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10 Stunning Towns You Have To See For Yourself In The Fall Season

Stowe, Vermont

Stowe in fall.
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Our first pick is a great family-friendly fall destination, particularly for those households with younger children that are keen on exploring the great outdoors. If you want to lose yourself in a stunning fall vista, Stowe, Vermont is the perfect place to do it.

The 5.3-mile recreation path can be tackled by foot or with bike rentals so for nature-loving families this should prove to be just the right amount for a pleasant day trip under the brightly colored foliage. We guarantee you’ll want nothing more than to spend hours exploring the meadows and crossing the West Branch River over one or more of its 11 bridges.

Another activity loved by parents is paddling downriver to the Maple Outlet in Jeffersonville, where tourists and locals alike are invited to learn about the process of making maple syrup. What better way to end the 1 – ½ hour morning paddle?

You’ll also find a village for shopping and strolling, theaters, 5-star restaurants, and galleries to visit. The Depot Street Malt Shoppe is a fan favorite with it’s 1950’s style decor. Kids will also love to visit the Cold Hollow Cider Mill and the Percy Farm Corn Maze.

We recommend staying at the Trapp Family Lodge, named after the real von Trapp family from the Sound of Music. This historic location is where they relocated after escaping Nazi Europe.

Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa might be a perfect pick for families that want to please everyone, mom, dad, and kids! You can pamper yourself all you want without straying too far from Stowe village for evening outings.

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