Newport/Derby are the two larger towns and of course Newport sits directly on the shores of Lake Memphremagog. The Gateway and City Dock are quickly becoming the focal point of the community along with a renewed Main Street. But don't just focus your interest in the larger towns, get out and explore the back roads of Holland, Newport Center, Morgan and Jay/Westfield. There is so many wonderful little stops and hidden treasures along the way that we encourage you to seek out. Click on an interest below and it will take directly to their personalized website so you always get accurate, updated information
The area's only Maple Museum,
Tasting, Store and Tour in Derby
A must see and do when visiting downtown Newport
We're so close to the Canadian Border, why not spend a little time with our friends to the north. Get your passport and "head North"! Magog, Quebec (our sister city at the northern end of Lake Memphremagog) is just 20 minutes away from Newport, yet it's like hopping on a plane and flying to Europe.
A must do and see.
Jay Peak Resort is open throughout the summer offering a challenging golf course and New England's largest indoor water park.
This historic museum is located in the Brownington Village Historic District and open throughout the summer
The Kingdom's Kayak King on the Clyde River in Charleston Vermont