Where to Find the Best Creemees in Vermont: Six of Our Favorite Spots

Photo by Monica Donovan
Canteen Creemee in Waitsfield, Vermont. Photo by Monica Donovan.
Heady Vermont Staff 9 Jul 2022

Where do you find the best creemees in Vermont? We’ve shared just a handful of our favorite spots here from across the Green Mountain State.

There’s nothing more Vermont than sitting at a small snack shack on a summer day after a swim, catching drips of maple creemee off a classic cone. One of our favorite-ever traditions, summer in Vermont just isn’t complete without a classic creemee.

Below we’ve shared just a few of the best creemee spots in Vermont, including some classic snack shacks and some hip up-and-coming creemee spots. Check ahead first to make sure they’re open, and remember that some only take cash!

Canteen Creemee in Waitsfield

Epic creemee sundaes and perfectly fried chicken round out the phenomenal menu at Canteen Creemee, a Waitsfield staple run by chef-owner Charlie Menard. This hip spot always has a vinyl record on, and offers no-frills picnic tables as well as online ordering and takeout.

Canteen Creemee
5123 Main St.
Waitsfield, VT

Little Gordo Creemee Stand in Burlington

This quirky spot, founded by the owners of nearby Taco Gordo, specializes in scratch-made creemees, hard ice cream, ‘wizards’ and sundaes. Nestled along Union Street in the same building as Willow’s Bagels and the Wallflower Collective, Little Gordo‘s low-key location allows you to enjoy some of the best creemees in Burlington – without the waterfront or Church Street crowds.

Little Gordo Creemee Stand
71 S Union St.
Burlington, VT

Village Creeme Stand in Bristol

It doesn’t get much more iconic than the Village Creeme (yes, Creeme, not Creemee) Stand in Bristol. This sunny snack shack is a long-running seasonal stop for visitors from all across Vermont and New England, the menu includes Vermonty snack shack fare like fried chicken sandwiches, juicy burgers and maple dogs – hot dogs cooked in Vermont maple syrup.

Village Creeme Stand
41 West St.
Bristol, VT

Vermont Cookie Love in N. Ferrisburgh

Voted best creemee outside of Chittenden County in the Daysies several years in a row, this Route 7 stop offers creemees made with Kingdom Creamery ice cream. Cookie dough Love Pops, ice cream sandwiches, sundaes, milkshakes, and espresso concoctions round out the menu at Vermont Cookie Love.

Vermont Cookie Love
6915 US-7
North Ferrisburgh, VT

Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks in Montpelier

The Morses are an eighth generation sugaring family, and their history in the maple syrup business shines through their syrup and maple creemees. Leave the farm with a satisfied sweet tooth and a growler of their 100% natural Vermont maple syrup or maybe their Maple Kettle Corn as well. Get your creemee with the maple dust!

Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks
1168 County Rd.
Montpelier, VT

Photo of Morse Farm Maple Sugarworks - Montpelier, VT, United States. Maple creemee with maple dust

Creemee Stand in Wilmington

This seasonal southern Vermont snack shack, along Route 100, has absolutely perfected its signature Vermont Maple Creemee with locally made syrup. Hard scoop ice cream is also available at the Creemee Stand in a variety of delicious flavors, produced by the oldest manufacturer of ice cream in the State of Vermont, Wilcox Dairy.

Creemee Stand
716 Rte. 100 N.
Wilmington, VT

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