Whether you’re looking for adventure or just a quiet escape, Arlington is the perfect place. Tucked between the Taconic and Green Mountain ranges, we’re a quaint, charming, four-season town with world-class historic sites, boutique accommodations and outdoor adventures for every skill level and taste.
Enjoy An Arlington Summer
There’s nothing as sweet as summertime in Arlington. From sparkling lakes to flowering hillsides, the entire landscape is a playground. You can bike our trails, kayak, tube or fish our river, or hike our peaks. Nearby, watch world-class equestrians compete, play golf, or see a Broadway-caliber show.
The Magic of an Arlington Fall
People come from all over to enjoy Arlington’s colorful fall. Our hardwood forests of birch, beech, and maple serve up the reds, oranges, and brilliant yellows that foliage dreams are made of. You can hike Mount Equinox to gorgeous vistas or cruise our back roads and byways. Get lost in a corn maze, pick apples, carve pumpkins, hear music, play golf, and more. Visit our antique shops and cheese makers too!
Winter is a Wonderland
We've got three ski mountains nearby. Each offers a distinctive experience. You'll find that Magic and Bromley are super family friendly while Stratton is a delightful alpine resort with some of the best après action around. Not a skier? You can skate, sled, snowshoe, or cozy up for a romantic sleigh ride.
Spring Maple Madness
Frosty nights and sunny spring days in March start the snow melting and the sap running! Sugar shacks come alive with steam bellowing from their roofs. You can meet maple syrup makers and taste pure Vermont syrup just as it's made and enjoy some amazing maple candy too. In April, songbirds return while trees begin to bud. Come fly fish the Battenkill, catch daffodils blooming, and enjoy an Arlington spring!
Equinox Skyline Drive
Drive to the 3,848 summit of Mount Equinox
Arlington Village Winter Market
Community Farmers Market and Coffee Shop
November 23 - December 21, 2018
Federated Church of East Arlington
102 Ice Pond Road
Martha CanField library and gallery