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Looking for things to do and see, large group adventures and more in the beautiful state of Vermont? We’ll point you in the right direction for some terrific ideas for summer and fall foliage fun.

There are tons of things to do in Vermont!
Want to get away from the big chain hotels and enjoy the charm of a quaint Vermont bed & breakfast or inn? Here are some featured motels, inns and B&B’s . Enjoy a day of hiking in Vermont or fall foliage viewing. Finish the day in comfort at one of our featured lodging choices.

Tour de Kingdom Cycling Events
The Tour de Kingdom is a one or two day competitive and recreational cycling event that takes you through one of the most scenic areas of Vermont, the Northeast Kingdom – one of ten geotourism areas in the world specially designated by National Geographic. Shaking off the rust from winter? Want to take a ride with your friends or participate in a fun event with the family? Want to compete for time on one or two of our century rides? This event will be right for you! Offering a choice of one or two days of riding, with fully supported loops of varying lengths from 15 miles to 100 miles. Both days start and end at IROC, 400 Quarry Road in Derby, Vermont.

The Haskell Free Library and Opera House
Derby Line, VT. is well known for the Haskell Free Library and Opera House, which was built on the international border of the USA and Canada, and opened in 1904. The donors were a couple who ironically enough, both came from different sides of the border. Carlos F. Haskell was a local American businessman who owned a number of sawmills, while Martha Stewart Haskell was Canadian. Their dream was that people on both sides of the border would have use of the facility, which is now a designated historic site. Visit the Haskell’s new website for more information.

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The Dandelion Run
is a competitive and recreational half marathon (with relay options) on back roads deep in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. Don’t let the name fool you. The “Dandy” is a hilly, thigh-burning challenge. Your reward: a run that takes you through farms and forests, on dirt roads through uncut green fields blanketed with thousands and thousands of dandelions. The “Kingdom” is one of only a few geotourism areas in the world, specially designated by National Geographic. And there is no more beautiful time of year than the height of dandelion season. It’s Spring! It’s time to run!! Just for the fun of it!!!.

Kingdom Swim
is a true celebration of open water swimming held on Lake Memphremagog in the heart of the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont – one of only a few geotourism areas in the world specially designated by National Geographic. Kingdom Swim is a competitive and recreational charity swim for all skill levels, young and old alike, now offering distances of 10 miles, 6 miles, 3 miles, 1 mile, 1/4 mile and 100 yards

Kingdom Kayak
The Great American Northeast Kingdom Flatwater Kayak Championship & Festival at Lake Memphremagog, Newport, Vermont, July 6, 2012. A ten mile flatwater race and “expedition” on Lake Memphremagog, starting at Prouty Beach in Newport, Vermont then heading out of the bay to the Canadian Border, around Black, Cove, and Belle Islands and back to Prouty Beach.

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