Cambridge is home to artists, crafts people, small business owners and farmers. Throughout the Cambridge Valley you’ll find scenic views, historic buildings, unpaved roads dating from 17th century and many recreational opportunities.
Located in the village today is the original Cambridge Hotel, now a home for assisted living; a Victorian-era Opera House, Hubbard Hall, along many locally owned small businesses housed in historic buildings. Agriculture continues to thrive in the valley, including dairy farms, organic meat and vegetable producers in addition to fiber and fruit growers.
Cambridge Central School
The Cambridge Central School empowers our students with the knowledge, skills and character traits to pursue their goals and contribute positively to society throughout their lives.
Cambridge’s academic reputation is regularly recognized by local and state reviews. The strict academic regime at CCS prepares students for higher education and the workforce.
Hubbard Hall is a non-profit rural community multi-arts center dedicated to bringing the best of theater, music, dance and the visual arts to our region. Hubbard Hall is located in an historic 1878 opera house and renovated 19th century rail yard campus. We are a buzzing hub of cultural activity in our area, welcoming more than 36,000 visitors year-round with dozens of weekly programs and workshops, critically-acclaimed resident theater and opera companies, a popular dance and movement arts program, a village store, art gallery, and much much more.
Parks and Recreation
Lake Lauderdale County Park is a 100-acre park with fishing and nature trails (no boat launch). The park includes a playground, basketball, volleyball & horseshoes courts The park also has a pavilion equipped with picnic tables, a BBQ pit, grills, electricity and a walk-in cooler.
The Hiking Trail at New Skete Monastery. Our churches, gardens, bell tower, and hiking trail are open for self-guided tours, Tuesday through Sunday, closed Monday. The grounds are closed during community retreat times (mid-August through mid-September, and our mid-winter retreat, usually in February, check our calendar for specific dates). View the trail map.
Ondawa Greens Golf Course and Driving Range is nestled in beautiful Washington County near Vermont, we have a challenging executive length 9 hole course, fantastic views and a Pro Shop in a restored dairy barn. Ondawa Greens is designed to be experienced by the whole family.