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Amazing park on Lake Champlain Boat launch , kayaking , beach for swimming Have cabins, leantos, and 112 sites Super updated-clean showers/bathrooms Some premium sites for more privacy (highlighted on web map)
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…
This is one of the most beautiful and peaceful park I have stayed in. The facilities were clean and the shower was nice and hot. The staff are helpful and friendly. Since the park is on a island in Lake Champlain in Vermont there is water all around. Good places to walk and ride.
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.
Great tent / RV / cabin site on an island in Lake Champlain. Tent area is a large field with cabins on the rock bluffs and RV row along the road. Staff was very friendly and accommodating. Latrine and showers available at the site. Small rocky beach is available for great swimming and…
Stayed at a lean-to site here in March of 2019. Free of charge during off season, you just have to call a couple weeks ahead to reserve and make sure you park in the allotted area. Hike/snowshoe in to your site as the gate is closed and the area is not plowed. No facilities off season…Carry out all…
We enjoyed ourselves at this campground very much. The sites are spacious although in the area where we stayed the vegetation was pretty sparse between sites. The bathrooms are clean and have showers. We were able to let our dogs swim at the boat ramp which was a definite plus. We also caught some…
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We stayed last year during the fall and the views were breathtaking. Close to tons of beautiful hikes. As for the campground. It was quiet, comfortable, and kid, as well as pet friendly. Would definitely camp here again. The staff was friendly and the bathroom facilities were kept nice and clean.
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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The check in process was easy. Given a map with highlighted route to our site. Site was clean and grassy. Very little traffic. Local law enforcement drove through. The sunsets were spectacular.