Vermont Route 100 is the longest road in the state. It runs almost the entire length of the state, from the state line at Clarksburg, Massachusetts all the way to the Town of Newport, just six miles (9.6 km) away from Canada. Route 100 is also among the most scenic roads in the state of Vermont. In south-central Vermont, it runs along the edge of the Green Mountains . However, the road is most popular in the cooler months. In the autumn, it’s well known as a place to see beautiful fall foliage. Along Route 100, you’ll also find several resort towns that fill up with skiers in the winter months. Despite that, the road runs through pretty sparsely populated territory. The biggest town you’ll find along it is Morrisville, which only has a population of about 5400.
Our Vermont Route 100 highway marker replica lets you relive your journeys down this scenic highway. We’ve made it follow the exact 1993 Vermont standards for state highway signs, which are still in use in the present day. This non-reflective sign makes a great addition to any room in the house. Display it proudly in your garage, office, bar, den, man cave, or anywhere else needing a dose of Green Mountain charm.
Our Vermont Route 100 marker is flat printed in the USA on heavy 14-gauge steel. It will serve you well for years to come, even when installed outdoors in a severe Vermont winter. The original 30 in. × 24 in. size as seen on the road is available here. We also have scaled-down 12 in. × 9.6 in. and 20 in. × 16 in. markers for those looking to conserve space or decorating budget, or go big with our oversize 40 in. × 32 in. sign. All sizes include mounting holes pre-drilled for your convenience.
Like all of our signs, we can fully customize this one to meet your needs! We can offer it in sizes not listed here, or with a different route number. We can also provide just about any kind of road sign you can think of, be it from Vermont or elsewhere. To get started on your custom order, contact Jake today!