Whether you are visiting, a seasonal resident, or a full-time resident, Vermont has a multitude of intriguing and marvelous qualities to enjoy. The local sites of Proctor's marble bridge and Wilson Castle provide beautiful man made structures in the midst of the glorious terrain. The Vermont Marble Museum gives opportunity to see the wonderful medium that helped to found Proctor, and resident artists provide fresh artwork to marvel at.
The numerous forests and lakes in the area are wonderful for vacation getaways, and propane provides an excellent means to keep you cozy while you relax and enjoy time with your loved ones. Camping in the summer and skiing in the winter on Killington, Pico, Okemo, or any of the other mountains, are two of the marvelous outdoor activities for Proctor residents.
The rich history of the area provides the backdrop for the deep rooted communities. In fact, there are a number of historic buildings that have either been renovated or repurposed. An example of this is the Sutherland Fall Shop which is now utilized by Proctor Gas. The original settlement of Sutherland Falls—documented later by the Vermont State Legislature as Proctor—created a historical jewel with an enduring footprint.