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.