Stowe Area Guides:
Stowe, Vermont is located in north-central Vermont, about 10 miles north of I-89 and just 45 minutes east of Burlington, the state's largest city. The village of Stowe is home to Vermont's highest peak, Mount Mansfield, and offers an historic and vibrant community with all the charm of a traditional New England village, and more.
Choose from a variety of Stowe lodging options for your vacation in Vermont, from luxury Stowe VT hotels and ski resorts in Stowe, to classic Vermont inns and Stowe bed and breakfasts. There are also many wonderful places to eat in Stowe. Enjoy a variety of options, from fine dining to casual restaurants in Stowe. Whether you are in town for business or pleasure, you'll enjoy your stay in Stowe, Vermont.
If you're planning an event in Vermont, Stowe has a lot to offer. The village's breathtaking scenery makes a destination wedding in Stowe VT an ideal choice, and the many amenities allow for Stowe conferences of various sizes. From Stowe reception halls to conference rooms in Stowe, you'll find the perfect location to host your events in Stowe Vermont.
If you can't get enough of the New England charm of Stowe village, a nearby vacation home, year-round home or vacation rental in Stowe VT may be just what you're looking for. Whether you plan to visit, build, or rent, there are many options for buying and selling real estate in Stowe Vermont.
There are many fun things to do in Stowe and the surrounding area. For winter fun, skiing in Stowe is one of the many highlights of the area and Stowe is often known as the "Ski Capital of the East." Enjoy shopping in Stowe's historic downtown area, or enjoy a round at the Stowe Golf Course during the warmer months, and be sure not to miss the breathtaking Vermont fall foliage each year. In 2010, Yankee Magazine listed several Vermont towns in their slideshow of "Top 25 Foliage Towns in New England," including Stowe and nearby Jeffersonville, home to Smugglers Notch Resort, "America's Family Resort."
As you can tell, Stowe is an ideal destination year-round. If you enjoy exciting activities, scenic vistas, golfing, skiing and fine restaurants, Stowe Vermont has it all!
Region 2: Stowe-Smugglers Notch | Smugglers Notch (12 miles NW) | Jeffersonville (12 miles NW) | Morristown (2.7 miles NE) | Morrisville (2.8 miles NE) | Hyde Park (3.1 miles NE) | Elmore (3.1 miles E) | Worcester (3.0 miles SE) | Waterbury (2.9 miles SW) | Bolton (3.2 miles SW)
Sundays, 10/9, 11/13, 12/11, 1/8, 2/5. Gather together to share new skills and sewing projects in community. Bring pants to mend, garments to alter, and sewing problems seeking solutions. No instruction-- open sewing time. Sewing machines and basic notions provided. Donations appreciated.
The 43rd Stowe Winter Carnival celebrates the 2017 winter season, as we highlight many reasons why people visit our winter wonderland of Stowe! From January 14 to January 28, Stowe shines with 20+ major activities for both young and old, from zany sports events, Ice Carving Competitions, ski movies, Kids Carnival Kaos, a NEW Broomball Tournament and Beer garden event and the infamous Snowgolf and Snowvolleyball tournaments. Tour the town, while watching Professional Ice Carvers create elegant and masterful Ice carvings throughout the village on Demonstration Day, Friday January 20th and experience the 17th Annual NICA sanctioned Ice Carving Competition on Saturday January 21st at Stowe Mountain Resort’s Spruce Peak Plaza, from 11 – 3 pm.
The east coasts biggest and best gay ski event, attracting hundreds of LGBTQ skiers and riders to Stowe, for a diverse lineup of activities, parties and entertainment featuring legendary voice impersonator, Jimmy James and comedian Julie Goldman. There is something for everyone, skiers and non-skiers alike at Winter Rendezvous. Five days of wintry bliss.
In It for the Long Run: A Musical Odyssey is Jim Rooney's first hand account of more than five decades of success as a performer, concert promoter, songwriter, music publisher and Grammy winning record producer. Jim's musical journey includes working with some of the biggest names in American music including Bob Dylan, James Taylor, Bill Monroe, Muddy Waters, Alison Krauss and John Prine. Jim managed Cambridge's Club 47, a catalyst of the '60's folk music boom, and worked as a talent coordinator and director at the Newport Folk Festival where he had a front row seat to Dylan "going electric". In 2009 he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Music Association. Jim's book will be for sale and signing will be available. Light refreshments will be provided. 7pm in the Community Room, Stowe Free Library, 90 Pond Street, Stowe, VT
This NYC based international artist, inventor, and engineer will activate the galleries with past work and new initiatives focused on environmental issues.