RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Champlain Resort Adult Campground

Here, 1600 feet of lakeshore opens to outstanding sunset views, as well as access for boating, fishing, scuba diving, and swimming. There are twenty-six acres of cedars, and orchards provide spacious campsites with ample shade and privacy.

This campground caters to retired people, couples without children, and all who care about and respect the environment.

Open May 15 through October 5. Pets Welcome

Spacious private sites can accommodate trailers up to 34 feet in length. Shaded, open, and waterfront tent sites are available, along with one lakefront site featuring a lean-to with a small deck.

Each site comes with a fireplace and picnic table. Modern bathrooms, with flush toilets and showers, as well as a laundry room, are centrally located, and easily accessible from all sites.

Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Water Hookups
Champlain Resort Adult Campground is located in Vermont
44.694 N
-73.3501 W
Get Directions
From Vermont and New England Take I-89 North past Burlington to Exit 17. Bear right onto Route 2 West. Follow Route 2 into the Champlain Islands. Turn left onto Route 314 and follow until you reach the blinking yellow light at the Grand Isle Ferry Landing. Stay on Route 314 for another 0.4 mile, then turn left onto Champlain Landing. Follow the signs in the campground to the front office. From New York Take I-87 to Exit 39, and follow the signs for the Cumberland Head Ferry to Vermont. Board the ferry, and exit on the Vermont side. Coming out of the Ferry Landing, turn left onto Route 314. Stay on Route 314 for 0.4 mile, then turn left onto Champlain Landing. Follow the signs in the campground to the front office.
1 Review of Champlain Resort Adult Campground
First to Review
LOVE LOVE LOVE this campground!

If you couldn’t already tell, we absolutely loved this campground! The one owner we did meet was very pleasant and told us all about the local events within the area and where to go for groceries/dining. He then hopped onto his bike and had us follow him to our camp spot. Once there, he proceeded to direct us as we backed up into the spot. Our camp spot had an amazing view of the lake which we didn’t ask for specifically which made it even better. While the campground itself doesn’t have a lot to do, we managed to find little things here and there to keep us busy. There’s a fish hatchery nearby, the ferry to NY, Seb’s snack shack, the farmers market and a winery/vineyard. The campground also has private access to the water so we spent a lot of time down at the beach with our dog. If you’re looking for a quiet, relaxing campground filled with friendly people, I cannot recommend this place enough! I would just suggest wearing shoes into the water as the rocks are very slippery on bare feet!