in life, there’d be a shortage of fishing poles. ~Doug Larson, American journalist It’s as American as apple pie: dropping a fishing line in a still pond or casting into a fast moving stream. Fishing is a wonderful combination of sport, art and the chance to enjoy…

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