Attractions ~ Exploring Hawk Country
Whatever the season, Vermont beckons to the explorer in all of us. Quaint historic villages just waiting to be discovered dot the landscape among rolling hills and cow-filled pastures. All in all, there can be a lot of ground to cover.
Benefitting immeasurably from its idyllic location in the town of Plymouth, at the center of the Green Mountain State, Hawk can offer you a taste of it all. What does that mean for you? Well, since Vermont isn't all that big to begin with, it means that Hawk is the perfect point of departure whether you want to jaunt down to Manchester Center for a little outlet shopping in the afternoon, or (for those truly ambitious souls) drive to Canada for lunch. Believe us, it's been done... However, most guests seem content with the endless variety of places-to-go and things-to-do in the immediate vicinity of Hawk.
Devoted to skiers who want to be near to the slopes, antique hunters and cultural gourmets who enjoy proximity to Vermont's charming small towns, and those who are simply fond of the unspoiled countryside, Hawk is perfectly suited to your varied interests and ardent curiosity. With Woodstock lying to the east, Ludlow to the south and Killington to the north, the choices can be overwhelming. Therefore, Hawk has compiled a guide to some of the surrounding towns and villages that we feel may pique your interest.
On your exploratory adventures throughout Hawk Country, you should take particular note of:
Plymouth / Calvin Coolidge Homestead (Our hometown...)
Ludlow / Okemo (10 minutes)
The Killington Region (10 minutes)
Woodstock (20 minutes)
Weston (25 minutes)
Rutland (30 minutes)
Quechee (35 minutes)
Manchester (45 minutes)
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