You're surrounded by beauty here, but you may also be surrounded with neighbors. The sites offer little privacy even though they're spaced well. The lean-to's are a great amenity but I expected more mature landscaping to offer privacy. Still, we did one of the little hikes and ended at a viewpoint. My kind of place for a day trip more-so than a camping trip but if you don't mind the openness in a small campground then there's not really another downside. In addition, Brattleboro is nearby. Enjoy nature and the views and don't forget the bug spray!
Sites are large and well maintained. Plenty of space between sites. It is a state park so there are not many services, but there is a great hike to a swimming hole and it is very close to Brattleboro, VT. I will be back!
Conviently located off 91, this accessible campground is a nice place. Sites and lean-to's are well maintained and facilitates are clean. However trees have been cleared a bit so there is not as much privacy between sites (at least the part we stayed in). Our lean-to was very clean and we explored a little bit of the grounds and found some pretty a cool geologically interesting spot that's worth exploring if you're going to stay here. For us this is a nice place to pass through or bring the family for a weekend but not what I would call a vacation spot.
Fort Dummer is nice little site very close to downtown Brattleboro. If you have ever visited the cool little boho downtown definitely check it out. Fill up on your favorite IPA and fresh food at the Co-op and you are 5 min from the campground. The sites are spaced out very well, we were at #22 which is set back from the road loop. You want to look at that area as the campground is near the highway. In this area you can't hear the traffic. Sites are spacious with fire rings and picnic tables. Bathrooms and showers a short walk. Two different hiking trails are in the park with plenty a drive away.