Nearby Attractions in Stowe, Burlington and Jeffersonville VT

Sterling Ridge Log Cabins may be off the beaten path, but there are nearby attractions in Jeffersonville or a bit further in Stowe and the Burlington Vermont areas.

With just a short drive you can experience local attractions, activities, events, and recreation.

Attractions & Activities in the Stowe - Jeffersonville area

Active Fun!

Vermont Canoe and Kayak – Rt. 15, Jeffersonville 802-644-8336In the summer months, take a lazy paddle down the Lamoille with a self guided tour or guided tour such as "Water & Wine" - the only winery tour available!
LVRT (Lamoille Valley Rail Trail) – Jeffersonville
A multi-use, year round recreation trail that spans the northern portion of Vermont. Walk, bike and more just 2 miles from Sterling Ridge.
SegRides of Vermont - On road and Off-road, Jeffersonville 802-598-0002
Segway tours are a fun experience not to be missed!
Arbortrek Canopy Adventures – 1239 Edwards Rd, Jeffersonville 802-644-9300
Escape the everyday and come soar through the canopy of the Green Mountains of Vermont.
Green Mountain Troutfitters - Jeffersonville 802-644-2214
Shop and learn from the guys at who specialize in fly fishing and pretty much anything that involves fishing!
Bass Fishing Vermont - Johnson 802-635-9877
Guided fishing trips around Vermont.
Lajoie Horse Stables – Pollander Road, Jeffersonville 802-644-5347
A family owned and operated Vermont business specializing in horseback riding, sleigh rides and wagon rides.
Stowe Recreation Path – Stowe, 800-24-STOWE
A 6 mile recreation path perfect for cycling, running, inline skating and walking.
Stowe Mountain Summer Attractions – Mt. Mansfield – Stowe, 802-253-3000
Drive, soar or glide on Vermont's highest peak, Mt. Mansfield.

 

Relaxing Fun!
Lost Nation Brewery & Tap Room (Open Wednesday - Sunday 11:30 - 9 pm) Morrisville, 802-851-8041
Located in Morrisville, Vermont, small batch craft brew with great food from local producers.
Rock Art Brewery – tours & tastings, Morrisville, 802-888-9400
Brewery tours and tastings open daily.
Lamoille County Playhouse – Main Street, Hyde Park 802-888-4507
Enjoy a performance in the historic Hyde Park Opera House this is high quality and affordable entertainment that is fun for the whole family.
Ben & Jerry’s Factory Tour – Waterbury, 802-846-1500
One of the world's most famous ice cream makers invites you to take a tour to learn how it all started and get free samples!
Cold Hollow Cider Mill – Waterbury, 800- 3-Apples
Making cider the old fashion way since 1974. Shop, learn and eat at this great Vermont attraction.
Rock of Ages Granite Quarry – Graniteville/Barre, 866-748-6877
Visit the largest operating deep-hole, dimension granite quarry in the world.This mammoth quarry is such a draw, Hollywood came knocking and used it to film a car chase!
ECHO Lake Aquarium & Science Center – Waterfront, Burlington 877-324-6386
This unique aquarium on Lake Champlain takes you on a tour of the Vermont's lake ecosystem.
Lake Champlain Chocolate Factory – Burlington, 802-864-1807
Started in 1983, this Vermont company specializes in local, natural chocolates. See how this tasty treat is made right in their factory.
Vermont Lake Monsters Minor League Baseball – Burlington
Magic Hat Brewery –S. Burlington, 802-658-BREW
Vermont Teddy Bear Factory – Shelburne, 800-829-BEAR
Shelburne Museum – Shelburne, 802-985-3346
Shelburne Farms – Shelburne, 802-985-8686

 

Winter Fun!

Green Mountain Snowmobile Adventures – Jeffersonville 802-644-1438
Guided day and evening tours through Vermont's Green Mountains.
Smugglers Notch Ski Resort – Rt. 108, Smugglers Notch 802-644-8851
Jay Peak Ski Resort – Jay, 802-988-2611
Lajoie Horse Stables – Pollander Road, Jeffersonville 802-644-5347
A family owned and operated Vermont business specializing in horseback riding, sleigh rides and wagon rides.
Eden Dogsledding (year round) – Eden Mtn. Lodge, 802-635-9070
Specializing in dog sled and dog cart rides through northern Vermont.
Northern Lights Rock & Ice Adventure Center- Essex, 802-316-3300
Essex Mini Golf & Batting Cages – Essex, 802-872-8858

 

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