AIDS Project of Southern Vermont4_seasons_Discover_Gay_VT_Nov_2015_cropped is one of the most important organizations for the LGBT community in the area. APSV provides direct services to people living with HIV/AIDS, and also HIV prevention services to those at most risk in Windham, Bennington, and southern Windsor counties. Founded by volunteers in 1988 as a grass roots, community based group, the AIDS Project now fills an important statewide role in making sure that Vermont’s fight against the AIDS epidemic is strong and effective. Their mission is to provide direct services to those whose lives are affected by HIV/AIDS, to offer education about HIV/AIDS to help prevent its spread, and to promote understanding within the communities served

Green Mountain Crossroads who supports the local LGBTQ community in becoming stronger, healthier and more visible through programming, events and providing resources in southeastern Vermont and neighboring towns in southwestern New Hampshire and northwestern Massachusetts.

LGBTQ Inclusive Providers and Health Resources   This resource list is provided as a service to the larger community, and represents a collection of publicly accessible resources gathered into one location.

Men’s Resource Center for Change supports men in developing healthy self-awareness and meaningful personal relationships with women, children and other men that move beyond the limits of masculine stereotypes and social patterns that have divided men historically. MRC seeks to engage men in a quest for emotional and social literacy, in the practice of respectful attitudes and treatment towards others, and in the development of constructive means of conflict resolution. MRC is committed to enhancing men’s leadership and partnership with others in order to promote models of positive masculinity and individual integrity, while dismantling patterns of personal and societal violence and fostering social equality.

Out In The Mountains Vermont’s LGBTQ Internet Newspaper & Directory of LGBTQ owned and friendly businesses in Vermont

Outright Vermont (Outright) was founded in 1989 following the release of a 1988 national youth risk survey showing that gay and lesbian youth in particular had very high rates of depression and suicide. A group of community activists gathered to form Outright, which began as a “once a week” support group. Friday Night support group has continued ever since, every Friday over the past 20 years. Today, Outright is a lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer and questioning (LGBTQQ) ‘queer’ youth center and statewide advocacy organization. The Mission of Outright is to build safe, healthy, and supportive environments for gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning youth (ages 13-22), and to make Vermont the safest, most supportive and empowering state for queer youth in the United States of America.

Planned Parenthood Brattleboro Health Center offers services specifically for clients who identify as LGBT, including education, hormonal treatments for transgender clients, resources & services referral

Rock River Preservation whose mission is to preserve public access to recreation areas along the Rock River. RRP is committed to protecting this natural environment through conservation and education initiatives alongside local landowners and state and federal agencies.

Signs of Addiction and how to Recognize them

Substance Abuse in the LGBTQ+ Community: Causes, Challenges and Resources

Drug and Alcohol Addiction in the LGBTQ Community

The Sobriety E-Book: Free & Downloadable! Endorsed by experts, written for you. Discover the solutions you’ve been seeking with this new guide to living free of alcohol and drugs!

Addiction Helper Staffed by qualified counselors and recovered addicts, caring for and supporting both individuals and the families of those suffering from addiction.

Vaping 101 – Health Relation, Benefits, Dangers, Fun Facts, And More

Vermont Diversity Health Project The mission of the Vermont Diversity Health Project (VDHP’s) is to improve the health and wellness of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) Vermonters by building bridges between health care providers and LGBTQ people throughout the state. We help patients identify friendly, supportive and effective healthcare providers, and we offer training and support to enhance providers’ skill in working with LGBTQ people.

Vermont Gay Tourism Association Vermont welcomes gay and lesbian travelers. Find out everything you need to plan your trip or gay wedding in Vermont!

Vermont State Department of Tourism The Vermont Department of Tourism & Marketing is a resource to help plan your LGBT vacation, wedding or convention!

Some of the many 200 year old stone walls at Frog Meadow!
About Us

Frog Meadow Farm Bed & Breakfast and Massage Oasis for Men is a welcoming, non-judgmental place for men of all colors and backgrounds to unwind and shed the trappings of busy modern life.

Situated on 63 beautiful & private acres, Frog Meadow frequently hosts men’s gatherings, workshops and retreats. Hosts Dave & Scott are committed to providing a welcoming environment to re-connect with nature and yourself.

The South RoomFrog Meadow is only 4 miles from the popular Rock River swimming hole, 10 miles from Brattleboro, VT and 30 minutes Mount Snow & Stratton Mountain ski resorts.

Relax in our spring-fed swimming pond, soak in our wood-fired hot tub, or enjoy our 4-season recreation trails and extensive perennial gardens and orchard!

Be sure to check out our special events calendarphoto galleriesrooms/lodging pages & lodging specials and discover all that gay-friendly Southern Vermont has to offer!

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Click here to learn why Edge Boston calls Frog Meadow “Vermont’s Gay Oasis”

 

 

 

 

Guest Reviews

“Relaxed and renewed at Frog Meadow Farm”

This is my second visit to Frog Meadow. I attended a yoga retreat in February (led by the amazing Colby Smith.) I loved Frog Meadow so much, that I wanted to share it with my husband, so we headed up to the mountain for a few days. (From NYC’s Upper West Side, 3.5 hours.) We received a big, warm welcome from Scott and Dave and staff. It was like homecoming with friends!

First off, the house and property are beautiful and impeccably maintained. The house is incredibly warm, inviting, masculine, but not without a sense of humor. The rooms are beautiful, substantial, comfortable and very clean. The accommodations are so cozy and restful that afternoon nap in your, room, the living room in the hammock or outside by the hot tub should be required.

Speaking of the hot tub, the wood burning hot tub, is a unique and relaxing way to take in the amazing views of property and get to know your fellow guests. Lots of laughs, and good times with guys from all over. So relaxing!

Speaking of relaxing, do not miss the opportunity to spend time on Dave’s massage table. He is a master of his craft. He is skilled, intuitive, strong and gentle. You will leave the massage studio relaxed and refreshed…and ready for that nap!

Speaking of Dave, he makes a mean Vermont country breakfast. Everything is fresh, delicious and substantial. The breakfast table is covered with great food and the room is filled with talk and laughter as all the guys share war stories from their lives or their adventures in the neighboring towns.

Speaking of towns, Frog Meadow Farm is right outside of Brattleboro. We had great meals, did some shopping, some sight seeing and really got to enjoy the vibe of this pretty cool and funky town. Frog Meadow is very close to the Rock River gay beach as well.

I was sold on Frog Meadow after the Yoga retreat last February (and will be attending again in February 2018.) When we were driving away my husband said “It far exceeded my expectations and my expectations were pretty high.” Mine too!

Stephen W., New York, NY
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