This A-frame cabin building offers you the chance to rent a unique vacation rental while you are in Wilmington, Vermont, United States. The cabin sleeps up to 2 people and has 1 bedroom and 1 bath. The Alpine A-Frame cabin is a beautiful mid-century A-frame building located just down the road from Lake Raponda, Vermont. Pets are allowed. The Alpine A-Frame has everything you need to make your Vermont vacation a memorable one. The wood cabin has a full kitchen, including a four-burner gas stove, oven, microwave, toaster and toaster. It also features a wood-burning midcentury fireplace. AC, WiFi, a shower, Nectar queen-sized mattress with organic sheets, and a P.F. Candle and Beekman 1802 products
The A-Frame cabin also features stylish and modern midcentury decor throughout, an outdoor area with deck, firepit (with provided wood), Weber grill, outdoor dining space, and Adirondack chair, to name just a few. The Alpine A Frame is the perfect place to experience Southern Vermont. Wildwood Collective offers a curated selection of vacation rentals. The Collective has over 400 plus positive reviews and has had the vacation rentals featured in Conde Nast, Time Out NY, NY Post, Boston Magazine, Yankee Magazine, The Daily Beast, Cabin , US World News & World Report, amongst others.
Wilmington, a charming small town located near Bennington in Vermont, is one you should add to your New England bucket-list. Although it is a tiny town with less than 2,000 inhabitants, there are plenty of things to do while you’re in Wilmington, Vermont. You’re sure to find something that interests you, whether you love outdoor adventures or gourmet food. Wilmington offers everything you could want, regardless of what type of activities you enjoy while traveling with loved ones. Here are some ideas for things you could do during your vacation.
Hike Haystack Mountain Trail. The Haystack Mountain Trail is the first thing you should do if your passion is the outdoors. It’s a moderate hiking route that runs approximately five miles. This is a great distance considering the amazing views at the top. There is an elevation gain of just over 1,000 feet along the trail. This means that there is some uphill climbing. The trail is child-friendly and dogs are allowed. However, it is best to do this hike in the spring or summer. This trail can be slippery and muddy during rainy weather so be sure to check the weather before you set out on your hike.
Explore Molly Stark State Park. New England has many state parks, and Molly Stark State Park is no exception. It is one of the best things you can do in Wilmington. This state park is especially large, covering just shy of 150 acres. Molly Stark is the park’s name.
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