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Brattleboro North KOA
1238 US Route 5  East Dummerston, Vermont
17 CampedThere Reviews

Guests describe this campground as peaceful, friendly, super clean, a good value, convenient, and in an area with much to do. Such comments have supported the park earning the KOA President’s and Founder’s awards five years (just announced - now six!) in a row. All of the spacious RV sites are pull-through and tent/small camper sites are pull or back in. All have free cable (70+ channels) and at site Wi-Fi and most have a mature shade tree. Lodging includes five sweet cabins with bathrooms, cable-TV, refrigerators, one superior log cabin, with cable-TV and refrigerator, and a fully equipped 38’long rental trailer. Check out our great Hot Deals that vary by the season for the best value. While here, enjoy the swimming pool, multiple playgrounds (two for humans, one for pets), game room, and free planned events like ice cream socials, outdoor movies, and kids’ games. Walk next door to the farm stand for fresh vegetables, baked goods, and flowers. Hiking trails are a short walk from the campground. Venture out for nearby river or mountain recreation including kayaking, tubing, swimming, hiking and biking. Share in the thrill of the Alpine Slide and Zip Rider at Bromley Sun Mountain Adventure Park. Find your heart’s desire in a funky downtown Brattleboro shop or Putney artist’s studio or check out famous stores such as Basketville, the Vermont Country Store, and the new Kringle Candle complex. Celebrate the visual and performing arts and sustainable agriculture in Brattleboro and at local festivals. Enjoy the beauty of the Green Mountains, the pace of the quaint villages, and of course, the variety of covered bridges that span our clear rivers and streams.

Lake Bomoseen KOA
18 Campground Drive  Bomoseen, Vermont
3 CampedThere Reviews

Vermont’s largest lake takes center stage at this new KOA.  Choose your patch of paradise – a 75-foot-long pull thru, Deluxe Cabin or a secluded tent site – then settle in near the lakeshore to enjoy the peaceful views of Lake Bomoseen and its surrounding forest.  A fleet of rental boats gets you out on the water.  Putter around in a pontoon boat, glide along the shoreline in a canoe or set out in a fishing boat to cast for bass, northern pike and trout.  You’ll find plenty of activity on shore too.  Everyone loves the pool complex with its large swimming pool, kiddie pool, whirlpool and waterslides.  Indoor and outdoor movies, mini golf, hayrides and theme weekends add to the fun.  Groups will appreciate the large rec hall and covered patio area.  The surrounding woods are home to deer and moose, which occasionally wander through the campground.  Attractions such as Six Flags and Fort Ticonderoga historic park in New York are within an hour’s drive.

Lone Pine Campsites
52 Sunset View Rd  Colchester, Vermont
1 CampedThere Reviews

Quechee / Pine Valley KOA
3700 Woodstock Road  White River Junction, Vermont
33 CampedThere Reviews

Mention the Gateway to New England and the Quechee KOA comes to mind. Otherwise known as the "Gateway KOA" we are nestled in the breathtaking Upper Valley of Central Vermont. In addition to our spacious, level Big Rig friendly pull thru's we have multiple lodging choices in our beautiful deluxe cabins. We make it easy for you to stretch out, unwind and create your base camp to explore New England. We are an award winning, highly rated KOA within an hour's drive of a multitude of destinations and serve as home base for travelers exploring all of New England.

Not only are we famous for our Quechee Gorge, "The Little Grand Canyon of New England," we are also famous for our annual Quechee Balloon Festival which takes place every June on Father's Day Weekend. Thrill seekers can catch a ride on a hot air balloon in scenic Quechee or if museums are your desire the Billings Farm & Museum and the Marsh Billings Rockefeller National Historic Park are in nearby historic Woodstock. The Montshire Museum of Science rated one of the top 25 science centers in the country by Parent Magazine is a neighbor, as well as the Vermont Institute of Natural Science which has a fantastic Raptor Exhibit featuring the Northeast's largest collection of birds of prey.

Numerous food destinations abound, including the notorious Ben & Jerry's ice cream factory, and King Arthur Flour which has an onsite factory, café, baker's store and baking education center. Local breweries, Long Trail and Harpoon, are "adult destination" favorites.

Want to stretch your legs? The Appalachian Trail and the renowned Long Trail of VT will keep the novice as well as the avid hiker busy. Of course, you can always relax back at camp in one of our sparkling cabins, take a swim in the heated pool, fish in our trout pond or just sit and enjoy the shaded breeze from the trees. Make us your home base to see New England and it won't take long to realize why visitors call us the "Gateway KOA!"

Check in for RV's and Tent's: 1:00 p.m. Check in for Cabins & Lodges: 3:00 p.m.

Check out: 12:00 Noon Visitor Day Fee:Adults 18 and over $7.50, children $5.00 Visitor Overnight Fee: Adults 18 and over $10.00, children $5.00 Holiday Weekends including Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day and Columbus Day require a 3 night minimum stay. **The Quechee Hot Air Balloon Festival requires a prepaid 2 night minimum stay & has a 14 day cancellation policy in order to receive a refund.** *We ask all guests to assist us in our recycling efforts. A complimentary recycle bag is provided at check in.

Abel Mountain Campground
354 Mobile Acres Rd  Randolph, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Alburgh Rv Resort & Travel Sls
Blue Rock Rd  Alburgh, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Allis State Park
284 Allis State Park Rd  Randolph, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Bormoseen State Park
271 N Main St # 215  Rutland, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Branbury State Park
3570 Lake Dunmore Rd  Brandon, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Brewster River Campground
110 Campground Dr  Jeffersonville, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Button Bay State Park
5 Button Bay State Park  Vergennes, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Camp Skyland
398 South St  South Hero, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

229 Depot Rd  Townshend, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Campground & Cottage Hillcrest
686 Basin Harbor Rd  Vergennes, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Camping On The Battenkill
48 Camping On Battenkill  Arlington, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Caton Place Campground
2419 East Rd  Cavendish, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Common Acres Campground
1781 VT 100  Hyde Park, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Common Ground Ctr
473 Tatro Rd  Starksboro, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

Coolidge State Park
855 Coolidge State Park Rd  Plymouth, Vermont
1 CampedThere Reviews

Country Village Campground
40 US Route 7  Brandon, Vermont
0 CampedThere Reviews

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