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The 20 best camping spots in Vermont.

Snow covered or blazing red, the Green Mountains of Vermont will welcome you any time of year.

Onion River Campground
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1. Onion River Campground

100% Recommend (6 Campers)

Somewhere under the rainbow, there's a place where everyone is welcome, where souls grow, and where the water always flows downstream except when...

Bryan
Bryan: Beautiful spots next to the water and ample grounds to explore. Enjoy the apple orchard, hike up to the tree lined rail bed,...
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Meadow Camping
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2. Meadow Camping

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Located in rural Dorchester, NH, our four season camping consists of beautiful meadow space, and 5 tent platforms. Camping is not site specific,...

Myles
Myles: I came up to D Acres with a few friends for a relaxing weekend away from the city. Being only a few hours from Boston, the...
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The only way to experience Vermont is to head outdoors, and it doesn't take long to discover that these forested hills, streams, lakes and trails are the lifeblood of the Green Mountain state. Backpackers and day hikers alike can enjoy the sprawling Green Mountain National Forest, where a multitude of campgrounds provide options for tent camping, RVs, cabin rentals, and Read more...
The only way to experience Vermont is to head outdoors, and it doesn't take long to discover that these forested hills, streams, lakes and trails are the lifeblood of the Green Mountain state. Backpackers and day hikers alike can enjoy the sprawling Green Mountain National Forest, where a multitude of campgrounds provide options for tent camping, RVs, cabin rentals, and lakeside lodging. Whether you hunker down in the deep, green woods, or set up camp in an open, hillside meadow, it's never a long hike to the top of the closest mountain, where the view of the rolling hills often extends all the way out into neighboring New Hampshire or Massachusetts. Vermont's rural character makes for superb camping right outside the city; book a site at the popular Little River Campground for scenic lake views and close proximity to the famous Ben & Jerry's factory. Vermont may be the only state in New England with no ocean shore, but a journey up toward the Canadian border brings plenty of island vibes. Stay at Grand Isle State Park or Burton Island for boating, swimming and shoreline hiking. You'll feel like a true Vermonter in no time.
Onion River RV Campground
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3. Onion River RV Campground

Somewhere under the rainbow, there's a place where everyone is welcome, where souls grow, and where the water always flows downstream except when...

Bryan
Bryan: Nice, grass covered sites with full hook ups are just a few steps from the river. The bathhouse is close (but not too close ;-)...
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Smugglers' Notch Campground

4. Smugglers' Notch Campground

100% Recommend (3 Campers)

Sitting pretty in a narrow passageway pressing through Vermont’s famed Green Mountains is Smuggler’s Notch State Park and Campground. Lined with...

Laura
Laura: Gorgeous little campground! It's very clean and well kept. Great hiking and bouldering close by. Ice and firewood available...
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Vermont's famous Ben & Jerry's ice cream donates its waste to local farmers who feed the leftover ice cream to their hogs.
Morning Sunrise Tent Site
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5. Morning Sunrise Tent Site

Morning Sunrise Tent Site is our group tent camping area. It will hold as many as 20 small tents for groups such as those coming by bicycle or...

Gordon
Gordon: Jinny's tent site campground is really great, super peaceful, quiet and beautiful. Each tent site is very private, she has two...
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The Refuge at Knoll Farm
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6. The Refuge at Knoll Farm

The Refuge at Knoll Farm is a beautiful, inspiring retreat center located in the Green Mountains of Vermont, in the Mad River Valley. The peaceful...

Vermont has the most cows per capita of any state.
CabinSense
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7. CabinSense

CabinSense is a primitive oasis surrounded by nature. Simple, rugged and rustic, it stands in stark contrast to modern-day amenities. No grid. No...

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First Branch Campground
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8. First Branch Campground

This campground features stunning, panoramic views of the First Branch of the White River in the verdant hills of central Vermont. Free Verse Farm...

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The word "vermont" comes from the French "vert," meaning green, and "mont," meaning mountain.
Tigertown Mountain South Exposure
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9. Tigertown Mountain South Exposure

South exposure, 1350+ feet elevation, dry oak savannah, nice vistas, Surrounded by thousands of wild acres. Views of Green Mountains including...

Wildflower Tent Site
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10. Wildflower Tent Site

Wildflower tent site is in an open area privately situated and near our Wash Houses. IT is about 200 feet from the patking area.

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Vermont contains more covered bridges than any other state. Perfect for a photo op or exploring on a rainy day.
Plum Corner Tent Site
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11. Plum Corner Tent Site

Plum Corner Tent Site is tucked away by lovely trees next to the farm orchard. Campers can look up into the tops of an ancient yellow birch and...

Jessica
Jessica: We couldn't ask for more from our stay at this campsite. It's tucked away in a corner of the farm, more private than many of...
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Hidden Meadow Tent Site
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12. Hidden Meadow Tent Site

Hidden Meadow tent site is accessed by it's own bridge across a stream. Campers are alone in a small meadow with picnic table, fire pit and a tent...

Myles
Myles: This campsite is a awesome. Sunrise through upon the meadow and your campsite and just enough openness for a good breeze in the...
35 Saves
Elmore Campground

13. Elmore Campground

A classy, amenity-packed destination on the shores of Lake Elmore, Elmore State Park Campground is all simple elegance and style. With a small...

Green River Reservoir Campground

14. Green River Reservoir Campground

You know you’re in for a remote experience at Green River Reservoir State Park when you have to paddle 1-2 miles to reach your campsite. Wild and...

Tara
Tara: Primitive paddle-in campsites. We stayed in #12, which was not a great site, but the reservoir is amazing. We saw a moose.
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Spruce Peak Trail

15. Spruce Peak Trail

Located atop of the Appalachian Mountains, Spruce Peak Trail is geared toward the well-seasoned hiker and like-skilled mountain biker. While this...

Brennan
Brennan: Beautiful top of the mountain views to the north every morning. Ground is rough but there is enough space for between 5 and 10...
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Maidstone Campground

16. Maidstone Campground

The centerpiece of Maidstone State Park is its namesake lake, and each of two camping areas here puts visitors mere steps from the water. Some of...

Little River Campground

17. Little River Campground

Get the Oscar ready. Little River State Park is central Vermont's largest and most popular campground. The campground rests adjacent to Waterbury...

Tara
Tara: Great campground for kids - quite busy all summer long.
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New Discovery Campground

18. New Discovery Campground

They don’t call it New Discovery State Park for nothing. Around every nook you’ll find something to explore, and the camping options are no...

Kettle Pond Campground

19. Kettle Pond Campground

Known for its beautiful moss-covered boulders and the blueberry bushes that sprinkle the shoreline, Kettle Pond State Park is an undeveloped...

Kierstin
Kierstin: Great spot! Inflatable paddleboard was perfect for hauling heavier gear to the remote sites and cruising around the pond at...
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Big Deer Campground

20. Big Deer Campground

You’ll have big fun at Big Deer Campground. Situated in a swath of the picturesque Groton State Forest, the campground offers plenty of tent and...