Things To Do in Cambridge, Vermont
Two art galleries in the village of Jeffersonville are reknown for fine landscape art.
The Cambridge Arts Council commissioned the painting of two silos at the entrance to town, greeting you are the entrance to Jeffersonville’s main street.
These painted, grain silos each represent Vermont’s heritage and future.
The organization also hosts the annual Festival of the Arts on the second Saturday in August.
Jeffersonville Farmers & Artisans Market unites producers, musicians, neighbors and visitors.
JFAM happens each Wednesday from 4:30-7:30pm from June 16th from – September 29th, 2021.
The outdoor venue is equipped with picnic tables for your dining pleasure and a stage for performances.
They are located at 49 Old Main St. Jeffersonville, by the corner of Route 108S and Main St., by the roundabout. Parking is available at the silo site directly across from the market.
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 area is also home to Smugglers’ Notch Resort, a four-season mountain resort
famous for its skiing and snowboarding terrain – from plenty of beginner terrain to the only triple black diamond in the East. In the summer and fall there’s hiking, biking, swimming and disc-golf.
The Resort’s indoor recreation offers a playground, Laser Tag, Climbing Walls, Slot Car Racing, mini-golf, inflatable games, arcade and an obstacle course for older children and adults.
Scheduled for completion in 2022
lamoille valley rail trail
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 trail serves as the connecting spine to several other significant recreational trails in Vermont and Canada, including the VAST snowmobile trail network, the Long Trail, and the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail.
Join the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail at Cambridge Junction
ONE OF THE Top Destinations in New England
Art, Culture and Unlimited Recreation
The historic Notch acquired the name of Smugglers’ Notch when smugglers circumvented Thomas Jefferson’s early 1800’s embargo. Later on, smugglers transported bootleg liquor during Prohibition in the 1920s. Now a center of recreation combined with arts and culture, the area is popular with hikers with multiple trail options available. Sterling Pond is one of the most popular with a quiet pond at the top. During the winter the Notch is closed to all vehicles. Cross country skiers and snowshoers take advantage of the quiet of the Notch in winter.