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Area Attractions

Lakes, Parks & Recreation
Jay Peak Pumphouse Jay Peak Pump House - Jay, VT. Jay Peak Resort is well known as one of the best skiing and snowboarding destinations in North America. Now they have opened the Pump House Indoor Water Park. Featuring a flowrider for practicing your surfing skills, multiple water slides, a “Big River” activity river and “La Chute”, the only indoor AquaLoop in the world. Now there is something for everyone to experience Jay Peak Resort all year round!
Crystal Lake State Park Crystal Lake State Park - Barton, VT. Crystal Lake is approximately three miles long and about one mile in width. In some places it is known to be more than 100 feet deep. It is a glacial lake beautifully situated among roughhewn mountain sides. The beach area has almost a mile of sandy shoreline with a marked swimming area. The large historic granite bathhouse has rest rooms, changing areas, and a concession stand. There are approximately 40 free standing charcoal grills, nearly 80 picnic tables, play areas, rental boats and canoes, and lots of parking space.
Willoughby State Forest Willoughby State Forest includes over 7000 gorgeous acres in northern Vermont. Lake Willoughby offers over 1600 acres containing rainbow trout, lake trout, brown trout, landlocked salmon and yellow perch. The South Trail is well known, offering sweeping views from Mt. Pisgah over to Mt. Hor and beyond. Viewing the nesting peregrine falcons and alpine plant life is enjoyed along the Willoughby Cliffs. Vermont foliage season offers spectacular colors from the tops of Mt. Pisgah and Mt. Hor hiking trails.
Kingdom Trails Kingdom Trails - East Burke, VT. Kingdom Trails is a multiple-use trail system unlike any other and recently voted as the Best Trail Network in North America by Bike Magazine in their annual Reader's Poll. We were also the Editors’ Choice in the 2006 edition of the Yankee Magazine Travel Guide to New England, and in their latest issue of the Yankee Magazine we were highlighted as one of the ten “Thrills of a Lifetime”. Enjoy the pastoral and wild setting in the rolling hills of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom while you are Mountain Biking, Hiking, Trail Running, Nordic Skiing and Snowshoeing.
Lake Memphremagog Seymour Lake Shadow Lake Lake Parker - All within 20 minutes.

For information on Hiking in the Northeast Kingdom, visit the Northeast Kingdom Vermont Hiking Guide.

Barton Golf Course • Newport Country Club • Orleans Country Club - All within 15 minutes.
Fairs & Festivals
Orleans Country Fair Orleans County Fair - Barton, VT. Welcome to the tradition of the 144th Orleans County Fair located just off Interstate 91 (exit 25) in the Northeast Kingdoms scenic Barton, Vermont. This is an old-time agricultural county fair with entertainment and fun for the entire family. Children one year of age to 100 will enjoy the animal exhibits and judging shows. Agricultural displays include; horticulture display, arts & crafts, wool spinning, farm machinery dealer display, antique farm machinery. The evening entertainment is comprised of 4x4 truck pulling and the Demolition Derby. Experience a historic county fair in a picturesque setting!
Caledonia County Fair Caledonia County Fair - Lyndonville, VT. Featuring truck, tractor, oxen, and horse pulls. Horse, poultry, alpaca, rabbit, cattle, and sheep shows and displays. Gymkhana. Children’s barnyard. Haflinger horses. Maple display. Antique tractor rodeo. Great DreamLand Amusement rides and games. 4H gardens and floral exhibits. So much you can't do it all in one day!
Irasburg Church Fair Irasburg Church Fair - Irasburg, VT. Held on the 3rd Saturday in July. Juried crafts, baked goods, flower market, fudge, auctions, homemade ice cream, childrens games, BBQ, parade and fireworks. Also live theather performances and dixieland band.
Northeast Kingdom AquaFest Northeast Kingdom Aquafest - Newport, VT. Join us for a great celebration of summer.  The week kicks off with our traditional 4th of July Celebration with bands and fireworks in Gardner Park. The week culminates on July 9th with a great Street Fair, Arts on Main, Music on Main, Chowderfest, BBQ, Fireworks, and Street Dance with Changes in Latitude, the best Jimmy Buffett Tribute Band this side of Margueritaville. Free and open to the public!
Museums, Arts & Culture
Bread and Puppet Theater and Museum Bread and Puppet Theater and Museum - Glover, VT. The Theater was founded in 1962–1963 in New York City. It was active during the Vietnam War in anti-war protests, primarily in New York. In 1970 the Theater moved to Vermont, first to Goddard College in Plainfield, and then to a farm in Glover where it still resides. The farm is home to a cow, several pigs, puppeteers and chickens, as well as indoor and outdoor performance spaces, a printshop, store and large museum showcasing over four decades of the company's work. The Bread & Puppet Theater has received National Endowment for the Arts grants and numerous awards from the Puppeteers of America and other organizations.
Old Stone House Museum Old Stone House Museum - Browington, VT. Located in a quiet and picturesque Northeast Kingdom village, the museum includes six buildings on fifty five acres.  Seemingly untouched by time, this hillside town is centered around a monumental stone dormitory, called Athenian Hall, built in 1834-36 by the Rev. Alexander Twilight, the nation’s first African-American college graduate and state legislator.  The stone house now houses 21 rooms of exhibits focusing on 19th century life in northern Vermont. The collection includes furniture, textiles, photographs, pottery, folk and fine art, and many of the tools and utensils of daily life. The exhibits continue in Twilight’s own house, two more historic houses and a traditional barn.
Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium - The Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium is much more than Northern New England’s museum of natural history — it is a place to marvel at the wonders of our world.  Perfect for families and visitors of all ages, the Fairbanks Museum invites you to explore your universe. The Museum holds over 175,000 objects from an eclectic permanent collection, including natural science specimens, historical artifacts, archival photographs and documents, and ethnological treasures. Changing and long-term exhibits focus on aspects of culture, art and technology relating to the history, traditions and landscape of the Great Northern Forest. The Museum is home to the only public planetarium in Vermont, where you can explore the cosmos, guided by one of our astronomy experts.

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