Your Middlebury travel plans should include some interesting outdoor activities. Middlebury is a town in Addison County, and also happens to be the shire town of this county. BBOnline recommends trying out these outdoor adventures while you're here.
Robert Frost Wayside Trail
Start out early from your Middlebury Bed and Breakfast to be able to hit the trails and enjoy a great adventure. The Robert Frost Wayside Trail is found off Route 125 east of Middlebury. If you love poetry and nature, this trail will be one that will leave a lasting impression on you. As you start out on the trail, you will see Frost's poems posted and you will also be able to enjoy the spectacular views of the Green Mountain. This is a must-visit that definitely needs to be included in your Middlebury travel plans.
UM Morgan Horse Farm
74 Battell Drive
Middlebury, VT 05753-9778
If you're traveling with your family, visiting the UVM Morgan Horse Farm is a must. It's listed as a National Historic site and is a great place to enjoy a farm adventure with your whole family. The farm has tours every hour so you don't have to worry about leaving your Middlebury Inn early in the morning. While touring the farm you'll notice the unique hospitality of the people of Vermont. The atmosphere and feel at the farm is very original. Your Middlebury travel itinerary should include visiting this farm.
Button Bay State Park
5 Button Bay State Park Rd
Vergennes, VT 05491
Located in Vergennes, the Button Bay State Park is worth a visit. Though it is located about 15 miles out of Middlebury, this park is a great place for an outdoor adventure. The park gets its name from the button-shaped clay deposits on the shoreline. The park has a swimming pool with qualified lifeguards. You can also enjoy some water sport activities like boating, canoeing and kayaking. Explore the Button Point Natural Area and also hike the trail.
Ralph Myhre Golf Course
Middlebury, VT 05753
If you're a professional or an amateur golfer, you will enjoy a game at the Ralph Myhre Golf Course in Middlebury. This is an 18-hole golf course with three sets of tee boxes. Though the course promises a fun-filled game, it does become a bit challenging at times. The Ralph Myhre Golf Course is located in a beautiful setting on rolling terrain. With wide open fairways, you can expect the wind to make the game interesting. Though playing golf may not be an adventure for some, this course offers both professionals and non-professionals a chance to enjoy a nice game.