The Vermont 89 and 91 Travel Guides are the ONLY exit by exit guide available in Vermont. This unique format not only makes sense to the traveler, but is loved and recommended by the staff at the Vermont State Information Centers, our number one distribution point.
Distribution Locations for I-89
Welcome Centers: Guilford – Fair Haven – White River Junction – Sharon
Rest Areas on Vermont I-89: Randolph – Williston – Maplewood Information Center in Barre at Exit 7 – Georgia
Town Visitor Centers: Quechee – Woodstock – Montpelier – Killington – Grand Isle/North Hero
Distribution locations for I-91
Welcome Centers: Guilford – Hartford – Derby – Waterford
Rest areas on Vermont I-91: Bradford – Lyndon – Whit – Derby
Town Visitor Centers: Brattleboro – St. Johnsbury – Bellows Falls – Springfield – Lyndonville – Newport
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This came to us via email, they live in Oklahoma! “A friend had a copy of this guide and even though it’s online is it possible to get a hard copy of the guide? Hope to come in the fall of this year. Looking forward to receiving the publication so we can plan.”
“I have greatly enjoyed looking through your recent issue of Vermont 89 Winter 2017. You’ve come up with a very clever method of organizing all the material, with the exits of Interstate 89 providing the backbone for the whole. This is the logical way a traveler would use such a guide. I admire how practical your guide is. Thanks to you, I’ve discovered new places I want to go and things I want to see and experiences I want to have—and I’ve been living in Vermont for 46 years!”
We received a phone call yesterday from a woman in Florida who had picked up The Vermont 89 Travel Guide in Killington and referred to it as she traveled throughout Vermont. She wanted to thank us for such a helpful publication and is looking forward to the summer and fall issue.
Last summer I met a women at Rock of Ages who picked up a copy in Burlington and used it all the way home to Massachusetts.