- TripBuzz found 40 things to do with kids in or near Brandon, Vermont, including 36 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Killington, Rutland, Middlebury and Proctor.
- From Maple View Farm Alpacas to Mount Horrid Observation Site, the Brandon area offers 83 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Farms & Ranches, Historic Sites and Observation Decks.
- An eclectic town in Vermont, Brandon features both cultural and art related events throughout the year. This includes outdoor musical concerts and an array of fine artists and galleries where jewelry, glass and paintings can be seen. Home to the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area, tourists also visit the area to experience the hiking trails, enjoy fishing or go camping in the mountains.
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Rte. 100 1/2 mi north of U.S. 4, Killington, VT MoreLess Info
Giffords Woods State Park hosts recreational hiking trails through old growth forest and fishing spots at Kent Pond. Well-maintained campgrounds have fire pits, storage lean-tos, and areas for tents or RVs.
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1 Park Street, Middlebury, VT 05753 MoreLess Info
A very old museum, Henry Sheldon Museum of Vermont History contains an array of exhibits, displays and artifacts.With antique furnishings, paintings and historical documents, the museum is ideal for families, schools and youth groups.
Hiking and general walking is available at the Robert Frost Wayside Trail through the dense foliage of the Green Mountains. In addition to the natural setting and views, pieces of poems by Robert Frost are placed along the trail for reading.
The Robert Frost Interpretive Trail is a 1.2 mile loop pathway which gives scenic views of the surrounding mountains. Adorned along the trail is the poetry of Frost himself, and a beaver pond boardwalk is also crossed en route.
Killington's McLaughlin Falls are stunning waterfalls that provide visitors with remarkable natural views. The surrounding woods are particularly scenic in the fall. A hiking and biking trail takes visitors right up to the falls.