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Vermont County Map

Vermont is divided into 14 counties which are all represented in the map of Vermont. Here's a list of all of them, featured in the Vermont Counties map:

Addison County

Bennington County

Caledonia County

Chittenden County

Essex County

Franklin County

Grand Isle County

Lamoille County

Orange County

Orleans County

Rutland County

Washington County

Windham County

Windsor county

Can you find them all on our Vermont county map?

About Vermont

State Capital: Montpelier

Population: As of the 2020 census, Vermont's estimated population stands at just over 643,000 people.

Most Populous County: Chittenden County is the state's most populous county, encompassing the city of Burlington, Vermont's largest city.

Least Populous County: Essex County, located in the northeastern part of the state, holds the distinction of being Vermont's least populated county.

Major Cities: Apart from the capital city of Montpelier, some of Vermont's significant cities include Burlington, Rutland, and South Burlington.

More Facts about Vermont

Nickname: Known as the "Green Mountain State" because of the Green Mountains that run north to south through the middle of the state.

  1. Syrup: Vermont is the leading producer of maple syrup in the U.S. The state's stringent quality standards give its syrup a renowned purity and taste.

  2. Dairy: Vermont is historically known for its dairy farming and artisan cheeses.

  3. Natural Beauty: Vermont boasts beautiful landscapes, from its colorful autumn foliage to its snow-covered peaks in winter. This makes it a popular destination for outdoor activities like skiing, snowboarding, hiking, and leaf-peeping.

  4. Ben & Jerry's: The world-famous ice cream brand originated in Vermont, in the city of Burlington. The company's original factory in Waterbury is a popular tourist destination.

  5. Lake Champlain: One of the largest freshwater lakes in the U.S., Lake Champlain lies between Vermont and New York and is known for its scenic beauty and recreational activities.

  6. Environmentally Conscious: Vermont is recognized for its strong environmental ethos and commitment to sustainable living. It was the first state to ban hydraulic fracturing (fracking) for natural gas.

  7. Marble and Granite: Barre, Vermont, is known as the "Granite Capital of the World," and the state has a rich history of marble and granite quarrying.

  8. Birthplace of Presidents: Vermont is the birthplace of two U.S. presidents: Chester A. Arthur and Calvin Coolidge.

  9. Progressive Politics: Bernie Sanders, a prominent figure in progressive American politics, has represented Vermont as both a congressman and a senator.

From its natural allure to its iconic products and notable figures, Vermont holds a distinct place in the American landscape and culture.

Vermont and New England

New England, located in the northeastern corner of the United States, is a region steeped in history and natural beauty. Comprising six states—Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut—New England is known for its picturesque landscapes, ranging from the rugged coastline of Maine to the rolling hills of Connecticut. The region played a pivotal role in early American history, from the Pilgrims' landing at Plymouth Rock to the revolutionary fervor of Boston.

Vermont's neighboring states

Vermont, one of the New England states, is nestled among some picturesque neighbors.

To its north lies the Canadian province of Québec. To the west is New York, with the vast Lake Champlain forming a natural boundary between the two states. New Hampshire borders Vermont to the east, defined by the Connecticut River. Massachusetts lies to the south of Vermont, connecting it to the broader stretch of New England.

The Green Mountain State, as Vermont is affectionately known, interweaves seamlessly with these neighboring areas, sharing both history and natural beauty.

About the Vermont map

Explore the Green Mountain State through this detailed map of Vermont, showcasing its counties in clear and distinct boundaries. Each county, from Chittenden in the west to Essex in the northeast, has its unique charm and history. As you traverse this map, the names of the counties stand out, inviting you to delve deeper into Vermont's rich tapestry. Whether you're a resident, a visitor, or simply a geography enthusiast, this map provides a comprehensive overview of Vermont's administrative divisions, laying the foundation for a deeper understanding and appreciation of the state. Dive in and discover the intricate mosaic that makes up Vermont.

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