RV Campsites in Vermont

RV Campsites in Vermont
Vermont provides a wealth of opportunities for outdoor fishing, hiking, biking, kayaking and more. Look for meandering streams, large lakes and miles of forests known for their vibrant fall colors. Green Mountain National Forest is one of many popular recreational areas, and multiple scenic byways offer outstanding views from the comfort of a recreational vehicle. Fortunately, Vermont also features an abundance of RV campsites. Many RV parks provide resort-style amenities, while others offer a more primitive camping experience.

Lakeside Camping

Located in the northeast part of the state, this RV park sits on 1500 feet of sandy beach, and the RV campsites have views of Island Pond. It's also common to view wildlife---moose sightings occur regularly. Lakeside Camping provides free wireless Internet and hookups for water, sewage and 30 amps of electricity. The park also has a convenience store, showers, picnic tables and a game room, and offers boat rentals and guided boat cruises.

Lakeside Camping
1348 Route 105, East Brighton Rd.
Island Pond, VT 05846
(802) 723-6649
lakesidecamping.com

Rivers Bend Campground

This RV campsite on the New Haven River in the Champlain Valley offers a variety of outdoor experiences in the northwest part of Vermont. At one of the 67 RV sites at Rivers Bend, you have access to the river, a heated swimming pool, dump station, pavilion, laundry facilities and canoe rentals. This secluded park also offers fishing on the river, as well as Otter Creek. You will also find hiking trails, biking trails and shopping in the New Haven Village.

Rivers Bend Campground
1000 Dog Team Rd.
New Haven, VT 05472
(802) 388-9092
tmcriversbend@earthlink.net
riversbendcampground.com

Camping on the Battenkill

Camping on the Battenkill sits on the Battenkill River north of Arlington, in southeastern Vermont. One of the best trout streams in the east, the Battenkill has been profiled in a variety of fishing magazines. The campsite has RV sites in wooded, partially wooded and meadow areas, with hookups for water, sewage and 30 amps of electricity. You'll also find a dump station, firewood, showers and restrooms, in addition to opportunities for swimming in the river and playing games in the open fields. Prime riverfront sites fill quickly, so book at least one week in advance during the summer months.

Camping on the Battenkill
48 Camping on the Battenkill
Arlington, VT 05250
(802) 375-6663
campvermont.com/battenkill

Article Written By Zach Lazzari

Zach Lazzari is an outdoor writing specialist. He has experience in website writing as well as standard newspaper writing. He wrote an outdoor column for the Silver World in Lake City, Colo., and articles for Colorado-mountain-adventure.com. Lazzari is currently completing his bachelor's degree online through Arizona State University and lives in southwest Montana.

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