Jamaica, VT


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Jamaica: Situated on the eastern edge of our target area, Jamaica is the last relatively large town that someone approaching the Stratton-Arlington/Kelley Stand Road connections would go through coming down Vermont 100 from the north. Jamaica has several inns and dining options, and a couple of campgrounds. There is a convenience store and a grocery store, and we’ve listed three sporting goods shops, some of which rent bicycles.

Downtown Jamaica has a thriving arts scene including performances held at Jamaica Community Arts and several artist’s studios. Every year the Pikes Falls Chamber Music Festival and the Best Little Arts & Crafts Show are held at the Town Hall on Vermont 30. The music festival is in early August and the crafts show is in early May.

Did you know? The town wasn’t named for a Caribbean island, but instead the name comes from a native word for beaver.

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