Enosburg Falls is a village in the town of Enosburgh in Franklin County, Vermont, in the United States. The population was 1,329 at the 2010 census, down from 1,473 at the 2000 census.
Restaurants in Enosburg Falls
3 based on 8 reviews
Reconstruction of the former family home of President Chester A. Arthur.
Recently,I drove from Burlington,Vermont to the birthplace of Chester Alan Arthur in rural East Fairfield and it was closed on the July Thursday that I tried to visit it.It is a small yellow house.Considering the contributions that Chester Alan Arthur made to the United States before and during his presidency,this is a disgrace.On the positive side,the countryside near East Fairfield and Fairfield is magnificent.
5 based on 57 reviews
Montgomery Adventures, is a complete outdoor Guide services, with Dog sledding, canoeing, kayaking, photography weekends,hiking, for a day or overnight camping, snowshoeing, and winter camping,Survival courses,Dog Sledding camps and much more, just call and let us help you plan an Adventure in the outdoors of Montgomery and it's beautiful surrounding areas.
Dog sledding with Keith was an amazing experience. This wasn't just some random tourist experience, it was an opportunity of a lifetime. They let us into their family and I believe that created a very authentic experience for us. We did an overnight camping trip and it was such a blast. The food was amazing, the dogs were amazing, the setting was amazing. I just can't say enough about how great the experience was.
If you're on the fence about whether or not to do this: just do it! I promise you won't regret it.
5 based on 12 reviews
Cold Hollow Sculpture Park is a 200 acre farm that showcases the work of artist David Stromeyer. Open Thursdays-Sundays Noon-6PM, June 25-October 10, 2016. More: Cold Hollow Sculpture Park offers visitors an opportunity to stroll five, rolling meadows on which are sited some fifty large-scale sculptures representing selected examples from four decades of work by nationally-known artist, David Stromeyer. Inspired by the rhythms, forms, patterns, and undulations of the Vermont landscape and committed to integrating his sculptures with the landscape, Stromeyer and his wife, Sarah, welcome all who wish to experience these works in their quiet, contemplative Cold Hollow setting.
We visited this site based on previous reviews and it was worth the trip. The rolling fields are a perfect backdrop for these massive colorful sculptures. The artist supplied a brochure with the names and thought process that influenced the sculptures but we had fun with our own interpretations; flights of fancy, dance, waves, industrial and Native American influences were some of our interpretations. Take a few hours to stroll this lovely site and enjoy nature and art.
The grass may be wet from the morning dew so wear appropriate footgear. Bring a picnic and of course water, sunscreen and bug spray according to the season. Site is best for adults, art students and nature lovers.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
I had no idea what to expect. A lovingly converted barn outside - is a cave of tons of Polish salt and extreme comfort inside. The owners are warm and very informative. The cave itself is quiet, refreshing (my friend fell asleep) and kept at a cave-chill temperature. Perfect for a Vermont hot summer day. And the healing power of salt? There is no hocus-pocus here. Me and my family and friends walked out after our 45 minutes of cave comfort feeling happy and yes, chill.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
We own a small bed and breakfast in montgomery center in Vermont, and we send ALL of our guests to this wonderful shop located right on main street. They have tons of small gifts and souvenirs, all made locally right here in Vermont, and it is a wonderful way to learn about our many small local farmers who raise animals for their wool and fiber. Montgomery itself has several cute bed and breakfasts, restaurants, and is right next to Jay Peak ski resort so it makes a perfect base for exploring all that Northern Vermont has to offer. If you get a chance to visit, make sure you go to this shop. It is a real gem!! Jay Kerch
4 based on 17 reviews
Remember the show Northern Exposure? On the show they had the pinnacle of the town's social scene, The Brick. The Shoe is a blend of locals, Canadians, tourists, skiers and the wayward traveler. Great beer selection, great pub food, friendly bar tenders and great ambiance. They often have live music, different weekly specials like $6 pitcher night and 50 cent wings with free pool. The Shoe is also great for people watching.
5 based on 2 reviews
The Montgomery Center for the Arts is dedicated to enhancing the vitality of life in our local and regional communities, by providing a venue for a diversity of educational, cultural, artistic, and social experiences.
This new venue has opportunities for a variety of arts-related, educational, social, and community activities. It is beautiful and .has so much potential!
5 based on 1 reviews
If you ever get the chance to be on the production crew of Doug and Barbara's Flack Family Farm DO NOT miss the opportunity. Absolute involvement in the fermentation process of vegetables grow, processed, and marketed on their farm. Fascinating education in this fast growing health benefit. Bonus lunch in the farmhouse for all hands who participate. A meal you won't forget and the likes of which you can't get at any "chef owned" restaurant. Best experience my wife and I have had in all our travels.
4 based on 16 reviews
This Vermont lake is a good place to view fall foliage.
We were planning camping on the Missisiquoi while we were running the section between Enosburg Falls and Missisiquoi Bay when our plans literally got washed away by flood stage water after a heavy nights downpours. We stopped in at Lake Carmi and (Patrick) the kiosk attendant was friendly and helpful. We selected a nice large, grassy site in the trees large enough for our 3 small tents. All 3 couples enjoyed a relaxing nights sleep with only the hooting of an owls to disturb us.
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