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Rochester (Vermont)

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Rochester is a small town in Vermont. It is known as "The Heart of the Green Mountains" as it is nestled in the White River Valley in the shadow of the Green Mountains.

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No buses run through Rochester, so you pretty much have to have a car to get there. Route 100 cuts north-south through town and Route 73 comes in from the West. Watch the speed limits in these small towns because it drops abruptly and the fuzz are vigilant!

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  • boysenberry, 61 N Main St, [1]. Fun and fashionable fleece, organic cotton and wool clothing for babies, children and adults. Hand made in our store in Rochester, Vermont USA  edit
  • boysenberry, 61 N Main St, 802-767-9591, [2]. Fun and fashionable fleece, organic cotton and wool clothing for babies, children and adults. Hand made in Vermont USA"  edit


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There's not a whole lot of choice, but what choice there is isn't bad.

  • Huntington House Inn, 19 Huntington Place, (802) 767-9140, [3]. B&B with 6 rooms, restaurant and bar. Rooms from $95 off-season.
  • Liberty Hill Farm, 511 Liberty Hill Road, (802) 767-3926, [4]. A real working farm with 160 Holsteins and a few rooms to boot. 7 guest rooms starting at $85 per night (meal included).
  • Chittenden Brook Campground, south side of Rt 73 about 5 miles West of town. Developed campsites in the Green Mountain National Forest $5 per night. No hookups.

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