Cozy Lodge, Great Local Food, Awesome Innkeepers, and a 27,000 Acre Backyard - For a Limited Time, Enjoy It All at a Discounted Rate
|Noyes Pond beside the lodge|
1. The Fishing: As the weather warms and the bugs start returning, the fishing gets good, real good. Seyon Pond is Vermont's only public fly-fishing only pond. The nearby state parks are quieter than in July and August, which makes Spring a great time for taking out a boat and casting a line for a big brook trout. For your convenience, rowboats are located on site. (If you're a frequent angler, check out the Angler's Special).
|Eggs benedict Seyon style|
3. The Biggest Backyard in the Neighborhood: Seyon is nestled in 27,000-acres of protected state land, the Groton State Forest. Wildlife, trails, streams, plants and flowers, and more are all at your fingertips to discover. Get outside and play in the fresh air of northeastern Vermont.
4. A Rare Experience: Over the years, many visitors have written comments to Vermont State Parks, letting us know how wonderful their vacation to Seyon was and that they'd be coming back soon. The Innkeepers help their guests feel at home while helping them plan fun activities to do during their stay. Let us know what you think of your time at Seyon too!
5. $$$ Value: What a deal! For the next two months, until June 16th, Seyon Lodge is running a Springtime Special. $75/person includes overnight lodging, dinner, and breakfast! The specials previously mentioned: the fishing, food, backyard access, and great memories are all included!