Juniper Hill Inn is 20 min away from Woodstock and Quechee.
Hi Leaves are starting to turn, our Sugarbush Farm road has been completely rebuilt and we are excited that we will see lots of visitors in the next month. We appreciate all the e mails and calls folks have taken the time to send and the phone calls that many of made to us to check on road conditions and best way to get here. All roads listed below are in fine condition for regular 2 wheel drive cars.
From Woodstock: Rt 12 north 4/10 mile , turn on to Old River Road ( same road Billings is on ). Continue on Old River Road when it turns from blacktop to gravel. At fork in road take a left on to High Pastures Road ( Sugarbush sign there) and follow that road to Sugarbush Farm road. 10 minutes from Billings to Sugarbush
From White River, I 89 etc: From rt 4 7/10th mile from exit, take Quechee Main St at Fat Hat corner, Go through Quechee ( Simon Pearce now open both for sales and restaurant) through the village, continue on Quechee Main st by the golf course, and then take a right at Hillside road ( Sugarbush Sign there ) and follow to Sugarbush Farm Road. 10 minutes from interstate to Sugarbush Farm.
From Quechee gorge : Take Dewey’s Mill Road, almost across from visitors center, which brings you to Quechee Main St- take left and follow above directions.
Our 15 kinds of cheese, 4 grades of maple syrup and about 30 jars of jam, spreads and mustards are out for sampling. Jerry the baby calf is looking forward to lots of attention!
Vermont Foliage Report: Early Color Tinges the Hillsides
MONTPELIER, Vt. – The stage is set for a beautiful foliage season as early fall color begins to emerge across Vermont’s higher elevations and low-lying areas.
With the current forecast calling for cool nights through the weekend and the combination of adequate soil moisture and healthy green leaves, Vermont foresters are predicting an excellent fall season. In the early stages of fall foliage, the best color can generally be found in higher elevations, the northern sections of the state, and in low-lying areas where red maples are the early sentinels of the seasonal change.
“The cool nights that are in the forecast may pop a little more color our way by the end of the week,” says Ginger Anderson, Chief of Forest Management for the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation. Early morning temperatures are forecasted to dip into the upper 30s this week.
Enjoy your stay!
Woodstock Area Chamber of Commerce