White River Junction is located in Windsor County northeast of Quechee, at the intersection of Interstates 89 and 91 along the Vermont and New Hampshire border in the Connecticut River Valley.
This 19th century village is encompassed by the town of Hartford; the combined population is 9,567 residents.
Due to its prime location, White River Junction is a mecca for business travelers and offers a wide range of lodging and dining options. White River Junction also is home to a number of wholesale merchants and manufacturers.
Points of interest include the Hotel Coolidge, listed on the National Register of Historic Places; a steam engine train of yesteryear where a full restoration project for Steam Locomotive 494 is underway; and nearby Lyman Point Park at the mouth of White River. In addition, the Briggs Opera House presents professional live theater productions.