Town Name: Greensboro
Area: 39.4 mi²
Brief History: Greensboro was granted in 1781 as Coltkiln. One of the original Grantees, Timothy Green, was charged with printing counterfeit money but was later acquitted. Following this event the name was changed to Greensboro. Some feel this was meant to be an apology to Green for the false accusation made against him.
General Area Info: Greensboro is a rural community located in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. It is characterized by farms, forests, open land and lakes. Caspian Lake lies within Greensboro and it is a beautiful body of water. Real estate values on and around the lake remain very strong.
Recreational Activities: Swimming, boating, fishing, and kayaking. Close to Bolton Valley ski area.