The Eureka Rd dry stone wall training site is a great place to learn the historic craft of dry stone walling. This page lists nearby places to stay, eat, and local attractions. There are lots of additional options too, these are just the highlights.
Places to Stay:
Hartness House – A one of a kind historic mansion converted to an inn and restaurant. Locally opperated and just 2 miles from the workshop site. Prices are often competitive with chain hotels. There is even a telescope museum in the basement.
Tree Farm Campground – A great locally owned and operated campground. Just 2 miles from the workshop site. Rates start at $23/night.
Holiday Inn Express: Springfield VT – The local hotel, convienently located at Exit 7 off of I-91. About 5 miles from the workshop site.
Places to Eat:
Hartness House – A one of a kind historic mansion converted to an inn and restaurant. Locally operated and just 2 miles from the workshop site. Uses all local ingredients. Excellent food and environment. 2 miles from workshop site.
Black Rock Stakehouse – A great locally owned and operated restaurant and bar. Good food and a large menu. 3 miles from workshop site.
56 Main Street Resturaunt – A great locally owned and operated restaurant and bar. 2.4 miles from workshop site.
American Precision Museum – If you like to know how things are made this the place for you. Learn about the machine tool industry that began in Windsor and Springfield VT
Mt. Ascutney State Park – Hiking, Mountain Road, and More
Chester Village – Shops, Restaurants, and the Stone Village (as featured in Stonexus Magazine)