Weathersfield is a scenic town located in Windsor County, Vermont. It is bordered by the towns of Springfield and Cavendish and by the Connecticut River and Mount Ascutney. It includes the villages of Perkinsville and Ascutney.
Weathersfield, Vermont offers many outdoor recreational activities including picnicking, fishing, hiking, swimming, and even hang gliding. It is home to many recreational sites. They include the Mt. Ascutney State Park, Wilgus State Park, Weathersfield Trail, Lower Village Nature Trail, Branch Brook Trail, Eleanor Ellis Springweather Nature Area, Herick’s Cove, Crown Point Road, North Springfield Bog, North Springfield Lake.
Weathersfield is also home to museums, covered bridges and historical sites. They include the Rev. Dan Foster House and the Old Brick Meeting House.
Weathersfield Vermont was home to 2,788 residents, as of the 2000 U.S. Census. This included 830 families and 1,167 households. The average family size was 2.77 and the average household size was 2.39.
Weathersfield Vermont Homes and Real Estate: In 2000, there were 1,315 Weathersfield homes and an average of 30 Weathersfield homes per square mile. 14% of Weathersfield Vermont homes are occupied by renters.
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