The Mad River Valley is one of Vermont's most majestic areas. Whatever your outdoor inclination, you'll find adventure waiting around every corner. The rich farmland and commitment to a local way of life means small, independent and locally driven businesses--giving one of Vermont's biggest tourist destinations a welcoming, small town community feel.
Vermont farm producing certified organic vegetables & fruits. They also produce maple syrup, have pick your own (PYO) organic berries, and a farm stand open 7 days per week.
Specializing in certified organic blueberries and grass-fed Icelandic lamb, stop by their farm stand June - August for PYO blueberries. Call ahead for a farm tour.
Saturday’s from May through October, the whole community turns out on the Mad River Green for live music, fresh produce, Vermont cheese, and local artisans.
From linens, to pottery, to kitchen supplies and Vermont specialty foods, this is a store for your favorite chef. Take one of their many culinary classes and you'll be sure to learn something new.
Take in the Mad River Valley from this stylish and popular historic inn. Set on perennial and organic gardens with a beautiful round barn.
The original home of American Flatbread offers a casual and entertaining evening of good food for the whole family. They don't take reservations. So be sure to show up at 4pm to get on the list . After that grab a drink and hang out by the fire.
This romantic inn offers a relaxed and intimate setting. Perfect for a weekend getaway to explore the Mad River Valley.
Schedule a distillery tour and learn how they make their Vermont made Rum, Whiskey and their Revolution Rye. They also have a tasting room in Burlington, Vermont where you can shop for cocktail accessories, buy Vermont made spirits and have a specialty cocktail.
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