Chartered in 1781, Cambridge, Vermont, is close to Smuggler’s Notch Resort, the Long Trail, scenic areas with spectacular fall foliage, and all the best Vermont has to offer. Take advantage of rural Vermont life year-round in the beautiful Lamoille Valley by cross-country or downhill skiing, bicycling on the area’s picturesque roads and trails, and hiking. (View Map),
Cambridge includes the villages of Jeffersonville and Cambridge, and is the home to numerous restaurants, B&B’s, and charming local businesses, such as Boyden Valley Winery and Poorhouse Pies. Cambridge, Vermont, also proudly features three stunning covered bridges and the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail, a newly established four-season recreational trail. Cambridge, Vermont, has a public PK-6 elementary school, and a private preschool.
Jeffersonville is in an area more commonly known as “Smugglers’ Notch” because it is the location for the popular (and very family-friendly) Smugglers’ Notch Ski Area, situated on the northern flank of Mount
Mansfield. Surrounded by more than 3,000 acres of pristine forest, spectacular mountain vistas, and postcard-perfect scenes, Jeffersonville is a very special part of rural Vermont.
A village of about 600 people, Jeffersonville is located within the town of Cambridge, east of Burlington, and just northwest of Stowe. Jeffersonville is situated in the Lamoille Valley at the junctions of Vermont Route 15 and Vermont Route 108 – the road leading from Smuggler’s Notch to Stowe, Vermont.
This spectacular corner of Vermont is renowned for its history and outdoor experiences. Tour the many quaint nearby Vermont towns, exploring everything from dining to shopping for crafts and antiques, art galleries, wineries, breweries and Vermont-made products. Burlington, Vermont, with its fine dining, shopping, and many other attractions is less than an hour away.
Jeffersonville has one PK-6 elementary school, and older students may attend the nearby Hyde Park middle and high schools.