The small town of Waterbury Center, Vermont is one of the Waterbury area’s earliest settlements, situated along Route 100. It’s a well-preserved example of early rural agricultural settlement, pre-dating the Victorian-era Waterbury VIllage and Colbyville. Today, visitors will find breathtaking natural scenery in the form of mountain vistas, miles of hiking trails making up the Long Trail System protected by the Green Mountain Club, and some of the best apple cider in New England at the Cold Hollow Cider Mill among several other attractions and things to do in Waterbury Center. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.
1.Green Mountain Club
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The Green Mountain Club is dedicated to making the mountains of Vermont play a bigger role in the lives of people by maintaining and protecting the state’s Long Trail System, as well as fostering stewardship of the mountains and hiking trails of Vermont through education. The Visitor Center of the Green Mountain Club is a timber-frame building constructed out of local wood, designed to display the best in energy efficiency and renewable energy. Visitors can find the Short Trail nature walk, a picnic area, stunning mountain views, educational programs, and plenty of hiking-related items, such as maps and gear.
4711 Waterbury-Stowe Rd, Waterbury Center, Vermont 05677, Phone: 802-244-703
2.Cold Hollow Cider Mill
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The Cold Hollow Cider Mill is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state of Vermont and one of the top producers of fresh apple cider in New England, and for good reason. The cider mill does things in the true old-fashioned way and makes its pure apple cider using a traditional rack-and-cloth press from the 1920’s. Visitors are welcome to come to the mill and watch the process, as well as sample the results. The Cold Hollow Cider Mill is open daily from 8:00am until 6:00pm year-round, with the exception of Thanksgiving Day and Christmas.
3600 Waterbury Stowe Rd, Waterbury Center, VT 05677, Phone: 800-327-7537
3.Country Club of Vermont
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The Country Club of Vermont was founded in 1998 in Waterbury Center. Situated within the scenic mountain valley between the Mansfield and Worcester mountain ranges, the country club boasts beautiful views only minutes away from the Mad River Valley and Stowe, Vermont. The main draw of the Country Club of Vermont is its championship eighteen-hole golf course, designed by Graham Cooke, champion amateur golfer and architect. With the majestic mountains as the backdrop, the golf course is framed by a rough of blue grass and features a mix of hills and trees of Vermont and grounds similar to an Irish links land.
2800 Country Club Rd, Waterbury Center, VT 05677, Phone: 802-244-1800
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4.Michael's on the Hill
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Michael’s on the Hill in Waterbury Center is an upscale restaurant housed within a restored farmhouse that dates back to the year 1820, surrounded by several acres of perennial gardens, forest, and rolling lawns. Along with the internationally inspired menu of delicious cuisine, the restaurant is popular among both tourists and photographers for its amazing sunset views and the Green Mountains vistas. Michael's on the Hill has also been the recipient of many awards, including TripAdvisor’s "Most Romantic Restaurant in Vermont,” The Wine Spectator Award of Excellence, and LUX Life Magazine’s “Best European Inspired Farm-to-Table Restaurant 2019 – Vermont” award.
4182 Waterbury-Stowe Rd Route 100 North, Waterbury Center, VT 05677, Phone: 802-244-7476
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