Originally Posted by EZDZIT
We are planning a trip to Vermont in Fall, 2017. Please tell me about SR 107 between Rutland and Royalton. Is it suitable for our 39' DP with toad pickup? Also, are there any nice FHU campgrounds along the way? Thanks
That route was curvy but OK prior to the flooding from Irene a few years ago (Google Vermont 107 flooding for some YouTube videos of the devastation). The entire road along the river was wiped out. We have not been on it since it was restored. You will have a significant climb in the Killington area on Rt. 4. We took that route a few times with a 40' DP plus toad.
There aren't any FHU campgrounds along that route (I'm not sure there are even any campgrounds at all along that stretch). Further north Lake Champagne in Randoph Center and Abel Mountain in Braintree have some FHU sites. Lake Champagne only has a handful of 50 amp sites and you will be on grass. Wifi is very good; they do charge extra per day if you want to run your A/C or electric heat (this is actually a pretty common charge in New England). You WILL need a reservation (and keep in mind the campground, as do most in the northeast, closes on Columbus Day, IIRC). There's also a KOA in Quechee/White River Junction that has FHU sites and 50 Amp.