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Discover Gay Brattleboro Vermont Gay Retreats Attractions and Men's Workshops Frog Meadow New England's Best All Male Gay Resort in Southern Vermont

Brattleboro is well known for it’s open, progressive values, welcoming attitude and longstanding embrace of diversity!  It’s such a gay/LGBTQ-friendly region…and it has an amazing collection of interesting and fun things to do! Check them out below and at www.LoveBrattleboroVT.com

The Brattleboro area of Southeast Vermont has so much to offer to the Gay & LGBTQ Community!

Brattleboro is well known for it’s open, progressive values, welcoming attitude and longstanding embrace of diversity!  It’s such a gay & LGBTQ-friendly region…and it has an amazing collection of interesting and fun things to do!

With great restaurants, fresh food sources that include farmer’s markets and a food coop, 3 microbreweries & a distillery, a cultural & arts community that includes monthly gallery walks, museums, music, theatrefrequent artist’s open studio tours, literary & film festivals, an annual LGBT film festival and frequent men’s gatherings, workshops & retreats – and moreit’s no surprise that Brattleboro is….

  • Voted #11 of the “20 Best Small Towns in America” by Smithsonian Magazine…
  • Listed as one of “Eight Great Places You’ve Never Heard Of” by Mother Earth News…
  • Named #13 among “America’s Top 25 Art Destinations” by AmericanStyle Magazine…
  • Ranked one of the Ten Best Small Art Towns in “The 100 Best Art Towns in America”

Scroll down to discover & explore the many recreational & cultural activities, events, attractions and culinary delights that Brattleboro and gay &LGBTQ-friendly Southeast Vermont have to offer!

 
 

Guest Reviews

A Week’s Worth of Fun and Relaxation in Two Days

I want to thank you for another great couple of days at Frog Meadow. On the ride back home, we kept talking about all the wonderful experiences we had over the weekend….I’m still having quite a bit of afterglow as I write this!   Here is what we were able to pack into two days up on the hill at Frog Meadow:

  • The Gallery Walk in Brattleboro on Friday night and seeing some great art, some fun art and some question marks that made us think…
  • Dinner and martinis at Fireworks (I had the fig, prosciutto and Gorgonzola pizza and Ron had the plank-grilled salmon)…
  • Hot tubbing and cocktails with new friends…
  • Breakfast of apple buckwheat waffles and bacon…
  • Some insight into the devastation and personal impact of Hurricane Irene while driving up the Rock River Valley…
  • Pressing cider with local families and new friends — a very memorable experience…
  • Dinner at The Marina overlooking the West River at sunset…
  • Delicious french toast and sausage breakfast…
  • The Newfane Heritage Festival (I picked up some engraved slate coasters that I’m using as I write this)…
  • A visit to Dutton’s Farm Stand and seeing how they make cider…
  • The Dummerston Apple Pie Festival (complete with about 500 bikers and a trip across one of Vermont’s signature covered bridges)…
  • Laying in the sun and taking an outdoor shower surrounded by spider lilies, scented with the familiar and unique balsam and cedar “Lumberjack” fragrance of your organic soaps…
  • Watching the trees change color…
  • Visiting the Grafton Cheese store for yummy goodies on the way out…
  • Little traffic and a quick ride home…

Beyond sharing your wonderful world with us this past weekend, I want to thank you for all your warmth, consideration and hospitality during this past summer’s many visits to Frog Meadow. You guys and Frog Meadow have a very special place in my heart – and I want to say thank you for that.

Until I return next, please keep my seat on the patio in a sunny place!

Dave S, Danbury, CT
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