Craftsbury

 

Some Area Info: Craftsbury, a quaint village town located in Orleans County. Currently home to approx. 1,140 residents, Craftsbury spans over a total of 39.7 sq. miles or 25,408 acres. Chartered in 1781, Craftsbury was originally named Minden. But, was later changed in 1790 after it’s first settler in the county, Ebenezer Crafts.

 

Attractions and Recreation: The biggest events in Craftsbury change by the season. In the Summer, it is the Antiques and Uniques Festival in July and Old Home Day in August. Come fall, leaf peepers from all over travel to see the breathtaking colors of the leaves. In Winter, it is a very popular place to cross country ski, and snowmobile. And once Spring arrives, it is maple sugaring time. The Craftsbury Outdoor Center and Sterling College are both located at the Craftsbury Common area and both have plenty to offer.

 

 

Enjoy some of the best the Northeast Kingdom has to offer: Camping, fishing, hunting, boating, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, horseback riding, hiking, biking, shopping, walking, golfing, snowmobiling, skiing, snowshoeing or just plain relaxing and enjoying the four seasons.

 

Schools: 

Craftsbury Schools

Woodbury Elementary

Wolcott Elementary

Lakeview Union School

Hardwick Elementary 

Hazen Union School

 

 

Town of Craftsbury Website

Northeastern Vermont Development Association

Chamber of Commerce 

 

 

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