Brandon Vermont is a town in Rutland County, in a region known as the "Crossroads of Vermont." While summer visitors enjoy swimming, camping, boating, and kayaking at nearby Lake Dunmore, winter visitors can enjoy nearby downhill skiing at Killington and Pico Resort or Middlebury College's Snow Bowl.
Famous American folk artist Warren Kimble currently resides in Brandon. Some historic residents of Brandon include biblical scholar Thomas Jefferson Conant; inventors of the electric motor and electric locomotive, Thomas & Emily Davenport; and 1860 Democratic nominee for President, Stephen A. Douglas.
Join us at Blueberry Hill Inn in Goshen, Vermont, for our annual Farm-To-Table Dinner and Garden Party! Celebrate all the tastes of Vermont summer with a 5-course meal in our garden, featuring local farmers and artisans. Go to blueberryhillinn.com/farmer for more information or to make reservations.