General Campground Information
For CABIN RESERVATIONS: If you cancel your reservation a week before your reservation date, there will be a $10 cancellation fee. If you cancel within the week of your reservation date, we keep the one night deposit you paid to reserve a cabin.
Holidays and Special Events:
Cancel with 14 or fewer days notice forfeit deposit.
Foliage special event dates are: 9/26-10/17
Monthly reservations require a non-refundable $200 deposit.
We require you to call our office to cancel any reservation you may have with us. We will not expect cancellations via email or text message.
All cancellations are subject to a $10 fee except for VIP Value Kard holders.
1 PM Check-in
11 AM Check-out
3 PM Check-In
11 AM Check-out
Please make a note under special request or phone or email us to order.
Ordering a refresh for linens will result in an additional charge of the linen fee.
Day use 8 am to 9 pm and overnight must register by 8pm. Please visit or call the front office for visitor fee rates.
May: Su-Th 6 PM & F-S 7 PM
June-Aug: Su-Th 7 PM & F-S 8 PM
Sept-Oct: Su-Th 6 PM & F-S 7 PM
If you arrive after that your site map can be found on shelves outside the store which is the first building on the property. If you don't have a reservation, available sites and instructions are there as well.
Swim at your own risk. No lifeguard on duty. Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult. No pets, food, drink, or glass allowed in pool area. No children under 12 allowed in the hot tub.
Dogs must be kept on leashes no longer than 6 feet when outside their owners' vehicles or accommodations. Do not leave a dog tethered or crated outside unattended.
We all love our pets but please be conscious of the campers around you, if your pet is too vocal and cannot be controlled you will be asked to find new accommodations.
If you leave your pet in your camper when you go out, please leave your number at the office in case of an emergency.
Vintage Cottages 1,2,3,4, and 5 - two dogs max; $15/pet/day.
No pets can be left alone in the cabins unless they are crated.
We love our campground shade trees and the Vermont economy depends upon its forestry and maple sugaring. Buy firewood here to ensure no invasive species or diseases are present.
Vermont law states there may be no transport of unprocessed wood. Please note that Emerald Ash Borers have been found in parts of Vermont so only kiln dried wood or wood purchased at the campground may be burned here. Thank you so much for protecting our forest.
Meet Your Hosts
The best memories are made camping, so start your adventure here. - Kat & Alan BertaWe believe camping should be more than a few days away from work or just a place to sleep when visiting a new or favorite area. It should be a peaceful, happy, and memorable time whether alone or with loved ones. We enjoy giving our guests an experience that makes it easy to live in the moment while creating fond memories for the future.