RV Campgrounds Near Woodstock, Vermont

RV Campgrounds Near Woodstock, Vermont
Woodstock, Vermont is near Calvin Coolidge State Park, Coolidge State Forest and Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park. There are hiking, road and mountain bicycling, backpacking, kayaking, fishing, cross country skiing and snowshoeing opportunities in the greater Woodstock region. RV travelers have several choices for RV parks around Woodstock.

Pine Valley RV Campground

RVs both large and small can be accommodated at Pine Valley RV Campground. Site hookups have 30- or 50-amp electric, water, sewer, cable TV and Wi-Fi. Guests staying at Pine Valley may use the bathrooms, showers, laundry room, playground, recreation facilities, picnic areas, and dump station. Pets are allowed. There are canoe rentals available at the campground, and there are hiking trails at the nearby Calvin Coolidge State Park. In autumn there are road-side apple cider stands road cyclists can ride to.

Pine Valley RV Campground
3700 Woodstock Road
White River Junction VT
(802) 296-6711


Coolidge State Park

Coolidge State Park is open between Memorial Day and Labor Day and has sites for RV campers and tents. RV sites are primitive with no hookups. RVs should be self-contained with grey water- and sewage-containment systems. There are fresh water spigots, toilets and showers available. Fire pits, barbecue grills, picnic tables, and a dump station are available as well. Pets are allowed, but must remain leashed in the park. Wildlife that frequents the area include black bear, moose and barred owls. There are trails for hiking within the park, and streams where anglers can try for brook trout.

Coolidge State Park
vtstat 855 Coolidge State Park Rd
Plymouth, Vermont 05056
(802) 672-3612

Running Bear Camping Area

The Running Bear Camping Area has sites large enough for most RVs. There are water, sewer, cable TV and 30- or 50-amp electric hookups at sites. Pets are welcome. Bathrooms, showers, a laundry room and a guest recreation lounge are available for visitor use. In autumn, hiking trails explode in color as the maple trees' leaves turn shades of orange, yellow, red and purple. Late spring sees the regions' sugar shacks producing fresh maple syrup, and visitors can arrange tours and tastings. Road bicyclists can tour the roads and rural routes of the area, including several that have old, wooden, covered bridges.

Running Bear Camping Area
6248 Route 5
Ascutney, VT 05030
(802) 674-6417


Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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