Welcome to the official website of the Township of Maidstone, Vermont. Maidstone is located in Essex County, one of the 3 counties that make up the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont. We are bordered on the east side by New Hampshire and the Connecticut River & Valley, containing within it's oxbows an abundance of fertile bottom lands for farming, and well known for it's great fishing, canoeing & kayaking. Also within the Town is the well known Maidstone Lake with it's adjoining Maidstone State Park, remotely nestled among the towns many forests, hills, mountains and streams. Here's a quick link to a Google Map.
Chartered: October 12, 1761 (New Hampshire Grant). We recently celebrated our 250th anniversary, (along with the neighboring town of Guildhall, VT).
Area: 20,560 Acres = 32.13 Square Miles /Water: 1.3 sq mi
Altitude: 893 feet ASL /Stoneham Mountain: 2,087 feet
Population: 208 /w pop. density of 6.5 per sq. mi.
Full 2000 U.S. Census report - .pdf download
2010 U.S. Census data - enter Maidstone town, Essex County, Vermont in the search box under, Community Facts, and click GO.
In the Maidstone Annual Report available at the Town Hall, in the Maidstone Town Plan,
at City-Data.com (mostly 2000 Census data)
or by visiting the links above and to the left about our township.