city in Orleans County, Vermont, United States

Newport is a city in the Northeast Kingdom region of Vermont.



Get in


From the south, Newport is most easily accessible using Interstate 91. Taking exits 27 or 28 will lead you into the town. From the north, take Autoroute 55 South from Quebec, and you will find Newport just a few miles after crossing the U.S./Canadian border.

Get around

Map of Newport (Vermont)
  • 1 St. Mary Star of the Sea, 191 Clermont Terrace. Roman Catholic church opened in 1909.    
  • 2 Lake Memphremagog. Newport is on the shoreline of the large lake and has a wooden boardwalk that can be walked or biked that leads over the water. It is also rumored that the lake holds a lake monster, Memphre.    
  • Pick and Shovel. An independent hardware store turned mega-mart. You can find almost anything in this great spot: a toilet, board game, banana split, or new pet fish.
  • Lago, Main Street. A wonderful Italian restaurant. The food is truly artisan, you won't find any overcooked baked ziti here. The salads, pizzas, and seafood are worth highlighting.



There are a few bars on Main Street which are also just a short walk away from the waterfront boardwalks near Lake Memphremagog.



Go next

Routes through Newport
SherbrookeStanstead ← becomes     N   S  BartonSt. Johnsbury
SherbrookeStanstead ← becomes     N   S  BartonSt. Johnsbury
END  N   S  WestmoreSt. Johnsbury via  
END  N   S  MorrisvilleJct W   E
St. Albans ← Jct N    W   E  → Jct  Jct   S

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