How to enjoy

Mud season

in Vermont

Sandwiched between winter and spring, mud season is Vermont’s fifth season - the season we don’t like to talk about. Here are 10 fun things to do during Mud Season in Vermont.

Visit Maple Open House Weekend

Maple Open House Weekend celebrates the new crop of maple sap and the unique process of turning it into maple syrup.

Spring Skiing

Some hard-core snow lovers say that spring skiing is the best skiing there is. You can find great deals on lift tickets.

Have a Spa Weekend

Try these spots for your next spa weekend: -Woodstock Inn & Resort -Topnotch Resort in Stowe -Mountaintop Inn & Resort in Chittenden

Visit a Vermont Waterfall

The waterfalls in Vermont are at their very best in March and April. 

Spring Paddling

After ice out, Vermonters and visitors are quick to trade their snowshoes for paddles and take to the water.

Visit a Vermont Museum

-Bennington Mueum -Shelburne Museum -Montshire Museum -Echo Center -American Percision Museum -Southern Vermont Natural History Museum

Look for Migrating Birds

Warblers make an appearance just before leaf-out, and snow geese appear by the thousands in March and April.

Tour Vermont’s Craft Breweries

Vermont’s craft brewing industry is big business, with a higher number of breweries per capita than any other state.

Visit with Baby Animals

Vermont farms come alive in the spring with both planting season and baby animals. Visiting  farm critters isn’t just for kids — it’s for everyone.

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