Stay at a Vermont Campground

The natural, forested landscape of Vermont makes for plenty of camping locations. Many campgrounds open through out May and close in October. Vermont welcomes you whether it is your first time camping or if you are a return visitor.

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Starry skies, green mountains, and crackling fires are what makes camping in Vermont extra special. Stockphoto

 

Camp Plymouth

2008 Scout Camp Rd. Ludlow, VT 05149

802-228-2025

Camping takes place near Buffalo Brook where are lean-tos, pit toilets, a large field for activities. Swimming, a playground and a sandy beach are all in walking distance. Hike a nearby trail to discover the old gold mine.

 

Caton Place Campground

2419 East Rd. Cavendish, VT 05142

802-226-7767

Nestled at the foothills of the Green Mountains, this campground has open fields and a whit pine grove. All classic campground activities are available for entertainment: horseshoes, volleyball, shuffleboard, badminton and more.

 

Coolidge State Park

855 Coolidge State Park Rd. Plymouth, VT 05056

802-672-3612

Out of all the Vermont state parks, Coolidge is the only one with an entire loop of lean-to campsites. Surrounded by forest, a fewof the sites have stunning views of the Black River valley and the Green Mountains.

 

Crown Point Camping Area

131 Bishop Camp Rd. Perkinsville, VT 05151

802-263-5555

Camping at Crown Point is where one goes for full quiet style camping. Enjoy sun and shade on a pine plantation above the shores of Stoughton Pond.

 

Getaway Mountain Campground

3628 Rte 5 PO Box 372, Tre. 5 South. Ascutney, VT 05030

802-674-2812

59 acres of beautiful scenery to camp on with hiking and fishing nearby.  There are special fun activities throughout the season. Pets are welcome.

 

Horsehoe Acres Campground

1978 Weston-Andover Rd. Andover, VT 05143

802-875-2960

Wide open spaces along with tucked away camping sites are available. Fun for the whole family. Pets are welcome.

 

Iroquois Land Family Camping

2334 E. Clarendon Rd. N. Clarendon , VT

802-773-2832

A quiet camp ground only five minutes from Rutland has panoramic views of the Green Mountains. Tent and trailer sites available throughout the spring, summer and fall.

 

Mt. Ascutney

5 Mt. Ascutney State Park Rd. 1826 Back Mountain Rd. Windsor, VT 05089

On 2000 wooded acres there is plenty of room for either tent or trailer or stay in a lean-to.  Hiking to the summit of Mt. Ascutney can be intense.

 

Running Bear Campground

6248 Route 5. Ascutney, VT 05030

802-674-6417

A four-season campground right in the heart of the twin states. There are plenty of family activities for spring, summer, fall and winter.

 

Tree Farm Campground

53 Skitchewaug Trail. Springfield, VT 05156

802-885-2889

Explore all the historic villages and beautiful vistas of Vermont during your stay at Tree Farm. Biking and hiking trails await. Campsites are maintained with loving care

 

Wilgus

3985 Rte. 5. Weathersfield, VT 05030

802-674-5422

On a river trip and looking for a stop over campground? Visit Wilgus, the only Vermont developed park on the Connecticut River. Many of the sites overlook the river; bass fishing is excellent!

 

Enjoy a safe, relaxing, and fun camping experience while in Vermont. For a full list of camping resources.

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