About Woodbury Meadows Tenting CG
We just opened our own small campground on our land. We have 3 wooded tent spaces. Very quiet area surrounded by lakes and ponds with excellent swimming a mile away & hiking and biking everywhere.
We are a no smoking campground. Pets on leashes are ok. Quiet time is all the time :~)
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Campsite area: Bring your own Tents, Cars
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 1PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
The vibe at Woodbury Meadows Tenting CG
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Woodbury Meadows is the perfect location in central Vermont. Right off of the capital of Montepelier there's a lot to do while still being in a rural, lake abundant community. The Meadows are owned by a lovely couple Jon and Ann who have built a community of close friends and family in the area.
Upon arrival at Woodbury Meadows we were welcomed with silly jokes and open arms. The site had anything we needed, including a newly built bathouse equipped with organic products and sustainable lights. Jon and Ann had a lovely community oriented potluck during our arrival and we were able to see their community in full effect. During the potluck we were able to learn about their on site forraging and earth connection classes. Before you go check out the class listings at Wisdom of the Herb School taught by Annie, a close friend and resident of the Woodbury Meadows community.
The site that we stayed at had a newly built patio outlooking Jon and Ann's land across the road. There was a picnic table, firewood, and a water faucet for our own convenience. The site has a beautiful view of the property, though the ground is graveled so be prepared with insulation padding for your rent.
In the area, there are quite a few lakes with public access for swimming, fishing, and boating (I highly recommend bug spray, the flies and mosquitoes are lethal). The town of Woodbury has a small general store with a bar attached in the back featuring weekend folk music and local brews. If you're looking for a more fast pace bar, check out Three Penny Bar in downtown Montepelier just 20 minutes away. There are also amazing book stores, toy stores, and other shops in town to occupy your time during your stay. Finally, if you don't do anything else while visiting at Woodbury Meadows, make sure you stop at Morse Farm and grab a creamie and other Vermont made goods. The store is a game changer!
Great experience. The camp site was nicely sized, not too far away from a little store that had your basics as well as some good goodness and a small bar. The bathroom at the site was very very nice and the owner was a great guy. Helped us find good things to do during the day, lent us his canoe, and even let us use his dryer when our things got soaked in the rain. Would definitely reccomend.