Life in Quechee VT

Quechee, Vermont is a picturesque community of fewer than 700 people, situated on the eastern border of Vermont about 10 miles from New Hampshire. Quechee was once a thriving mill town, today the Ottauquechee River serves as a beautiful backdrop and recreation source. Quechee’s scenic country side attracts many visitors to the area throughout the year. 

Spend Time Outside in Quechee

Quechee State Park is a popular hiking destination among residents and tourists alike. The park, which is located along Route 4 in Quechee, features 7 lean-to sites and 45 tent/trailer sites. The Focal point of Quechee State Park is the Quechee Gorge, which is sometimes referred to as the “Little Grand Canyon of Vermont”. The gorge, which is the deepest gorge in Vermont, reaches depths of 165 feet. The gorge can be viewed from the bridge on Route 4 as well as from trails that run along either side of the gorge. The Ottauquechee River flows through the bottom of the gorge and is popular among white water kayakers.

Quechee Homes for Sale

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