And the lakefront is family-friendly with shaded picnic tables and benches at short intervals, lawns for chasing your toddlers, and a slope well known for rolling or sledding down.
Newport is also one of AARP’s Age-Friendly Cities, focusing especially on safe, walkable streets.
The Goodrich Public Library is open Monday through Saturday and speaks to generations of community generosity in the City of Newport and the Northeast Kingdom. Take your little ones to the library’s second floor to see the global wildlife collection of another era or maybe join the knitting or chess groups for an hour.
Prouty House is also a 20-minute drive to many exciting area attractions, including Jay Peak with its stunning ski slopes, three-season golf, and a year-round exhausting water park; the Old Stone House Museum; day touring in Quebec as well as the picturesque Northeast Kingdom countryside of farms, fairs, woodland hikes, lake recre- ation, locavore eats, distillery and brew merriment.
Newport is a pedestrian-friendly town; rentals for kayaks and bikes are available at several nearby locations.
Not suitable for infants (under 2 years)
Check-in is after 3PM
Extra people: No Charge
Cleaning Fee: $75
Weekly discount: 28%
Monthly discount: 49%