- Apple Blossoms over Nearby Connecticut River
- Pasture in Autumn from Nearby Black Mountain
- West River Under the Nearby Dummerston Bridge
- Our Logo
- Top Three Percent Award Again for 2014
- Late Summer Sunrise
- Big Rig Friendly
- Spacious, Shady Sites
- One of Our Buddy Sites
- Sweet Motor Court Style Cabins
- Inside Cabin 3
- Inside Cabin 5
Open April 19 - October 21
Three easy miles from exits 3 or 4 off I91 in southeastern Vermont - the full Vermont experience close to home.
Guests describe this campground as peaceful, friendly, super clean, a good value, convenient, and in an area with much to do. Such comments have supported the park earning the KOA President’s and Founder’s awards six years in a row. All of the spacious RV sites are pull-through and tent/small camper sites are pull or back in. All have free cable (70+ channels) and at site Wi-Fi and most have a mature shade tree. Lodging includes five sweet cabins with bathrooms, cable-TV, refrigerators, one superior log cabin, with cable-TV and refrigerator, and a fully equipped 38’long rental trailer. Check out our great Hot Deals that vary by the season for the best value.
While here, enjoy the swimming pool, multiple playgrounds (two for humans, one for pets), game room, and free planned events like ice cream socials, visiting Sway our pony, and kids’ games. Walk next door to the farm stand for fresh vegetables, baked goods, and flowers. Hiking trails are a short walk from the campground.
Venture out for nearby river or mountain recreation including kayaking, tubing, swimming, hiking and biking. Share in the thrill of the Alpine Slide and Zip Rider at Bromley Sun Mountain Adventure Park. Find your heart’s desire in a funky downtown Brattleboro shop or Putney artist’s studio or check out famous stores such as Basketville, the Vermont Country Store, and the new Kringle Candle complex. Celebrate the visual and performing arts and sustainable agriculture in Brattleboro and at local festivals. Enjoy the beauty of the Green Mountains, the pace of the quaint villages, and of course, the variety of covered bridges that span our clear rivers and streams.
- 50 Max Amp
- 70' Max Length
- Cable TV
- Propane ($)
- Firewood ($)