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Stowe

Stowe Area Events


Stowe is not simply the home of legendary skiing and winter sports. There is so much to do all year round. A wide variety of restaurants will satisfy every appetite, from pizza and burritos to the finest of fine dining. Pubs are bustling with locals sipping fabulous wine, Vermont beer and tangy margaritas. Specialty shops cater to all, from fashion lovers to sports buffs to foodies! For more to explore, spend an added day taking a walk through Stowe’s Historic Village. You will find art, jewelry, nationally recognized crafts, handcrafted furniture, award-winning specialty foods, clothing, and sports equipment. Take home a piece of Vermont quality. You are sure to find something special. Peruse the event calendar below to find the perfect weekend for your Mountain View camping vacation. Be sure to reserve early because our sites fill early during popular events in town.

Stowe Farmer's Market
May 20 - October 14, 2018
Enjoy live entertainment while sampling wonderful artisanal foods and crafts. There are special events almost every Sunday, including local musicians playing folk, bluegrass or jazz. At various times there are craft and cooking demonstrations as well as other hands-on activities and petting zoos. The Stowe Farmer’s Market operates Sundays, from 10:30 until 3:00PM (rain or shine) and is located on Route 108 (Mountain Road) across from the Stoweflake Mountain Resort & Spa.
Art on Park, Stowe, VT
Thursday Evenings 5:00 - 8:00PM
June 28 - September 6
Art on Park features a variety of handcrafted products: paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, birchbark art, soy candles, furniture, handbags, hats, jewelry, children’s items, specialty foods & teas, live music and more! Each week Park Street (right off Main Street in downtown Stowe, Vermont) is closed off and local artisans will set up under white tents, selling a variety of handcrafted products. There will be unique food and live music too!

Mount Mansfield
August 26, 2018
Every August, the North Face Race to the top of Vermont draws as many as 800 hikers, mountain bikers, and runners from across the United States and Canada to climb Mount Mansfield, Vermont’s highest peak. The course climbs up the historic toll road, is 4.3 miles in length, and climbs 2,564 feet.

Fly Fishing Show
September 8, 2018
Join The Fly Rod Shop for their fourth annual Fly Fishing Show, right here in Stowe, Vermont! They have an action-packed weekend full of everything fly fishing. There will be on-the-river fishing demonstrations minutes away from the shop on everything from nymphing with a raven float to getting a true dead drift on a dry fly! Don’t miss out on the fly tying presentations and definitely come with an appetite, as Trapps will have some 5 star food available as well as some of their great beers!

The Trapp Lodge
September 14-16, 2018
This event is “a Three Day Celebration and Salutation to the Great British Motorcar and all manner of other things British.” According to legend, the British Invasion began in 1990 “over a pint of ale”, now it’s a British and American tradition lasting over 20 years! This is a wonderful event full of street parties, driving tours, car shows, competitions, and in a location that provides the perfect setting, with rolling hills, spectacular fall foliage, and wonderful winding roads to entice anyone.

Stowe Foliage Arts Festival
October 5-7, 2018
Stowe, Vermont, is the place to experience the classic New England Autumn, and the Stowe Foliage Arts Festival is the perfect destination. Surround yourself with Autumnal perfection – the Festival takes place at the height of the fall foliage season – and enjoy exquisite Art and fine Craftwork from over 200 juried Fine Artists and Artisans. There will be live music and other entertainment, great food, draft beer, wine, and demonstrations of traditional craftwork. Sample and purchase specialty food products such as maple syrup, gourmet chocolate, craft distilled spirits, and more!