Brattleboro North KOA

Open April 13 - October 15

Reserve: 800-562-5909

Reserve: 800-562-5909

Info: 802-254-5908

Info: 802-254-5908

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1238 US Route 5

East Dummerston, VT 05346-9764

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Local Area Events

Local Area Events

Cruise-In at Hemmings Headquarters

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Mar 25 - Oct 28, 2018, Once A Month @ 4pm - 7pm

Combine a cruise-in with a visit to their antique car museum - both free! Hemmings Cruise-Ins are family friendly car gatherings open to all years, makes and models. It's a relaxed format and a chance to share your car with a wide variety of car people during the beautiful New England summer. Trophies are awarded and winners will be featured in Hemmings Motor News! Cruise-ins often are canceled when rain threatens, so it's a good idea to check this page or call 800-227-4373 shortly beforehand to be sure the event is still on.

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The Green Mountain Adventure Challenge

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May 25 - Sep 3, 2018

The Green Mountain Adventure Challenge is an epic real life action-adventure game that is part unsolved mystery and part outdoor adventure. 
It begins with a story that leads to a set of clues - maybe an old letter or a grainy map - 
which lead to more clues, the end of the story and possibly... cash. 
Solve the clues right the first time and you'll spend no more than 2 days exploring ancient forests, 
climbing mountain summits, solving mysterious codes and enjoying spectacular Vermont scenery.
Challenge takes place 20 miles from the campground.

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Brattleboro Brewers Festival

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May 26, 2018, 12pm - 4pm

Approximately 25  Breweries, Live Music, Adults Only, Green Rolling Hills...

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Strolling Of the Heifers Parade and Festival

Local
Jun 1 - 3, 2018

Stroll Weekend is filled with fun and education for the whole family, built around the world-famous agriculturally-themed Strolling of the Heifers Parade — Saturday, June 2nd,  at 10 a.m. sharp on Brattleboro's historic Main Street.

Watch scores of lovable heifer calves led by future farmers, followed by many other farm animals, bands, tractors, floats, clowns and much more. When it's over, follow the crowd to the all-day 11-acre Live Green Expo for food, music, dance, demonstrations, exhibits and fun, all related to our mission of sustaining family farms by connecting people with healthy local food.

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Twilight Concerts on the Lawn in Putney

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Jun 3 - Aug 26, 2018, Every Two Weeks @ 6pm - 9pm

A series of 7 free concerts in Putney, rain or shine. Music includes folk, blues, rock, soul. Always 6-8 PM every other Sunday beginning June 3rd.

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Roots on the River Music Festival

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Jun 8 - 10, 2018

Eclectic American Music at its best over 4 days in 5 venues around nearby Bellows Falls, Vermont. This is the 18th year for this event! (Poster is from 2017 festival.)

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Tiny House Fest Vermont

Local
Jun 23, 2018

Step under our two tents of knowledge sharing and LEARN all about housing and public spaces. 
EXPERIENCE the Tiny House Village on Flat Street Brattleboro and tour inside and out more than a dozen tiny houses.

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Mutton and Mead Medieval Festival

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Jun 23 - 24, 2018, 10am - 6pm
Turners Falls, MA

The Annual Mutton & Mead Medieval Festival will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 23 and 24, 2018 in Turners Falls, MA. A benefit for the Food Bank of Western Mass and the Montague Common Hall, the festival transports fair goers to the adventurous days of Robin Hood with two full days of fun for all ages.
 
The Mutton & Mead Festival gathers over 65 artisans and 40 hours of entertainment ranging from knights jousting on horseback, whimsical stage shows, dancers, jesters and fairies, and unique musical acts not seen anywhere else. The Festival also features a children's area which hosts activities for kids throughout the day as well as puppeteers and medieval characters.
 
The Festival brings the medieval world to life with re-enactors demonstrating skills such as cooking, textile arts, blacksmithing, and sword play. People also have a chance to feast on delicacies including, turkey legs, roasted lamb, meads, beers, and ales.

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Blue Grass Festival

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Jun 30, 2018, 1pm - 7pm
792 US Route 5
Dummerston, VT 05301

Line Up
Jordan Tice & Horse County - Jordan Tice is a singular voice on the American roots music scene. The band on “Horse County” is also top-notch and includes such first call players as Paul Kowert (Punch Brothers) on bass, Dominick Leslie (Deadly Gentlemen) on mandolin, Mike Witcher (Peter Rowan) on dobro, Brittany Haas (Crooked Still) and Shad Cobb on fiddles, and Noam Pikelny (Punch Brothers) on banjo. The record was recorded by guitarist Chris Eldridge who also, along with Jordan, co-produced the session.Other bands in the line-up will include:The Stockwell Brothers - The Stockwell Brothers are Green Mountain Newgrass artists. Their music spans traditional and progressive styles, but their trademark acoustic sound features new singer/songwriter material recast with banjo, alternative rhythms and three-part harmonies. They cover straight ahead bluegrass songs, finger picked acoustic guitar ballads, full tilt breakdowns and traditional mandolin tunes mixed in with more unusual fare - Americana melodies riding world beat grooves and Celtic, jazzy, even neo-classical instrumentals.Pinedrop - Pinedrop's fresh Americana sound skillfully intertwines folk and bluegrass. This four-piece band from Brattleboro, Vermont features Derek Sensale's mesmerizing songwriting and vocals, Dan Bisson on upright bass, Nick Paar on mandolin and Charlie Peckar on fiddle. Pinedrop has played venues and festivals near and far, including MASS MoCA's acclaimed FreshGrass Festival. Food trucks and brews: Anon's Thai Food Tito's Taqueria Whetstone Station

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Yellow Barn Music Festival Putney

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Jul 6 - Aug 18, 2018

Top Ten Summer Event - 49th Yellow Barn Music Festival, Putney, Vermont. June- early August, 2018. Yellow Barn is a summer training program for young musicians embarking on careers as performers and educators and a vibrant festival of chamber music. The musicians who perform at Yellow Barn each summer include many of today's leading figures in chamber music as well as young professionals whose stars are on the rise.

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Great River Theater Festival

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Jul 6 - 8, 2018

The 2nd annual Great River Theater Festival is hosted in three locations throughout Rockingham, VT.
Six theater companies will be performing everything from musicals to challenging dramas over the course of one theater-filled weekend

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Marlboro Music Festival

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Jul 14 - Aug 19, 2018, 12am

The 65h Annual Marlboro Music Festival, Marlboro, Vermont. Mid July to mid August. Marlboro Music is recognized as today's preeminent center for advanced musical studies. It is credited for its pivotal role in the development of chamber music in the U.S., and for training generations of musical leaders.

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Southern Vermont Dance Festival

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Jul 19 - 22, 2018

The Southern Vermont Dance Festival returns in July 2018 for its 6th anniversary, with an exciting round of dance classes, lectures and performances hosted in the one and only Brattleboro, VT. Like last year, festival attendees will be invited to attend dance performances each evening as well as a choice of many different classes each day. There will be many amazing opportunities offered to the professional dancer, dance student, and dance enthusiast.

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Deerfield Valley Blueberry Festival

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Jul 27 - Aug 5, 2018

Top Ten Summer Event - the Annual Deerfield Valley Blueberry Festival: Jacksonville, Whitingham, Wilmington, Dover Vermont. Berries, vintage cars, music, food, and craft displays; if it's blue, it's probably happening in the Mount Snow area towns in late July and early August.

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Chesire Fair, Swanzey NH

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Aug 2 - 5, 2018

A country fair complete with farm animals, tractor pulls, produce, hand-made goods and a big midway! A huge  rodeo is usually held on Friday night! Swanzey NH is about 30 minutes from the campground.

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Bennington Battle Festivities and Parade

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Aug 10 - 12, 2018

The Battle of Bennington took place on August 16, 1777, during the Revolutionary War. A victory for the American forces, the Battle of Bennington marked a turning point for America in their quest for independence. It was the first of several triumphs that forced the surrender of the British forces. Although the battle is named for Bennington, the fighting took place just over the border in New York.
Reenactment and Parade.

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Garlic Festival in Bennington

Local
Sep 1 - 3, 2018

Top Ten Fall Event - 20th Annual Southern Vermont Garlic and Herb Festival, Bennington, Vermont. Join garlic-lovers from throughout New England as they come to sample food and crafts from 50 different vendors all made from -you guessed it- garlic and herbs! Everything from garlic ice cream to garlic jelly, pickled garlic, roasted garlic, and garlic braids. Activities may include a Giant Garlic Slingshot and Garlic Golf, a hay maze, face painting and hair braiding and other great children's activities. Relax at the Beer and Wine Garden under the tent listening to live music both days.

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Guilford Fair Labor Day Weekend

Local
Sep 2 - 3, 2018

Guilford Fair, Guilford Vermont. September 2,3 2018. This is a farmer's fair with horse show, horse pulling, cattle show, live music, crafts, carnival, lots of demonstrations, children's events and midway rides!

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River Valley Kid's Fair

Local
Sep 15, 2018, 11am - 4pm

The Brattleboro Common is the place to be on September 15th for the annual River Valley Kid's Fair. Live animals, children' s acts and activities, and barbeque are some of the fun things to do at this free event.

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