Wallingford is located in Rutland County
in western Vermont, in the Otter Creek Valley along Route 7. It lies between the Taconic and Green Mountain ranges, 22 miles north of Manchester and 10 miles south of Rutland
Founded in 1761, Wallingford's area is 43 square miles and its population is 2,274, according to the 2000 U.S. Census.
Wallingford is divided into three distinct villages. Each typifies a small New England town with colonial, federal and Victorian homes, antique shops, white steepled churches, inns, small country stores and gift shops. Wallingford offers a great opportunity for the Vermont visitor to experience the small town atmosphere, whether it is for an hour's walk or an extended visit.
White Rocks Recreation Area offers picnic areas and hiking trails.