Explore Jericho Vermont
Jericho is a beautiful, small town with breathtaking views of Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest mountain. Brown’s River flows through the town and provides an excellent spot for outdoor activity. Jericho is famous throughout the world as being the home of Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley who photographed over five thousand snowflakes and noted that each individual flake is unique. His work is presented in the Old Red Mill and Museum in Jericho Center by the Jericho Historical Society.
mountain. Brown’s River flows through the town and provides an excellent spot for outdoor activity Vermont character, but is also just a short drive to downtown Burlington’s Church Street Marketplace, a pedestrian mall offering some of the best dining, shopping, and entertainment Vermont has to offer.
Open meadows and forested hillsides can be found at The Mills Riverside Park, with more than six miles of trails you will enjoy recreational opportunities year round. There are athletic fields for sporting event, a large pond for fishing, and several acres for dog owners to let their dogs run off their leashes.
The parks and recreation program in Jericho provides activities throughout the year for families to stay active. It has especially great camps for children in the summertime.
Things to do
Jericho Center has a large green where you can often find activities occurring throughout the four seasons. The town library is also located here where you can enjoy your favorite book.
West Bolton Golf Club is located in Jericho, nestled in the Green Mountains and offering 18 holes of affordable golfing with breathtaking views.
Jericho is centrally located for those interested in downhill skiing with Bolton Valley Resort a thirty minute drive south and Smugglers’ Notch Resort a thirty minute scenic drive north.