Located in the northeastern region of the United States, Vermont is one of the smallest states in the country. With a population of about 625,000 people, it’s the second least populated state. One of the things Vermont is most known for is being the first state admitted to the Union after the Constitution was ratified.
Vermont has a humid continental climate and is one of the colder states in the country with an annual mean temperature of 43 degrees Fahrenheit. While there are many that may not enjoy such cold weather, Vermont is actually a hotbed for tourism. Tourism makes up one of Vermont’s larger industries as tourists come from all around the country to Vermont so they can ski at resorts up and down the Green Mountain spine. Vermont is also known for its autumn foliage which is considered some of the most beautiful in the entire country.
While Vermont may have a cooler climate, its outdoor beauty and vast rural areas make it a great spot for horses. Despite having the second smallest population in the country, Vermont has a pretty sizable horse population with approximately 25,000. The city of Woodstock, which was voted as the prettiest town in America, is home to many kinds of equestrian activities and is a perfect place for horse properties and horse farms in Vermont.
If you’re looking for horse farms or horse properties in Vermont, feel free to search through our listing of Vermont properties. If you have any questions or comments, we encourage you to contact us or one of our real estate agents. We hope to hear from you soon!
|Horse Population: Approximately 75,000|
|Total Economic Impact: $ -- billion|
|Population : 623,050|
|Land area : 9,250 sq. miles|
|Capita l: Montpelier|
|Counties : 14|
|Highest Point : Mt. Mansfield: 4,393 feet|
|Lowest Point : Lake Champlain: 95 feet|
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