What to do on Your Day Off as an Allied Healthcare Provider in Burlington, Vermont

Burlington-Vermont
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Cross Country Allied
Posted:
March 26, 2021 05:04 AM (GMT-04:00)
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Traveler Tips

Are you looking for a travel allied healthcare assignment in a smaller city, with low crime, big, beautiful outdoor spaces and a vibrant, artsy shopping, dining and entertainment district? Then call your recruiter, pack your bags and get ready for a trip to Burlington, Vermont! Vermont is known for its delicious maple syrup, cheddar cheese and Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, so make sure you sample some while you’re there. Yes, it can be chilly during the winter, but the people are warm and friendly and with plenty to keep you active outdoors, the weather will probably seem refreshing. The state’s numerous ski resorts and their pristine slopes attract downhill ski aficionados from around the world. Here are some of the best things to eat, drink, see and do on your day off as an allied healthcare traveler in Burlington, Vermont.

The Farmhouse Tap and Grill

One of the best things about an assignment in a near-rural location is the opportunity to enjoy a true farm-to-table dining experience. Many big city restaurants advertise farm-to-table menus, but in Vermont, you may actually be walking distance to the farm where some of your meal’s ingredients originated. The Farmhouse Tap and Grill offers an exceptional farm-to-table experience that allied healthcare professionals on assignment in Burlington will definitely enjoy. Think cheddar ale soup, farm beets with sumac syrup, maple rosemary nuts… and that’s just for starters! Main courses include locally sourced burgers, fish and salads, as well as a wide range of beers from nearby breweries.

Waterfront Park and Burlington Bike Path

You probably guessed by its name that this is an excellent place for allied healthcare professionals on assignment in Burlington to enjoy a bike ride. With a view of beautiful Lake Champlain, it is also the perfect location to go for a walk or catch a gorgeous sunset. If the weather is nice, you may even want to try kayaking or paddle boarding. The popular 25-mile bike path is a local favorite, and if you weren’t able to bring our own bike, rentals are available. Waterfront Park is home to numerous art, music and food festivals during the warmer months.

Church Street Marketplace

Even small towns have that go-to, happening spot where you can see and do everything, and in Burlington, that would be Church Street Marketplace. Whether you want to spend the day people-watching, shopping the award-winning outdoor mall, or sampling some of the city’s most creative cuisine, you can find it all here. Church Street Marketplace, named a “Great Public Space in America,” is also the setting for numerous fun public events including outdoor yoga, music and art festivals, as well as a local farmer’s market.

Red Rocks Park

Allied healthcare providers who love the outdoors and find themselves on assignment in Burlington, Vermont will fall in love with Red Rocks Park. This 100-acre park is open year-round, and its scenic overlooks and views of Lake Champlain make it a wonderful place for hiking, jogging and even photography. In winter, you can cross country ski its scenic trails. During summer, enjoy the beach with a designated swim area. This park is also a popular spot for dog lovers, and you are welcome to bring your pooch as long as he or she remains on a leash.

Ready to live like a local with a travel allied healthcare assignment in this wonderful city? Search our current allied healthcare opportunities in Burlington, Vermont.

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