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About Jericho VT

Jericho is a beautiful historic town with a vibrant village center. With an active Historical Society and plenty of preserved natural land, it offers plenty of recreational activities for active families throughout the year.

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Chartered in 1763, the Town of Jericho is home to historical buildings, Vermont’s oldest continuously running general store, Old Mill Park, as well as the beautiful Old Red Mill and Jericho Historical Society, which hosts a variety of cultural and educational events throughout the year.

On top of all these historic sites and community happenings, homes in Jericho are close to Underhill State Park and Mt. Mansfield State Forest, so they’re ideal for active families looking for diverse recreational activities throughout the year. Jericho homes range from century-old farmhouses to modern houses in family-friendly neighborhoods.

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  • Jericho Mill
  • Jericho Center Park
  • A Beautiful Commute
  • Jericho Country Store
It is conveniently located on Route 15, minutes to I-89, and is famous for being the birthplace and lifelong home of Wilson “Snowflake” Bentley, an American farmer who is known for artistically photographing over 5,000 snowflakes.
Population: 5,015 (2000 Census)
Schools: Jericho Elementary, Camel’s Hump Middle, Browns River Middle, Mt. Mansfield Union High
Land: 35.5 sq mi including 0.1 sq mi of water
Popular Destinations: Historical Jericho Center with historical buildings, churches and Vermont’s oldest continuously running general store, Old Mill Park, West Bolton Golf Course, John and Pat White’s Christmas Tree farm, and the beautiful Historic Old Red Mill, a National Historic Site that is now the home of the Jericho Historical Society which hosts a variety of cultural, educational and recreational events for the community.
Chartered: June 7, 1763


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