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Visiting Vermont on Your Next Road Trip



As New Hampshire's neighbor to the west, Vermont offers the quintessential New England getaway. North of the state's capital at Montpelier, RVers discover the versatile Green Mountains; a playground for skiers, hikers, climbers, birders and fishermen alike.

Northeast of the Green Mountains lies majestic Lake Willoughby, a tranquil resting spot for the New England traveler. However, you’re not alone. Surrounding the lake are two mountains, Mount Pisgah (2,750 feet) and Mount Hor (2,600 feet), which dominate the scenery around the crystal-clear lake and offer spectacular sights, especially during the popular fall months.

Well-known Lake Champlain draws visitors year-round, but with more than 500 miles of shoreline, there's plenty of room for everybody. The overall size is why it’s sometimes referred to as “the sixth great lake.” Though most of the outdoor activity here takes place on land or on or alongside the water, the lake is also popular with those who want a deeper look; namely, scuba divers eager to explore the lake's shipwrecks and other underwater treasurers.

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