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Old 12-14-2020, 09:31 AM   #1
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Vermont Summer 2022 recommendations

Looking for recommendations in Vermont....always had that warm fuzzy feeling about covered bridges and beautiful countyside views so thats where we are going! We like smaller places with electricity (call me spoiled) and are a 35' class A diesel pusher towing a Jeep. Don't need mini golf, cities, and playgrounds but streams for trout fishing, small town America, and mountains are loved. I read that state parks have no electric hookups??? Looking more toward Northern and the top of Centeral VT for recommendations. Hope to spend about a month there in the summer.....Thanks for your time in advance!
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You are correct the State Parks have no hookups but some have dump stations. As for RV parks it is something that we do not visit so other opinions will be needed.
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You are correct the State Parks have no hookups but some have dump stations. As for RV parks it is something that we do not visit so other opinions will be needed.
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Old 12-14-2020, 01:49 PM   #4
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I Seasonal at Horseshoe Acres in Andover Vt.
And you can checkout Abel Mountain Campground also
The owners use to camp with us
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I see you mentioned north central but In south/central VT is Winhall Brook COE small country towns, rivers, ponds for fishing including a river that cuts through the campground that you can go swimming in. Boarders the Green Mountain National Forest.

South side of the campground has about 22+ W/E sites but you have to cross a narrow bridge. (you should be okay with you 35'DP)

In the Northeast Kingdom check out Barrewood campground well maintained small country campground, fishing in the area

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We liked Lone Pine near Burlington.
We were on site 71, it was very nice.
We did day trips from there.
Here is a link to the map, you might need to join Evernote to see it.
I put all my RV park maps in Evernote
https://www.evernote.com/shard/s46/n...-cc2a9926753d/
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We stayed at Lake Champagne in Randolph Center. Nice country park good hook ups . Great manager and staff Good location to venture out to see most everything
Donít worry if they tell you to drive across the field to pull into your spot. Good solid grass covered ground

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We stayed at Lake Champagne in Randolph Center and really enjoyed it. Do not miss the Shelburne Museum.
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