Best Camping near Roxbury, VT

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Best Camping Sites Near Roxbury, VT (186)

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    1.

    Little River State Park Campground

    23 Reviews
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    290 Saves
    Waterbury Center, Vermont

    Little River State Park, which is part of Mt. Mansfield State Forest, is home to central Vermont's largest and most popular campground. The campground has 81 tent/RV sites, 20 lean-tos, and five cabins. Restrooms have flush toilets and hot and cold running water, and three of the four restrooms have coin-operated hot showers. A sanitary dump station is available, but there are no hookups. Within the campground, there are swimming beaches, play areas, a boat launch, ball fields, and boat rentals for campers (for day use boat rentals and swimming, see Waterbury Center, State Park). Adjacent to the park are miles of hiking trails for campers and day use visitors that take in the rich cultural and natural history of the area.

    Remote camping: The remote campsites can be reserved online or through the Reservation Call Center at 1-888-409-7579 starting May 19. Those not reserved are first come/first served. Information about open campsites may be found at each access area. Simply find a vacant designated campsite, pitch in and the park ranger will come by to get you registered. Campsites may be used by any single party for up to 7 days with no fees. Every remote campsite has a maximum occupancy of 6 people, unless otherwise posted. There are privies at these sites, but there is no potable water. View remote camping page here.

    Today, Little River State Park is one of the most popular parks in central Vermont. Waterbury Reservoir is particularly favored for boating with a portion of the reservoir devoted to quieter uses. Angling for bass and trout is as popular here as water-skiing.>

    Enjoy swimming beaches, play areas, boat rentals and a launch, and miles of hiking and mountain bike trails in the adjacent Mt. Mansfield State Forest. Self-guided history and nature trails are located close to the camping area.

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    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs

    $19 - $28 / night

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    Moosalamoo Campground

    15 Reviews
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    148 Saves
    Salisbury, Vermont

    Overview

    Moosalamoo Campground is a small remote campground located at the base of Mt. Moosalamoo, near Voter Brook. A large mowed grass field in the middle of the campground is good for a variety of activities, especially for groups with children. There are 19 campsites (including one host site), six vault toilets and potable water is available on site via a hand-pump.

    Recreation

    The Moosalamoo National Recreation Area consists of 16,000 acres abounding with recreation opportunities. With over 70 miles of well-maintained trails, mountain vistas, waterfalls, lakes and streams, it offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, swimming, fishing, hunting and more. Two hiking trails (Mt. Moosalamoo and Voter Brook) are connected to the campground loop and less than a mile down the road is Voter Brook Overlook, featuring a picnic area and an accessible path leading to a western vista.

    Facilities

    The Moosalamoo National Recreation Area consists of 16,000 acres abounding with recreation opportunities. With over 70 miles of well-maintained trails, mountain vistas, waterfalls, lakes and streams, it offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, swimming, fishing, hunting and more. Two hiking trails (Mt. Moosalamoo and Voter Brook) are connected to the campground loop and less than a mile down the road is Voter Brook Overlook, featuring a picnic area and an accessible path leading to a western vista.

    Natural Features

    Moosalamoo Campground is set in a pleasant stand of sugar maple, American beech, yellow birch and many other hardwoods. Its assortment of trees and ample ferns and wildflowers add to its beauty and provide shade and privacy to the campsites.

    Nearby Attractions

    The nearest available shopping is in Ripton, located four miles from the campground. More extensive shopping and dining can be found in Middlebury or Brandon, both located 12 miles from the campground.

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    • Standard (Tent/RV)

    $15 / night

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    Smugglers Notch State Park Campground

    22 Reviews
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    243 Saves
    Stowe, Vermont

    This popular state park, located in Vermont, is a narrow passage that leads through the Green Mountains. In 2003, the park was relocated to allow room for expansions, including an updated campground and sites featuring alternative energy. Despite this, great care was taken to relocate and restore the original structures that were built there by the Civilian Conservation Corps. The site originally housed the many young men looking for work during the Depression era, so it was important for their work to be preserved as much as possible.

    Visitors report satisfaction with the new renovations, as the new campground has sites that allow for much more room than before, and ample thought was given to the facilities operating on alternative energy. Campers can now enjoy hot showers, firewood and ice for sale, as well as a new location that provides easy access to Bingham Falls.

    Before planning a stay at the park, travelers should be aware that most sites in the park are first come first serve, and not easily accessible by vehicle. Because of the limited space and narrow geography, there are only a small number of sites that can accommodate a trailer or RV. Animal lovers are welcome to bring their furry pals for a visit to the park as well.

    Day use of the park consists of a variety of recreation and fun. There's a wetlands boardwalk near what's called the Barnes Camp Visitor Center. Bouldering and cave exploring commonly take place here as well, and when the weather allows it, some try their hand at ice climbing. Day use of the park comes with an entrance fee of $4 for adults, $2 for kids 12 and younger, and children ages 0-3 enter the park free of charge.

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    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs

    $20 / night

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    Ricker Pond State Park Campground

    14 Reviews
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    151 Saves
    Groton, Vermont

    Welcome to Ricker Pond State Park Campground, a gem nestled in the serene landscape of Vermont. This place is a slice of heaven for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle. The campground operates from Memorial Day weekend to Columbus Day weekend, offering a perfect seasonal retreat.

    Ricker Pond is a peaceful spot with a variety of accommodations, including tent sites, RV spots, cabins, and even glamping options. The lean-tos are particularly popular, especially when the weather turns rough. One camper mentioned how invaluable the lean-to was during a thunderstorm, keeping them dry and comfortable.

    The facilities here are top-notch. You’ll find clean toilets, showers that run on quarters, and drinking water that’s as fresh as it gets. Firewood is available for purchase, and yes, you can enjoy a good campfire. Pets are welcome too, so feel free to bring your furry friends along.

    One of the standout features is the lack of cell service. It’s a blessing in disguise, allowing you to truly disconnect and soak in the tranquility. The campground is quiet, and fellow campers are respectful, making it an ideal spot for some much-needed R&R.

    For activities, you can’t beat the paddling and swimming right on site. The pond is perfect for a morning paddle, and there are boats available for rent if you didn’t bring your own. There’s also a lovely bike/rail trail that runs through the park, offering a scenic route for cyclists.

    Located near the town of Groton, you’re not too far from essentials. The local gas station and grocery store have all the basics, including marshmallows and beer. If you need to connect to the outside world, the library in Groton offers free Wi-Fi.

    So, pack your bags, leave your worries behind, and come enjoy the natural beauty and peaceful atmosphere of Ricker Pond State Park Campground. You won’t regret it.

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    • Reservable
    • ADA Access
    • RVs
    • Tents

    $19 - $110 / night

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    Gifford Woods State Park Campground

    16 Reviews
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    193 Saves
    Killington, Vermont

    Gifford Woods State Park Campground, nestled near Killington, VT, is a gem for anyone looking to immerse themselves in nature. Open from May 19 to October 16, this spot offers a variety of accommodations including tent sites, RV spots, cabins, and even glamping options.

    One of the standout features here is the abundance of hiking trails, including the Appalachian Trail that runs right through the park. If you're into hiking, you'll find no shortage of trails to explore. The park is also pet-friendly, so feel free to bring your furry friends along for the adventure.

    Visitors have praised the campground for its cleanliness and well-maintained facilities. The bathrooms and showers are frequently cleaned, and there's a sanitary dump station available. If you need to stay connected, the cell service is pretty solid, which is a nice bonus for those who might need to work while camping.

    For those who enjoy a good campfire, firewood is available for purchase, and fires are allowed. The sites are generally spacious and offer a decent amount of privacy, though some are closer together than others. If you're looking for a bit more seclusion, try to snag a spot in the upper loop.

    Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the peaceful pond across the street, perfect for a quiet day of casting lines. And if you're into mountain biking, Killington Bike Park is just a few minutes away.

    Overall, Gifford Woods State Park Campground is a fantastic spot for a getaway, whether you're looking to hike, fish, or just relax in a beautiful setting.

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    • Reservable
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    Branbury State Park Campground

    9 Reviews
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    136 Saves
    Salisbury, Vermont

    The park is divided by Route 53. 19 tent/RV sites and 7 lean-to sites are on one side of the highway in a heavily wooded area, and 17 tent/RV sites are located along the perimeter of a grassy open area near the beach. There are restrooms with flush toilets, hot and cold running water and coin-operated hot showers. There is also a concession stand selling snacks, drinks and beach toys.

    Nearby hiking trails to scenic vistas, waterfalls, caves, mountain lakes and streams provide outstanding hiking opportunites. Mountain biking trails are also nearby. There is fishing and boating on Lake Dunmore (canoe, kayak, rowboat, and pedal boat rentals are available at the park).

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    • Equestrian
    • Standard (Tent/RV)
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    North Beach Campground

    26 Reviews
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    178 Saves
    Burlington, Vermont

    North Beach Campground, nestled near Burlington, VT, is a solid spot for those looking to enjoy the great outdoors with some modern conveniences. This place is a gem if you want to be close to Lake Champlain and all the activities it offers. The campground runs from May 1 to October 15, giving you a good chunk of the year to plan your visit.

    One of the standout features here is the proximity to the Burlington bike path, which is perfect for a scenic ride or walk along the lakefront. The beach is just a short stroll away, offering beautiful views of the Adirondacks across the water. If you're into biking, there's even a bike ferry that lets you continue your ride across the lake.

    The campground itself has a mix of tent and RV sites, with some spots offering electric and water hookups. Sites 90 to 108 are particularly nice, spaced out under the trees, while sites 113 to 119 are a bit more cramped. If you're bringing a big rig, no worries—this place is big-rig friendly.

    Amenities include showers, toilets, and a sanitary dump, making it a comfortable stay. Pets are welcome, so feel free to bring your furry friends along. There's also a market on-site for any last-minute supplies you might need.

    Some visitors have mentioned that the campground can get lively, so if you're looking for a quiet, secluded spot, this might not be it. But if you want to be close to Burlington and enjoy easy access to the lake and bike paths, North Beach Campground is a fantastic choice.

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    • Electric Hookups
    • Phone Service
    • Reservable
    • ADA Access

    $37 - $100 / night

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    Quechee State Park Campground

    21 Reviews
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    120 Saves
    Quechee, Vermont

    Welcome to Quechee State Park Campground, nestled near Hartford, VT. This spot is a gem for anyone looking to enjoy the great outdoors with some solid amenities. The campground operates from May 19 to October 16, giving you a good chunk of the year to plan your visit.

    One of the standout features here is the cleanliness. Visitors consistently rave about the immaculate bathrooms and coin-operated showers. You get five minutes of hot water for just 50 cents, which is a steal. Firewood and ice are available for purchase, so you won't have to venture far for the essentials.

    The campsites themselves are spacious and well-maintained, accommodating everything from tents to big rigs. If you're into hiking, there's a trail right by site 37 that leads you down to the stunning Quechee Gorge and the visitor center. It's a bit steep, but totally worth the effort.

    For those who prefer a bit more comfort, the campground offers lean-tos and even some cabins. The lean-tos are a great option if you're worried about rain or just want a bit more structure. And speaking of rain, one camper mentioned that even a downpour couldn't dampen their spirits here.

    The location is also a big plus. You're just a short drive from Woodstock and Killington Resort, where you can enjoy activities like mountain biking and zip-lining. If you're hungry, the snack bar on-site comes highly recommended, and there are plenty of dining options in nearby White River Junction.

    Overall, Quechee State Park Campground offers a fantastic mix of natural beauty, convenience, and comfort. Whether you're here for a weekend or a week, you're bound to have a memorable stay.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What camping is available near Roxbury, VT?

According to TheDyrt.com, Roxbury, VT offers a wide range of camping options, with 186 campgrounds and RV parks near Roxbury, VT and 15 free dispersed camping spots.

Which is the most popular campground near Roxbury, VT?

According to TheDyrt.com, the most popular campground near Roxbury, VT is Little River State Park Campground with a 4.7-star rating from 23 reviews.

Where can I find free dispersed camping near Roxbury, VT?

According to TheDyrt.com, there are 15 free dispersed camping spots near Roxbury, VT.

What parks are near Roxbury, VT?

According to TheDyrt.com, there are 12 parks near Roxbury, VT that allow camping, notably Green Mountain National Forest and Union Village Dam.