The Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing, which is part of the State’s Agency for Commerce and Community Development, works every two years to compile robust tourism-related economic data and insights.
We use this large collection of information to inform businesses and attractions about the latest travel trends in Vermont, as well as how visitors’ dollars are being spent.
This large, biannual study captures a number of significant insights, including information on where visitors to Vermont come from, what types of activities tourists are spending their money on, and calculations on tax and fee revenues for Vermont.
Below are the latest studies, by category, for 2013 and 2011. Data for 2015 will be released later this year.