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Campsites in Vermont

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Campsites in Vermont

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

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This was the site I landed on. Right by the pond away from the house a bit.
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Willoughby Farm Animal Rescue
8 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents107 acres · Fairlee, VTWe are a 107-acre forest and farm animal rescue. Sleep with the sheep, alpacas, donkeys, potbellied pigs, and rabbits when you pitch your tent or park your camper on our Vermont Farm! Reserve the group site and sleep in the middle of the action! Co-located in the open, grassy area with the free-roaming farm rescues is our RV site. Co-located sites share a community fire ring so it's a great way to meet and make new friends! Don't have a tent or RV? Spend a magical night in "The Greenhouse" (it's a real, working, greenhouse that doubles as accommodations for those looking for a more "glamping" experience). Want a little privacy? Reserve one of our two tricked-out Tent Deck sites, (Buddha North & Grandmother Pine) each with its own picnic table, private fire ring, and commercial-grade park grill. Nestled, discretely in the forest adjacent to the area where the animals are, you will feel like you are in the middle of nowhere even though you are less than a 5-minute walk from your car! Looking for something a bit more remote and spectacular? Hike a half-mile to the Big Sky Tent Deck. An incredible vista awaits you for just a little effort! We are a small non-profit (501c3). When you stay with us, rent equipment from us, or take a tour with us, 100% of money you pay goes directly for the care and feeding of the rescue animals. Thanks for supporting us in making a difference in the lives of neglected, abused, and abandoned farm animals! ----- NOTICE: PROOF OF COVID-19 VACCINATION STATUS IS REQUIRED. Please be prepared to show your vaccination card or a digital copy of your vaccination card when you arrive. If you arrive without a vaccination card you will not be permitted to stay with us and will not receive a refund. ----- CHECK-IN TIME: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Please arrive within this time window. You may purchase a check-in extension for $15 in advance or $30 on arrival if absolutely necessary.
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Timbertrail Farm
7 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents145 acres · Shaftsbury, VTThis 200 year old farm is at the top of a dead end road on 150 acres. It sits in a region of Bennington County formerly called Healing Springs Vermont. The springs that flow off of West Mountain come down through the farm and across Route 7 where it feeds picturesque Lake Shaftsbury State Park. Arrive at our 150 acre farm at the top of this dead-end road.. (stay left all the way up to the top)..Step out onto this 200-year-old farm at your own private site.... Walk to streams ponds and Lake Shaftsbury State Park.
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Cool off here
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Sunrise Farm
8 units · Motorhomes, Tents75 acres · Dover, VT6 Sites are on Sunrise Farms 75 acre Conservation land with 50 mile view for Sites 1 and 2. Very quiet area with lots of wildlife and ponds and disc golf. Very quiet with great swimming and lots of hikes right from your sites. 2 of the Brookside Sites (Wishbone Left and Right) are close by where we have another 1/2 mile of river frontage and can handle bigger groups as Conservation land on Sunrise Farm only allows 4 campers per site. Sunrise Farm Sites 1 and 2 have oodles of space and Spectacular 50 mile views of Mount Monadnock with no house lights out there in the evening except the party string lights we provide. Site 2 is best for camping in up to 20 foot trailers or multiple tents …on the large, long space. Deck on the north side of farmhouse is not traditionally for campers unless you make special arrangements. Great Well water available near farmhouse. Biodegradable soaps Only if used in the ponds. We have been advised Not to allow imported firewood (can import Wood Beetle dangerous for our forest). - PLEASE use the Firewood bundles we provide ($10) or pull wood from the woods and make it safer for use. Beautiful and plenty of wildlife nearby... as well as a new Port a Potties are marked on Map we provide with solar lights marking them at night. Unique and lovely as well as being next to trails and roads to miles of remote spots with very few if any ... people. In Winter we request only AWD vehicles go down to this site or park up by farmhouse and hike in so you can easily get out. When wet park up by the road if you have 2 wheel drive. Always WISE to arrive When LIGHT out as we do not live at the site and are not able to show guests to their sites as a result.
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Gorgeous sunrises.
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Louella S.’s Land
6 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents75 acres · Westford, VTFormer Dairy Farm but the milking & hay barns burned many years Past. The fields have been...
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Burke Line Farm
5 units · Glamping, Tents148 acres · Burke, VTBurke Line Farm is located in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont.  We are a working horse farm....
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Set in a large field of perennial wildflowers with a large grassy area around the cabin
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North of Eden Woods
4 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents150 acres · Lowell, VTFormerly a sheep farm in the early 20th century, North of Eden Woods was purchased by the current owners in 1999 as an undeveloped 150+ acre woodlot to create a personal Thoreau-at-Walden living experience. In the beginning, Ted lived in an converted school bus with his two dogs as he worked to build a log house from scratch. In the spring of 2000, a small cabin (Meadow-View Off-Grid Vermont Cabin) was built and lived in for 2 years while the main off-grid log home was built. Trees were dropped, bark was peeled, mortar was mixed, and logs were stacked up in the shape of a house that is now our home. In 2005, Liza joined the dream and we continue to improve our sustainable lifestyle, learn about our surroundings, and raise our 3 kids, three dogs and one goldfish. We manage the forest for wildlife, aesthetic purposes and renewable resources such as firewood, timber, aquaculture, and maple syrup production. Our property is the living document that is the book of our life. ...We are constantly editing, adding to, and improving our story.
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View from the main house to Sunrise tent.
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Farm Craft Vermont
4 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents15 acres · Shelburne, VTWE ARE CURRENTLY REPLACING OUR CANVAS TENT WITH SIMPLE WOODEN STRUCTURES. WE DO NOT HAVE ANY...
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Clyde River Camping
3 units · Motorhomes, Tents100 acres · Charleston, VTIn August of last year (2021) we had been approached by folks wanting to camp on our property because of the beautiful views and riverfront water access. In keeping it reasonable and safe, we found HIPCAMP offered us the best venue to do so. Site #1 is camper/RV accessible with lots of room for friends, vehicles and a field to set up tents or game playing areas. If deep woods camping is what you prefer, we offer that as well. We offer free firewood, picnic tables and outhouses. Fresh water pond for cooling off and bathing. 100 acres of trails through the woods, fields and 3/4 mile of river frontage for all your outdoor activities. Kayaking and canoeing from all of our sites (Rentals available nearby at https://www.clyderiverrecreation.com), fishing, bird and big game watching (see actual game cam pictures in our photo gallery), mountain climbing and mountain biking (Best mountain bike trails in New England available close by in Burke, Vt. (https://www.kingdomtrails.org)! Peaceful, country relaxed atmosphere.
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Quarry Brook
3 units · Glamping, Tents100 acres · VTIt all started on a first date in Boston....Nick had to excuse himself to take a phone call. His cow had fled its pasture. Much to Tara's surprise in that moment, this man she had just met was finishing his engineering degree at Northeastern, but was simultaneously building a homestead in Vermont. Fast forward 7 years, and here we are, building the life we only dreamed of. We yearned for simplicity. Deeper connections to our surroundings and mother nature. A calmer sense of place. The satisfaction that comes from growing food. Creating with our hands. We're a working farm and homestead. Every day at Quarry Brook is a new adventure, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. We’re incredibly excited to share our little corner of southern Vermont and what we’re up to with you!
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Broadfork Farmstead
3 units · Glamping, Motorhomes, Tents13 acres · Greensboro, VTBroadfork is the Fairbank family’s homestead in Greensboro, Vermont. It is a sustainably managed,...
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Woodbury Meadows
5 units · Motorhomes, Tents50 acres · East Calais, VT We live on 52 wooded acres in a natural area surrounded by lakes and ponds just 14 miles north of Montpelier VT, our state capital. We are located on the Vermont Gravel Growler bike packing trail and have lots of hiking , biking, boating and swimming opportunities nearby. Our amenity's include a bath house, One 30 amp RV site and 4 tent/small RV non electric sites. We are 100% solar powered and have WIFI but no cell service. We cater to small quiet groups who can enjoy our peaceful setting. We are a non smoking campground. Pets on leashes are OK. Quiet time is all the time :~). 12 and under free, no Generators.
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Four Springs Farm, Campground & Learning Center
4 units · Tents70 acres · South Royalton, VTFour Springs Farm is a working organic farm on a beautiful west-facing hillside in central Vermont. Tent and cabin camping sites are tucked away in private corners of the farm with centrally located toilets and hot showers. A picnic pavilion, which has a spectabular view of the valley and the hills of the Green Mtns, is available for group gatherings and.celebrations. Visitors are invited to tag-along-on-chores, pick their own veggies with one of the farmers and explore the seventy acres of fields, streams, and woods. Guests will be dazzled by star-studded skies, treated to spectacular sunsets, and entertained by the two young farm cats. The farm is mosquito free but inhabited by millions of fireflies. It's nature's playground at her best.Our season closes this year on October 25th but is open for winter camping without the wash houses. Running water and an outhouse are available. Check out the Plum Corner site fro availability.
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Vermont is one of New England's unspoiled treasures, teeming with rolling hills, mountain hikes, and wilderness lakes. Known for its wealth of family-friendly state parks, the Green Mountain state never fails to draw a summer crowd. From the shores of Lake Champlain to the Green Mountain National Forest, this narrow strip of rural beauty has a lot to offer.

For aquatic adventures, spend the day boating at Burton Island State Park. Looking for a quiet respite? Embark on a paddling trip on the Green River Reservoir, or explore 60 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails at Groton State Forest.

Sometimes called the sixth Great Lake, meandering Lake Champlain are a boating and fishing paradise. Explore the many islands and hidden coves, or head to Grand Isle to cycle the easy trails of the flat lake valley.

Vermont campgrounds welcome all kinds of campers. Aside from the famous lean-tos, you also find tent sites, drive-in sites, cottages, cabins, and yurts. Locations range from lakeside camping areas to secluded backcountry sites in the mountain wilderness. You can even bring your hooved buddy to one of several horse camping areas.

Most state campgrounds accept both reservations and first come, first served campers. However, keep in mind that Vermont state parks don't offer hookups. if you're looking to hike, avoid traveling during the spring as the trails are often muddy from snow melt.

Summers boast great weather, but you'll need your rain gear—summer downpours are pretty common. Camping in Vermont is hugely popular, but you can beat the summer rush by traveling after Labor Day. Plan a trip from September to mid-October for a chance to see the famous New England fall colors.

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