Top RV Parks & Campgrounds in Vermont

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Forming part of the New England region, Vermont is a largely forested state that’s renowned for its natural beauty. It shares its borders with Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and New York, as well as the Canadian province of Quebec that lies to the north.
Abenaki and Mohawk tribes had inhabited the region for thousands of years before French colonists claimed the territory as part of New France in the 17th century. The Vermont Republic was established as an independent state during the American Revolutionary War and became the 14th state of the newly-established United States in 1791.
Marked by warm, humid summers and cold winters, Vermont is carved in two by the Green Mountains, with Lake Champlain lying to the west and the Connecticut River valley to the east. Thousands of acres of mountainous terrain and countless recreational trails make the state a deservedly popular place to rent an RV and appreciate the beauty of Mother Nature.
RV Camping in Vermont
If you want to visit the city of Burlington, there are plenty of places where you can bunk down for the night, including the seasonal North Beach Campground, which is just a short bike ride from the center of town. Alternatively, you can opt to stay at the Apple Island Resort, a big-rig-friendly Vermont RV park in the middle of Lake Champlain that features a hot tub and a heated pool.
A short drive northeast of Burlington, you’ll find the Brewster River Campground, a peaceful RV campground that lies along a gurgling stream. Aside from boasting hiking trails and fishing spots nearby, it’s also ideal for horseback riding, kayaking, and canoeing.
If you’re attending the annual Vermont Maple Festival in St. Albans, you can book a campsite at the Maple Grove Campground in nearby Fairfax. This peaceful RV park is small but spacious and particularly attractive during the changing colors of fall.
One of the best RV campgrounds in Vermont is the Sugar Ridge RV Village & Campground, which lies just a short drive from St Johnsbury and Darling State Park. Spend your days swimming in the pool, exploring the hiking trails, or enjoying horse-drawn wagon rides before challenging your family and friends on the 18-hole miniature golf course. Also nearby is the Moose River Campground, where you can take advantage of 30 or 50-amp electric sites, hot showers, and modern laundry facilities.
Nestled amidst 140 acres of tall white pines is the Tree Farm Campground, which lies in the southwest of Vermont on the doorstep of Muckross State Park. Aside from full hookups and hot showers, it features a dog park, a well-stocked library, and complimentary Wi-Fi. Not far away is the Half Moon Pond State Park campground, which includes a dump station and coin-operated hot showers.
Visiting the capital? Lake Champagne Resort is just a 30 minutes’ drive south of Montpelier and overlooks a crystal-clear lake framed by rolling hills. This pet-friendly RV park features several sports courts to keep kids entertained, as well as free Wi-Fi and a camp store. Also nearby is the Abel Mountain Campground, a well-maintained RV park near the White River.
Whether you want to be in the heart of Burlington or the middle of the peaceful countryside, book a camper rental in Vermont and start planning your visit to the Green Mountain State.

Hapgood Pond Recreation Area, VT


Hapgood Pond Recreation Area and Campground is situated next to its scenic namesake pond, 13 miles east of Manchester, Vermont. Visitors enjoy camping, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, swimming, and hiking.


The Hapgood Pond is a popular place for non-motorized boating, including canoeing and kayaking. A carry-down launch area is located on the south end of the pond. Fishing and swimming are also favorite activities. Hapgood boasts the Forest's only designated and managed swim beach. A fishing pier is located on the south shore. Hapgood Pond Trail begins in the day-use area and continues almost a mile around the north edge of the pond to the dam. A short spur trail follows a stream and winds through the woods around …
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Hapgood Pond Road, Peru, VT


Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Fishing, Swimming, Kayaking, Canoeing

Winhall Brook Campground, VT


Winhall Brook Camping Area is nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont along Winhall Brook and the West River, seven miles from Ball Mountain Lake. The campground has strong appeal to the outdoorsman at heart, offering hiking, biking and fishing opportunities in a beautiful natural setting.


The campground offers several waterways in which to fish and play. The West River and Winhall Brook are home to brook, rainbow and brown trout. Hiking and biking are popular summer activities with cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. The West River Trail stretches 16 miles along parts of the long-since-abandoned West River Railroad, providing a safe and scenic route for hiking, biking and cross country skiing in the winter …
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Winhall Station Road, Londonderry, VT


Educational programs, Camping, Hiking, Tubing, Wildlife viewing, Snowshoeing, Evening programs, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Interpretive programs, Swimming, Mountain biking, Water activities, Cross country skiing, Guided interpretive walks, Star gazing, Birding

Chittenden Brook Campground, VT


Chittenden Brook Campground is situated in a beautiful northern hardwoods forest, approximately seven miles from Rochester, VT. It is a small and semi-remote campground, perfect for those who seek a more tranquil camping experience.


With an abundance of well-maintained trails, mountain vistas, waterfalls, and streams, the Chittenden Brook area offers plentiful opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, swimming, river tubing, fishing, hunting, and more. The Chittenden Brook trail system starts at the campground and passes through a mature northern hardwood forest, along a pristine mountain stream, and past a beaver pond on its way to connecting with the Long Trail.


The campground offers 17 overnight sites for tent and small RV camping (maximum 18'). Each site has a …
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Chittenden, VT


Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Biking, Water sports

Moosalamoo Campground, VT


Moosalamoo Campground is a small remote campground located at the base of Mt. Moosalamoo, near Voter Brook. A large mowed grass field in the middle of the campground is good for a variety of activities, especially for groups with children. There are 19 campsites (including one host site), six vault toilets and potable water is available on site via a hand-pump.


The Moosalamoo National Recreation Area consists of 16,000 acres abounding with recreation opportunities. With over 70 miles of well-maintained trails, mountain vistas, waterfalls, lakes and streams, it offers opportunities for hiking, mountain biking, kayaking, swimming, fishing, hunting and more. Two hiking trails (Mt. Moosalamoo and Voter Brook) are connected to the campground loop and less than a …
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Unnamed Road, Salisbury, VT


Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Visitor center, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Winter sports, Water sports

Grout Pond Campground, VT


Grout Pond is a popular destination for camping, hiking, paddling, and fishing. Located in a beautiful mixed conifer and hardwood forest, the campground has 12 reservable sites and offers easy access to over 10 miles of mulituse trails.


Grout Pond offers a variety of recreation opportunities year-round. In the warmer months, fishing and non-motorized boating is popular on the pond. A 200-foot carry-in boat launch is accessible from an unloading pull-out just before the parking lot. 

Please help prevent the spread of non-native invasive species, such as Eurasian watermilfoil, by cleaning and drying your boat between each use.

Hiking is another popular activity at Grout Pond. Over 10 miles of relatively flat trails are accessible from the campground. …

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2538 Depot Street, Manchester Center, VT


Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Fishing, Day use area, Paddle boating, Water activities, Kayaking, Canoeing

Brattleboro North KOA, VT

If you are looking for a family-friendly RV camping location surrounded by beautiful nature, check out Brattleboro North KOA. The campground is located in southeastern Vermont near the shore of the Connecticut River, just west of the New Hampshire border. book an RV in Windham County.

Renting an RV will allow you to find the activities that fit your taste, from kayaking and swimming in the river to hiking in the Green Mountains. When you're RV camping at Brattleboro North KOA, you'll have access to amenities including Wi-Fi, cable TV, a game room, a swimming pool, playground, dog park, …

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Lake Bomoseen KOA, VT

Situated on the shores of Vermont’s largest lake, Lake Bomoseen KOA in Bomoseen offers a little patch of paradise near the state border with New York. It offers picturesque views of Lake Bomoseen and its surrounding forest where deer and moose roam, with fishing, canoeing, and hiking right on your doorstep. 

Camping at Lake Bomoseen KOA offers access to a range of pull-through RV sites, with the capacity for vehicles up to 75 feet in length. Wi-Fi and cable TV are provided for guests while propane and firewood are available for purchase on-site. 

At Lake Bomoseen KOA, there’s a swimming pool that’s open from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekend, as well as a kiddie pool and water slides that …

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Quechee / Pine Valley KOA, VT

Vermont is famous for its unspoiled nature and closeness to the ocean, making it a bucket list destination for campers hoping for new discoveries. Rent a camper near Quechee / Pine Valley KOA, and you’ll find yourself right next to the place where the White River meets with the Connecticut River. There are plenty of ways to relax at the campground, from swimming in the heated pool to watching cable TV and using the Wi-Fi to stay connected. Propane and firewood are available on-site, and the Kamping Kitchen is the place to be if you want to make a delicious meal. This pet-friendly campground has a fishing pond too.

Finding a site for your campervan rental is the first thing …

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Pine Hollow Campground, VT

Vermont is a state full of exploration opportunities, with world-class restaurants located in tiny towns, ski hills nestled down back roads, and an inviting atmosphere that makes you want to drive down a random road just to see what’s there. If you’re a fan of craft beer, Vermont has the most microbreweries per capita, so you’re sure to stumble upon a few if you just take a look around.

Vermont also has some world-class camping and is a favorite among vacationers in New England. If you’re renting an RV in southern Vermont, Pine Hollow Campground is one of the best options. Pine Hollow Campground is packed with great amenities, including water and electrical hookups, or full hookups if that’s what …

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Moose River Campground, VT

Vermont’s sparsely populated and infrequently visited northeast corner, known as the Northeast Kingdom, is the ideal location for camping with an RV. The only time tourism really picks up here is during the “leaf-peeping” season, when visitors from all around New England descend on the region to see the beautiful autumn colors. Its lack of tourists shouldn’t be taken as a measurement of its appeal though, but rather its remoteness. When you book an RV in Caledonia County, you’ll have access to a variety of cultural, historical, and nature-based activities and will not be short on things to do.

Fortunately, you can enjoy the beauty of the Northeast Kingdom while being just outside a city. Moose River Campground only …

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Limehurst Lake Campground, VT

A short drive south of Montpelier, the state capital of Vermont, Limehurst Lake Campground impresses guests with a whole host of features and a dreamy location. This lakeside RV park is an excellent place to take your next vacation. Surrounded by antique shops, fascinating museums, maple syrup farms, small villages, and inspiring forests, there'll be lots to see when you rent an RV near Limehurst Lake Campground.

At this family-friendly campground near Montpelier, you'll find secluded, spacious campsites in the forest or you can settle into a spot near the charming pond. In addition to RV-friendly spots with 30/50 amp service, there are rustic cottages for alternative lodging options.

The expanded country convenience store on-site carries several food items …

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Rest N' Nest Campground, VT

Any RV campers looking for an escape to Vermont should consider a trip to the Rest N' Nest Campground. There's plenty to do at this peaceful campground including using the swimming pool and riding the waterslide at the nearby pond. Kids will have a great time making friends at one of the playgrounds or playing video games in the rec hall. This Thetford campground is also only ten minutes' drive from an 18-hole golf course, making this the perfect vacation spot for avid golfers. The campground allows pets, so your four-legged friend won't feel left out of your vacation plans.

Camping at Rest N' Nest Campground is a peaceful and relaxing experience thanks to the beautiful surrounding forest. There are …

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Sugar Ridge RV Village & Campground, VT

Sugar Ridge RV Village and Campground is a stunning family-friendly RV park on 68 acres of pine and maple forests. Incredibly scenic during the camping season, Sugar Ridge offers something for guests of all ages. There are an arcade, a playground, and wagon rides. Other activities on offer include horseshoe pits, shuffleboard courts, and a basketball court. There are seasonal swimming pools and even an 18-hole miniature golf course. Enjoy a scenic walk or bike ride on one of the nature trails, or participate in arts and crafts, swim lessons, hikes, and other planned activities.

During the holidays, the RV campground has themed weekends with exciting events and activities. For your convenience, the campground has free hot showers, a laundromat, …

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Apple Island Resort, VT

On a medium-sized island in the middle of Lake Champlain, you can rent an RV near Apple Island Resort and opt to stay at this incredible campground in northern Vermont. Lake Champlain serves as a natural boundary between New York and Vermont, with views so magical you won’t need another reason to stay. There are, however, lots of additional perks the come along with camping at Apple Island Resort, including its proximity to Burlington, the largest city in Vermont with its own quirky vibe, and the nearby Canadian border that is brimming with seas of evergreen forests.

Once you arrive on the island, which is connected to the mainland by a bridge just off of Interstate 89, you can …

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Camping on the Battenkill, VT

As one of the most beautiful states in the country, there are plenty of reasons to visit Vermont. Make the most out of a trip here and book an RV rental near Arlington. Once you arrive, you can pull into a campsite at Camping on The Battenkill. While staying here, you can take advantage of the swimming area, a playground, open fields, ball games, and more, along with canoe rentals and a trout stream. RV campsites at Camping on The Battenkill are available with full or partial hookups. On-site, you'll have access to shower facilities and a camp store that stocks firewood and ice.

When you have the mobility of a motorhome rental, you can't just stay in one place. …

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Getaway Mountain Campground, VT

Looking for an easy-to-find RV park in southern Vermont, close to ski mountains, state parks, and picturesque New England villages? Getaway Mountain Campground is one of the nicest places to stay in the Green Mountain State, whether its summer, autumn, or winter. Just off of Interstate 91 close to the New Hampshire state line, Getaway Mountain Campground is nestled up alongside the gorgeous Connecticut River. Both the state capital, Burlington are easy enough to reach when you hit the road in your RV rental, so all the bases are covered while camping out in Vermont.

This campground is situated in a heavily forested area across a small country road from the fantastic Connecticut River. Privacy and peace …

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Abel Mountain Campground, VT

Mountaineers have known Vermont is a gold mine for generations, and it's an excellent place to go RV camping too. Book an RV rental near Braintree, VT, and you can camp at Abel Mountain Campground. It makes the perfect base camp to explore the region while also providing features and facilities to enjoy. Relax in the heated swimming pool, spend some quiet time in the library, take the kids to the playgrounds, or play basketball, tetherball, or shuffleboard.

The campsites at Abel Mountain Campground are available with full hookups or electric and water only connections for your RV rental, plus there's free WiFi to help you stay connected. Additional facilities include showers and laundry machines, and there's a camp store …

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Smoke Rise Campground, VT

When you park your RV rental at Smoke Rise Campground, you'll be within touching distance of sublime mountains, peaceful rivers, and verdant forests. As well as being close to some of the region's best countryside, Smoke Rise Campground has several amenities that will keep you entertained during your downtime. This well-equipped RV park features a swimming pool, a game room, and outdoor games such as shuffleboard and horseshoes. Brandon campers will also have access to free WiFi, and pets are welcome so your pup won't feel left out of your wilderness adventure.

Camping at Smoke Rise Campground is a relaxing experience with everything you'll need for the perfect vacation. There are over 70 all-weather campsites, over half of which provide …

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North Beach Campground, VT

With mountain ranges covered in lush vegetation and incredible lakes and rivers hiding among them, it is no wonder why Vermont is often high on travel wish lists. There is no better way to truly enjoy all its natural treasures than to book a rental RV and roam around at your own pace. When you need to park it and find a basecamp, do so at North Beach Campground, sitting on the shores of the scenic Lake Champlain in Burlington. You will find a range of amenities, including showers, restrooms, and a laundry facility. There is also a playground and beach access when you want to relax. Sites at North Beach Campground come with electric and water or full hookups, …

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Malletts Bay Campground, VT

A small state with a lot to offer, Vermont is an excellent place to visit during your next RV rental vacation. Rent an RV near Colchester and you can go camping at Malletts Bay Campground. This waterfront campground on Malletts Bay is on the east side of Lake Champlain and provides a pet-friendly atmosphere with swimming, fishing, a playground, and horseshoes. In addition to the recreational opportunities, the campsites at Malletts Bay Campground offer options for water and electrical hookups or full hookups with sewer connections. Staying connected continues with the free WiFi you can access here. There are also showers and laundry facilities on-site.

The best part about RV camping near Lake Champlain is the stunning scenery, though there's …

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