Quechee Attractions

The Green Mountain State has long been a destination for some of the best in outdoor activities in the greater northern region of the country. Visitors can find picturesque views nearly everywhere, as well as great opportunities for hiking, skiing, and other ways to remain active.

Quechee State Park is conveniently located just across the road from our hotel, bringing you closer to nature than ever before. Quechee Gorge offers unforgettable views of waterfalls, rivers, and stunning foliage, especially in autumn when the leaves change colors. Any outdoor enthusiast must stop by this famous local landmark. Sugarbush Farm is locally owned and has been providing shoppers from all over the country with fine cheeses and maple syrup for over 60 years. Find a delicious gift for someone special, or yourself, and see why Vermont is known for its favorite snacks. Best of all, this farm operates all year round, making for a great stop any time of year.

Featured Attractions

Quechee State Park

Quechee State Park has long been a favorite outdoor attraction for more visitors for many generations. This park offers some of the best views in the state and takes up nearly 700 acres of mountains, hiking trails, campgrounds, and the scenic Ottauquechee River. For those looking for an unforgettable visit to Vermont, this local favorite should be seen by all. Even guests with children can enjoy a fun filled day with nature, and your best hotel is just minutes away.

Sugarbush Farm

Sugarbush Farm is a local family run business that has been operating for over 60 years. What started off as a simple mail order gift business has grown to become a local favorite. Sugarbush Farm offers some of the best in local fresh made cheeses, famous Vermont maple syrups, and a wide variety of jams, jellies, and other classic gift items. Better yet is that the farm operates during all four seasons, making it an ideal vacation destination any time of year.

Quechee Gorge

The Quechee Gorge is Vermont’s deepest gorge and offers some of the best views around. This 165-foot deep gorge was formed by glaciers roughly 13,000 years ago and can be found just south of Quechee State Park. If you’re looking for great outdoor photo opportunities, challenging whitewater rafting, or even just a unique hiking experience, it doesn’t get more adventurous than this. Best of all, the gorge can be seen from some areas of the State Park, as well as along many areas of U.S. Route 4.

All Attractions



  • The Public House at Quechee Gorge 0.06 miles
  • Pizza Chef 0.2 miles
  • Cj's 0.2 miles
  • Dana's By the Gorge 0.3 miles
  • Simon Pearce 1.4 miles
  • Parker House Restaurant 1.4 miles
  • Route 4 Country Store Deli & B-B-Q 2.0 miles
  • Murphy's Tavern 2.4 miles
  • Long Trail Brewery 10.0 miles


  • Quechee Gorge Village 0.1 miles
  • Upper Valley Plaza 6.8 miles
  • Powerhouse Mall 7.0 miles
  • Kmart 7.1 miles
  • T.J. Maxx 8.0 miles