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Recreation Board

Manages the town’s two recreational areas.

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Montgomery is home to two recreation centers: The Recreation Center in Montgomery Center and the Village Riverwalk Park, both on Route 118. The Recreation Board of Directors manages both.


Peg Doheny3 yrs2024
Nelson Mayhew3 yrs2024
Lisa Perry3 yrs2024
Marsha Phillips3 yrs2023
Journey Johnston3 yrs2022
Corbin Erwin3 yrs2022
Brendan O’Shea3 yrs2022
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First Monday of the month. Special meetings as needed.

Recreation Center
118 N. Main Street / Route 118
Montgomery Center, VT 05471
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Mission Statement – We feel that our purpose as volunteers for the town shall be guided by the following beliefs:

  • All community members of any age deserve to have open spaces where they can singly or in groups meet for educational or recreational purposes.
  • These spaces shall have facilities that will benefit the greatest number of our residents and their visitors.
  • Many townspeople have talents which can and should be shared with others. We will try to encourage and facilitate sharing.
  • Community celebrations foster community spirit, and require adequate space and facilities.
  • We pledge to do our best with the funds we receive from the town while augmenting them where possible with fund raising in keeping with the above beliefs.

Trail Guide

“In the Middle of the Mountains” ($12.95) – Describes eight road tours, seven “easy walks” and 15 hikes leading to the “most beautiful scenery in the northernmost Green Mountains.”

Copies can also be ordered directly by sending a check or money-order payable to the Town of Montgomery to:

Montgomery Recreation Board
P.O. Box 356
Montgomery Center, VT 05471

Please include your mailing address. Shipping is free.

All book proceeds go to the Recreation Board to support its popular children’s summer camp and other programs.

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