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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)
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.
Very accommodating and friendly staff. Lots of fun for the whole family and tons of different types of sites!
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…
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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Wifi at campsite was inconsistent and unreliable. Had to work from rec center and pool which was ok but not what we were told.
Stayed in Balsam leanto. Really shady and the campsites are private enough. They do really enforce those quiet hours. Also the WiFi only really works near the office and is very spotty so I wouldn’t rely on it.
There are two distinct sections of this campground– the “Resort” section and the “100-Acre Woods” section. We stayed in site #73 of the 100-Acre section and would highly recommend staying in this area as opposed to the other. This section has tall shad trees and much more space between sites than…
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Love this state park and it was super quiet during the week. Rained quite a bit, but took advantage of the libraries in North Hero and Worthen on those days.
Also has a boat launch and beach area for swimming or nice sunset views.
Showers are coin-operated, but $0.50 will get you 5 minutes of…
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Sites are built wrong so it is hard to get you camper into your site correct. It is definitely catered to the equestrian part of the camping. I won’t be going back there anytime soon.
We enjoyed everything about Grand Isle and only wish it hadn't rained. Every. Day!
Oh well, our grassy site (#80) was a fine refuge for three nights in a tent. It was level, free of roots and stones and far enough/close enough to the bathroom.
Bring quarters for the showers (and pay it…
Wilmington Notch Campground is owned and operated by the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation. There are approximately 50 sites available, all on level campground and within access of Both bathrooms and shower facilities. Fire pits and picnic tables available. About a mile down the road…
We arrived late but had a reserved lot. Perfect campfire set up for cooking, wood was easily available. It was raining and cold yet showers were fine.
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We just spent a full week at the North Pole Resorts the last week of May and through the Memorial Day Weekend. We are full-time travelers with a 40' Class A motorhome, flat tow a Jeep, have 2 kids (ages 8 & 13), and 2 English Bulldogs. We loved pulling in the week before the holiday weekend…
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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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