- The list below includes 74 free or cheap things to do in or near Stratton Mountain, Vermont, including 86 different types of inexpensive activities like Pubs, Tennis, Art Gallery and National & State Parks.
- From Stratton Tennis School to Green Door Pub, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Stratton Mountain and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Manchester, Arlington, Bennington and Wilmington.
Climbers of all ages and skill levels can enjoy the TimberQuest Park treetop adventure course. Within the layout of the course there are over 20 ziplines and 75 challenges of varying difficulty, including a rope bridge and cargo nets.
Learn how to fish at Orvis Fly Fishing School. Scheduled at many scenic destinations all over the world, one or two day classes and trips are offered. Along with fly fishing, trout and steelhead fishing schools are also available.
Constructed in the early 1900s, Hildene was the family estate of Robert Todd Lincoln, son of Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln. Visit the Georgian Revival-style house, grounds and gardens. Highlights include a 1000-pipe organ played daily, farm, original 1835 one-room schoolhouse and a restored wooden Pullman rail …
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1005 Hildene Road, Manchester, VT 05254 MoreLess Info
Hildene, The Lincoln Family Home was the summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln, the eldest son of President Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd Lincoln. The Home is open to guests for tours of the home, grounds and walking trails.
A group of local artists founded the Southern Vermont Arts Center in a historic Georgian mansion. Along with a permanent collection of more than 700 paintings, the center offers changing exhibits and a performing arts theater.
A year-round facility offering a variety of seasonal activities, Lowell Lake State Park is equipped with hiking trails for nature walks and snowshoeing in the winter. A nearby lake is also accessible for swimming, kayaking and fishing.
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6328 Historic Route 7a, Arlington, VT 05250 MoreLess Info
Offerings canoe trips from their base Vermont location since 1983, the BattenKill Canoe Day Trips have become a popular attraction in the region. Their focus is on travel for small groups and families, but individual trips can be arranged as well.