Springtime in Stowe is a very special season—as the snow melts away, new life blooms and buds by the day, the songbirds return, and life literally springs up everywhere. With temperate weather and spring flowers blooming, this season is popular for celebrations—weddings, reunions, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, and graduations—we have homes ideal for hosting a variety of events making planning a breeze.
It’s easy to linger longer in Stowe and we’ve selected the following homes for stays of 30+ days.
Spring in Stowe is a time when everyone takes a collective breath after an active winter of snowy fun—the longer days and increased sunshine slow the pace and put a smile on everyone’s face. Shop windows are thrown open and dining moves al fresco, a wonderful time of year to make Stowe, Vermont your home for an extended stay.
Vermont’s own liquid gold is one of the surest signs of spring and Stowe and surrounding towns boast several opportunities to get out and experience a day at the sugar shack—a great chance to learn about the process of transforming sap to syrup, perusing products for sale, and taste testing, of course!
With the beauty of the warming weather, we are drawn outside to explore. Some say, if you don’t like the weather just wait a minute, so preparation is key—when heading out always pack layers (including a rain jacket), extra water, and snacks—and be sure to check trail status for hiking and biking.
Break tradition and take your spring vacation up in the mountains. No sand in your shoes here, just crisp, clean air and beautiful alpine scenery. If this is your first stay here in Stowe, start out with a guided mountain bike or hiking tour. Your guide will find those less crowded trails and you won’t have to worry about getting lost while you enjoy the scenery and watch for wildlife. Some trails may be closed during spring months, so give our friendly staff a call for a review of open trails.
Grab your group and head to the Stowe Recreation Path. This paved greenway is open to walkers, runners, roller bladers, and bikers. Starting in historic Stowe Village and ending at a lovely covered bridge, the trails winds past open farms, creeks, and area restaurants and shops. Be sure to check out the various Stowe, VT events during spring as well.
Stowe’s idyllic Main Street is overflowing with restaurants, shops, galleries and more. You can find shops for ice cream, handmade chocolates, fresh cold cider, jewelry, art galleries, apparel, home furnishings, and skiing, snowboarding, and fly fishing equipment.
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After a long day spent hiking or shopping, your Stowe cabin or condo rental will be the perfect spot to rest up. Bring your entire family or plan a romantic get-away for two. Whatever your plans, our cabins and condos can accommodate your party in style.
If you love crisp cool air, mountains, and small, historic communities, then you’ll love Stowe! Home to the Austrian-style Trapp Family Lodge, the Vermont Ski and Snowboard Museum, and alpine mountains, Stowe has something for everyone. Contact us today to book one of our Stowe Vermont accommodations for Spring!