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Town Hall

The Franklin Town Hall is one of the social hubs of the town. Throughout the year, this landmark hosts elections, blood drives, baby showers, Zumba classes, and more.


Franklin United Church

Located next to the town hall, Franklin United Church hosts services on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. At this time, face masks are required due to the ongoing pandemic.


Franklin, the town that Franklin Homestead & Carriage House is fortunate to call home, is tucked up against the U.S./Canadian border. Home to Lake Carmi, Franklin has a lot to offer not just to our residents, but to everyone else who chooses to make their homes in town.


Take a look, and we think you'll agree. Franklin is a great place to live!


Franklin Town Clerk's Office

The town clerk's office is open Monday, Tuesday, and Friday from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. and Thursdays from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. The office is located at the rear of the Haston Library.

5167 Main St.


East Franklin Union Church

Located on the outskirts of town, East Franklin Union Church conducts services at 9 a.m on Sundays. At this time, face masks are required due to the ongoing pandemic.



The library, which shares a building with the Franklin Town Hall, is open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Face masks are required due to COVID-19.


St. Mary's Church

Mass is typically held at 6 p.m. on Saturdays from Memorial Day weekend through Columbus Day weekend at this church, located near Franklin Central School.

145 Square Rd.


Franklin Telephone Company

This family-owned telecommunications business has provided services to Franklin residents for well over 100 years.

5217 Main St.



Central School

Franklin's public school serves pre-kindergarten through 6th grade. The school has been named a Gold Medallion School by the Vermont Business Roundtable.

15 School St.


Franklin Watershed Committee

A local nonprofit working to improve water quality in Lake Carmi and other bodies of water in the Franklin Watershed.


Log Cabin


The Franklin Historical Society's log cabin museum is a testament to the rich history of this little town on the U.S./Canadian border.


Lake Carmi State Park

Camp, hike, swim, picnic, and more along Vermont's fourth-largest natural lake. The park is the largest in the state with 138 camp/RV sites, 35 lean-to sites, and 2 cabins.

460 Marsh Farm Rd.

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Lake Carmi Campers Association

Click here to learn more about Lake Carmi and its campers!

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