- Our list of the best things to do in Waitsfield, Vermont, features the top 119 nearby activities — including 57 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Waitsfield, VT has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Museums & Galleries, Sights & Landmarks, and Entertainment & Shows.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Waitsfield, VT , followed by 108 popular activities in nearby cities, including Stowe, Middlebury, Montpelier, Barre, Shelburne, Waterbury, South Burlington, Vergennes, Charlotte, Waterbury Center, Essex, Burlington, Killington, Warren, Granville and Richmond
Visit the resort with panoramic views that were enjoyed by President's and business tycoons alike, Pine Bluff Golf Resort. Featuring golf and stay packages that include access to Lake Champlain, kayaking rentals, and other fine amenities.
NEK Adventures offers guided scenic ATV tours of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, with snowmobile tours available in winter. Tours include a vehicle training session. Snowmobile rentals in winter allow access to the region's extensive trails.
Housed in a quirky old farmhouse, Grand Isle Art Works provides interesting spaces for the display of arts and fine crafts in a gallery-like setting. Guests can also purchase the creations of local artists in addition to participating in classes.
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Both guided outdoor tours and recreational activities are provided by Montgomery Adventures – Day Tours throughout all four seasons. Popular excursions include snowshoeing, dog sledding, cross country skiing, and ice fishing in the winter with kayaking, camping, and photography tours in the summer.
Engaging performances in plays and musicals by national and regional talent define the arts at the Briggs Opera House. The venue provides audiences with an intimate setting to watch well-crafted, affordable theater productions.
Set on a 150-acre private property, Dog Mountain is a leash-free zone where pet owners are encouraged to bring their dogs. The property is designed with several trails, fields and pools inviting dogs to play, run and swim with their owners and other dogs.
Located on Dog Mountain, the Dog Chapel is a pet-friendly chapel built by artist Stephen Huneck, dedicated to the celebration and appreciation of dogs. Visitors are encouraged to bring a photo of a departed dog to leave on the inner walls of the building.
Visitors to the Main Street Museum can partake in viewing live music, an art gallery, and a variety of artifacts from the local Vermont area. The museum also offers event space to rent for parties and weddings.