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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: Beautiful spots next to the water and ample grounds to explore. Enjoy the apple orchard, hike up to the tree lined rail bed,...
51 Saves
Hidden Meadow Tent Site
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2. 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: This campsite is a awesome. Sunrise through upon the meadow and your campsite and just enough openness for a good breeze in the...
34 Saves
Morning Sunrise Tent Site
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3. 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: Jinny's tent site campground is really great, super peaceful, quiet and beautiful. Each tent site is very private, she has two...
9 Saves
Smugglers' Notch Campground

4. Smugglers' Notch Campground

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

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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Plum Corner Tent Site
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5. 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: 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...
8 Saves
Townshend Campground

6. Townshend Campground

Serene pools, a babbling brook, a crashing waterfall—it’s all right here at Townshend State Park. Boasting a back-to-basics campground with several...

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Button Bay Campground

7. Button Bay Campground

Button Bay got its name from button-shaped clay deposits located on its 130 mile shoreline, not just ‘cuz this park is cute as a button. Button Bay...

Tara: If you're going here: and really, you should, this is the closest and most beautiful...
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Grout Pond Recreation Area

8. Grout Pond Recreation Area

Occupying an expansive sixteen-hundred acres in the Green Mountain National Forest, Grout Pond Recreational Area is a year-round mecca for the...

Tara: Primitive camping in the Green Mountain National Forest.
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Emerald Campground

9. Emerald Campground

Plan a charming, civilized getaway at Emerald Lake State Park Campground, where the quiet waters beckon invitingly. With no motorized boating, the...

Tara: Sprawling, wooded sites offer plenty of privacy. There are trails to the beach from every loop in the campground, and the...
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Burton Island Campground

10. Burton Island Campground

There’s only one way to get to Burton Island State Park—boat, baby. Burton Island is freedom from trains, planes and automobiles which will give...

Tara: Our favorite Vermont campground. Like being on a tropical island in Vermont.
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Green River Reservoir Campground

11. 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: 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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Little River Campground

12. 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: Great campground for kids - quite busy all summer long.
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Mt. Philo Campground

13. Mt. Philo Campground

Yell it from the mountaintop at Mt. Philo State Park—the views are that majestic from the summit. Here, overlooking the Lake Champlain Valley and...

Tara: This small campground is special. It's quiet and the views are spectacular. Families with young kids are guaranteed a good...
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Quechee Campground

14. Quechee Campground

Less than one hour’s drive south of metropolitan Montpelier, Quechee Gorge State Park offers up close and personal views of Quechee Gorge itself,...

Jennifer: Clean, super friendly staff and beautiful trail right down to swim in the gorge.
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Woodford Campground

15. Woodford Campground

There’s no shortage of campsites at Woodford State Park. Comprising three huge loops, the park features plenty of tent/trailer sites and even a few...

Tara: Black flies are really bad in early June, and then the mosquitoes come in July. I suggest renting a cabin, spending lots of...
2 Saves
Silver Lake Campground

16. Silver Lake Campground

Gleaming with environmental treasures, Silver Lake Campground is a string of primitive campsites, all located on the equally enchanting lake’s...

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Gifford Woods Campground

17. Gifford Woods Campground

You’ve gotta check out these trees! Gifford Woods State Park Campground is not only popular among serious hikers, but humble sightseeing folk as...

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Bingo Campground

18. Bingo Campground

Bingo! You’ve won at. . . camping? Definitely. Bingo Campground hugs the cool mountain streams that feed-off of Green Mountain’s elevated bodies of...

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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: Great spot! Inflatable paddleboard was perfect for hauling heavier gear to the remote sites and cruising around the pond at...
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West Hill (White River Road) & Patterson Brook Roa Campground

20. West Hill (White River Road) & Patterson Brook Roa Campground

Hidden behind the vegetative backdrop of Green Mountain National Forest, West Hill (White River Road) and Patterson Brook Roads is a string of...

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Michigan Brook Road Campground

21. Michigan Brook Road Campground

Located along the picturesque Michigan Brook, the like-named site offers various camping and other outdoor-centered activities. However, take note...

Lake St. Catherine Campground

22. Lake St. Catherine Campground

If you visit Lake St. Catherine State Park, you’ll notice remains of old slate mills and stone quarries, which bring to the area a feeling of small...

Coolidge State Campground

23. Coolidge State Campground

With sweeping views of the Black River valley and Green Mountains, many visitors pinky swear that Coolidge State Park Campground has THE best views...

Tara: The premium lean-to sites have fabulous views, and even on a busy summer weekend this campground is uber-quiet.
Half Moon Pond Campground

24. Half Moon Pond Campground

Half Moon Pond State Park offers peace and tranquility only 20 minutes from civilization. The lodging and recreation options are many. Your evening...

Cynthia: We loved this small state park in Vermont, in the Green Mountains. North of Bomoseen State Park, this is a charming...
Stratton Pond Trail

25. Stratton Pond Trail

A gradually ascending well-manicured area, Stratton Pond Trail offers just a few primitive camping sites that are dotted along the area’s hardwood...

Elmore Campground

26. 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...

Fort Dummer Campground

27. Fort Dummer Campground

A forest exotic for its location and pre-Revolutionary War history make Fort Drummer State Park Campground a great weekend escape for both nature...

Kathy: Well maintained and wooded campground. Privacy is minimal (sites not surrounded by trees, etc), but sites are far enough away...
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Molly Stark Campground

28. Molly Stark Campground

The campground at Molly Stark State Park comprises two loops, each one offering tent sites, RV sites, and lean-to sites. In the middle of the Loop...

Tara: Quiet, wooded campground. Free showers. Favorite sites - Poplar and Ash. For sunny, grassy camping, ask for a site in the 20s.
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Lake Shaftsbury Campground

29. Lake Shaftsbury Campground

With a well-developed sandy beach and picnic area that includes a snack bar and boat rentals, Lake Shaftsbury, is a popular destination for campers...

Tara: Group camping. Really buggy!
Onion River RV Campground
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30. 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: 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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