On July 8, 1777, the constitution that created the republic of Vermont was signed making Windsor the birthplace of Vermont. The historic downtown includes the American Precision Museum, Windsor House and Vermont Craft Center, as well as Vermont's birthplace, the Constitution House.
Southern Windsor County offers many recreation possibilities. From its beautiful lakes to the best in skiing and golf -- no matter what season you are here, there's plenty to do in Southern Windsor County. Chester is a skier's paradise, perfectly situated between Okemo Mountain Resort, Bromley & Magic Mountain. You're also only a short scenic drive to the Weston Playhouse, the world famous Vermont Country Store in both Weston and Rockingham. You'll also find shops, restaurants and attractions with church bazaars, summer lawn concerts, country fairs, craft fairs and community suppers thrown in for good
On July 8, 1777, the constitution that created the republic of Vermont was signed making Windsor the birthplace of Vermont. The historic downtown includes the American Precision Museum, Windsor House
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Brownsville, VT - A convenient drive from anywhere in New England, Holiday Inn Club Vacations at Ascutney Mountain Resort is perfect for getting away from it all. This charming four-season retreat in the beautiful Vermont countryside offers spacious villa accommodations and relaxing amenities in the midst of outdoor adventures.
Ludlow, Vermont - The big Vermont ski mountain that gets the little things right. Perks like family pricing, sensible resort layout, and service with a smile. With 98% snowmaking coverage and a commitment to snow quality, varied terrain, and constant mountain improvements we strive for the best snow in the East. Serving our guests is our TOP priority. Come, be our guests this winter at OKEMO.
Ludlow, VT - Okemo Valley includes the Towns of Andover; scenic Cavendish, home of trout fishing on the Black River; Chester, home of the Fall Craft Fair on the Green; Mount Holly famous for Cider Days, Farmers Markets and craft fairs; Ludlow, home of Okemo Mountain Resort, and the Vermont State Zucchini Festival; Plymouth, Site of President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site; and Weston, home of the Vermont Country Store and the Weston Playhouse.