Northeast Vermont is truly unique. Commonly known as the Northeast Kingdom, the "NEK", or simply, the "Kingdom", it's the Northern corner of the state, bordering New Hampshire and Canada. Northeast Vermont includes several gateway towns, including Newport, Derby, Morgan. Jay, Westmore, and Craftsbury. The area is well-known for its rugged beauty and the hardiness and independence of its residents. Interstate 91 passes through the Northeast Kingdom, making it easily accessible and an ideal place to call home as well as a private country destination.
In 2006, the National Geographic Society named the Northeast Kingdom as the most desirable place to visit in the country and the ninth most desirable place to visit in the world. The largest municipalities in the Northeast Kingdom are the towns of St. Johnsbury, Lyndon, Derby and Newport. Common attractions are Lake Memphremagog, Lake Willoughby, Seymour Lake,Salem Lake, Jay Peak, Buke Mountain, and Crystal Lake. Golfers will enjoy Newport Country Club, Orleans Country Club, Barton Country Club, St. Johnsbury Country Club, Dufferin Heights, and some "tin cup" local courses where you put your greens fees in a can on the first tee and begin playing. Just across the border are the culturally rich Eastern Townships and Montreal, one of the world's most fascinating cities.
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