Best RV Campgrounds in Vermont

Any time of year, Vermont is a fantastic vacation destination offering a wide variety of activities for nature lovers. The following is a list of some of the best campgrounds in the state.

  • Greenwood Lodge and Campsites, Bennington. Open mid-May through October, this 120-acre campground provides 40 sites located adjacent to the Green Mountain National Forest. Water and electric hookups are available along with free WiFi. There are sewer hookups but there is a nearby dumping station. There are historical attractions nearby as well as shopping and restaurants.
  • Champlain Adult Campground, Grand Isle. Here you will find full hookups but no WiFi – but that’s okay, because one of Champlain Adult Campground’s big draws is peace and quiet. There are 79 spacious grass sites situated right on the shores of Lake Champlain. The campground boasts breathtaking sunsets over the Adirondacks as well as apple orchards and beautiful flower beds. Hiking, biking, kayaking and swimming can all be enjoyed during the summer months. If country traveling is your thing, this campground is for you.
  • Abel Mountain Campground, Braintree. Abel Mountain features 131 grassy sites, most with full hookups. The campground offers river tubing, a 30′ x 60′ swimming pool, two bath houses with hot showers, hiking and biking trails as well as entertainment and planned activities on most weekends. Many riverbank sites with large fire rings and picnic tables are available. There are several nearby attractions including Ben & Jerry’s factory tours and Montshire Museum of Science.
  • Maplewoods Campground, Johnson. Only three years old, Maplewoods offers 65 sites on 78 acres with stunning views of the Elmore, Butternut and Sterling mountains. Amenities include a pool, complete bathhouse, playgrounds, WiFi, camp store, cell phone service and handicap accessibility. With proximity to Stowe, this new campground is an ideal basecamp for exploring the nearby areas.
  • Quechee State Park, White River Junction. This state campground offers 47 sites with no hookups. However, the sites are deep and separated by wooded areas. The park is well maintained and the staff friendly. If you’re looking for somewhere picturesque and quiet to camp, Quechee State Park delivers.
  • Lake Champagne Campground, Randolph Center. Located at the center of Vermont, Lake Champagne Campground offers 145 sites with full hookups in a relaxing, idyllic setting. The campgrounds boast a private lake as well as proximity to a wide variety of attractions.

With these top campgrounds, you’re sure to have an enjoyable RV experience.