This is the Vermont you’ve imagined, waiting to invigorate and rejuvenate you at every turn… whether you’re turning on a ski trail, a snowmobile trail, around the bend on a mountain stream or on a leisurely drive on a country road. Every season brings new reasons to explore, discover, and thrive in the Town of Killington.
Chartered in 1761, the Town of Killington maintains the character, charm, and vibrancy that has made it a favorite destination for generations. Named for the mountain that towers above the town, Killington later took the name Sherburne before residents voted to restore the name Killington.
Killington is famous for having the best skiing and riding in the east and its legendary nightlife. This is absolutely true-- and we’re proud of it. Now, it's time to discover the many other sides of Killington. All year long, there is something for everyone in Killington.
Visitors will find all the information they need for their Killington vacation at the Killington Chamber of Commerce. Conveniently located on Route 4 next to the Post Office, just west of the Killington access road, the Visitor Center has information on events and activities, places to stay, dine and enjoy all the Killington region has to offer. You can also download our detailed visitor guide.
When you wind up living where you vacation, is it like being on vacation every day?
When you live in the Town of Killington, it often seems that way. Residents marvel at the scenery, quality of life and access to activities, events and discoveries just the way visitors do.
By plane, train or automobile, Killington is easily accessible from wherever you are. The Rutland Regional Airport is just a short, easy drive from Killington. The airport’s primary commercial carrier, Cape Air, connects with Jet Blue hubs and provides daily flights direct to Boston.