- TripBuzz found 99 things to do with kids in or near Waterbury, Vermont, including 95 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Stowe, Burlington, Montpelier and South Burlington.
- From Little River State Park to Vermont State of, the Waterbury area offers 72 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Theaters, Factory Tours and Movie Theaters.
- Named in honor and memory of the settlers from Waterbury, Connecticut, Waterbury, Vermont is located amongst the valleys and rivers of the Green Mountains. Outdoor activities for visitors include skiing, hiking, swimming, canoeing, and more in the Waterbury Reservoir or Winooski River. Shopping and visits to the Cider Mill, Wine Bar, Beer Cellar, Ice Center, and Sled Dog Aquarium are also local attractions unique to Waterbury.
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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Root's Ski & Snowboard provides ski and snowboard rental packages, used equipment at reasonable rates, and overnight tune-ups for skis and boards. Open daily an hour before the Killington ski lifts.
Country Dreams Farm is a working farm that offers visitors a glimpse of 19th century life complete with period costumes. Open daily throughout the summer for groups of all sizes, the farm also offers winter sleigh rides by reservation.
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.
Hikers, bicyclists, snowshoers, and vacationers can experience the area's natural beauty while enjoying quaint accommodations with Country Inns Along the Trail. Guests can spend their days exploring and return in the evenings to relaxing comfortable rooms and fine dining.
Historic and artistic exhibits are available at the Vermont Marble Museum that is part of the Vermont Marble Trail, which is a driving tour along the geological marble corridor. One of the most popular permanent exhibits studies the construction of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.