Find here Vermont’s best rentals, rent the camper and start your vacation journey in the state with abundance of unspoiled nature and scenic areas....
Being situated in the New England region, Vermont is one of the smallest states of the United States.
Despite its small area, Vermont counts a number of attractive spots that catch the tourists' interests.
Many natural wonders and scenic areas will surely provide an enjoyable vacation.
One of the popular destinations in Vermont is Green Mountain National Forest covering 400,000 acres stretching across two-thirds of the length of Vermont.
In this area, there are many campgrounds and 900 miles of trails. Another attractive place worth seeing is Quechee Gorge, located in central Vermont near the town of Woodstock. This place is geological wonder because the gorge was carved about 12,000 years ago, when the last glacier covering New England receded. Today the Ottauguechee River flows through the gorge that is spanned by the bridge.
Perhaps the most picturesque town in New England is Stowe, nestled between two mountain ranges. At this fabulous place, visitors have almost endless opportunities for outdoor activities like swimming, hiking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking and scenic driving tours. Another amazing place boasting unbelievable beauty is the Lake Champlain, which is long and deep, but with average width of only 12 miles.
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Vermont is known for its nature so while traveling through the state it is impossible not to visit the Northeast Kingdom. This area covers some 1,3 million acres of wilderness including forests, parks, lakes, ponds, rivers, and streams. Vermont is also renowned for its more than 100 covered bridges (the highest concentration of these structures in the United States).
Among many scenic drives in Vermont, the portion of Route 100 from Killington to Waitsfield is maybe the most beautiful. The route borders the Green Mountain National Forest and meanders through mountain valleys, rivers, streams, waterfalls. The largest town in Vermont is Burlington, which offers excellent shopping facilities.
Apart from this the town has many interesting museums and parks. The Battery Park is a historical site commemorating the battle between US land batteries and British ships that took place on the Lake Champlain in August of 1813. As for the museums the most popular are Robert Hull Fleming Museum, Discovery Museum for children and young people, and the memorial museum for the folk hero Ethan Allen.
Most tourists are not aware that Vermont has plenty to offer, considering the size of the state. Taking a trip around the state with a camper is maybe the best option. The following companies will provide you the best camper rentals in order to have unforgettable vacation.
Mekkelsen RV is located in East Montpelier and is the largest and oldest RV dealer in New England. The rental fleet includes Class A motor homes, Class C motor homes, travel trailers and pop up trailers. Class C motor homes can be rented from $1,450 per week, while travel trailers' rates start from $790 per week. If you want to rent pop up, you will have to spend $460 per week.
2419 Us Route 2
East Montpelier, VT 05651
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