Hidden away in the surrounding woods and streams of Nebraska Valley, you will find Falls Brook Camp. A retreat from crowded streets and busy life, this property reveals the best that Vermont has to offer. The rustic, but comfortable 4 bedroom country home boasts beautiful views of the enveloping hills and welcomes a variety of wildlife throughout the seasons. The main floor features a large master bedroom with a queen sized sleigh bed and propane woodstove that provides warmth and atmosphere for a restful sleep on a cold snowy night. The main living space also has a bathroom, newly renovated country kitchen, living room, and dining room with walk out access to a farmer's porch and sundeck. The second floor has three additional bedrooms with a queen-size bed, and two full-size beds. These bedrooms share a full bath with jetted tub. Post and beams, along with paneled wooden walls and ceilings provide a unique and inviting warmth and character to this home, illustrative of the Vermont lifestyle. This home is surrounded by all that makes a vacation in Stowe so memorable. Wake to the sound of the babbling brook behind the house and enjoy your morning coffee on the farmer's porch or along the country stone wall running parallel to the brook. In the spring and summer, relax by a private pond in front of the house, listening to the chorus of frogs and birds that make it their home. Ducks, herons and other wildlife frequent the pond. Hike the myriad of local trails. A local kayak launch provides easy access to the Waterbury Reservoir. In the winter, ski or snowshoe out the front door into Mount Mansfield State Forest, or make the 15 minute drive to some of the best downhill skiing in the Northeast. You will welcome the beauty of nature that surrounds this country home in the woods.
Only Stowe Vermont combines a classic 200-year-old village with Mt. Mansfield, Vermont's highest peak. This unique juxtaposition imbues Stowe with a character reminiscent of great European mountain resorts. Stowe has consistently rated tops by travelers worldwide. Here's just some of the more recent reviews on Stowe, Vermont...
"Stowe is a wonderful destination in summer, fall, or winter..." Frommers "Stowe, a magical name in American skiing...is a quintessential Vermont village..." NY Times Stowe, Vermont: Top 5 Best Ski Towns for Summer Vacations Family Circle Magazine
"From high-end spas to skiing and hiking, Stowe seems to offer something for everyone in all seasons..." Boston.com
"...a chic resort with a surfeit of clapboard churches..." The Guardian
"Stowe is the "quintessential Vermont spot...” Newsday
Stowe, Vermont rated Top 9 Mountain Getaways Sharing Travel Experiences
"Stowe is the prototypical Vermont resort town..." National Geographic Magazine
Outdoor Sports & Year-round Activities in Stowe Vermont. At 4,395 feet, Stowe's Mt. Mansfield is- literally- the high point of Vermont. This spectacular mountain forms the centerpiece of a region that is legitimately world famous for its outdoor activities and adventures.
While Stowe is well-known as the winter sports capital of the East, summer is our most popular time to visit! Activities abound: perhaps you'd like to go dog-carting or try your hand at zip lining. Summer in Stowe is a time to enjoy all that Vermont has to offer, from fabulous Green Mountain views along the world-famous Recreation Path to great shopping and dining.
Fall in Stowe brings the explosions of autumn color for which Vermont is internationally famed. The brilliance of Stowe's fall foliage adds an extra dimension of enjoyment to every outdoor pursuit, from serene strolls on the world famous recreation path to nerve-jangling rock climbs on the faces of Smugglers Notch and everything in between.
In winter, skiers and snowboarders come from around the world to experience Mt. Mansfield's storied terrain. Stowe also offers sleigh and dogsledding, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and ice skating. Stowe is especially famous as one of North America's premier cross country skiing destinations, with hundreds of kilometers of groomed and backcountry trails.+ More