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Beautiful ridgetop campground with large wooded sites and lots of room between sites. Showers were hot but minimal pressure. No hot water at the sinks. No utility sinks. Very nice small lake with a swimming beach. Everything was well maintained with friendly staff. No bugs in September.
Good location for Stowe, pleasant campground with clean showers, laundry, sites on the grass. No frills but fine.
First time in over 25 yrs I've been camping. Great experience!
Sites 1, 6 and 8 and the best if you're only camping with those at your site as they're the most secluded and private. Sites 2 and 3 are more open, to both each other, and to those en route to the bathrooms.
Bathrooms were very clean. Coin-op shower with hot water is 50 cents for 5 minutes, 75…
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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.
Nice campground all big private sites. Unfortunately our one night stay it was pouring rain. We will be back.
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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This is definitely a no frills campground, but it was a good stay for our 4 nights.
Easy to access sites, pull through sites (as long as it’s not been pouring rain)
Buddy sites mean your neighbors waste isn’t in your camp
Good Verizon and T-Mobile service
- No WIFI!…
Overall, the park is OK regarding the physical attributes, minus the larger rig issue discussed below. Shower house was clean, sites are relatively spacious and you aren't too close to your neighbor, but the sewer lines were a bit close to you and your picnic table in the loop. The campground is…
We just finished six nights at Emerald Lake State Park. Camping at Vermont State parks is always top notch. We had a lean-to site and good privacy from the sites around us. There was plenty of room for our tent and screen tent. Everyone was respectful and quiet, even on the weekend when it was…
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…
Love the park. Easy access to Quechee gorge. Nice staff. Sites are spaced out with plenty of privacy. Immaculate restrooms/showers. Relatively quiet on the weekend.
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.
I am a grandma in my seventies and took seven kids and my daughter to kampersville. There was definitely something for everyone.Teens hung out, boys used those RC (?) cars to run on dirt roads. Little kids rode bikes . I noticed lots of other grandparents with kids. Many seasonal campers.…
Loved our time here! We had a site right on the river and the view was amazing. The sites are pretty well spaced apart and well kept. The bathrooms were decently clean and the showers did not need quarters (which was a huge plus). Will definitely be coming here again