Orwell is a town located in Addison County in the US state of Vermont. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 1,185.
Web Sites and Links
Bud Carpenter, Inc.Construction designs and constructs any size building such as dairy, equestrian, residential, commercial, and storage.
Champlain Houseboat ChartersLake Champlain houseboat rentals, vacation by boat, criuse south through the canal locks or north to Canada. Riverqueen houseboats, renting boats on Lake Champlain.
Equine Partners at Stonewood FarmA horse riding, training and boarding facility with views of the Green Mountains. It offers dressage, jumping and western riding lessons, clinics and day camps.
First Congregational Church HistoryThe Orwell Congregational Church, built in 1842 by Frederick Bostwick and Fobes, is one of the finest examples of the Greek Revival style in Vermont.
Ledge Haven FarmMaking pure maple syrup, one of nature's purest and sweetest products, on the farm, for the past 30 years.
Mount Independence State Historic SiteNews and history of this Revolutionary War site, also visitor center and museum information.
Stonewood FarmSpecializes in free-range turkeys, fresh or frozen grown in the state.
Township Information – OrwellHistory of the town transcribed by Jan Maloy from "History of Addison County, Vermont: With Illustrations and Biographical Sketches of Some of its Prominent Men and Pioneers." Chapter XXVIII, pages 555-576.
Vermont WatercolorVermont Watercolor offers prints and notecards of Vermont scenes by artist Beth Grant.