Montgomery Vermont

Montgomery is located in eastern Franklin County. The town of Montgomery borders Lamoille County to the South and Orleans County to the East. Montgomery consist of the town plus 4 villages which include: Hectorville, Hutchins, Montgomery Center and Montgomery Village. The town prides itself on it's heritage of farming and the timber industry. Today, the town has a diverse culture and is a charming place for both residents and visitors. Montgomery is home to the historic Black Lantern Inn, which has been serving guests since 1803.

Hazen Notch State Park is an undeveloped park with a mountain pass that is partly located in Montgomery, off Route 58. Burnt Mountain is located in the eastern part of the town, which features hiking to the peak. Due to the proximity to some of Vermont’s most popular northern resorts, Montgomery has a variety of full time and seasonal residents.

Jay Peak Resort is only 15-20 minutes from Montgomery, and Big Jay (a spur of Hay Peak) is located in the northeastern corner of the town. The town is about 45 minutes north of Smugglers Notch Resort, and an hour to Stowe, Vermont.

Montgomery is unofficially known as the “covered bridge town” with 6 covered bridges in the town limits. Montgomery is a rural town, located 45 minutes from Newport, the hub of northeastern Vermont, over an hour from Burlington, and 40 minutes to Saint Albans City.

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