Mad River Valley videos – enjoy!

An authentic Vermont wedding

The Mad River Valley is the location for an authentic Vermont wedding.  Whether you want a simple affair or “a wedding to top all weddings,” the Mad River Valley provides the resources for planning your destination wedding event. And, no matter the season, there are a variety of activities and amenities for your guests.

Almost There: The Mad River Valley

An unscripted film about the community we call Vermont's Mad River Valley. We like to say 'they come for the mountains, but they stay for the valley.' In this video you will see local farmers, business people, tourists, barns, markets, craft beer, music festivals, skiing, kayaking, running, biking, swimming, golfing and more. We hope you enjoy it as much as we enjoy living, working and playing here in the Mad River Valley.

Connecting Family, Friends & Neighbors

It's been ten years since we've produced a company video and a lot of great things can happen in ten years. This year we partnered with Mt. Mansfield Media to tell the "WCVT story."

The Pitcher Inn

A centerpiece of Warren village, the Pitcher Inn has 11 uniquely-designed guest rooms, a first-class restaurant and basement 'grotto' bar including billiards, darts and shuffleboard.

The Warren Store – the social hub of the universe

A non-traditional country store that not only brings the community together but showcases much that's so wonderful about the Mad River Valley

West Hill House Bed & Breakfast

A focus on acting as personal concierges is the name of the game for the owners of this Warren bed & breakfast.

The Mad River Path

Developing and managing the wonderful trail system in the Mad River Valley

2014 Economic Summit & Community Picnic

Thanks to MRVTV for recording the June 4 economic summit at Lareau Farm

Mehuron’s

A local market where the grocer/owner fills the aisles with unique items not found in chain supermarkets.

Hill Farming in Vermont’s Mad River Valley

A documentary film featuring the history and future of the Mad River Valley’s hill farms. This film, sponsored by the Mad River Valley Planning District and the River Rural Resource Commission and produced by Meg Campbell, reflects on the reasons why the earliest farms in the Valley (and Vermont) took root high above the rich soils of the floodplain.