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With RV sites surrounded by a wooded environment, Country Village Campground is a quintessential Vermont destination perfect for RV camping. You will get to immerse yourself in the piney woods of Vermont while being within short driving distance to some of the state’s most visited state parks. With so much to see and explore in the Green Mountain State, the central location at Country Village Campground near Leicester, Vermont, will set you up for your New England adventure.
The RV sites at Country Village are wooded, providing an additional sense of privacy. While RV camping at Country Village, you will have access to restroom and shower facilities that will make your stay even more comfortable. Not only that, but the entire RV campground is labeled as a “Vermont Green Business,” making it one of the most eco-friendly businesses in the entire state.
As you make yourself comfortable at Country Village, you can also take advantage of the multiple amenities on-site. You can enjoy the on-site pool or even challenge your travel companions to a game of basketball or shuffleboard. There's never a dull moment at this family-friendly Vermont campground either; Country Village fills its weekends with a variety of events for its guests, such as music festivals, cook-outs, and plenty more.
Those who want to indulge in the beauty of the Green Mountain State can head up the road to Branbury State Park near Brandon. You can immerse yourself in the lush greenery of this New England state. Head out on the hiking and nature trails that wind through this 69-acre oasis, and you'll feel worlds away. Or instead, you can slather on some sunscreen and lounge on the 1,000-foot sandy beach at Lake Dunmore. If you would rather explore the park from the water, you can rent a canoe, kayak, or even a stand-up paddleboard and head out onto the lake.
Just over the state line into New York, you’ll stumble across the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness Area near Ticonderoga. Within the Adirondack Forest Preserve, the Pharaoh Lake Wilderness is filled with lakes, ponds, streams, valleys, and mountains just waiting to be explored. Lake lovers should head to Pharaoh Lake. The 400-acre behemoth of a lake is one of the largest in the Adirondack region. Visitors can enjoy swimming in the cool waters, trying their luck to catch some freshwater fish, or simply taking a stroll around the lakeshore. Those who would rather enjoy the wilderness from dry land should challenge themselves with a hike up Pharaoh Mountain, the largest in the wilderness region. You will treat yourself to a stunning view of the Adirondacks as you gaze down at the valleys and streams.
Back in northern Vermont, you can turn toward Camel’s Hump State Park near Richmond for a great day trip. This is a park well-suited for more experienced adventurers. The park is almost entirely undeveloped. Additionally, the majority of the park is centered around the mountain, so get ready for a challenging hike up to the summit of Camel’s Hump. Once you reach the top, you can look out across the rest of the Green Mountain State and peer down at the emerald green sea of forestland below.
History and military lovers will delight in a day trip to Fort Ticonderoga, just across the border in New York. This historic French fort was completed in 1758 to stand against the British. On the southern shores of Lake Champlain, Fort Ticonderoga has changed hands several times throughout its history and has withstood multiple attacks. When you visit, you can learn all about the history, watch re-enactments, and stroll through the museum halls.
Lovers of art and Americana should plan to visit the Norman Rockwell Museum of Vermont. This museum is dedicated specifically to Norman Rockwell’s “Vermont years,” however, you will still get to see works from other periods of his career. With more than 2,500 works of Rockwell’s art in the collection, there is plenty to take in. You can even go home with a print of one of your favorite pieces.
Those traveling with kids can enjoy a day spent at the Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum. Kids can work to build their own moving vehicles, let their imagination run free at the arts and crafts table, play at the make-believe farmers market, and more. The museum also hosts a variety of events for kids and families to add an extra element of fun to the day, such as dress-up days, art days, and engineering days.
When it comes time to refuel and restock your rental motorhome, you'll find a couple of grocery stores and gas stations near the campground. More options are located along US-7.
There’s a reason the Vermont maple syrup is famous. While you’re traveling through the state, you can sample some. Whether you indulge in some maple candy, maple glazed meat, or even a giant bottle of maple syrup to take home with you, you can get your fill of this natural sugary treat.