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Mountain Meadows Lodge

The newly renovated Mountain Meadows Lodge features modern, luxurious comfort set in a 180-year-old historic Cow barn & Farmhouse. Lying on six tranquil acres on the banks of the 100 acre Kent Pond, this boutique lodge offers a refreshing take on contemporary mountain lodging, blending 180-year-old beams with a modern farmhouse finish. The Mountain Meadows […]

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Eagles Nest Studio

Eagles Nest Studio is Killington’s newest healing center offering yoga, sound healing, naturopathic medicine, Ayurveda and more! They have group classes, private sessions and cooking consultations to help you unite your mind, body and spirit through meditation, breath work, philosophy, physical movement, and behavior principles. The studio is located in the old Mountain Meadows cross-country ski […]

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Killington Parks and Recreation Department

To create community through people, parks and programs, we: -Provide a wide variety of programs and special events -Create programs for all ages and abilities, residents and guests -Offer affordable and accessible programs -Promote lifelong health and wellbeing -Foster community involvement -Guide the stewardship of our park lands and facilities

Sherburne Memorial Library

Sherburne Memorial Library

The Sherburne Memorial Library in Killington, Vermont is the living room of the community serving as common ground where all are welcome. The library offers current and significant resources and services to meet the cultural, intellectual, informational, and personal needs of individuals

Baird Farm

Baird Farm

A 560-acre farm is located in Chittenden, Vermont and has been in the Baird family for four generations. Bonnie and Robert Baird own and operate the farm today while their daughter Jenna and her partner Jacob run the maple syrup retail business.

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VINS

VINS features 17 state-of-the-art raptor enclosures that house hawks, eagles, falcons, owls, and other birds of prey. In addition, the site has two songbird aviaries, which are home to a cedar waxed wing and cardinal among other species.