Vermont Camping – Campground Reservations

TOWNSHEND LAKE DAY USE AREA

Want to go camping in Vermont? View Vermont campgrounds below, listed in alphabetical order. Each Vermont campsites listing has an image gallery, location map, directions, nearby activities, phone number, and access to online Vermont camping reservations.

CHITTENDEN BROOK CAMPGROUND

CHITTENDEN BROOK CAMPGROUND, Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions From Rochester, travel south for 1.0 mile on Route 100 to the junction of Route 73. Follow Route 73 west for 5.1 miles. From Brandon, travel east on Route 73 for 11.2 miles. Phone (802) 767-4261 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, HIKING, VISITOR CENTER, WATER SPORTS Keywords Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Vermont State Tourism Vermont State Road Conditions Overview Chittenden Brook Campground is situated in a beautiful northern hardwoods forest, approximately seven miles from Rochester, VT. It is a small and semi-remote campground, perfect for those who seek a more tranquil camping experience. Recreation With an abundance of well-maintained trails, mountain vistas, waterfalls, and streams, the Chittenden Brook area offers plentiful opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, river tubing, fishing, hunting, and more. The Chittenden Brook trail system starts at the campground and passes through a mature northern hardwood forest, along a pristine mountain stream, and past a

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MOOSALAMOO CAMPGROUND

MOOSALAMOO CAMPGROUND, Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions From Middlebury: Travel south on Route 7 to the junction of Route 125. Travel east on Route 125 for 6.8 miles, and turn right onto Forest Road 32. Follow FR 32 for 3.3 miles, and turn right onto Forest Road 24. The entrance to the campground loop is at 0.4 miles. From Rochester: Travel north on Route 100 to the junction of Route 125. Travel west on Route 125 for 10.9 miles, and turn left onto Forest Road 32. Follow FR 32 for 3.3 miles, and turn right onto Forest Road 24. The entrance to the campground loop is at 0.4 miles. Phone 802-767-4261 Activities BIKING, BOATING, HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITE, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, VISITOR CENTER, WATER SPORTS, SWIMMING SITE Keywords Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Vermont State Road Conditions Vermont State Tourism Overview Moosalamoo Campground is a small remote campground located at the

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NORTH HARTLAND LAKE BEACH (VT)

NORTH HARTLAND LAKE BEACH (VT), Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions Directions to North Hartland Lake From East and West: Take I-89 to White River Junction, and take I-91N. From the North: (White River Junction) Take exit 11 off of route I-91, and turn onto Rt. 5 South. You will soon pass the VA hospital and Super 8 Motel. Continue on Rt. 5 South for about another 4 miles. Turn Right onto Clay Hill Rd. at the volunteer fire station. (If you reach the highway under pass you have gone too far) Follow Clay Hill Rd. about 1 mile. North Hartland Lake will be on the right. (Look for the yellow gates) The Picnic Shelters will be on the left. (Look for the sign that says North Hartland Beach) From the South: (Brattleboro, Massachusetts, etc.) Take exit 9 off of I-91 North. Take a left at the top of the ramp onto Rt. 5 North. Bear right at the intersection

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Stoughton Pond Rec Area

Stoughton Pond Rec Area, Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions Take VT 106 North to Stoughton Pond Road. The facility is about ½ mile to the left in Perkinsville, Vermont. Phone 802-886-2775 Activities BOATING, HIKING, HUNTING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING SITE Keywords Stoughton Pond Rec Area,North Springfield Lake Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Vermont State Road Conditions Vermont State Tourism Overview Stoughton Pond Recreation Area is a day use area located to the north of North Springfield Lake. Stoughton Pond is located off State Route 106 on Stoughton Pond Road in Perkinsville, Vermont. Recreation Stoughton Pond Recreation Area offers plenty of activities for visitors of all ages. Many people enjoy canoeing, kayaking, boating and fishing. The state of Vermont Department of Fish and Game annually stock the pond with rainbow trout, and the pond also offers excellent bass fishing. A boat ramp is available, located off Plains Road. An interpretive trail winds along the side of

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TOWNSHEND LAKE DAY USE AREA

TOWNSHEND LAKE DAY USE AREA, Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions Townshend Lake is located 19 miles north of Brattleboro, Vermont, on Vermont Route 30. Phone 802-365-7703 Activities BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, FISHING, HIKING, WINTER SPORTS, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING SITE, SWIMMING, SNOWMOBILE, KAYAKING, CANOEING, BIRDING, CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, RAFTING, WHITEWATER RAFTING, SNOWSHOEING, SLEDDING, SNOWMOBILE TRAILS Keywords Townshend Dam Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Vermont State Tourism Vermont State Road Conditions Overview Townshend Lake is nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont. Families from near and far come to enjoy the outdoor recreational opportunities the lake has to offer. Recreation Townshend Lake offers ample recreation opportunities. A boat ramp provides access for canoeing, kayaking and small motor boats (10hp or less). The lake is stocked once a year with Rainbow Trout for the enjoyment of anglers. The three group shelters are surrounded by many individual picnic tables with BBQ grills for smaller groups to enjoy. The Ledges Overlook Trial offers

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UNION VILLAGE DAM PICNIC AREA (VT)

UNION VILLAGE DAM PICNIC AREA (VT), Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions From East and West: Take I-89 to White River Junction, and take I-91N. From the North: (Bradford, VT) Take exit 14 off of route I-91, and turn right onto Rt. 113. Continue up the hill on Rt. 113 for about 3/4 mile. Turn left onto Academy Rd. just before the white church. (If you reach the elementary school you have gone too far) Follow Academy Rd. about 2 3/4 miles until you reach the covered bridge. Pass through the covered bridge and take an immediate right. In 1/10th mile the Picnic Shelter will be on the left. (Look for the sign that says Union Village Dam) From the South: (White River Junction, Massachusetts, etc.) Take exit 13 off of I-91 North. Take a left at the bottom of the ramp and follow Rt. 5 North. Bear right in the center of Norwich to continue on Rt. 5 North. Continue

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WINHALL BROOK

WINHALL BROOK, Vermont Campground Images, Info & Reservations

Directions From Brattleboro, Vermont, travel 30 miles north on Route 30. Turn north onto Route 100 and continue for 2.5 miles. Turn onto to Winhall Station Road and follow for a mile to the campground. From Manchester, Vermont, travel 5 miles east on Route 11. Turn right onto Route 30 S continue for 9 miles. Turn left onto Route 100 N and continue for 2.5 miles. Turn right onto WInhall Station Road and follow for a mile to the camgpground. Phone 802-824-4570 Activities BIKING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, SWIMMING SITE, SWIMMING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, WATER ACTIVITIES, STAR GAZING, BIRDING, CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, EVENING PROGRAMS, GUIDED INTERPRETIVE WALKS, EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS, TUBING, SNOWSHOEING Keywords BALM,BALL MOUNTAIN Related Link(s) Rec Area Info & Images Vermont State Tourism Vermont State Road Conditions Overview Winhall Brook Camping Area is nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont along Winhall Brook and the West River,

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