Maidstone

Vermont

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: 211

2020 U.S. Census data

More information:

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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 to the left about our township.

The Maidstone Land Records Portal is online. Here is the link: https://maidstone.lr-1.com/