Cabot has wonderful scenery. The village is situated in a valley on the banks of the Winooski River. The town is six miles square, bordered to the north by Walden and Route 15, on the east by Joe's Pond and Route 2, Marshfield to the south, and Woodbury at the west border. The hills on either side of the village run north and south, and on the east, another range of hills in East Cabot affords more great views towards Danville and Peacham.
There are beautiful homes, working farms, sugar woods, orchards, lakes, trout brooks, seven well-kept cemeteries to admire; there are parades, an active church community, concerts, and many other community gatherings to enjoy in the town.
From Cabot Plain on a clear day, you'll see Camel's Hump, Mt. Mansfield, the Worcester Range and Woodbury quarries to the west; Jay Peak and points in Canada to the north; and the White Mountains in the east. We hope you'll take time to explore our website and perhaps one day visit Cabot in person; stop by the Cabot Historical Society museum and let us show you not only our town as it is today, but some of our past, too.
Below is a link to the Carpenter-Pitkin website with a slide show of pictures in Cabot and neighboring towns of Marshfield and a few Walden pictures mixed in.