Nestled in south-central Vermont, the beautiful Town of Weathersfield is made up of five small villages, including Perkinsville and Ascutney. Although there isn’t one Main Street, lifestyles have fostered a diverse community that cares about its neighbors.
Weathersfield is where you go to hike, mountain bike, hunt, horseback ride, cross-county ski, enjoy the new rope tow or snowshoe trails on Mt. Ascutney, or snowmobile on the VAST trail system. Book a visit and play golf at Crown Point Country Club's 18-hole championship course, fly fish on the Black River or just relax, recharge, and enjoy the scenery.
Weathersfield is where you can pick apples in the area’s largest orchard, visit Willis Woods famous Cider Mill, and meet artisans in their studios like Windsor chair-maker George Ainley and well-known watercolor artist Robert O’Brien. It’s home to The Inn at Weathersfield where both locals and visitors enjoy the acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant, with 12-guest rooms and cooking classes.
It’s where old settler’s trails connect covered bridges to campgrounds to swimming holes and to ice cream stands, and it’s where history lovers go to explore the Dan Foster House and its extensive collection of historic furniture, tools, and farming equipment.
There are ample opportunities here for individuals and businesses to make meaningful impacts on the things that matter. You can visit Weathersfield and taste world-famous craft beers but stay for the top-tiered public schools, family life, and safety.