Making plans for things to do this weekend? There are some wonderful attractions in and around Island Pond. To follow is a collection of some wonderful non-profit organizations and offerings that we both enjoy and support, as well as area businesses that offer some great experiences to enjoy!

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Now located in Glover, Vermont (about 30 minutes from Island Pond) the Bread and Puppet Theater was founded in 1963 by Peter Schumann on New York City’s Lower East Side. Besides rod-puppet and hand puppet shows for children, the concerns of the…

Just under an hour from Island Pond, located in the town of St. Johnsbury is the Fairbanks Museum & Planetarium.  The Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium is northern New England’s premiere museum of natural history. The Museum was founded in…

Island Pond Lake is just over 600 acres and features a five-mile forested shoreline that is dotted with lakeside cottages and year-round homes. The village of Island Pond occupies the northwest shore, The large lake allows for motorboats, making…

The Nulhegan Basin Division is located in the most remote part of Vermont in the towns of Brunswick, Ferdinand, Bloomfield, and Lewis. The division headquarters and visitor contact station is located in Brunswick (about 10 miles east of Island Pond)…

Just a short drive from Island Pond, located in the town of Brownington is the Old Stone House Museum. Originally the dormitory for the first secondary school in Orleans County, this monumental granite structure was completed in 1836 by our nation&…