Gateway to Smugglers' Notch
EXPLORE ONE OF NEW ENGLAND'S TOP DESTINATIONS
OUTDOOR MARKETS & ART
As you arrive in town you'll be greeted by two painted grain silos, with images highlighting Vermont's heritage and future. The silos are an icon of Cambridge and commissioned by the Cambridge Arts Council who also hosts an annual Arts Festival in the Summer. Additionally in the Summer, the Jeffersonville Farmers & Artisans Market unites makers, musicians, neighbors and visitors each Wednesday evening. Finally, two art galleries in the village of Jeffersonville are open year round and feature Vermont landscape works.
Our picturesque mountain town boasts outdoor recreational activities year round. From skiing and snowmobiling in the Winter, to exploring our extensive trails systems on foot or by bike in the Summer. There is an activity for everyone, every season whether you're a beginner or tried and true thrill seeker.
LOCAL FOOD & SHOPPING
You will find Pure Vermont Maple Syrup, Vermont Cheddar Cheese, our Famous Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream, as well as local brews, spirits and so much more.
Our small retail shops are family owned and housed in vernacular buildings throughout our villages bringing you a variety of local goods.
The longest rail trail in New England runs directly through Cambridge and connects to the village center by the Cambridge Greenway. The multi-use, rail trail extends across five counties in northern Vermont, a total of 93 miles from St. Johnsbury to Swanton.
The Lamoille Valley Rail Trail
WHAT'S HAPPENING IN CAMBRIDGE
A small mountain town with a big community, explore Cambridge's year round activities, from outdoor recreation to farmers’ markets, arts and history!
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