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Explore the local Community


The Peacham Cafe: Open for breakfast and lunch Tuesday through Sunday. Great coffee and active town hub. The Corner Guild next door sells sweet antiques and gifts.

The Peacham Library: Visit the website for weekly offerings including movie screenings, story hours, workshops, etc.

The Peacham Church: You'll see this place in all it's glory on Saturday! Touted as Vermont's most photographed church.

Devil's Hill (hike): Best hike for foliage sighting! Off Greenbay Loop onto Devil's Hill Road at the end of the road, this 45 min.-1 hr. roundtrip hike offers incredible views of the green mountains.


Harvey's Lake: The beach is wonderful and the lake itself is very scenic. The road looping around the lake is great for a (~7miles) warm-up ride. The site of Jacques Cousteau's first scuba dive! 

West Barnet Quick Stop: Local spot for gas, a snack on the go, and MAPLE CREEMEES. Sometimes Derrick is there with his Genuine Jamaican food -- AMAZING!


Marty's Quick Stop: Gas and convenience grocery store with prepared deli options. Ian sources the best watermelons here and this is where we go for a Ben & Jerry's fix. ATM located here, also.

Red Barn Brewing: Located off Route 2 in Danville, often featuring live music and awesome company. Great spot to enjoy Ian's favorite DIPA: Little Devil!

Bentley's Bakery and Cafe: Stop in for a coffee (maple latte!), pastry, sandwich or soup.

Studium B [Fitness]: Across the street from Bentley's. Gretchen used to teach yoga here, and there are great Barre, yoga, and personal training classes here.

Danville Inn & Restaurant: A bangin' classic diner-style breakfast for an outrageously affordable cost. Bottomless coffee.


Artesano in Groton, about 20 minutes away, makes ice cream, mead, kombucha, vinegar, and tonic from scratch with locally sourced ingredients. They use local honey as the only sweetener in their products, and can sometimes be found at the Peacham Farmer's Market. 


The Milkhouse: The starting and ending location for the local Tuesday night "Creemee Ride" (meet at 5:30pm) and a great spot for a maple creemee. Make sure to get the maple sprinkles!

Kingdom Taproom and Table: The BEST spot to find a killer beer selection and grab a tasty, seasonal bite. Kingdom Table is the full restaurant upstairs, Kingdom Taproom is downstairs.

Cosmic Cup: Pop in for a coffee and pastry, or enjoy a fresh, local salad or sandwich. They have lots of delicious pickled items!

Kham's Thai Cuisine: If you need a more ethnic fixin' with some spice!

Catamount Arts: A great spot for independent films, artistic shows, performances, music, and more!


Fairbanks Museum: Vermont's best (and only!) Natural History Museum. Fabulous for kids or adults, with a wonderful planetarium!

Saint Johnsbury Athenaeum (BEAUTIFUL Public Library): Just go to see this incredible space! Art gallery at the back, $5.

Maple Grove Farms: All things maple, great spot for gifts. Get yourself a treat!

Dog Mountain: A dog park and public space open with walking trails, a gift shop featuring Stephen Hunek's dog-centric art, and a "dog chapel".


Hill Farmstead Brewery in Greensboro Bend, about 40 minutes away. Named Best Brewery in the World in 2018!

Jasper Hill Cellars makes Gretchen's favorite blue cheese, Bayley Hazen Blue, and where cellars for the aging of Cabot Creamery's clothbound cheddar are located -- and the milk for which comes from a farm in Peacham.


Kingdom Trails in East Burke is about 40 minutes away and offers some of the best single-track mountain bike riding in the country. 

Village Sport Shop/Trailside: Visit either location for bike rentals, tools and equipment, or for awesome mechanic service. We love these guys.

Hoagie's Ice Cream Window: One of Ian's favorite and no longer the location where he has consumed the most maple creemee in one visit. 

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