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Vermont United States #2 Highway Guide

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Welcome to Vermont!
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Junction of Highway #100
North to communities of Waterbury, Vermont - Stowe, VT and Morrisville, VT. South to Waitsfield, VT. - Warren, VT - and Grandville, VT. North access to Waterbury Center State Park. The park is located about 1/4 mile off VT Route 100 east of Waterbury Reservoir. It is one of Mount Mansfield's newer parks and an essential Central Vermont recreation resource. Sitting on a 90-acre peninsula, the park boasts of hibachis, a nature trail, 22 picnic sites, concession area, swimming beach, trailer boat ramp, tables, restrooms, and boat rentals. NOTE: For highway travel North or south via Vermont Highway #100- See Milebymile.com Road Map Highway Travel Guide - Vermont Highway #100- Massachusetts / Vermont State Line To City of Newport, Vermont for driving directions

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Junction of Highway #100
West access to Little River State Park. Waterbury Reservoir, 830 acres, is very popular for boating and fishing activities as is the Little river, which flows from the Reservoir to the Winooski River . A part of Mt. Mansfield State Forest, Little River State Park consists mainly of 81 tent/trailer campsites, 20 lean-tos, four restrooms (3 of which have hot showers), and a sanitary dump station. No hookups are available. It is the most widely used campground in Centeral Vermont as well as the largest. Area Attractions: Granite Quarries in Barre, VT; Camel's Hump in North Duxbury, VT; Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream Factory and Cold Hollow Cider Mill on Route 100, Waterbury, VT; Waterbury Flea Market; Alpine Slide and Gondolas in Stowe, VT; State Capitol and Historical Society in Montpelier, VT.
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Roadside turnout
Picnic area, tables - North side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel with view area - North side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - South side of highway.
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5.3
View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Access to state police
North side of highway.
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View from highway
Access to Interstate Highway #89 - North of the highway.
Access to Interstate Highway #89 - North of the highway.
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Community of Middlesex, Vermont
Middlesex, Vermont is home to two parcels of Vermont State Forest land that are part of the Putnam State Forest. This state forest includes much of the higher elevation land of the Worcester Range. The trailhead for two hiking trails that ascend White Rocks Mountain and Hunger Mountain.
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Services and gas available at the highway
North side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #100B
West to community of Moretown - South side of highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - North side of highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Roadside turnout
Access to picnic area.
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Junction of Highway #2 Business Route

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Access to I-89

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Junction of Highway #12
South to communities of Riverton, Vermont - Bethal, Vermont and Windsor, Vermont. Note: Highway #12 overlaps Highway #2 at this point.
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Services, diesel at the highway
West side of highway.
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Berlin Street
City of Montpelier, Vermont. Note: Highway #12 overlap ends at this point. North access to communities of Worcester, Vermont and Morrisville, Vermont.
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Services and gas at the highway
West side of highway.
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Junction of Highway #302 East
Access to community of Barre, VT. - Groton, VT. and Boltenville, VT. - South side of highway.
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Services, gas and diesel at the highway
South side of highway.
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Access to campgrounds at the highway.

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Community of East Montpelier, Vermont

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Junction of Highway #14
South to community of Barre, Vermont - 5 miles. Note: Highway #14 overlaps Highway #12 at this point.
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Junction of Highway #14 North
Access to communities of North Montpelier, VT. - Hardwick, VT. and Irasburg, VT.. Note: Highway #14 overlap ends at this point.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Plainfield, Vermont
Incorporated 1797 - Western limits. In 1777, when Vermont became an independent state and decided that all territory not granted by New Hampshire should be 'vacant' land, Plainfield, VT. was one such piece of land between Montpelier, VT. and Marshfield, VT. This gore, (one of the bits and pieces of land left over after a regular township had been surveyed), was granted to James Whitelaw, James Savage and William Coit in 1788 and called St. Andrew's Gore.
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Junction of Highway #214
North to North Montpelier, VT. and to the Goddard College.
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Services and gas available at the highway

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Services, gas and diesel at the highway
West side of highway.
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View from the highway
View from the highway
View from the highway driving East.
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Access to campgrounds and RV Park
South side of highway.
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Access to lodging

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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Access to campgrounds
South side of highway.
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Access to lodging
South side of highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Marshfield, Vermont

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Junction of Highway #215
North to communities of Cabot, Vermont and Walden Station, Vermont.
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Juntion of Highway #232
East to communities of Groton, VT. - South Ryegate, VT and Wells River, VT. Access to New Discovery State Park, Kettle Pond State Park and Boulder Beach State Park. Stillwater State Park - South of the highway. New Discovery State Park. Facilities: Campground with 47 tent/trailer sites, 14 lean-tos, restrooms with hot showers, sanitary dump station, play area, hiking trails, and a picnic shelter (at Osmore Road 1 mile from the campground). Hookups not available at the park. The Kettle Pond State Park's campground has five separate groups of 27 lean-tos, swimming area, hand pump well, cartop boat launch, 3 double pit restrooms, and miles of hiking trails. Boulder Beach State Park. The day use area has 75 shaded picnic sites with tables and hibachis. All restrooms have lavatories and flush toilets. There is 200 feet of beach and swimming area. Stillwater State Park. Facilities: The campground has 62 sites for tents/trailers and 17 lean-tos. There are hot showers in all the restrooms, as well as a sanitary dump station, however there are no hookups.
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View from highway
State run roadside turnout with scenic viewpoint - East side of highway.
State run roadside turnout with scenic viewpoint - East side of highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Junction of Highway #15
West access to communities of Hardwick, VT. - Morrisville, VT. and Jeffersonville, VT.
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Community of Danville, Vermont
Danville, Vermont is a small rural community defined by several distinct compact historical villages surrounded by farmland, forests and scenic vistas
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Services and gas available at the highway
West side of highway.
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View from highway
Roadside turnout with view point.
Roadside turnout with view point.
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Access to RV park and campgrounds
East side of highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Junction of Highway #2B
East of the highway.
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Community of St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Access to I-91 South to communities of Barnet, VT. - McIndoe Falls, VT. and White River Junction, VT. Access to I-93 South to Lower Waterford, VT. and Littleton, VT.
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Access to I-91 North
Access to communities of Lyndon, VT. - Barton, VT. and Orleans, VT. North access to Crystal Lake VT.State Park. Crystal Lake is approximately three miles long and about one mile in width. In some places it is known to be more than 100 feet deep. It is a glacial lake beautifully situated among roughhewn mountain sides. Facilities: The beach area has almost a mile of sandy shoreline with a marked swimming area. The large historic granite bathhouse has rest rooms, changing areas, and a concession stand. There are approximately 40 free standing charcoal grills, nearly 80 picnic tables, play areas, rental boats and canoes, and lots of parking space.
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Access to Highway #2B
This is a secondary highway - East side of the highway.
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View from highway - Photo St. Johnsbury, VT. welcome highway sign.
View from highway - Photo   St. Johnsbury, VT.   welcome highway sign.
Welcome to St. Johnsbury, VT. St. Johnsbury, VT. was settled by Jonathan Arnold, a Rhode Island native. He built the first frame dwelling in 1787, on a spot at the north end of Main Street now known as Arnold Park. Allen spent a considerable portion of his life in the effort to achieve independence for what is now Vermont, commanding (1770-1775) an irregular force called the Green Mountain Boys, so named in defiance of the New York threat to drive Vermont settlers off the fields and 'into the Green Mountains.
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Services, gas and diesel available at the highway
West side of the highway.
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View from highway
Business section of St. Johnsbury, VT. Junction of Highway #5 North to communiti
Business section of St. Johnsbury, VT. Junction of Highway #5 North to communities of Coventry, VT. and Newport, VT. Access to Highway #5A North to Westmore, VT. - West Charleston, VT. and Derby Center, VT. Junction of Alternate Highway #5. Junction of Highway #2 North.
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Railroad Street
Junction of Highway #5 South to Passumpsic, Wells River and Bradford.
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Services, diesel at the highway
West side of highway.
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View from highway - Photo looking at the Passumpsic River, Vermont
View from highway - Photo looking at  the Passumpsic River, Vermont
Point of Information - crossing the Passumpsic River, Vermont. This river rises in Caledonia, and on the south border of Essex counties. It passes south about 35 miles and falls into the Connecticut at Barnet, about a mile below the foot of Fifteen Mile Falls, Vermont.
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Access to I-93
South side of highway.
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Community of East St. Johnsbury, Vermont

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Access to community of Lyndonville, Vermont
9 miles North of highway. Lyndon, Vermont is located in the heart of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, a magical place where covered bridges co-exist with high technology. Known for it's breathtaking beauty.
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Access to Bed & Breakfast
West side of highway.
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Community of South Kirby, Vermont
West of the highway. Burke, VT. - Victory, VT. - Concord, VT. - St. Johnsbury, VT. - and Lyndon border Kirby, in Caledonia County. The Town is located in the northeast section of Vermont, known as the Northeast Kingdom.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Concord, Vermont

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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services.
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Diesel and gas available at the highway
West side of highway.
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View from highway
Business section of Concord, Vermont.
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Access to campgrounds
West side of highway.
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Access to campgrounds
West side of highway.
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Community of North Concord, Vermont

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Access to communities of Victory, Vermont and Granby, Vermont
West side of highway. Serives and gas available - West side of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no services - West side of the highway.
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Access to community of Miles Pond, Vermont
East side of the highway.
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Roadside turnout
Gravel, no service - East side of the highway.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - West side of the highway.
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Access to community of East Concord, Vermont and Gilman, Vermont
East of the highway.
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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Community of Lunenburg, Vermont
Services, gas available - East side of highway. Acess to South Lunenburg - 2 miles South of the highway. Lunenburg, Vermont is one of the earliest settlements in Vermont. Samuel and Lucretia (Williams) Gates, ancestors of former First Lady, Bess (Wallace) Truman, are buried here along with Col. Azariah Webb, a hero of the Revolutionary War.
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Roadside turnout
Paved, no services - East side of the highway.
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Access to campground and lodging

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View from highway
View from highway driving East.
View from highway driving East.
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Junction of Highway #102 North
Access to community of Guildhall, VT. - 7 miles; to Bloomfield, VT. - 23 miles. North access to Maidstone State Park. Maidstone is the most remote of Vermont's state parks and still retains much of the wilderness character associated with the Northeast Kingdom. Maidstone Lake was created when glacial ice carved out a deep basin in a preexisting valley. The lake offers good lake trout and salmon fishing and has had some outstanding record catches. The campground has 45 tent and trailer sites and 37 lean-tos. Three of the four rest rooms have hot showers. There is a sanitary dump station, but no available hookups.
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Welcome to New Hampshire - The Granite State!
Welcome to New Hampshire - The Granite State!
For highway travel east via U.S. Highway #2 See Milebymile.com U.S. Highway #2 - New Hampshire Road Map Travel Guide - Vermont State Line to Maine State Line for driving directions. - Start/finish of highway travel log. - S&e

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