The Great Outdoors
The Great Outdoors
Click each + sign for information. Double click to visit the organization website.
NVU Disc Golf Course
Winding through the woods and open fields of the 175-acre Northern Vermont University- Lyndon campus, the 18 basket disc golf course offers challenges for all levels of play. With a growing population of throwers both on campus and visiting from around the community, there’s no shortage of players to learn from or throw with.
Click here for a map of the course!
Riverfront Park Redevelopment Project
The old Town Garage has a future! Riverfront Park is still being developed with the goal of offering parking and access to Kingdom Trails, river access for boaters and tubers, and outdoor space for relaxing, picnic-ing, and playing. Check out the design, by clicking HERE.
KingdomTrails offers premiere mountain biking through impressive natural spaces. Click here to access KTA website.
Burke Mountain Resort
Your destination for winter skiing fun! Click here to access Burke Mountain Resort website.
Lyndon Outing Club
The Lyndon Outing Club (LOC) was established in 1937, founded by an active group of local skiers. In its heyday, the LOC was home to a competition ski jump and once served as training grounds for Olympic ski hopefuls. The LOC has been home to sled dog races, snow sculpture contests, and slalom races. The LOC was then and remains now committed to providing quality, family friendly outdoor recreation experiences. The LOC, one of the only remaining ski areas with a functioning rope tow, has trails for both novice and expert skiers and riders.
Click here to access LOC website.
Lyndon State Forest
Lyndon State Forest is open for dispersed recreational activities such as bird watching, hunting, snowshoeing, berry picking, and cross country skiing. There is also one mile of double-track trail and approximately four miles of single-track trails. Trails are open to walkers and bikers as well snowshoers, cross-country skiers, and fat bikers during winter months.
Click here to access the trail map.
Powers Park & Pool
Powers Park is the public pool, tennis courts, and park serving the greater Lyndonville, VT area. Powers Park prides itself on serving the children and families of the Northeast Kingdom with quality programming and events.
Click here to access Powers Park website.
Passumpsic River Paddlers' Trail
The Passumpsic River Paddlers’ Trail is a collaborative effort to expand water-based recreational opportunities on the Passumpsic River, while fostering flood resiliency, conservation, and ecological restoration in the watershed. From river tubing to fishing, Lyndon’s rivers all flow to the Passumpsic.
Click here to access more info about PRPT.
BCBSVT Walker's Guide to Lyndonville
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont has partnered with PAL (Paths Around Lyndon) and Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital Corner Medical to create a walking and hiking trails map to support a more physically fit and active lifestyle for Lyndonites and visitors.
Click here for a printable map of walking trails.
Sports and Teams
Fenton Chester Ice Arena
From ice skating and hockey in the winter, turf in the summer, the Fenton Chester Arena provides indoor sporting options.
Click here to access FCA website.
Lyndon Area Youth Hockey Association
The Lyndon Area Youth Hockey Association (LAYHA) exists to provide a hockey program that operates under the auspices and pursuant to the policies and rules of USA Hockey, Inc. LAYHA is devoted to promoting good sportsmanship, teamwork, and a positive atmosphere in which to learn hockey.
Click here to access LAYHA website.
Lyndon Area Youth Soccer
The goal of Lyndon Area Youth Soccer is to introduce youth to the game of soccer in a manner that encourages teamwork, personal growth, and physical activity. LAYS coaches aim to guide players to develop skills needed to play beyond the middle school level while modeling and reinforcing the principles of fairness, respect, good sportsmanship, and a love of the game. Find LAYS on Facebook!
Lyndon Youth Baseball & Softball
For all things baseball and softball, look no further than Lyndon Youth Baseball & Softball.
Click here to access the organization’s website.
From the beginning of June to the beginning of October, come visit the Lyndon Farmer’s Market every Friday from 3-6pm in Bandstand Park. Find LFS on Facebook for more information!
The North Pole Express
The magic of Christmas is alive on the North Pole Express. Each December, a train travels to the North Pole, delighting true believers with carols, hot cocoa and gingerbread cookies, and a visit from Santa.
Click here to visit The Lyndon Freighthouse website for more information.
NVU Events Calendar
There’s always something to do at NVU- Lyndon! Visit the NVU events page by clicking here.
BurkLyn Arts Council
Burklyn Arts Council is organized for the purpose of encouraging the appreciation and development of the arts in the schools and communities of Burke, Concord, East Haven, Gilman, Lunenburg, Lyndon, Newark, Sheffield, Sutton, and Wheelock, VT. Burklyn Arts Council hosts two high quality craft fairs each year. Click here to visit their webpage.
Stars and Stripes Festival & Parade
Every July, Lyndon celebrates with an hour long parade starting at 10 am. The fun moves to Bandstand Park for music, BBQ, shopping and more. A great day of FREE fun for the whole family to enjoy!