A four-season outdoor playground.

Vermontville Homes for Sale

Nestled in the heart of Franklin County, Vermontville, offers outdoor enthusiasts a haven of recreational opportunities year-round. From world-class snowmobiling trails in winter to scenic hiking, fishing, and boating spots in summer, Vermontville promises unforgettable adventures amidst breathtaking Adirondack landscapes.

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School District: Saranac Lake Central School District

Recreation: Snowmobiling, fishing, hiking, boating, mountain biking.

Nestled in Franklin County, the quaint hamlet of Vermontville beckons outdoor enthusiasts with its diverse array of recreational opportunities. Renowned for its exceptional snowmobiling trails, Vermontville has earned a reputation as one of the premier destinations for winter sports in the eastern United States. Amidst the picturesque winter landscape, visitors and residents alike can explore miles of pristine trails perfect for snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Additionally, the nearby Loon Lake provides ample opportunities for ice fishing, adding to the allure of this winter wonderland. As the seasons transition, Vermontville transforms into a haven for summer activities, with swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, and mountain biking among the popular pastimes.

Kate Mountain, owned by the Town of Franklin, serves as another beloved recreation area in Vermontville. From hiking trails and baseball fields to a play structure and skating rink, Kate Mountain provides endless opportunities for outdoor enjoyment and community gatherings. With its abundant natural beauty and diverse range of activities, Vermontville stands as a captivating destination for visitors and residents alike, offering a truly immersive outdoor experience in the heart of upstate New York.

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Jon Gorgas and his family hold up a large fish that they caught while ice fishing on a lake
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