About United State Forest Service Silver Lake Campground
Silver Lake Campground is a small, primitive campground located on Silver Lake. Silver Lake is only accessible by hiking 0.6 miles down the Goshen Trail or on the Service Road. There are 15 campsites irregularly spaced along a wooded road. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring with a grill. Please note: drinking water access is currently closed to protect public health. There is no garbage service available, please carry out what you carry in. Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, a snowmobiling opportunities are all avaialble in the Silver Lake Area Trails. Additional Resources Silver Lake Campground Brochure and Map ACTIVITIES Biking Camping: Campground Camping Hiking: Multiple Trails Horseback Riding Picnicking
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United State Forest Service Silver Lake Campground is located in Vermont
From Middlebury , travel south on Route 7 to the Junction of Route 125.Travel east on Route 125 for 6.8 miles, and turn right onto Forest Road 32. Follow FR 32 for 6.8 miles, and turn right onto Silver Lake Road. Follow Silver Lake Road 2.2 miles to the parking lot at the end. From Rochester , travel south on Route 100 to the junction of Route 73. Travel west on Route 73 for 10.3 miles. Turn right on Hathaway Road, and follow it for 1.3 miles. Turn right onto Flora White Road, and follow it for 1.4 miles to a stop sign. Go straight through onto Silver Lake Road. Follow Silver Lake Road 2.2 miles to the parking lot at the end.
7 Reviews of United State Forest Service Silver Lake Campground
This is one of our favorite places to camp in Vermont. The sites are fairly private without being built too close together. Lake is clean and has a great concrete dock that the kids love to jump off. They have boat rentals and nature tours on the lake led by the state park faculty. When the kids get tired from swimming they're a nice beach area and playground.
Lake at the top is very nice for swimming and cooling off. Quite a few places to set up a tent too, as well as a picnic area with little grills.
Lovely place, free camping, fire pits at the campsite, and access to the water. We camped in the off season, but in the on season there are pit toilets and campground stewards.
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Wow, what a beautiful area! We all dipped!