Vermont is one of the least developed states within the USA and has a low population density rate which make it a popular vacation destination when you are looking to escape the city life. Vermont is known as the place to go to for major snow skiing in northeastern USA. The low population density, beautiful countryside, and a long winter season are contributing factors that make it one of the most popular ski destinations in the USA. Accommodations can be found in the surrounding regions of the lakes and ski resorts that make Vermont such a popular destination. There you will find quaint bed and breakfasts, inns and cottages surrounded by beautiful rolling hills. If you are planning a family vacation to Vermont then you will find cottages and cabins that are perfect for relaxing. The major ski resorts in Vermont are Smugglers' Notch, Burke Mountain Ski Area, Bolton Valley, Mad River Glen, Stowe, Killington Ski Resort, Sugarbush, Stratton, Okemo, Suicide Six, Mount Snow and Bromley, Jay Peak. Vermont cottage rentals are a great way to enjoy Vermont activities. Summertime tourists enjoy the quaint villages and New England atmosphere in small towns like Stowe, Manchester, Quechee, Wilmington and Woodstock. Autumn the countryside is dotted with the changing colors of the Maple trees that provide Vermont with their famous maple syrup.

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Killington Large Cottage
Cottage Sleeps 25
Rates 465 - 1450 USD
The Stowe Inn
B&B Sleeps 100
Rates 89 - 309 USD
The Fan House B&B Inn
B&B Sleeps 6
Rates 175 - 240 USD
The Charleston House  B&B Inn
B&B Sleeps 18
Rates 135 - 290 USD

Vermont Vacations: Things to see while on vacation in USA

One of the largest lakes within Vermont is Lake Champlain which stretches between New York, Vermont and Quebec. There are a total of 80 islands in the lake, and 3-4 of the islands have villages with Vermont cottage rentals. Cross country skiing along the Catamount Trail is a favorite sport for backcountry skiers and a great way to travel from one part of the state to the other..