The Town of Pittsfield
Folks come to this town to get away from it all… only 10 miles from the interstate and 8 miles north of the bustling ski resort town of Killington, Pittsfield is neatly tucked away in the Valley of The Green Mountains.
Pittsfield is a sleepy village town with a lovely green square, town hall and library. You will also find a sweet little country store, a gas station and a church. Beyond that, there is nothing but endless mountain biking trails and good hard working people who live quiet lives and mind their own business. These same folks will likely help you out in a pinch and ask for nothing in return. To live in Vermont and call it your home means that your life is closely woven to your neighbor and also nature and it’s harsh and beautiful changing of the seasons. It’s a special place… and the best-kept secret in Vermont!
The beautiful scenery and authentic New England charm make Pittsfield, Vermont and The Amee Farm Lodge the ideal location for Vermont weddings, events, retreats and more.
Driving to Pittsfield via Scenic Route 100
The only way to get to Pittsfield and the Amee Farm Lodge is via the Scenic Byway known as Route 100. As you will discover, getting here is half the fun. Historic Route 100 cuts through the backbone of Vermont, with spectacular mountain views along the entire stretch, and is as perfectly New England as you will find. Route 100 has quite a reputation:
This favorite route proudly cuts right through the center of town. As each turn is hidden behind vibrant maple trees and rocky boulders, and sunlight streams through to showcase giant farmhouses with looming meadows, the road to Pittsfield is a pure, unspoiled place. Weathered covered bridges and general stores dot the countryside and as you pass by farmer’s markets and cows grazing, you realize that it’s just worlds apart from where you came from.
Driving Times to Pittsfield