Camping in Vermont

Come to “The Green Mountain State” to camp in one of Vermont’s 56 state parks. Vermont campers enjoy campsites in the state’s mountains, forests, and lakes—that offer a direct connection to nature. Long Trail offers hiking opportunities. Lake Champlain provides boating and swimming. Historic sites like Bennington Battle Monument and Shelburne Museum are good destinations on rainy days. Pro-tip: Vermont’s foliage is breathtaking in the autumn months.

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Top-rated campgrounds in Vermont

Green Mountain Finger Lakes National Forests

The Finger Lakes National Forest is a United States National Forest that encompasses 16,259 acres (65.80 km2) of Seneca and Schuyler counties, nestled between Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes Region of the State of New York. It has over 30 miles (50 km) of interconnecting trails that traverse gorges, ravines, pastures, and woodlands. Although about 3.2 million acres (1300 km2) of...

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Ball Mountain Lake

Ball Mountain Dam (National ID # VT00001) is a dam in Jamaica, Windham County, Vermont, in the southeastern part of the state. The earthen and gravel gravity dam was constructed between 1957 and 1961 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, with a height of 247 feet (75 m) and a length of 915 feet (279 m) at its crest. It impounds the West River of Vermont for flood control. The dam is o...

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Townshend Lake

Townshend Dam is a dam in Townshend, Windham County, Vermont. The earthen dam was constructed in 1961 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers with a height of 126 feet and a length of 1700 feet at its crest. It impounds Vermont's West River for flood control and seasonal storm water management. The dam is owned and operated by the Corps of Engineers. Its National ID number is VT00004. Th...

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North Springfield Lake

The Crown Point Road, or the Crown Point Military Road, is a historic road built in 1759-60, mostly in what is now the United States state of Vermont. It was built by British Army and colonial militia forces to connect Fort Crown Point near the southern end of Lake Champlain to the Fort at Number 4 in what is now Charlestown, New Hampshire. It was the first major road in Vermont, spurring dev...

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North Hartland Lake

North Hartland Dam (National ID # VT00002) is a dam on the Ottauquechee River in Hartland, Windsor County, Vermont. The earthen dam was constructed between 1958 and 1961 by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, with a height of 182 feet (55 m), and a length of 1,640 feet (500 m) at its crest. It impounds the river for flood control and storm water management. The dam is owned and operated...

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Union Village Dam

Union Village is a village that spans Norwich and Thetford, Vermont, and sits along the Ompompanoosuc River. It contains a small cluster of homes with many dating to the early 1800s, a red brick Methodist Episcopal church built in 1836, a covered bridge, a small defunct school house, and a United States Army Corps of Engineers flood control dam.

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How to scan Vermont parks for cancellations

Is the Vermont park you want to camp at sold out? We can help! Campers often cancel their camping reservations. Campnab monitors Vermont parks and can text you when a suitable campsite one opens up! 🙂

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