We had one goal in Vermont: maple syrup.
This campground wasn’t too far from a working maple syrup farm, a National Historic Park and Site, the Quechee Gorge, and New Hampshire.
The campground had an office camp store, laundry room, playground, a dog park, a fishing pond, and a pool. Trash was placed at the end of your site for pick-up. Recycling could be placed in a separate bag for pickup as well. The office sold ice, firewood, and bait. There were banana bikes for rent. They did a nice job communicating by text!
The KOA was 18 minutes from Sugarbush Farm, 7 minutes from New Hampshire, and from 4 minutes from Quechee Gorge. It took 18 minutes to get to the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historic Park. There were two Walmarts at 8 and 18 minutes away, and a Hannaford’s 9 minutes (in New Hampshire).
SUMMARY OF CAMPGROUND:
Our rating: 3 out of 5 hitches
Cell Phone Reception: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile
RV Sites: Pull Through, Back-in (grass/gravel)
Pop Up Tents/Gazebos/Outdoor Rugs On-Site:
Amenities: picnic table/fire pit/grill/cable/playground/dog park
Tent Camping: No
Full Hook-ups: Yes
Amps: 20/30, 20/50
Food On-Site: No (some grocery type items in store)
Camp Store: Yes
Fishing: Yes (catch and release)