Off the beaten path so its peaceful. Sites are a little small but great if you're camping with a group so your close together. Plenty of sites/types to choose from. We we're fully contained so we did not need the restrooms but there were plenty of them. Pool was closed for the season since it was Columbus Day but it was a good size along with a kids playground. Trails around property gave you the ability to take walks in the woods. Cute little brook runs along the property and beautiful views just right down the road. Owners were very friendly and laid back. Will definitely go back.
Was looking for a campground near mid-Vermont/NH border and found this small gem just across the NH boarder less than 2 miles from I93 exit 13 (Fairlee) Not a lot of sites but nice small campground with nice sites, quiet and clean campground with new owners.
One nice thing about being part of the Dyrt community is discovering spots you'd never thought about exploring and this is one of those places.Jacobs brook is a small family owned campground with about 50 wooded sites. The seasonal campsites are separate from the short term campers and their sites are nicely maintained. There's a book that runs through the campground, providing a shady respite and swimming hole in a hot summer day. Only one of the sites is located along the brook (45), but there's an easy path down a hill.
In the middle of the campground near the entrance there's a swimming pool, playground, horseshoes, and basketball. There's a large fire pit with chairs surrounding it in front of the office. Nice view of the sky on a clear night.
Sites vary in size. The ones on the 50s have a sloped approach. The lower numbers offer pull-through access. Call to make your reservations and tell assign the site. Tee tent only sites tent tho fill sooner than trailer sites. Oh, and they have a couple of unique sites with boats! There is a large group site as well.
It's quiet and people are friendly. Bathrooms are clean;in 2020 their use is restricted to use by short term tent/pop-up/teardrop campers; seasonal campers and short termers with larger rigs must use their own facilities.
You're near the Vermont border and Connecticut river with boating and hiking opportunities nearby, or you could just stay put and enjoy the brook and amenities the campground has to offer.
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