The town of Weathersfield is in one of the most peaceful, yet accessible corners of the Okemo Valley. Located in Windsor County, Weathersfield is made up of of five small villages, including Perkinsville on the west side of Town and Ascutney on the east. It’s bordered on the east by the Connecticut River , on the north by Mount Ascutney, on the west by the Town of Cavendish, and on the south by the Town of Springfield.
Although there isn’t one Main Street, Weathersfield is where you go to relax, hike, mountain bike or enjoy the new rope tow and snow shoe trails on Mt. Ascutney, hunt, fly fish the Black River, horseback ride, cross-country ski or snowmobile the VAST trail. Weathersfield is where you can pick apples in the area’s largest orchard, visit the famous Woods Cider Mill, and meet artisans in their studios, like Windsor chair maker George Ainley or well-known watercolorist Robert O’Brien. And it’s home to The Inn at Weathersfield where both locals and visitors enjoy the acclaimed farm-to-table restaurant, 12-guest room inn and cooking classes. It’s where old settler’s trails connect covered bridges to campgrounds to swimming holes and to ice cream stands. And it’s where history lovers go to explore the Dan Foster House and its extensive collection of furniture, tools and farming equipment.