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A rural farming town, developed around a former railroad depot, is located in the Taconic Mountains, 25 miles southwest of Rutland. There are two population centers -- Pawlet Village and West Pawlet. Considered the “crown jewel in the heart of the village” is the public library, which was built in 1911. It is now a state of the arts community center. During the pandemic and because of a lack of indoor viewing, two local residents, one an artist/photographer and the other a blogger, created an outdoor art gallery so their art could be visible from the road. The art changes weekly for all to enjoy. Merck Forest and Farmland Center is just outside of the center of Pawlet. It is a “family and nature lovers paradise” with trails, farm animals and information on sustainable farming. The owner of Vermont Fishing Trips, Chuck, as he’s known by the residents, will give you a guided tour and expert instructions on Vermont rivers. He will probably recommend the Mettawee River as it is considered by many to be one of the best fly fishing rivers in VT. Lake St. Catherine State Park, with 117 acres that includes camping, swimming and a picnic area makes its home in Pawlet as well. A Farmers Market, a converted 19.8 mile railroad bed for biking and walking, open farmland and wetlands, all with magnificent mountain views are just a few things you will find in Pawlet.

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