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Old 01-04-2014, 12:59 PM   #1
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New Hampshire/Vermont Travel Question

Returning from Maine next late next summer/early Fall, want to take a different route to get back South. An interesting route is more important than quickest route.

After getting west on Highway 2, should I travel south on I-93 or I-91? Reason? Campground recommendations on either route? My return destination is Maryland. Thanks.
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:27 PM   #2
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:47 PM   #3
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If you took 91 south, the Brattleboro KOA is between exit 4 and exit 3. Nice campground. Continuing, exit 2 to rt 9 w travel some pretty scenic country- note Hogback Mtn with a 4 state view. 9W to Troy, NY from there you could get on NY State Thruway to 287.
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Old 01-04-2014, 01:58 PM   #4
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Thanks much. Great idea about how to get further west in that area.
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If you have time and haven't been there, Saratoga is a nice olace to visit, especially in early fall
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When you get to Brattleboro, head West to Bennington, we have stayed atGreenwood Lodge and Campground(real really liked it, or go a little more to Camping on the Battenkill. You can hit Manchester, VT, from there hit Thruway, or take road less traveled down thru MA to 90 to Thruway, or thru CT. To make it interesting, then hit 84 Wst to PA then turn South to home, pretty ride. You have lots of choices. Have fun.
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If you can, squeeze in some time to visit Quechee Gorge and then Plymouth, VT for the Calvin Coolidge museum http://www.calvin-coolidge.org/

Great great site!!
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Really appreciate these great ideas.
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From I-91 take I-89 and come to the northwest corner of Vermont. Visit Burlington and Lake Champlain and side trip to Montreal.
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VT Attractions

Hello fellow Streamers. If your up north around St. Johnsbury don't forget to visit Ben & Jerrys Icecream Factory, and Cabot Cheese Factory. We did this last year and had fun. At B&J at the end you get one small scoup of their choice, but at Cabot they had samples of most of the cheeses they make and you can eat cheese(FREE) all day if you like.
Also in that area thre is an outfit called "Nek Quad Tours". My son and I went and you are supplied a guad, and helmet and Phill the guide. We took a 2 hour tour around the trails and had a blast. I'm 81 so don't think your to old for this.
Good luck and happy camping
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