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Jay Peak Resort

19 locals recommend

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Heidi Lauren
Heidi Lauren
January 11, 2015
Oasis of skiing, waterpark, skating, spa and dining.
Nan, Joan, Martha, John, Eithne And
Nan, Joan, Martha, John, Eithne And
December 16, 2014
It's big, has plenty of challenging runs, and when nowhere has snow, Jay has plenty. Also two Olympic ice rinks and a tropical water park, where you can surf or float the lazy river.
November 04, 2014
One of the best ski areas in New England, often with great snow when more southern resorts are not so good. There's also a water park there. I've never been but it looks fun for kids.
November 02, 2014
Skiing and indoor water park
Libby And Silas
Libby And Silas
October 27, 2014
Fun skiing, an indoor water park, golf course and an indoor ice rink are some of the options at Jay Peak.

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4850 Route 242
Jay, VT 05859
Phone(802) 988-2611