We are seven minutes (by vehicle) from Montpelier, the capital city of Vermont. The town is quaint and full of restaurants, an excellent Vermont history museum, independent movie theater and a very beautiful accessible Statehouse.
It's a well-maintained gravel road. Dicey when it's icy.
next to the rig if the rig is not too long.
We're pretty much unavailable in the winter since most RVs could not navigate the roads when they are icy nor deal with winter temperatures in Vermont.
Rock of Ages Granite Quarry
Adamant Co-op (oldest community owned co-op in New England)
Adamant Music School
Thoroughly enjoyed our overnight stay with our hosts. Gracious people living in a great location. Our hostess toured us through her gardens, which was a special treat for us who struggle with our gardens.
This was my first experience with Boondockers Welcome. Beautiful location and very sweet and hospitable hosts. They gave me great tips in places to see and eat. I look forward to staying with them again.
nice people & location. gave us good advice on things to see. hilly getting there but nice gardens, quiet once your there.