Taking a ski vacation in Vermont can be tremendous fun for the whole family. But when your children are young, skiing all day might not be an option. That doesn’t mean that Vermont can’t offer plenty of activities to entertain you and your children.
Many of the winter resort properties provide a large selection of activities for children of all ages – activities such as snow tubing, ice skating, and swimming in indoor pools. In addition, many offer kid’s playrooms such as the Funzone Family Entertainment Center at Smuggler’s Notch and the Children’s Play Room at Topnotch.
When looking for activities to entertain your little ones, don’t forget to look at some more unusual local options. Dog sled rides and sleigh rides are offered in many locations throughout Vermont. And many local libraries hold story hours and special activities for young children. For example, the Manchester Community Library in Manchester, Vermont, has Rhyme Time for Tots on Thursdays at 10:30 and Pre-K Playgroup and Storytime on Tuesdays at 10:30.
Last but not least, for some well-earned adult time, take advantage of resort childcare centers and babysitting. Some resorts even provide special children’s programs. For example, Smuggler’s Notch offers all-day children’s programs and both Stratton and Okemo offer a Kid’s Night Out program just for the little ones.
For more ideas, check the Vermont.com Calendar of Events for activities specific to your visit.
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