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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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The campground is down a 3 mile road with nothing but woods. It sets a peaceful tone. The sides here are spaced out and some are very secluded. We stayed at a more open site (A1) with a road on both sides, but it wasn’t a problem due to it only being campground traffic. Our site was large enough…
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Such a nice well cared for campground. 39 sites with a combination of RV full hookup to primitive tent sites. Beautiful setting on a small babbling river and plenty of trees for shade. A camp store has almost anything you could need. The owners could not be more friendly and helpful. There is a…
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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90% of the campers are RVs here. They have sites along the river and a more wooden tent area as well. We stayed at the wooded tent area. I wish camp security would patrol more often as some campers would play excessively loud music throughout the weekend.
The river sites are pretty close together…
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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…
Most amazing spot I’ve ever camped and not too many people. Used the tent sides a quick hill walk down from the parking lot. River great for splashing around and nearby path to Lincoln Woods trail.
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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 :-)
We got there late around midnight and the staff were helpful and let us in. Beautiful place.
I was excited to hear that the AMC Huts are going open for the 2021 season (with COVID mitigation policies in place). This is one of the easier huts to get to and is absolutely family friendly and a great introduction for anyone to the world of backpacking. The best part being that you can take…
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Great wooded sites. Camp here several times every summer to mountain bike killington bike park. Only few minutes to the mountain!
hiked down a trail and found the most relaxing spot right by the river!
I’ve been visiting Ricker Pond for nearly 20 years (except for the years that I don’t book enough in advance and aren’t able to secure a spot for my desired length of stay). My favorite lean to site is directly on the water, private, and fills up fast. My favorite cabin site, is set back from the…
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accessible, well priced camping, close to downtown and waterfront. Minimal sites on the actual lake, but the lake is extremely close and visible from sites.