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Town Name: Barton 

Population: 2750

Area: 44.9 Square miles

Brief History: Barton was chartered in 1789 after Colonel William Barton.

General Area Info: Barton is gifted with many spectacular lakes and ponds. The shorelines of Crystal Lake and the surrounding mountains make Barton an attractive vacation destination. In the spring, summer and fall, take advantage of public beaches, picnic spots and spectacular views at Crystal Lake State Park, Shadow Lake Beach, and the stunning Willoughby Gap. During the winter months, outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy ice fishing, snowshoeing, skiing, and snowmobiling.

Barton, like most Northern Vermont towns, has a number of active beef and dairy farms.

The Northeast Kingdom is far away from fast-paced city living. It may be easy to get here - Interstate 91 (exit 25 and 26) is just minutes away - but once off the beaten path, the NEK offers a quiet, peaceful way of life. 

Attractions: Crystal Lake - Pageant Park & VT State Beach, May Pond, Orleans County Fair (5 days in Aug.)

Recreational Activities: V.A.S.T. snowmobile trail system, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, water skiing, fishing, swimming and more.

Fun Facts:

  • 1951 - Lee E. Emerson of Barton elected governor of Vermont and served at this post until 1955.
  • 1987 - A softball-sized meteorite fell in Barton. It was the first meteorite found in Vermont. Once thawed, it turned into a pile of sand, pulverized rock and iron fragments.

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