Apartments for rent in Vermont

Looking for an apartment in Vermont? This New England state is often referred to as the Green Mountain State, and when you move there, you'll see why. Outdoor recreation is abundant in Vermont with sports and leisure activities for every season. Near many Vermont apartments, you'll find easy access to mountains, lakes, rivers and other beauties brought to us by Mother Nature herself. You'll also have many charming, historic towns to choose from that feature a variety of dining, shopping and entertainment options.

You can find gorgeous, scenic bike trails throughout the state that include, but are certainly not limited to, mountain biking trails in Moosalamoo National Recreation Area and easier rides along the 26-mile Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail where you can admire the natural scenery of farms, fields, forests and wetlands in the area.

If hiking is of more interest to you, you'll be glad to know that there are more than 700 miles of hiking trails in Vermont. The Appalachian Trail and the Long Trail start at the southern border and wind through the Green Mountain range and up to the border of Canada. So no matter where you decide to rent an apartment in Vermont, you won't be far from entry points to amazing walking trails.

For winter sports, Vermont is arguably the best state in the eastern portion of the country. With 20 alpine ski resorts and 30 cross-country areas throughout the state, any apartment you rent in Vermont will be within an approximately an hour's drive from fun downhill skiing, cross-country skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing.

For water of the non-frozen variety, look for apartments near Lake Champlain in the northwestern region of Vermont. As the sixth largest lake in the United States, you can just imagine the abundance of water activities that will be available to you. You can go canoeing, kayaking, sailing, tubing, scuba diving and more on Lake Champlain. Burlington is the largest city on Lake Champlain, and it boasts a lively waterfront, charter boat services, restaurants, an aquarium and many other local attractions, making it a terrific place to rent a Vermont apartment.

If you're a history buff, you'll love living in an apartment near Vermont's Historic Stowe Village. The area is home to many structures that are on the National Register of Historic Places. Two of the many interesting buildings for you and your out-of-town guests to see are the 1864 Community Church and the 19th century Bloody Brook Schoolhouse.

If you want to live in the "Beauty Spot of Vermont," search for apartments in the Lake Elmore community with its beautiful lake and view of Mt. Elmore. It's a perfect home for anyone who loves natural scenery and outdoor recreation, such as hiking, canoeing, paddling and biking.

For a myriad of art, entertainment, shopping and dining options, consider apartments in Vermont's Brattleboro. The downtown area is on the National Historic District and features one of only two Art Deco buildings in Vermont, as well as art galleries, museums, specialty shops and other businesses. Located between the West River and the Connecticut River, the city also provides picturesque views.

Find the best apartments for rent in scenic Vermont today on ApartmentGuide.com.