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Frost Beer Works

Frost Beer Works

 

Frost Beer Works distributes cans throughout Vermont and parts of Massachusetts, New York, Connecticut, New Jersey, Rhode Island and Pennsylvania. The tap room is open Thursday, Friday from 3-6pm and Saturday from 2-6pm or shop their online store! Frost Beer Works is always testing new flavors and combinations. This local brewery is sure to please!

 

Cedar Knoll Country Club

Cedar Knoll Country Club

 

Previously the Bissonnette family dairy farm, Cedar Knoll Country Club opened in 1994. The course boasts 27 holes, a clubhouse, Red’s Bar and Grille, a practice facility, a wedding and events venue, a PGA Teaching program and more! The course hosts a variety of events in the warmer months. Visit their website for more information.

 

Papa Nicks

Papa Nick's Hinesburg

 

Located off of Route 116, join locals for some Greek and American comfort food. Papa Nick’s is family owned and operated restaurant since 1990. Enjoy pizza, calzones and grinders, appetizers and sides, salads, burgers and dogs, sandwiches, hot lunches, and creemees! Don’t miss the full bar with a long beer and wine list.

 

Geprags Community Park

Geprags Community Park Hinesburg, Vermont

 

Off of Shelburne Falls Road, the Geprags Community Park is home to almost two miles of trails on conserved land and is open to the public. Bring the kids and the dog in all seasons to explore nature less than a mile from Hinesburg village. During your walk, you’ll discover fields, forest, a barn for shelter from the elements, and park benches to stop for a break. Consult the information board at the start of the trail before your walk or run!

 

Red Wagon Plants

Red Wagon Plants, Hinesburg Vermont

 

Red Wagon Plants is your one stop shop for spring and summer gardening. Its owner, Julie, and her team have a passion for gardening of all types. Explore the variety of plants the farm has offer, including annuals, eggplants, foliage, fruit, herbs, peppers, perennials, shrubs, succulents, tomatoes and vegetables galore. New to gardening? Their website has a comprehensive list of descriptions for each plant type and the blog covers a range of topics!

 

DID YOU KNOW: The town was named after Abel Hine, the town clerk!

 

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