Our Campus

The Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development purchased its Austine Drive campus in 2016. Since then, Winston Prouty has relocated its services and child care programs to the new location and taken on management of the sprawling, 180-acre multi-building campus. Now well-established in this new location and familiar with the property and its tenants, Winston Prouty is taking steps to steward the campus in a way that serves as a broader community asset.

The campus includes three large buildings, two former dormitories, five cabins and more than 100 acres of forested land.  The Winston Prouty Center, which operates a licensed child care program serving children ages birth to age 5 as well as community based services that provide support to families and children, occupies one floor of Thomas Hall and rents out the remaining space to local businesses and non-profits organizations. There are spaces available for long-term lease and short-term rentals. To see what is currently available, visit our Available Space page.

The campus is open to the public from dusk until dawn. A system of trails is available for the community to enjoy. Dogs must be kept on a leash. Click here for a trail map



18 and 251 Austine Drive

Families First

CROKER HALL – 60 Austine Drive

Inspire School for Autism

The Garland School

The Vermont Wilderness School

Bonnyvale Environmental Education Center

Adaptiva, LLC


The Stone Trust

The Village Community Closet

HOLTON HALL – 130 Austine Drive

High 5 Adventure Learning Center

Brattleboro Hearing Center, Inc

Lisa Kelly, Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LICSW

Maggie Foley, Development & Consulting Services

Julia Ronconi, APRN

Vermont Association for the Blind and Visually Impaired

Health Care and Rehabilitation Services of Vermont

Building a Positive Community

Edmund A. Burke, Esq.

Families First – Julie Cunningham, Executive Director

Monroe Whitaker & R.R. Sweetapple Redevelopment and Design

The University of Vermont – UVM Extension

Windham County Forester

Tamara Evanson, LCSW

Kathryn Einig, Massage Therapy

THOMAS HALL – 209 Austine Drive

Winston Prouty Center for Child and Family Development

A Bite To Eat

Austine Museum

Awesome Animal Academy

Codestar Cybersecurity, Inc

Deaf Vermonter’s Advocacy Services

Easterseals Vermont

Frank Song musician

Michael Antonucci

Secrest & Darrow Attorneys at Law

Vermont Medical Center

The Winston Prouty Campus is a hub for activity in our community. The following initiatives and organizations have hosted events and activities on campus:

350 Vermont
Actors Theater Playhouse
Brattleboro Area Affordable Housing
Brattleboro Community Television
Brattleboro Storm Soccer
Brattleboro Youth Soccer Association
BodhiFit Yoga
Building Bright Futures
Copeland Center for Wellness and Recovery
Food Connects
Groundworks Collaborative
Guilford Soccer
Hunger Council of Vermont
United Way of Windham County
Kindle Farm
Let’s Grow Kids
Lions Club
Post Oil Solutions
Red Cross
Southeastern Vermont Community Action (SEVCA)
St. Michaels School basketball team
The Pit Mistress
Town of Brattleboro
Ukulele Sisters & Friends
Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center
Vermont Suitcase Company
Vipers AAU Girls Basketball
VT Department for Children and Families
VT Department of Health
Windham County Democratic Committee
Windham Early Childhood Educators Co-op
Windham Philharmonic
Windham Regional Commission
Windham Southeast Supervisory District
Windham Windsor Housing Trust
Women’s Freedom Center
WVEW Community Radio


The Winston Prouty Campus has space available for both long-term lease and for one-time rentals. To learn more about office vacancies or to find out how to rent a space for your next event, visit our Available Space page.

Questions? Contact us:

Visit us: 209 Austine Drive, Thomas Hall, Brattleboro, VT 05301

Call us: (802) 257-7852