Things to do in Vermont
Throughout Hawk Country, there are scores of delightful things to do in Vermont...
"Although skiers will try to convince you that winter is the best season to visit Hawk, fall offers scenic foliage delights, while spring is a great time to explore the shops in nearby Quechee and Woodstock villages."
~Boston Sunday Herald
When you vacation at Hawk, you're located right in the heart of the Green Mountain State. Simply stated, that means that you're always within easy reach of things to do in Vermont. Exploring these quaint little hamlets will provide days of enjoyment, whether your interest be historical, educational or simply to indulge yourself in some of the best shopping around.
Antiquing is renowned throughout the region, with many a spectacular bargain to be found in the numerous antique barns and country auctions year-round. The area is also endowed with countless charming galleries and shops where treasures await your discovery.
In the warm weather months, there's summer theater, outdoor concerts, and many excellent restaurants, including The River Tavern, where dining under the stars will bring you closer to understanding the unique nature of our delightful little corner of the world. When the brisk chill of autumn breezes sets the mountains ablaze with brightly colored leaves, it's the perfect time for touring either some of the most beautiful stretches of road in the country, or simply the elegant natural surroundings of Hawk's 1200 acres. And when the snows begin to blanket the terrain, residents and guests strap on their skis and it becomes abundantly clear that Hawk is surrounded by trail-ribboned peaks-Okemo to the south, Killington to the north, and the private Bear Creek Mountain practically across the street.
Whatever your pleasure, things to do in Vermont are within easy reach when you're at Hawk. Of course, you may find that returning at the end of the day to the peace and quiet of your elegantly concealed Hawk villa is the most pleasurable attraction of all.
Hawk's endless recreational attractions for winter, spring, summer and fall.
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