TOWN OF Chittenden

Unbroken Forest

Chittenden is Vermont’s largest town by area, chartered in 1780 and named after the state’s first Governor, Thomas Chittenden. Most of the town is unbroken National Forest interrupted only by the Chittenden Reservoir, a serene, 750-acre lake virtually untouched by development. Hikers, horseback riders, and cross-country skiers make their way to Chittenden for natural adventure in every season.