Johnson is a town in Lamoille County, Vermont, United States. The population was 3,274 at the 2000 census. Johnson is home of Johnson State College, a part the Vermont State Colleges system. The Vermont Studio Center is located in the village of Johnson, a part of the town.
Restaurants in Johnson
4.5 based on 99 reviews
Vermont brewery known for its hand-made beer.
This is a tasting room and gift shop. The wife of the brewer was "manning" the bar. The bar was beautiful and made by her brother. They have great beer but the best was the Vermonters Brandywine was the best. With 10% abv and 100 ibu it is very well balanced. The spruce stout was good too. Thanks for the recommendation to drive to Willoughby lake.
4 based on 397 reviews
Smugglers' Notch offers fun for the whole family no matter the season.
Started coming here in the 70's and it was always a great resort for families. I must add that I hadn't been here in 30 some years and the new corporate regiment isn't for me. its very obvious that the corporate influence has a bunch of your kids that can't make a decision and have to ask a supervisor for the littlest task decision. Its also intrusive, when you try to buy a lift ticket they ask so much personal info to obviously market hound you a few weeks after you leave. Its still a great mountain but this resort corporate thing is for the birds. We stayed at a great cabin down the road. As for the food, day one it was very good, the second day we ordered the same soups and wings, awful. But it was Christmas so maybe the good cook was off!
5 based on 1 reviews
Between the West Branch River and Route 108 is a biking trail full of scenic vistas and small town atmosphere.
No matter what season it is, the Rec Path has something for everyone. Magnificent mountain views, streams, rivers, meandering paths through fields, across bridges, through woodlands. Walk, hike, snowshoe, cross country ski, bike, picnic, rest on benches along the way- something for everyone. Parking in town behind the community church and taking the path all the way out and back is 11 miles. A must see for all to enjoy when visiting.
5 based on 27 reviews
My husband and I recently spent three nights at the Governor's House, and it was a wonderful experience. Our hostess, Suzanne, was very helpful, informative, and an interesting conversationalist. It was a birthday getaway, and she came up with a great suggestion for dinner and made reservations for us. We stayed in the Garden Room, which was attractive, comfortable, and clean. Breakfast was served in the beautiful dining room with a lovely view of the back lawn, and one evening we enjoyed a glass of wine on the private patio that overlooked the rolling front lawn. It was a quick drive to the charming town of Stowe along beautiful country roads, and we also took an hour-long drive to Woodstock. There are plenty of nearby outdoor activities to enjoy, such as zip lining and hiking (check out Smugglers' Notch). In fact, within walking distance is a lovely rail trail that takes the walker into some beautiful farming country and along a river. On our last morning, my husband and I were the only two guests at breakfast, and Suzanne arranged a small intimate spot for us to have breakfast in front of the picture window in the dining room. It made for a lovely experience and memory. Our stay the The Governor's House was a relaxing and peaceful getaway.
5 based on 12 reviews
Lamoille Valley Bike Tours offers electric bicycle tours and rentals on and around the Lamoille Valley Rail Trail. We provide a new and authentic means to view, visit, and explore the natural beauty, local attractions, artisans, breweries and businesses of Lamoille County, Vermont! Connecting communities and visitors to a whole new Vermont adventure! Offering rentals and themed tours including our Vermont Bike and Brew Tour! Ride to three local breweries, enjoy craft VT beer and food all accessible by the rail trail!
I found this tour on the Stowe chamber site. I took a chance. I'm so glad we did. These bikes were amazing. Each bike has a battery pack that gently assists you when your peddling. It was smooth and really an enhancement to our outdoor...MoreIt was such a pleasure to have you ride and we're so glad you enjoyed your e-bike adventure!
4 based on 23 reviews
Factory outlet store selling jackets, sweaters and blankets.
My wife and drove out to Johnson Woolen Mills today (15 minutes from Stowe) to check out their hand made clothes. We were so impressed ! The quality of the clothing, the size of their showroom, the variety in their assortment of clothing is incredible.
As we entered this little "hamlet", the store and factory are on the right. We found the store's staff to be friendly, knowledgable and quite helpful. The owner Stacey came into the store to gather some information from one of the employees and the next thing we knew, she had introduced herself, shared the history of her family's business and helped us pick out some items ! She is very proud of her family, its commitment to this important community business, and she carries the mantel of "Made in America" !
We stayed for a little over an hour, and left with some new, handsome clothes that we feel we personally made by hand for us !
We will be back again...and you should make this trip ! For us, this was delightful !
4.5 based on 206 reviews
With a short walk, you can enjoy a ravine with a waterfall.
A short ten minute drive out of Stowe and a right turn onto Randolph Road and another right onto Moss Glen Falls gets you to this trailhead. Parking for about 15 cars on the roadside and the trail is well presented. Footing is good but in wet conditions the wooden boardwalk section can become slippery. Stoic footwear is recommended but I did see people in trainers make it to the top.
There are two basic paths, one that stays with the stream and the other which takes you to the short ascent to the top view. My wife is not the most athletic person and she managed it fine but did decline the short walk alongside the stream and across the strategically placed 'stepping stones' to get the best views.
Obviously, the flow over the waterfall will depend upon how much rain the area has seen and in October we got quite an impressive flow. Not as spectacular as waterfalls in Canada, Austria and Germany but for the area it was certainly worth the visit and small amount of exertion needed. give yourself 15 minutes each way to walk it and then however long you want to spend looking at the beauty.
4.5 based on 77 reviews
Smugglers' Notch Distillery® is a father/son partnership in Jeffersonville, Vermont. The distillery was founded in 2006 at the foot of the famed Smugglers' Notch, site of many a clandestine bootlegger's run through this rugged Vermont mountain pass. The smuggling route was actually first used during the 1800s to move goods during the trade embargo and then again in the 1920s to move liquor during prohibition. Today this enchanting area provides outdoor enthusiasts with a boulder-laden curved mountain road and caves to explore. Smugglers' Notch Distillery® provides Carefully crafted, award-winning spirits. Using the finest ingredients blended with pristine Vermont spring water, we make, barrel age, blend, and hand-bottle remarkably distinctive, spirits one small batch at a time.
The shop in conveniently located with parking. It is small, but has nice displays and accommodating staff. The tasting is $12 for four small pours (1/4 oz or so) and you can pick from 8 to 10 varieties. They explain each including the recipe, style, notes, etc. The spirits are good, but expensive. Small bottles and glasses, etc. are also available.
4.5 based on 287 reviews
This narrow path through thousand-foot cliffs, once a smuggling route into Canada, is now a park used for biking, hiking, picnicking and rockclimbing.
We loved the ease of accessibility and immediate beauty that this park affords. Park on the side of the road and start hiking UP. A walking stick would be helpful. Sterling Lake is a gem and the whole area, being a ski resort, has lots of trails to hike.
4.5 based on 67 reviews
End of vacation at Smugglers Notch included the people from Lajoie Stables and their ponies at the small fairgrounds. Friendly, smiling attendants were so nice and accommodating to all the small children. What a treat for my grandson who rode over and over again.
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