Summer camp for adults
Vermont’s outstanding all-inclusive resort invites visitors to experience farms, food, and fun in a special late-summer “Tyler Place Taste of Vermont Celebration.”
Local farm and vineyard tours, picnics, Vermont cider, beer, and cheese tastings, garden-fresh artisan flatbread wood-fired in an outdoor oven, and excursions to Quebec’s wineries, cafes, and art studios are all on the menu. Packages are available from September 5 – 12 and may comprise three or four days, or a week. For more information about the Taste of Vermont retreat, please see www.tylerplace.com/tasteofvermont.
Located in Highgate Springs just a few miles from Quebec’s Eastern Townships, the award-winning Tyler Place is an all-inclusive family resort known for its relaxed, casual and fun atmosphere and an extensive array of sports and recreational activities with genuine Vermont flair.
“With the Tyler Place Taste of Vermont Celebration, we wanted to give couples and groups of friends the chance to discover the extraordinary late-season bounty we have here in Vermont,” said co-owner Pixley Tyler Hill. “All summer long, our guests enjoy all-inclusive pricing and all the classic Tyler Place traditions, including lake activities, farm-to-table meals, and garden-to-glass cocktails. What makes this event extra special is an additional layer of food-focused activities and tastings that showcase many of Vermont’s delicious cheeses, wines, and craft brews.”
In addition to the event’s special features, three daily meals, cottage or inn accommodations with housekeeping, all activities, sports, daytime and evening entertainment, and one’s own personal one-speed bike round out the customary features of an all-inclusive Tyler Place stay.
USA Today readers recently rated The Tyler Place among the “10 Best” in the “Best Family Resort” category. The property also placed among the “10 Best All-Inclusive Family Resorts in the US for 2015” by Family Vacation Critic.
Family owned and managed for over 80 years, the Tyler Place traces its roots to the 1800s as a working farm and summer tenting community. Co-owners Ted Tyler and Pixley Tyler Hill along with three generations of their families now live and work there each summer.