Barrewood Campground

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Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Barrewood Campground is a family-friendly RV campground on the shore of Taft Brook in northern Vermont, close to the border with Canada. In the town of Westfield, it is only a short drive away from Troy, and a few minutes' drive from Lowell. The campground is surrounded by magnificent nature, beautiful forests, and rivers. There are also two vast lakes that you can visit when motorhome camping at Barrewood Campground. One is Lake Champlain, with the city of Burlington on its shore, and Lake Memphremagog, a freshwater glacial lake with Newport nestled on the shore.

The campsites at Barrewood Campground have full hookups for your RV rental, as well as tent camping sites and pull-through sites. Every campsite is spacious with some shaded areas, great for picnicking and relaxing. This pet-friendly Vermont campground has great walking trails where you can take your pets for a walk and play. There are also a camp store, clean restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities. If you are traveling with kids, they will love the pool, playgrounds, and recreational areas that this camp provides. WiFi and cell signals are available.

When you book an RV rental in Orleans County, Vermont, you'll have easy access to numerous recreational opportunities, including fishing on the river, boating, and swimming. Forests offer a lot of beautiful views and wonderful hiking and biking trails. Vermont's scenery is stunning all year round, and it is especially impressive to visit in the winter when you can also enjoy skiing or in the summer when you can enjoy backpacking, swimming, and more.

The Great Outdoors

Jay State Forest is only about 20 minutes' drive away when you are motorhome camping at Barrewood Campground. This beautiful forest offers many outdoor recreational opportunities, including skiing, which is one of the most popular ones. The forest is home to an excellent ski resort where you can enjoy winter sports like skiing, snowboarding, sledding, and more, on several different terrains. Year-round, you can explore this forest by hiking and enjoy scenic views from mountain peaks.

Long Trail State Forest is approximately half an hour's drive southwest of the campground. Here you'll have the opportunity to enjoy beautiful nature year-round while hiking, wildlife watching, fishing, and hunting. The forest is home to a section of Long Trail, which is one of the oldest hiking trails in the U.S. The trail is almost 300 miles long and has been maintained by the Green Mountain Club since 1909. There are several mountain peaks in this forest, including Dewey’s Dome, Haystack Mountain, Bowen Mountain, and more. Belvidere Pond is in the forest and has lots of fish and wildlife. Some of the animals you can see in the forest include moose, deer, black bear, beaver, bobcat, and more.

Big Falls State Park is only about 15 minutes' drive north of the campsites at Barrewood Campground. This beautiful park features beautiful waterfalls, natural swimming pools, and hiking trails. Here you can go swimming, fishing, nature observing, or take stunning photos from observation areas. This large waterfall is located on the Missisquoi River, and the views are incredible on each side. You can explore the area on foot or have a picnic when you visit this scenic state park near Barrewood Campground.

Exploring the City

Just a short drive from the RV campground, there is an amazing indoor water park in a ski resort at Jay State Forest. If you are in the mood for fun and relaxation during your RV camping trip, this is a place to visit. Here you can swim, climb rocks, enjoy slides, and so much more, regardless of the time of year. The park features epic water slides, a surfing simulator, and a lazy river. There's a children's splash area too, plus indoor hot tubs and pools.

Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium is located in Saint Johnsbury, less than an hour's drive southeast of Barrewood Campground. The museum is located inside a beautiful Victorian building. Displays feature many historical and natural artifacts, science projects, dolls, toys, animals, and more.

If you want to learn about local history and what life was like for the first settlers in Vermont, visit the Ethan Allen Homestead Museum in Burlington. The museum is located at the site of Ethan Allen’s house, where you can join an interactive exhibition and learn how to perform daily tasks as a homesteader. This 18th-century home has many historical artifacts, photographs, and objects you can see and use. Take a walk around the estate or follow the guided tour when you visit.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Jay Peak Trail, VTJay State Forest, VT
  • Burnt Mountain, VTJay State Forest, VT
  • Mount Norris, VTCraftsbury, VT
  • Devil's Gulch Trail, VTJohnson, VT
  • Belvidere Mountain, VTJohnson, VT
  • Lake Willoughby Scenic Drive, VTNewport, VT
  • Owl's Head Trail, QCMansonville, QC
  • Mount Singer Summit Trail , VTMont Echo-Les Sentiers de L'Estrie, VT
  • Laraway Mountain Trail, VTJohnson, VT
  • Green River Reservoir, VTElmore State Park, VT

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