Right on Lake Champlain with clean, beautiful sites. Lots of awesome lake activities.
This is the first place I experienced a camp site like this. I really liked the open shed structures for tent set up or for sleeping bags. Would love to go back!
We biked to this park from Burlington via the Island Line Trail. It was a super trip. The lakeside lean-to was awesome.
They have so many activuties on site and nearby
The campsites were mostly private and were a good size. The park was pretty empty during the week but got more populated on the weekend. They rent kayaks and canoes.
we camped here and loved it so much we convinced our family to camp here the following summer! we will absolutely be back again! we love it’s location! it’s secluded, gorgeous, close to great biking, and close to burlington! we definitely recommend it!
beautiful private big woodsy leanto site.
Very nice people
Very rocky beach with little to no sand to play in
a bit of a walk to the water
overall we considered coming back because it was a great stay. Very peaceful and laid back but without a beach for the kids to play when it got hot it was enough for us to look elsewhere.
My first night there the staff was able to accomadate my request to stay one night on the lake front and the next day I had to move to another site farther back. The campground felt very safe and everyone was very friendly to me and my dog. They had a playground with lots of children running around too.
We had a great time here on a school field trip. The beach is nice even though rocky, the lean to sites are a great way to help keep things dry, and there were great accessible all-gender bathrooms.
Beautifully set on Lake Champlain in Vermont! This is a relatively large campground but is well laid out and doesn't feel small even when it's packed to the gills. We spent a long weekend here to enjoy some mid-summer bike riding along the many bike-paths Vermont has to offer.
The facilities are well maintained and clean. There are several camp hosts on the property and they are attentive to the needs of all the guests coming and going. There is a small welcome kiosk with a few picnic tables behind it where you can get wifi access if needed.
You can bike directly from here all the way to Burlington,without ever getting back in your car! Take the bike ferry across a small section of Lake Champlain and keep on riding.
While we were here there was even a little band playing some music one evening! We actually stayed in an ADA site (it was the only one left). It was REALLY nice. Gravel drive all the way in to a nicely built 3 walled platform with a roof. We were able to set up a tarp just off the edge to cover the picnic table as it rained for part of our stay. The site drained well and was plenty big enough for our tent and needs.