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Visit Randolph

Easier to visit than you'd think. More to offer than you'd imagine.

Randolph is in the geographic center of Vermont, conveniently located at Exit 4 on US 89.  

From the north, get off Exit 4, and take a right toward the gas station and McDonald's.

From the south, get off Exit 4, and take a left back over the freeway.

You'll see the Whale Dance sculpture on your left, and the road will take you down into our little valley. Keep left as you pass the Fire Department, and follow the road over the bridge. That's it — you'll be in downtown Randolph.


Getting to Randolph is simple. 

We're 5 hours from New York City, a little over 4 from Quebec City, about 3 from Portland, ME, and - get this - only 2 hours from Boston.

Conveniently situated amongst Vermont ski resorts to the north and south.

If you plan to make day trips to various parts of the state during a holiday or vacation, then Randolph provides an ideal launching pad for your daily excursions.

Borders north and south are both within 90 minutes and if you planned to ski or board every mountain in Vermont, you couldn't ask for a more centralized base camp.

(We're the tiny blue dot.)

The Downtown is part of the National Main Street Program, and Randolph's recreation opportunities offered locally are varied with excellent resources for all seasons and abilities.

Vermonter Amtrak train service

Randolph has been a train station town since 1850, and there's a daily Amtrak train called The Vermonter that comes through downtown. Find more about The Vermonter schedules and ticketing on Amtrak's website.