Elmore is a moderately small town located in Lamoille County of Vermont. The town is named after the landowner Colonel Samuel Elmore. This town is known for its quaint beauty with excellent views of surrounding mountains and hills. You can find agricultural fields, parks, and historic buildings within its 39.6 square miles of area.
This town refers to itself by the name “The Beauty Spot of Vermont” for the natural beauty of its surroundings. The major attractions that make Elmore so beautiful are Elmore Mountain and Lake Elmore. It is also home to a historic general store as well as a historic church.
The most popular industry for residents of Elmore is construction followed by health care, educational services, and food services and accommodation. According to the 2000 census, there were 849 residents in Elmore and this included 223 families and 306 households.