Check Out Exciting Local Outdoor Attractions

There are several great Fairfax attractions you can enjoy while visiting this town in Franklin County, Vermont. Fairfax is a place where the whole family can enjoy a great vacation. Fairfax is a town with a long history that dates back to the 17th century. Here are a few recommendations for you.

Community Park & Recreation Path
Franklin County, VT 05454
(802) 849-2641 
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One of the many free Fairfax attractions is the town’s community park. It is open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. The park offers ball fields and a half-mile long paved path. However the park prohibits smoking, drinking of alcohol, littering and tampering with park facilities. This is a nice place to enjoy a day with your family.

Hikeu Adventure Guides
80 Fletcher Road F
Fairfax, VT 05454 
(802)310-4427 
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Hikeu Adventure Guides is another one of the Fairfax attractions in town. The Hikeu Adventure Guides provides guided day hiking and backpacking trips in the nearby Green Mountains of beautiful Vermont. You might want to stay at a Fairfax Bed and Breakfast so that you can start your adventure early. Hikeu assures their customers of being able to create perfect itineraries for your hiking trip.

Avalon Equestrian Center 
1841 Main St 
Fairfax, VT 05454
(802) 849-2488
http://www.avalontriacademy.org/

The Avalon Equestrian Center is good place to learn about horses. This is a small horse farm with a school for equestrienne, efficiently run by a family with safety being the most important point on their list. They have a lot of services to offer such as horse camps, trail riding, lessons, horseback riding and summer camp to name a few. The center has an in-house veterinarian that will teach you a lot about horses. If you plan to take lessons, you can stay at a nearby Fairfax Inn.

Homestead Campground 
864 Ethan Allen Hwy
Georgia, Vermont 05468
(802) 524-2356 
http://www.homesteadcampground.net/index.html

If you are staying at a Fairfax Bed and Breakfast, you may want to check out Homestead Campground. They have all the facilities that you and your adventure-seeking family could ever want and look for in a day’s activity. The place offers picnic grounds and two nice big pools for children to splash all day. Aside from this there is a big recreation area to enjoy kick ball, horse shoe tournaments, wagon rides, face painting and other kid activities to name a few. For the adults, they also have a choice of playing bingo.

Maple Grove Campground
Milton, Vermont 056468 
(802) 849-6439

The Maple Grove Campground is a nice place to go on an overnight camping trip with your family. The campsite has all the amenities that a good camping ground needs such as picnic tables, showers, restrooms, laundry room, dumping station and a fire ring. There is a playground nearby for children to play in and hiking trails for you to discover something out of the ordinary.