New Adventures In Vermont

Randolph is in the geographic center of Vermont, making the Three Stallion Inn your ideal place to stay while experiencing all Vermont has to offer.
Listed below are some of Vermont’s activities and attractions organized by region.

Randolph Area

Turkey Hill Farm

On 50-acres, we operate a raw-milk micro dairy, and take care of five milk cows, chickens, pigs, lambs, a pair of work horses, flower and vegetable gardens, and a maple sugaring operation. In our farmstore, The Moo-tique, we sell our creamline yogurt and fresh cheeses, eggs from pastured hens, frozen pasture-raised meats, artisan pizzas, maple syrup, other local farm products, t-shirts and sweatshirts, and books. We also sell fluid raw milk on the farm.
55 Turkey Hill Rd, Randolph Center, VT 05061

Neighborly Farms of Vermont

1362 Curtis Road
Randolph Center, VT
Visit one of the local family owned farms producing organic cheese, maple syrup and other Vermont products. The Dimmick family will gladly give you a tour of the cows at milking time or of their organic cheese being made (Please call for cheese making schedule).

Vermont History Expo

Tunbridge, VT
June 23-24
Offers children an insight into what makes Vermont special. The children begin with looking at exhibits, a parade, games and treasure hunt, and performances on three stages.

Vermont River Adventures

Gaysville, VT
Take a relaxing tubing trip down the white river with the whole family. Don’t know how to tube down a river? No problem they not only provide the tubes, but lessons as well. (2-4 hour routes available)

Silver Lake State Park & Beach

Barnard, Vermont
The beach has a large grassy area, food concession, rest rooms, changing rooms, as well as boat, canoe and tube rentals!
1-802-234-9451 (Summer Only) 1-800-299-3071 (January-May)

Chandler Music Hall

71-73 Main, Randolph, VT 05060
802-728-9878 |

Vermont Technical College

12 Admin Dr. Randolph Center, VT 05061
802-728-1000 |

Montshire Museum

Norwich, VT
For the first full season, Montshire Museum opens a 250-foot long water rill. Participate in dozens of water related exhibits, bird and insect identification, and a tour of the solar system on Planet Walk.

Midnight Mountain

Brookfield, VT
Let horses guide you to unlock your happiness, find your bliss, heal and gain some emotional fluidity. In a world of so much talk, horses help us unlock meaning in our lives in a nonverbal way. They help us learn about nonverbal cues, and unconscious behavior patterns.

Jenny Brook Bluegrass Festival

Tunbridge Fairgrounds, Tunbridge, VT

Tweed River Tubing

2056 VT-100, Stockbridge, VT 05772
802-746-8977 |

Hitching Post Farm

2096 Back River Rd. South Royaton, VT 05068
802-763-8164 |

Woodstock/Quechee Area

Quechee Gorge

Quechee, Vermont
“Vermont’s Little Grand Canyon”! Beautiful vistas 162 feet above the Ottauquechee River. Hiking and walking trails along the mile long chasm, and a picnic area overlooking the waterfalls!

The Quechee Balloon Festival

Quechee, VT
June 15-17
This is not only a balloon festival, but a craft festival as well. There’s live music, crafts, games and of course, hot air balloon flights in the evenings. The Quechee Balloon Festival is a full day of fun for the whole family.

Junior Sugarmaker

Sugarbush Farm in Woodstock, VT
Visit a sugarhouse, walk the maple trails, sample maple syrup, and see the sugar making process. Then receive a Junior Sugarmaking Certificate.

Billings Farm and Museum

Woodstock, Vermont
Annual Children’s Day July 14
This day is filled with many hands on activities such as carding wool, drop-spindle spinning, weaving and chores that contributed the livelihood of the farm. Also, see the animals living on the farm, including cows, sheep, chickens and roosters.

Killington/Rutland Area

Killington Resort

Killington, Vermont

Vermont Marble Museum

Proctor, Vermont
Experience “Earth Alive!”, the one of a kind mural depicts Earths composition, planetary relationships, volcanic environments and cave environments. In addition, visit the theatre or try carving with our artists in resident sculpting.

Waitsfield/Warren/Sugarbush Area

Sugarbush Resort

Warren, Vermont

Mad River Glen

Waitsfield, Vermont

Explore Vermont on Horseback

Waitsfield, Vermont
The Vermont Icelandic Horse Farm in Waitsfield offers winter trail rides of varying lengths on gaited horses from Iceland.

Monpelier/Barre Area

Vermont’s Historic State House

Montpelier, Vermont
The smallest capital city in America! The house and senate chambers are the oldest legislative chambers in their original condition anywhere in the country! Open Monday-Friday, year round, except on state holidays.

Rock of Ages Visitors Center

Barre, Vermont
Each year people from all over the world come to see the World’s largest dimension granite quarries located in Barre, “The Granite Center of the World”. The Visitors Center houses geological displays and features fine quality granite gifts!

Waterbury Area

Ben & Jerry’s Guided Factory Tours

Waterbury, VT
The tour starts with a movie, then get a bird’s eye view of the ice cream making process, and finally end the tour in the FlavoRoom for delicious samples.
1-800-BJ TOURS

Cold Hollow Cider Mill

Waterbury Center, Vermont
See cider being made the old fashioned way, and watch real bees making honey in the honey corner.

Who serves the best maple creamee?

Dakin Farm in Ferrisburg 1-800-993-2546
Morse Farm Sugar Works in Montpelier 1-802-223-2740
Cold Hollow Cider Mill in Waterbury 1-802-244-8771
Carman Brook Maple Farm in Swanton 1-802-868-2347

Vermont Country Fairs

Held throughout the summer and fall months, visitors and locals can get together to view livestock exhibits, granstand shows and enjoy the traditional fair concessions and rides! There are more than twenty fairs, including the Caledonia County Fair in its 135th year! Listed below are some of our favorites:

Champlain Valley Fair

Essex Junction, Vermont
August 25 – September 23

Tunbridge Worlds Fair

Tunbridge, Vermont
September 13 – 16

Vermont State Fair

Rutland, Vermont
August 31 – September 9