Wireless Bristol
A free internet connection is available to visitors in the downtown area and on our town green.

Lawrence Library
Founded in 1911, our town library offers books, DVD, audio books and netbooks for loan, as well as computers to use on site and children’s activities throughout the year. One can also download books from their website at www.lawrencelibrary.net

Tennis Courts
Two newly-refurbished tennis courts are available for the public to use, via membership in the Bristol Recreation Club. They are located at the Recreation Fields off West Street, accessed from Airport Drive. Call Troy Paradee at the Rec Club at (802) 777-1968 for membership info and the latest access code.

Ice Skating Rink
Available when the weather permits, the Bristol Recreation Club owns and maintains an outdoor skating rink located off West Street and accessed from Airport Drive. Call Troy Parade at (802) 777-1968 for conditions and hours of operation.

Recreation Field
Located off West Street and accessed from Airport Drive, the Bristol Recreation Club owns and maintains several large playing fields. Many terrific activities take place at the Recreation Fields throughout the year, ranging from softball tournaments to car shows to the Three Day Stampede. The fields, grandstand, and snack shack are available for the public to use and for organizations to rent to host festivals and events.

Skate Park and Hub Teen Center
A skateboarder’s delight is located off West Street near the Recreation Field and contains a variety of elements to challenge skateboarders of all levels. The Hub is open Monday through Friday and also holds a variety of events.
Find schedule and calendar at www.bristolskatepark.com

Town Parks
The town owns four public parks – Eagle Park, Sycamore Park, Memorial Park, and the Town Green. more info

Garbage and Recycling
The garbage and recycling in the village are picked up at curbside by a wagon drawn by a pair of matched Perchon horses. Good Morning America came and shot a segment on our garbage collection and the New York Times had an article and photo when the town switched to this method over eight years ago.

Artists Alley
Five outdoor murals painted by Vermont artists and five wooden benches created by our sixth graders grace Artists Alley, off Main St. in the downtown block.