The villages of Waterbury and Waterbury Center, just 10 minutes north of the Mad River Valley, lie in a fold of Vermont’s Green Mountain range where the Winooski River breaks through on its journey west to Burlington and Lake Champlain.
You won’t find a more convenient location to enjoy the Vermont experience.
Right off Interstate 89 at Exit 10, Waterbury is central to the Mad River Valley, Montpelier, Burlington and Stowe where ski resorts, popular attractions, and nature’s recreational opportunities abound. Our village is full of historic buildings, including the recently restored 1875 train station still in use today as an Amtrak stop. Waterbury is home to some of the country’s best known specialty food manufacturers such as Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, but the atmosphere is still classic Vermont small town, full of charm and smiles.
Thousands of visitors each year make Waterbury their home base, as they enjoy the scenic vistas and outdoor activities and attractions abundant in the area. Waterbury’s central location is important whether your interests are hiking, skiing, sightseeing, cross-country skiing, fishing, sleigh rides, shopping or sampling the offerings and variety of Vermont destinations.