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I will start with the ONLY drawback, and it is dramatic at best. For like 30 minutes a day at around 5pm (I was there Thursday to Monday) you would hear (pistol) gun fire. Its most annoying the first day, then you get over it.
This is absolutely the best kept and cleanest campground…
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Although we live only about 25 miles from this VT State Park, and have biked by here many times, we've never camped here. We selected it because it was nearby for our second outing with our new (used) R-Pod camper. Turns out it's a wonderful park. Perfect Lake Champlain views from a few prime…
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Nice little state park. The waterfront sites are great, but you can be very close to your neighbors. The last site 15 is also right next to a very busy boat launch. While the sites are nice, overall maintenance of the facilities was less than ideal. The beach has weeds, the bathrooms were not…
This campground while a little on the pricy side has phenomenal spots! They are big and private! I will definitely be coming back!
This campground is awesome! There plenty of spaces with HUGE sites. There is a beach, fishing dock, pavilion and plenty to do in the area. This is dispersed camping but every site has water nearby. The water is difficult to get as you can’t connect a regular hose. Luckily a neighbor helped us out.…
I didn't get the chance to camp here, it was full when I drove through looking for a place. So I came back later in the weekend for pictures. Great location, easy access, on a nice brook. Fire ring only, no facilities and minimal parking.
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My family and I have stayed at a KOA in Mystic, CT multiple times as a last resort. The service was terrible, grounds were terrible, and the amount of noise day and night were brutal. Naturally we had a bad taste in our mouth when a spot became available at Quechee KOA for memorial day weekend but…
Okay so. My friend and I were desperately looking for a place to spend the weekend, and with Covid making it a little more difficult to rely on walking in and finding a campsite, we made a blind reservation for site 8 on Grout pond. Here's what we wish we knew before hand:
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A lot of amenities bathrooms and showers well taking care of. Only problem is it cost $20 a person to come visit.
This place was really nice, river site was 5 ft from the camper. The owners are very friendly. I would 100 percent stay here again.
Not a campground.
Great for campers or tent. Farm experience, friendly owner.I brought my tag camper and was able to get it hooked up to the shore power and got to spend some time up in the woods and it was really easy to find. Scott was a great host I even got to feed the alpaca :-)
Enjoyed this campground! Nice well maintained sites. Stayed in Ironwood lean- to. Site was private with fire ring, picnic table and spacious lean -to. Went in early May and the river was running high. Loved the walking trail along the river...great for biking. Quick walk to town and small general…
Great wooded sites. Camp here several times every summer to mountain bike killington bike park. Only few minutes to the mountain!
I have yet to stay here, but I have explored and walked the camp and ate lunch at the beach.
What I saw was nice, it is a rustic campground with NFS rangers checking in once in a while. The sites are well dispersed and private.
I'm excited to camp here next season.