Killington, Vermont is a town in Rutland County, located on VT Route 100 in the "Crossroads of Vermont" region, just 35 minutes from the Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport. Perfectly situated in the Green Mountains, Killington has some of the highest and most varied mountain terrain in all of New England, and is home to the popular Killington Resort ski area.
Killington Lodging and Dining in Killington
The Killington Region is an all-season vacation destination. Choose from a variety of Killington lodging options for your vacation in Vermont, from luxury Killington VT hotels to cozy bed and breakfasts in Killington VT and more. The town is famous for its legendary nightlife and there are many wonderful places to eat in Killington. Whether you're looking for fine dining or casual restaurants in Killington VT, there's something for everyone.
Killington Weddings and Conferences in Killington
Discover all the resources you'll need to plan your perfect event in Killington. Whether you're planning a destination wedding in Killington VT, a local family reunion in the Killington area, or a business conference in Killington, you'll find the backdrop and facilities for all tastes and wishes. From Killington reception halls to conference rooms in Killington, you'll find the perfect location to host your events in Killington Vermont.
Killington Real Estate
Whether you're looking for a Killington vacation rental, or a new house in Killington, real estate in Killington VT comes in a variety of sizes. Many real estate properties are near Killington Mountain, making it very attractive for visitors to the area, but Killington real estate isn't just for visitors. Many residents marvel at the beautiful scenery, the quality of life and access to activities and events in Killington.
Things to do in Killington
From skiing in Killington VT to playing a round at Killington Golf Course, to the abundant nightlife in Killington, there's always something to do in Killington. Great skiing can be found at Killington Mountain Resort and Pico Mountain, with Okemo Mountain Resort just 30 minutes south (Ludlow) and Suicide Six about 35 minutes east (Pomfret). During the warmer months, enjoy mountain biking, golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, and more.
Quick Facts About Killington
Latitude / Longitude: 43.66 N / 72.79 W
Zip Code(s): 05751
Population (2010): 811
Elevation: 1,841 feet | Land Area: 46.6 sq mi
Town Clerk: 802-422-3243
Nearest Hospitals: Rutland Regional Medical Center
Nearest Airports: Rutland Southern Vermont Regional Airport, Burlington International Airport (2hrs North)
Nearest Amtrak: Killington (RTE4), and Rutland (RUD)
|Colleges/Universities: Green Mountain College. Nearby: a branch of the Community College of Vermont (12.7 miles SW), Castleton State College (26.6 miles W). Vermont Law School (29.5 miles NE), Dartmouth College (39.2 miles E).||Top Employers: Killington Mountain Resort|
|Tourist Attractions: Killington Mountain Resort, Pico Mountain, Green Mountain National Golf Course.|
Fun Fact: The town was originally named Killington but in 1800 it was renamed Sherburne in honor of Colonel Benjamin Sherburne, one of the original grantees. Because there was so much confusion when people were looking for Killington (not realizing that they actually wanted Sherburne), in 1999 the name was changed back to Killington.
Nearby Cities and Towns:
Region 7: Crossroads of Vermont | Chittenden (2.9 miles NW) | Pittsfield (2.7 miles NW) | Rutland (City) | Rutland Town (3.1 miles W) | Stockbridge (2.7 miles NE) | Bridgewater (2.6 miles SE) | Plymouth (3.1 miles SE) | Mendon (2.3 miles W)
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