Introduction to Springfield, Vermont
The population of Springfield is 9,078.
The town of Springfield was chartered in 1761. At the onset of World War II, Springfield became extremely important, as machine tools were produced in the area. Springfield is home to the Eureka Schoolhouse, which is Vermont’s oldest one-room school.
Springfield and nearby Attractions
- Ascutney State Park
- Jamaica State Park
- Camp Plymouth State Park
- Nature Museum
- Pillsbury State Park
- Grafton Historical Society Museum
Things To Do In Springfield
There are a number of shopping centers in the area, such as the One Hundred River Street Complex Shopping Center and the Springfield Shopping Plaza Shopping Center. Numerous parks in the area include Pillsbury State Park, Jamaica State Park and Ascutney State Park, which offer a host of recreation facilities. Churches in the area include the Springfield United Methodist Church, the Calvary Baptist Church and Saint Mary’s Catholic Church. Hooper Golf Club is the local golf course. The area hosts festivals like the Windsor County Agricultural Fair every July and the Vermont Apple Festival every October.
Albany International is the closest major airport.
Springfield Higher Education
Higher education can be pursued at Keene State College, Norwich University and Middlebury College.