Virginia Beach Is For Everyone
The New England state of Vermont is beautiful when the leaves change in the fall. It is small state nestled between the highly cosmopolitan state of New York and the calmer state of New Hampshire with Quebec bordering it in the north. The Green Mountains run through the center of the state with its dense forests and wildlife while Lake Champlain runs across the northwest part of the state. The nature lover will love Vermont's 52 state parks that are filled with plenty of outdoor activities. A Vermont timeshare will allow you to experience everything this small but vivacious state has to offer.
Like many other states of America's northeast, Vermont was originally settled by Native American Indians including the Mohicans and Iroquois. The Iroquois had claimed the state as their hunting grounds and it is believed that Viking explorer Olaf Tomsson once lived in the area before the Indians forced him and his people to leave. The Lake Champlain area was later settled by the French who found allies in the Indians before being forced out of Vermont by the settling English.
Vermont is well known for its ski resorts and if you love the winter weather then this is the time to really look into a Vermont timeshare. The ski resorts located in the state offer visitors plenty of winter fun with cross country and downhill skiing opportunities galore. During the warmer summer months you can enjoy hiking, fishing and other water sports in between visiting the small towns that abound throughout the state. The best time of year to visit Vermont, however, is in the fall. The trees turn a riot of colors and this is the best time to enjoy the state's sweetest treat: maple syrup in a variety of different forms.
The First Landing State Park is within short distance of your Virginia Beach timeshare and it makes a great day out hiking or biking the trails that meander through the wetlands and along Broad Bay. You will be able to enjoy the natural beauty of the area while observing much of the wildlife that live in this part of Virginia. If you truly love getting back to nature you may also consider visiting the 800 acre Back Bay National Wildlife Refuge Park and the False Cap State Park. The Old Coast Guard Station and the Cape Henry Lighthouses are also open to visitors and will round off a great day of seeing the Virginia coastline.
History buffs visiting Vermont should check out Burlington on the eastern shore of Lake Champlain. The city was once one of the state's busiest ports and today it offers visitors great views of the Adirondack Mountains.
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