Town Name: Troy
Area: 36.1 mi²
Brief History: Troy was originally called Averys Grant and Kellys Grant. They were combined into one town in 1801 and named Missisquoi after the river that runs through it. In 1803 they town name was changed to Troy for uncertain reasons.
General Area Info: Troy features beautiful views of Jay Peak Mountain. It is a small country town and always seems to have some activity for families in all 4 seasons of the Northeast Kingdom!
Attractions: Missisquoi River, Big Falls State Park, a covered bridge off of the River Rd on to Veilleux Rd
Recreational Activities: X-Country skiing, downhill skiing, snowmobiling VAST Trails, kayaking, fishing, boating, canoeing, 4-wheeling VASA Trails.
Fun Facts: Troy is 752ft above sea level. The Missisquoi Valley Historical Society museum is housed in a mid-19th-century building that was first a blacksmith shop and then a church. Collections are of 19th-century textiles, costumes, household furnishings, farm tools and photographs.
- High School: North Country Union High School
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