Field and wooded sites available. All with access to the Clyde River canoeing, kayaking and fishing. Some easily driven to and some small hikes to more remote sites. Swimming in our beautiful fresh water pond is available to all campers as well! All sites have a stone campfire pit and a tripod grill to cook on is also available.
- Check in: After 1PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Miles of dirt roads of various ability as well as tarred roads are available.
Many lakes in the area to go boating in but not at our location.
Fishing from your campsite as well as the entire Clyde River.
Hiking trails are on the property but short. Longer hikes are available all within a short drive.
Bring your own Kayak or rent one from a local recreation center.
A pond as well as certain places along the 3/4 of a mile river frontage.
Our game cams have captured moose, bear, deer, wild turkeys, raccoons, bobcats, coyote, various ducks and geese, beavers, owls ...Read more
Natural features you'll find at Clyde River Camping Site #1 in Vermont.
Many lakeside beaches are a short drive from our property.
100 acres of surrounding woods and fields.
We are close to many mountains that allow hiking and some to drive to the summits.
10 acres of our 100 acres is field. Please respect the hay fields as they are hayed by a local farmer.
River, stream, or creek
Clyde River is noted for its kayaking(rental facility nearby) canoeing, fishing and many close by lakes for swimming or recreat...Read more
We have one main pond and 3/4 of a mile of river frontage with multiple places to swim.
Beaver dams are on site which change from year to year but are interesting for viewing when they feel like working!
Places to see near Clyde River Camping
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Ron & Laura were AWESOME hosts! They greeted my boyfriend when he arrived to set up and gave him a tour of the property, which is beautiful. Campsite 1 was great, right on the river. We saw ducks and even were visited by a beaver during the night. The composting toilet was clean and they had stocked firewood for us. The location was close enough to town to grab supplies when we decided to stay an extra night but felt more remote. I think next time we would choose campsite 2, just because it is closer to the potty and you can make your tent a little more secluded.
Overall, we were very happy with our stay and will definitely be camping there again!
Bonus: They have very friendly pups!!
Magical place with the best hosts!
My friends and I had an incredible time staying mostly at Site 2. I would definitely recommend booking Sites 1 and 2 for a large group (and so affordable!). It was very easy to pull in so friends could come and go, you have river access, a compostable toilet, and lots of room for dogs to roam!
And so much I could say about the incredible hosts Ron and Laura (and their pups Ted and Shaggy). They immediately gave me a tour of their 90+ acre property of trails and river access and offered to help in any way possible throughout the weekend. They graciously offered us coffee, access to their pond, kayaks/paddle boards, and even had happy birthday table cloths on the picnic tables (we were celebrating my birthday, so thoughtful!). My friends and I just felt so special, safe, and welcome!
A couple of things to know is that there isn't easy access to drinking water (although the hosts offered to let us fill up at their house which isn't too far), and those with Verizon service do not have service at the site (Which I appreciated the break from!). Definitely our new favorite spot!