- TripBuzz found 46 things to do with kids in or near St. Johnsbury, Vermont, including 37 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Franconia, East Burke, Whitefield and Bethlehem.
- From Dog Mountain to Gold Crown Lanes, the St. Johnsbury area offers 65 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Observatories & Planetariums, Family Fun Center and Dog Park.
- Located just ten miles northwest of the Connecticut River, the city of St. Johnsbury offers visitors access to many outdoor recreational attractions and indoor amenities. The city offers many lodging, dining and shopping options in the city's downtown , as well as yoga studios, art venues, museums, fishing, hunting and archery.
One mile north of East Burke village, D-N-D Stables is open from May to November since 1998. Scenic trails for all ability levels. Where riders get the true riding experience. Small and personal -- fun and friendly -- owner goes with every ride. Allows cantering. Western tack.
D-N-D Stables Guided Trail Rides offers horseback rides in the Vermont countryside led by experienced guides. The stables offer ring rides for younger riders, foliage rides in the autumn to take in the changing leaves, and long rides by arrangement.
Fiddleheads is a specialty boutique stocking products from local, regional and national artists and artisans including jewellery, blown glass, and body products. An on-site art gallery shows and sells works by local artists.
A two-screen movie theater with 600 seats, Jax Cinemas Jr displays first-run feature films using digital projection. The theater offers facility rental for private events, high-back chairs and a concession area with food and drinks.
The site where Cabot cheeses are made can be viewed through the Cabot Visitors Center & Tour which allows for a great deal of education. Visitors can learn about the history of Cabot, cheese making, and even Vermont agriculture.
Acting as a multi-use trail system in Northeast Vermont, Kingdom Trails has even been voted as the Best Mountain Bike Trail Network in the area. In addition to biking, visitors can enjoy hiking in the summer and snowmobiling in the winter.
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The Rocks Estate and Christmas Tree Farm lies on 1400 acres of property. In addition to the Christmas tree farm in the Winter, they also offer hiking, biking, and tours of the maple production in the Spring.
Constructed in 1832, the Bath Covered Bridge is the 5th to stand on the current site. Built with a Burr Truss design, the bridge crosses the Amonoosuc River, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.