Local Attractions

We love the Okemo Valley! There are so many wonderful things to do right here in Ludlow, VT and the surrounding area. The Ludlow town motto is “A better place to live, work and play!” Locals and vacationers alike love to have fun and enjoy this area.

Want to explore?

Here are some of the amazing things to see and do

Located right in Ludlow, Fox Run is home to a renowned 18-hole golf course. From the Fox Run website:

The championship 18-hole layout is a par 70 that measures 6,400 yards in length and features bent grass greens, tees and fairways with multiple tee areas on each hole ensuring playability and challenge for all ability levels. Rolling hills, moderate elevation changes and wide fairways with well-placed hazards enhance the Heathland layout.

Okemo is the heart of the area with its year-round offerings for family fun and outdoor enjoyment. From mountain biking in the spring and summer to downhill skiing and riding in the winter, there is something for everyone no matter what the season.

Lake Rescue is located in Windsor County of south central Vermont. Occupying 180 acres (73 ha) and reaching depths of 95 feet (29 m), it is the tenth-deepest and 23rd-largest lake in the state. Lake Rescue is located along VT Route 100 about three miles north of Ludlow and Okemo Mountain, and it is surrounded by the town of Ludlow. The lake is fed by the Black River and is the third of four lakes extending from Plymouth, Vermont through Ludlow, with Lake Amherst and Echo Lake to the north and Lake Pauline to the south.

Enjoy live theater at the Weston Playhouse. From the website:

For over 85 years, Weston has flourished as a home for exceptional theater in an exceptional community. At both The Playhouse, with its rich history, and our modern Walker Farm venue, Weston Theater Company presents beautiful, entertaining stories performed by astonishingly talented artists from near and far. For all of those years, our town and our community have been at the heart of our work. Everything we do—every moment of story, imagination, and innovation—is grounded in our history and contributes to the future of the place we call home

Scenic Route 100 encompasses four-season beauty and is internationally known for its incredible fall foliage. With rolling hills a meandering river, crystal clear lakes and ponds, mountain and valley vistas, unspoiled forests and quintessential Vermont towns, this route has it all. On the southern section visitors can follow the black river passing the sparkling water of Lake Rescue, Amherst and Echo Lake. On its northern section travelers delight at the incredible mountain views while the more adventurous leave their cars for an easy stroll to Thundering Brook Falls or a quick gondola ride up the state’s second highest mountain Killington peak.