Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Killington that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and fireplaces. Prices start at $98 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Killington. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Relax in a bed and breakfast in Killington

Vermont B&Bs in Killington are especially great for wintertime travel, as they put you right in the heart of Vermont ski country. There's the Killington Ski Area on Killington Peak with its 6 peaks and 21 ski lifts, the Pico Mountain Ski Resort on Pico Peak, Snowshed Lodge and plenty of other areas to enjoy the snow. Even in the spring and summer, you can visit places like Kent Pond, Chittenden Reservoir, the Killington Adventure Center Theme Park, or the Thundering Brook Falls Trail. Here, you can experience all of the outdoor excitement and adventure sports you like all year long. From hiking and biking in the spring to swimming in the summer to skiing in the winter.

History

History and culture near Killington vacation homes

Killington has a rich history that’s displayed in various historic sites in the area. Vacation rentals are close to places like President Calvin Coolidge State Historic Site, the childhood home of the 30th U.S. president, with original period furnishings, and the Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont, a museum celebrating the renowned artist with his most famous works. You could also explore the Plymouth Historic District, a historic area with a charming village environment and unique shops and restaurants.

Things to do

Tourist attractions near Killington getaway cabins

The town of Killington has become synonymous with the Killington Ski Resort, which is the biggest in the region and proudly boasts the largest vertical drop in New England, at a whopping 3,050 feet. A season pass grants you access to multiple mountain areas, each with their own terrains and challenges. For seasoned skiers, there are plenty of steep slopes, as well as a number of trails that cater to cross-country fans; first-timers and kids aren't forgotten about either, with nearly a third of runs suitable for beginners, and a range of youth skiing programs available too.

Activities

Activities near Killington vacation homes

The area's best known for skiing, but those who book a Killington vacation rental will also get the chance to explore the majestic peaks in a variety of other ways. Depending on the season, the ski resort offers snow-tubing, snowmobile, and even sleigh-ride excursions. Summer visitors will note how the complex is fast becoming a major center for cycling, recently expanding its mountain-bike park to encompass over 30 trails. At the end of an eventful day, be sure to check out the thriving après-ski scene before heading back to your Killington vacation rental for a well-earned rest.

Weather

Climate for your stay in Killington vacation homes

Thanks to abundant snowfall and powerful snow-making technology, winter season in Killington Ski Resort generally kicks off in October and runs until May, and the complex is busiest at this time. You'll have a better chance of getting cheap Killington vacation rentals after March, and there'll also be shorter queues and fewer skiers to dodge on the slopes—just bear in mind that the resort's hours of operation are more limited. Come June, the season ends as temperatures rise; check out the facility's summertime programs to make the most of these balmier conditions.

Natural features

Follow the Killington trail

Tired yourself out on the slopes? It might be time to get reacquainted with nature and soak up the stunning panoramas of the Green Mountains on a scenic gondola ride around the ski resort. Fans of hiking who want to escape the high altitudes can also check out the Long Trail, the oldest long-distance hiking trail in the country, which passes by the town of Killington as it runs the length of Vermont. The Pico Peak trail takes you through some of Vermont’s most picturesque woodland, soundtracked by the gentle noise of 4 babbling brooks.

How to get there

Transportation to and around Killington

The nearest airport is in Rutland, VT (RUT-Rutland Southern Vermont Regional), located 11.9 mi (19.1 km) from the city center. If you can't find a flight that works for your travel itinerary, you could book a flight to Lebanon, NH (LEB-Lebanon Municipal), which is 24.1 mi (38.9 km) away.

Good for couples

Romantic vacation rentals in Killington

Couples looking for an alpine retreat will love the romantic places in Killington. Vacation rentals are available near places like Killington Peak, a high summit in the Green Mountains with skiing, snowboarding, and other outdoor recreation, and Gifford Woods State Park, an old-growth forestland with vibrant foliage and campsites near the Appalachian Trail. You could also visit Coolidge State Park, a mountain area with picnic sites, camping, hiking trails, and spectacular mountain vistas.

How many vacation rentals are available around Killington?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 726 vacation rentals around Killington. From 361 house rentals to 48 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.