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A Family Reunion in Northern Vermont


Northern Vermont offers a beautiful and serene setting for a family reunion that is sure to create lasting memories. With its picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and abundant outdoor activities, the region is an ideal destination for reconnecting with loved ones. Jay Peak  and the Northeast KingdomNorth has something to offer for everyone.

Additionally, the area is home to a wide range of accommodation options, including cozy cabins, luxury resorts, and everything in between, making it easy to find a comfortable and convenient place for your family to stay. For a large scale family reunion, it is hard to find somewhere better than Janski, a huge 7 BR former inn now turned into a short term rental that sleeps 14.  Right next door is Whimsy, a delightful 3 bedroom cottage  that sleeps up to 6 persons, easily accessed with a walk across the adjoining lawns.  But whether you're planning a large-scale gathering or a more intimate get-together, a family reunion in Northern Vermont is a great way to strengthen family bonds and create new memories that will last a lifetime.

Best Lodging options for your Vermont Family Reunion.

Fun and Creative Family Reunion Activities

Janski Manor - 7 BR - Sleeps 14 persons
Perfect for a family reunion in Jay Peak, VT

Winter Family Reunion Activities

  • Skiing or snowboarding at Jay Peak Resort, which offers a variety of trails for all levels of skiers and snowboarders.

  • Snowshoeing or cross-country skiing on the trails in the surrounding area, such as the Hazen's Notch Association trails, Jay Peak Resort,  Jay Recreation Trail or the Long Trail.

  • Enjoying the indoor water park at Jay Peak Resort, which includes water slides, a lazy river, and hot tubs.

  • Snowmobile Tours

  • Ice Fishing 

  • Ice skating indoors or on frozen lakes.

Summer Family Reunion Activities

  • Enjoying the indoor water park at Jay Peak Resort, which includes water slides, a lazy river, and hot tubs.

  • Taking a scenic drive through the surrounding countryside and byways discovering hidden hamlets, farmers markets, antiques and treasures at quirky Vermont country stores etc.

  • Visiting the Vermont Maple Outlets, where visitors can learn about the process of making maple syrup and taste different varieties.

  • Exploring the local towns of Montgomery, North Troy, and Newport, which offer shops, restaurants, and historic sites.

  • Hiking to the top of Jay Peak, which offers panoramic views of the surrounding area. Venture on the Catamount & Long Trails.

  • Biking on the Kingdom Trails, which offer over 100 miles of trails for all skill levels.

  • Fishing in nearby lakes and streams, such as Lake Memphremagog or the Missisquoi River.  If staying at Janski you can discover local swimming holes in the woods.

  • Playing golf at the Jay Peak Golf Course, which is known for its scenic mountain views.  If not at Jay Peak Resort, there are 3 other golf courses all within 30 minutes.

  • Visit museums, annual festivals

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