Mendon, Vermont 05701
Mendon VT Inn Lodging Dining Real Estate & History
Mendon, Vermont is a town in Rutland County Vermont. Mendon, Vermont was originally chartered as Medway, the town changed names a few times before becoming Mendon in 1827. The Aitken State Forest covers 918 acres of Mendon and includes hiking trails up Bald Mountain, camping, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Today, Mendon is a popular vacation destination. The fabulous Vermont Inn is located in Mendon. Other Mendon Vermont inns and resorts include Mountain Sun Motor Inn, Red Clover Inn, and others. Hiking, Golfing, Skiing, Mountain Biking are popular activities.
Mendon Vermont History
Edward H Ripley, a local business person and Brevet Brigadier General for the Union Army hailed from Mendon. Ripley was born in 1839 and is buried in Evergreen Cemetery in Rutland, VT.
The Vermont Inn, 69 Rt. 4, Mendon, VT 05701 | 800-541-7795
This 1840 farmhouse on six acres surrounded by the Green Mountains was featured in Recommended Country Inns of New England and VERMONT Magazine, and offers fine dining with an extensive wine list. Golf and ski packages are available.
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Mendon, VT Local Information
Mendon Town Offices: 802-775-1662
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