Vermont

Featured RV Parks & Campgrounds

Addison, VT: Dar Campground

With its picturesque location on the shores of Lake Champlain, D.A.R. State Park provides an ideal setting for anyone seeking a relaxing day visit or an overnight respite. A quiet park, it is popular for its large, open campground, grassy picnic areas and stone pavilion. It is also a favorite spot for birdwatchers.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


6750 VT Rte-17 W
Addison, VT
(802) 759-2354

Ascutney, VT: Ascutney Campground

Mt. Ascutney State Park contains some of southeastern Vermont’s most popular and heaviest used hiking trails. Four major trails totaling approximately 12 miles in length start at the base of the mountain and climb to the summit.


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Restrooms, showers, play area


1826 Back Mountain Rd
Windsor, VT
(802) 674-2060

Barnard, VT: Silver Lake Campground

This park is popular for its sandy swimming area, picnic grounds, and camping area. Its proximity to Woodstock and other central Vermont tourist destinations makes it ideal for family vacations.


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Restroom, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


20 State Park Blvd
Barnard, VT
(802) 234-9451

Bloomfield, VT: Maidstone Campground

Maidstone Lake is a great location to view nesting loons. The loon loves the solitude of the northern lakes whose shores are rimmed with spruce-fir shade. Once common in Vermont, the loon has recently been removed from the endangered species list, but remains a species of concern.


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Restroom, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


5956 Maidstone Lake Rd
Maidstone, VT
(802) 676-3930

Bomoseen, VT: Bomoseen Campground

The campground contains 55 tent/RV sites and 10 lean-tos. Some sites are wooded and some are grassy and open, while others are located along the lakeshore.


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Restroom, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


22 Cedar Mountain Rd
Fair Haven, VT
(802) 265-4242

Brattleboro, VT: Fort Dummer Campground

Located in the southern foothills of the Green Mountains, the forest is more like those of southern New England than like a typical Vermont forest. Southern tree species such as white, red, and chestnut oaks, dominate the hardwood forest, which also contains beech, maple, yellow birch, and white birch.


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Restroom, showers, play area, outdoor games


517 Old Guilford Rd
Brattleboro, VT
(802) 254-2610

Concord, VT: Alpine Valley Campground

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Full hookups. 20/30 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites. Tent sites. Picnic tables. Fire rings. Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, camp store, handicap accessible, restaurant, and LP


Rates: $60

Dummerston, VT: Kampfires Campground, Inn & Entertainment

Easy Access to Southern Vermont, Keene New Hampshire and Western Massachusetts.


Site Information
Full hookups. 30/50 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites. Picnic tables. Fire rings. Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, camp store, handicap accessible, dump station


Rates: $40-$60

Enosburg Falls, VT: Lake Carmi Campground

With a 1375-acre surface area, Carmi is the fourth largest natural lake located entirely within Vermont.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


460 Marsh Farm Rd
Enosburg Falls, VT
(802) 933-8383

Fairfax, VT: Maple Grove Campground

The ideal Vermont location for a peaceful camping getaway featuring RV and tent sites with full amenities.


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Full hookups. Partial sites. 30/50 AMP. Pull through sites. Can accommodate RVs up to 50’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, LP, camp store, on site camper rentals, dump station


Rates: $28-$45

Grand Isle, VT: Grand Isle Campground

With 4,150 feet of Lake Champlain shoreline, Grand Isle is popular with many destination campers who spend their entire vacation here. At the same time, the park location on US Route 2 attracts a high number of one-night campers, while proximity to population centers in Burlington, Vermont and Montreal, Quebec make it an easy destination for the weekend or spur-of-the-moment camper.


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Restrooms, showers, rec room, play area, outdoor games


36 East Shore South
Grand Isle, VT
(802) 372-4300

Groton, VT: Big Deer Campground

Big Deer State Park is within close proximity to the six other parks in the Groton State Forest. While it is used primarily as a campground, there are plenty of other activities and attractions at the nearby parks.


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Restrooms, showers


1467 Boulder Beach Rd
Groton, VT
(802) 584-3822

Groton, VT: New Discovery Campground

As early as 1704, Native Americans and the French were using routes through Groton to reach Canada and Massachusetts. Colonists settled this area of Vermont slightly earlier than the rest of the state through the accessible network of waterways.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


4239 VT Rt 232
Marshfield, VT
(802) 426-3042

Groton, VT: Ricker Pond Campground

Ricker Pond State Park, established in the 1930s, is located on the western shores of Ricker Pond and adjacent to the Montpelier-Wells Rail Trail (Cross Vermont Trail).


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Restrooms, showers


18 Ricker Pond Campground Rd
Groton, VT
(802) 584-3821

Groton, VT: Stillwater Campground

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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


44 Stillwater Rd
Groton, VT
(802) 584-3822

Hubbardton, VT: Half Moon Campground

A perfect place for campers seeking a respite from the hustle and bustle of daily life, the park offers a vast trail system including a short walk or, for the more ambitious, a full-day’s hike. Hikers are likely to see a variety of wildlife including white-tailed deer or an occasional moose.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


1621 Black Pond Rd
Hubbardton, VT
(802) 273-2848

Island Pond, VT: Brighton Campground

Island Pond was the site of the first international railroad junction in the United States. At the height of the town’s population, its streets were lively with railroad men and loggers, most of whom rode in on one of the 13 rail tracks that passed through town. A mere two tracks remain today. The unique wooden bridge, which once held all 13 tracks, is gone, but the heritage of railroading is still evident in the well-kept train station and a few associated structures at the north end of town.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


102 State Park Rd
Island Pond, VT
(802) 723-4360

Jamaica, VT: Jamaica Campground

Jamaica State Park is located on a bend of the West River about one-half mile from the center of the town of Jamaica. Nearby to the north is Ball Mountain. Hamilton Falls is located about one-mile up Cobb Brook, which enters the West River upstream from the park.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


48 Salmon Hole Ln
Jamaica, VT
(802) 874-4600

Lake Elmore, VT: Elmore Campground

Lake Elmore is 219 acres, and lies northwest of the village and empties into the Lamoille River through Pond Brook. Elmore Mountain is in the "Hogback Range" and its timber is mostly hardwood. The mountain has an elevation of 2,608 feet.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, boat rentals


856 VT Route 12
Lake Elmore, VT
(802) 888-2982

Marshfield, VT: Groton Forest Road Campground

Nestled on 9 acres in the Green Mountains of Northeastern Vermont is Groton Forest Road Campground. From a hike in the nearby Groton State Forest to a crackling fire under the stars, there is surely something that will appeal to one of any age.


Site Information
32 sites. Full hookup sites. 15/30 AMP service
Can accommodate RVs up to 40’


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, laundry, dump station, clean restrooms, showers, store, propane, pavilion, grassy sites


Rates: $35

North Dorset, VT: Emerald Lake Campground

Located conveniently between Manchester and Rutland, the park is popular for its wooded hillside campground, beach and swimming area, and nearby attractions and tourist destinations.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, boat rentals


65 Emerald Lake Lane
East Dorset, VT
(802) 362-1655

Perkinsville, VT: Crown Point Camping Area

Crown Point Camping Area is a family campground located in a beautifully level and mature pine plantation above the shores of Stoughton Pond, in the Green Mountains of Central Vermont.


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Full hookups. Partial sites. 15/20/30 AMP. Pull through sites. Tent sites. Picnic tables. Fire rings. Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, camp store, LP


Rates: $46-$53

Peru, VT: Hapgood Pond Campground

Hapgood Pond Campground is situated next to its scenic namesake pond, 13 miles east of Manchester, Vermont. Visitors enjoy canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming and hiking.


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Restrooms, play area


Peru, VT
(802) 362-2307

Plainfield, VT: Onion River Campground

Spacious sites along the Winooski River. Claim your heavenly hookup site. Tenters, find a private nook tucked up in the apple orchard, next to the plum tree, by the pond, or in the high meadow aside the massive stone.


Site Information
Full hookups. Partial sites. 30/50 AMP. Back in sites. Tent sites. Fire rings. Picnic tables. Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, RV storage, dump station


Rates: $35-$45

Plymouth Union, VT: Coolidge Campground

A trip to Coolidge State Park is a trip back in time; the park remains essentially the way it was when it was first created in the 1930s. Known for its rustic feel, hillside campsites that give way to dramatic mountain views, and authentic character, Coolidge State Park is the developed recreation centerpiece of the 21,500-acre Calvin Coolidge State Forest, the largest state-owned land holding in central Vermont.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


855 Coolidge State Park Rd
Plymouth, VT
(802) 672-3612

Poultney, VT: Lake St Catherine Campground

Lake St. Catherine State Park has long been a destination for visitors seeking an area to relax, refresh and recreate. The 117-acre park has been in operation since it opened as a picnic and swimming area in 1953 on the shore of picturesque Lake St. Catherine.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, boat rentals


3034 VT Rte 30-South
Poultney, VT
(802) 287-9158

Quechee, VT: Quechee Campground

The park's location along US Route 4, and its proximity to many upper-valley attractions make it a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


5800 Woodstock Rd
Hartford, VT
(802) 295-2990

Salisbury, VT: Lake Dunmore Kampersville

Nestled in the heart of Vermont’s Champlain Valley, at the foot of the Green Mountains, Lake Dunmore Kampersville is one of New England’s truly outstanding campgrounds and RV parks, Vermont camping at its best! Sparkling clean Lake Dunmore serves as the focal point of Kamperville’s exciting Vermont camping.


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Full hookups. Partial sites. 15/20/30/50 AMP. Back in sites. Pull through sites. Tent sites. Fire rings. Picnic tables. Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, dump station, LP, camp store, restaurant, fuel


Rates: $49-$62

South Hero, VT: Apple Island Resort

Just minutes from Burlington & upstate New York and a short drive to Montreal, we are a perfect home base for exploring Vermont & the Lake Champlain Valley. Enjoy the best lake camping you can find in New England.


Site Information
242 total sites. 209 full hook-ups. 30/50 AMP. Pull thrus & back in sites. Room for slide outs. Extended/Long term sites. Grass pads. Picnic tables at site. Big rig friendly.


Amenities/Facilities
Free Wi-Fi, dump station, ice, newspaper, camp store, restrooms, showers, groceries, laundry, personal site escort, interior gravel roads, RV storage area, on-site cabin and cottage rentals, fire pits, and clubhouse.


Rates: $70-$100

South Londonberry, VT: Winhall Brook Camping Area

Winhall Brook Campground is nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont along Winhall Brook and the West River, seven miles from Ball Mountain Lake.


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Partial sites. 30/50 AMP. Picnic table.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, play area


South Londonderry, VT
(802) 874-4881

Stowe, VT: Smugglers Notch Campground

The famous Smugglers’ Notch is a narrow pass through the Green Mountains. Lined with 1,000-foot cliffs, the winding road is closed in winter. In the earlier days, only a footpath and trail for horses existed here.


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Restrooms, showers, play area


6443 Mountain Rd
Stowe, VT
(802) 253-4014

Townshend, VT: Townshend Campground

A visit to Townshend State Park, located at the foot of Bald Mountain on a bend of the West River, feels like a step back in time.


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Restrooms, showers


Townshend, VT
(802) 365-7500

Vergennes, VT: Button Bay Campground

The campground is a generally open and grassy area overlooking Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains to the west.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, boat rentals, swimming pool


5 Button Bay State Park Rd
Vergennes, VT
(802) 475-2377

Waterbury, VT: Little River Campground

Enjoy swimming beaches, play areas, boat rentals and a launch, and miles of hiking and mountain bike trails in the adjacent Mt. Mansfield State Forest. Self-guided history and nature trails are located close to the camping area.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, boat rentals


3444 Little River Rd
Waterbury, VT
(802) 244-7103

Westfield, VT: Barrewood Campground

Located just 4 miles north of Lowell and 7 miles from Jay Peak. Family owned and operated for 3 generations.


Site Information
38 sites. Partial sites. 30/AMP service.
Can accommodate various size RVs


Amenities/Facilities
Picnic tables, laundry, showers, 2 comfort stations, rec building, fire ring, and vending machines.


Rates: $34-$36

Wilmington, VT: Molly Stark Campground

The park is located along the Molly Stark Trail Scenic Byway (State Route 9), the main east-west route in Southern Vermont that connects Brattleboro, Wilmington and Bennington.


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Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games


705 Rte 9 East
Wilmington, VT
(802) 464-5460

Woodford, VT: Woodford Campground

Woodford borders the George Aiken Wilderness Area, which is in the Green Mountain National Forest. There are several lakes and ponds in the surrounding area.


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Full hookups. Partial sites. 30/50 AMP. Picnic table.


Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, play area, outdoor games, boat rentals


142 State Park Rd
Woodford, VT
(802) 447-7169

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