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Recent Killington reviews
"If you're looking for a spacious, clean, fun and nice place to stay in Killington, the Racquetball house is your place. Simply put, the house was pristine clean when we arrived and has everything you need to make a week, night or weekend enjoyable. The Racquetball court added a whole new dimension of awesomeness, it was in great condition and easy to use when we got there. The location is right near all of the downtown bars and nightlife which made it quite easy to get to the bars. The hot tub was clean upon arrival as well. I would definitely recommend this place to any decent sized group of people (10-20) that want an enjoyable time in Killington. Again, simply superb house kept in great condition."Guest: Pat Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: January 16, 2014View listing
"stayed a long weekend. a pleasure dealing with the owner, the condo were was more than i could hope for. will definitely return again"Guest: bb Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: February 27, 2014View listing
"We had a wonderful time at the Killington Farmhouse. It is located on a beautiful piece of property with lots of land for kids to explore. We went in the fall and the leaves were just incredible. The view out the window from the kitchen table would be hard to beat anywhere. Our favorite part about our stay there was the amount of activities for our kids to do. They dragged sticks out of the forest, collected kindling for the fire, roasted marshmallows over a campfire, dragged each other on sleds up and down the hill, swung on the tire swing, climbed rocks, hiked up the waterfall (just down the road), rode the scooters in the basement, played ping pong, and enjoyed all the toys in the playroom upstairs. We also hiked part of the Appalachian Trail, which is just down the road. The house itself was very comfortable and had everything we needed, although a little on the rustic side (which was just perfect for us). Anne, the owner, was easy to work with. She happened to be there when we arrived and took the time to show us around. She pointed out special toys and certain places the kids might enjoy exploring, which helped me to relax and let my kids play instead of worrying that they might break something. I would definitely recommend this place to any of my friends who enjoy nature and don't need a TV to have a good time."Guest: Jenny D. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 22, 2013View listing
"This house is in a great location in a relaxing setting with easy access to nearby activities while providing classic Vermont privacy. We enjoyed the yard for bocce, horseshoes and kan jam and then the river to cool down with a lazy float in the tubes and kayaks (all provided by the owner!). The house is much larger than it appears in the photos and well maintained. My group of 12 was very comfortable and had a great time. Ed and Linda are quick to reply to questions and very accommodating. I highly recommend this home!"Guest: Benjamin T. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 8, 2014View listing
Killington Travel Tips
Picture cascading mountains covered in fresh, powder-white snow towering over a lovely little town filled with welcoming smiles and warm hospitality. Sounds like a postcard, but Killington brings it to life, and you can experience it for yourself.
Killington is a cozy town snuggled in Rutland County, Vt., and features seven stunning mountains, making it one of the most sought after ski destinations in New England. You'll find some of the highest and most varied terrain here covering more than 90 miles. When the weather warms up, there's still plenty to do for outdoor enthusiasts. Killington also offers a plethora of biking and hiking trails to enjoy when the snow melts.
Golfers will appreciate the two PGA courses here with 12 others just a short drive from town. And with scenic beauty around every turn, it's a great place to take a long drive or walk around. When you're ready to venture back inside, head to a local restaurant for a hot, delicious meal or check out the opportunities to see live artistic performances as well as attractions where you can learn more about this quaint village's history and culture.
Things to Do in Killington
- Killington Ski Resort: Skiers and snowboarders are sure to spend most of their winter getaway exploring the Killington Ski Resort, which offers 155 different trails suitable for all skill levels - from beginners to pros. There are also six terrain parks with more than 50 features, including two pipes, so boarders can practice tricks to their heart's' content. The mountains get around 250 inches of natural snowfall each year, providing plenty of powder to keep everyone happy all season long. When you need a break from the slopes, there's also a tubing park, snowcat-drawn sleigh rides, snowmobile tours and snowshoeing, so you can really get your fill of winter activities!
- Killington Arts Guild Gallery: Those who appreciate art will want to stop by the Killington Arts Guild Gallery, which features paintings, sculptures, prints and photography on display from guild members. Gallery shows are held every three months on a rotating basis, and an opening reception takes place the first Saturday of each show. Peruse the different mediums and if you find something you like, the pieces are also available for purchase.
- New England Maple Museum: Vermont is known for its delicious maple syrup, so it's worth taking a short drive to Pittsford from Killington to visit the New England Maple Museum. It's nestled into the foothills of the Green Mountains where the best syrup is made. As you explore the museum you'll move through more than 200 years of maple sugaring history, beginning when Native Americans learned that map sap cooked over fire created a sweet treat. The museum also features the most complete collections of sugaring artifacts in the world. After the tour, be sure to stop in the gift shop to stock up on all things maple flavored.
- Mountain Muse Massage Therapy: After days filled with skiing or snowboarding, you're body will surely need a break. Treat your tired, achy muscles to a little pampering at Mountain Muse Massage Therapy. Michelle Durney has been massaging clients since 1998 and her style incorporates both Swedish and deep tissue techniques for a completely relaxing experience that will ease the tension out of stubborn knots. Book a 30, 60, 90 or 120 minute massage and allow yourself to completely let go of all stress.
Dining in Killington
- Liquid Art: For an eclectic and exciting experience head to Liquid Art, a local coffeehouse art gallery. You'll find an espresso bar with specialty coffee that's perfect for waking you up in the morning, and the shop also serves small breakfast items and snacks in case you're a little hungry. After a quick bite, peruse the paintings, jewelry, pottery and more that's all for sale.
- The Lookout Tavern: This local eatery serves up classic favorites like soups, salads, sandwiches and burgers, all of which can be enjoyed while you take in unbeatable views of Killington. The game room and pool table provide some extra entertainment opportunities for before and after lunch or dinner. Try the chipotle chicken wrap, left coast burger or pan seared ahi tuna.
- Sunup Bakery: For breakfast and lunch, Sunup Bakery is an excellent choice with options like pastries, bagels and breakfast sandwiches. The bakery provides some of the area's best sandwiches, including plenty of vegetarian options, and delicious hot soups that are perfect for warming up on a chilly day. It's a lovely spot to spend some time before hitting the slopes or exploring the town. If it's warm enough, take a steamy cup of coffee out onto the deck and enjoy a lazy morning reading the local paper or a good book.