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Very nice wooded sites with good space between sites. The bathhouse was average with hot showers ($0.50/5min). Sits on a reservoir with a nice swimming beach. Had several nice hikes right from the campground.
What a wonderful place to camp..you feel like you are away from it all. Nice jeep trails and hiking all around. Silver lake is amazing.
We stared at Moosalamoo August 29 through September 2 2021 and had a wonderful stay.
The camp host Plylar greeted us as we arrived and gave us complete information about the sites, amenities, bears (not so much bears) and even which pit toilets were the least stinky.
The sites are well…
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We have now stayed twice at Ricker Pond and have loved it each time. We chose a lean-to, which proved to be invaluable at our last stay, as we were hit with t-storms and torrential rains for a period. The grounds and facilities are very well kept and maintained, and the staff is helpful and…
Beautiful sites on the River but with the wet summer, we just couldn’t dry out. Make sure to lock you valuables. Our Jackery, Solar panels & toilet were stolen.
Only stayed one night. Very small, quiet place. Probably a great spot as a base camp for sightseeing. Tons of mosquitoes because of all the rain. Didn't use the facilities but they looked ok. Host was very nice. They have wifi but he forgot to tell us the password.
My family loved this campground. There’s swimming, fishing, boating, hiking and great mountain biking within the park. Sites were big and private. Some right on the water. My kids met some friends and had fun on the playground area. We also did a lot of fishing and caught a variety of fish.
My second time at this park. Nice layout. Can’t wait to try a lean to. Very quiet. Nice little swimming area except after a big storm. Easy access to boat launch.
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I was super lucky to snag a last-minute spot at this VT state park (my first one!).
There was even a fully built fire in the pit just ready to be lit when I arrived (I don't think this is normal!).
The sunset was gorgeous and it cleared up for a beautiful morning paddle around the pond.
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We arrived on a Tuesday with no reservations. We had our pick of sites and no issues staying for 2 days. There were several sites reserved starting Thursday and Friday so the weekend looked to be busier. We only had one other camper on our loop the first night and no one the second. Sites were…
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When we first heard of the North East Kingdom of Vermont, we had no idea where people were talking about, but something idyllic and natural came to mind. Ricker Pond State Park fits beautifully into this landscape. Getting here isn’t direct or easy, but the reward is worth it. Leave your mobile…
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Moosalamoo Campground is smack in the middle of the Moosalamoo National Recreation Area, in the Green Mountains of VT. 18 campsites, 8 of which are first come, first serve. Ample toilets and potable water available. There is a grassy area in the center of the campground—great for kids, gatherings,…
I only stayed for one night but it was clean and the staff were friendly. Some sites are more private than others but overall quiet, and in a beautiful spot right next to the river. It's in a great location being near the main roads but far enough away that it seems remote.
As a camper with a pop up we were put on a easy access spot all of the people who work there could not have been more helpful and Knowledgeable of things to do in the area Also they show you or spot and they have wood delivery. Great place for kids a lot of Activities
Booked 5 nights around 4th of July. Hosts were very nice and welcoming. Very calm considering the holiday weekend. Private sights with good access to facilities and bathhouse.