Hyde Park

The town of Hyde Park was incorporated in 1781 and once served as a vacation spot for wealthy visitors from New York and Boston.

Welcome to Hyde Park

A breath of fresh air, this bucolic town is brimming with Vermont’s legendary natural beauty and rustic-chic gentility

Both the town of Hyde Park and its smaller village of the same name exemplify many of New England’s most prized traits — warm community culture, arcadian beauty, rich history, and sweeping mountain views. The town at large contains several smaller villages and neighborhoods, including but not limited to Hyde Park, North Hyde Park, Centerville, and Garfield. 

The town of Hyde Park was incorporated in 1781 and once served as a vacation spot for wealthy visitors from New York and Boston. Now, the sprawling country scenery is enjoyed by visitors from around the globe, who are able to stay within the quiet region while being a stone’s throw away from top resorts like Stowe Mountain Resort, Smuggler’s Notch, and Jay Peak.

Hyde Park’s residential real estate offerings are a wonderful mix of rural and town settings, ranging in style, era, and landscape. From historic farmhouses and mid-century homes to large waterfront estates and stylish single-family new builds with sweeping mountain views, potential buyers have a host of options from which to choose.

What to Love

  • Vibrant history and small-town feel
  • Rural settings with luxury home options
  • Minutes from larger towns like Stowe and Cambridge

Local Lifestyle

Surrounded by mountains, forested lakes, and majestic countryside, Hyde Park residents can enjoy a lifestyle of unparalleled serenity and seclusion without losing access to adventure or entertainment. Whether it’s enjoying the waters of the Green River Reservoir, making the short trip to Stowe, or hiking and taking in the legendary fall colors, getting outdoors is an integral part of the culture in Hyde Park. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

While nearby Morrisville is the commercial hub for the area, Hyde Park still maintains a few of its own culinary gems to explore. Located right next to Lamoille River, for instance, Two Sons Bakehouse has mastered the art of crafting the perfect artisan bread. Beer lovers will appreciate the presence of Ten Bends Beer, a local brewery that creates distinct ales inspired by the Stowe region.

 For those in need of a little more variety, Morrisville’s trove of cuisine and retail lies less than 10 minutes south of Hyde Park. Here, hungry patrons can choose from a wide range of globally and locally inspired cuisines. Looking for a handcrafted pizza with exceptional ingredients? The family-owned Morrisville House of Pizza has been perfecting its pies for over 30 years.

 Amato merges extraordinary quality with simplicity in their gourmet Italian sandwiches, drawing from their century-old legacy that began with Italian immigrant Giovanni Amato in Portland, Oregon, in 1902. Prefer to enjoy great eats and live entertainment at the same time? Tacos and Taps Bar offers up a delectable menu of inventive tacos and cocktails as well as nightly music performances. 

Things to Do

It should come as no surprise that Hyde Park — situated in some of Vermont’s most beautiful acreage — is positively brimming with options for outdoor recreation. Of particular note is the massive Green River Reservoir State Park, wrapped around the waters of the Green River Reservoir itself. Known for its remote camping facilities — including secluded tents only accessible by boat — and paddling experiences, the park is dedicated to maintaining its wild, unspoiled environment, making it the perfect place to escape civilization and get in tune with nature. 

Hyde Park’s long history allows it to offer visitors another unique source of entertainment. A 4-star inn, wedding destination, and event venue, The Governor's House, is the centerpiece of Hyde Park Village, graced with the elegance of bygone times. Each year, the establishment hosts five highly anticipated “Jane Austen Weekends,” where attendees can step back into Regency-Era England and experience social gatherings dressed as their favorite Austen characters.


Hyde Park belongs to the Lamoille North Modified Unified Union and School District. The area is home to a number of excellent schools. Top educational opportunities include:

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