Located in Washington County, Marshfield was originally
granted by the Vermont legislature in 1782 to a group of Mahican Native
Americans. They in turn sold it to Colonel Amos Marsh a few years
later, resulting in the name.
Marshfield is hilly and wooded. It is bisected by the
Winooski River valley.
-Location of both Kettle
Pond State Park and New
Discovery State Park, as well a number of other campgrounds.
Bed & Breakfast - Fruitlands is a small, diversified farm
/ bed and breakfast sitting almost 1900’ atop Thistle Hill in
Marshfield, Vermont. Our farm is a bicentennial farm, built in 1976.
We practice organic methods. We believe that a quality life calls
for planting trees and settling down long enough to watch those trees
Farm Bed & Breakfast and Retreat - Pie-in-the-Sky Farm Bed
& Breakfast and Retreat welcomes you to visit us and stay for
a while in our quiet, comfortable Civil War-era Greek Revival 16-room
farmhouse. We're located in the middle of the rich cultural zone of
North Central Vermont and perched just on the edge of Vermont's wild
and beautiful "Northeast Kingdom".