Reconnect, reunite and recreate. Smugglers' has hosted thousands of family gatherings since our beginning in 1956. We have the experience in helping families plan all the details to ensure a successful and fun reunion.
Smugglers' is a community of families, many of whom come back again and again just to be part of the fantastic fun and excitement. Your family will enjoy this atmosphere where they feel comfortable and at home.
Smugglers' Notch Resort has been recognized as one of the top destinations in North America for reunions for several years in a row!
The reasons are simple:
Location, location, location! Smugglers' is right in the heart of Vermont's Green Mountains only 30 miles from Burlington, Vermont.
Everything's right in our Mountain Resort Village! Park your car and you're home! Boundless Winter activities from skiing and snowboarding, to cross-country and snowshoeing, from tube sliding and ice skating to swimming and hot tubbing, from dining and entertainment to rest and relaxation. And we offer award-winning children's programs and endless family activities.
Reunion Planning made easy. We understand the level of detail that can go into planning a reunion. Finding the time to coordinate all the details when you're working or busy with the kids is difficult. So Smugglers' is ready to help with all your planning and travel needs. Just give us a call and we'll do the rest!
All Family Group packages include: • Mountainside resort condominium lodging • Daily 3 mountain lift tickets • Cross country & snowshoe trail pass • Use of indoor pool & hot tubs • Teen Alley Teen Center (ages 13-19) • Ice Skating, Tube Sliding • Bonfires with hot chocolate • Nightly entertainment & activities • Bingo & Family Karaoke
"This is the best resort for a large family to book a winter vacation. Our most recent vacation included ages 21 through 80. There were skiers and boarders from beginner to expert and others who just love the area. Everyone had a great time. We look forward to the times we will spend at Smugglers' Notch with grandchildren so they can teach our next generation to ski/board." SKI Magazine reader, 2017 survey