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Venture deep into the Green Mountains when you rent a camper near Kenolie Village Campground located at the mountain's foothills in southern Vermont. With more than 100 sites with water and electric hookups (50/30 amp service), an on-site dumping station, and a range of amenities for a comfortable stay, you won’t have to rough it here even as you’re surrounded by nature.
Wooded and open sites welcome rental RVs and travel trailers measuring up to 40 feet in length. Newfane campers can also maximize their living space as spots are wide enough to accommodate slide-outs and awnings. Picnic tables and fire rings are installed at each campsite so you can spend time enjoying meals outdoors. Flush toilets, hot showers, and a laundry room will make your stay here even more convenient.
Pay a bit more, and you can get cable TV and phone service. Connect to wireless internet near the office where you can also buy camping supplies. At the on-site store, you can purchase snacks, ice and ice cream, firewood, and other basic items. As a family-friendly campground in southern Vermont, kids will find plenty of fun at the swings, slides, and on the ball field. And pets need not be left behind as long as they are on a leash.
Adult campers will find shuffleboard and horseshoes entertaining. On big weekends, Bingo, BBQs, campfires, and music are planned. The pavilion can be rented for large events if you come here to celebrate. With the West River only a short walk away from the campground, you may want to launch a canoe, sink a line, or find an area deep enough to swim.
From Newfane, you can easily explore nearby towns like Brattleboro (where the southern terminus of the Long Trail starts), Townshend, and Dummerston via the 30-mile scenic West River Trail (WRT). Laid on a former railbed, the trail affords stunning views of golden Vermont hills. Take time to admire the Riverstone Preserve found along the WRT and see the rare riverine cobblestone ecosystem scoured by ice.
Less than half an hour’s drive from your campsite at Kenolie Village Campground, the 1,000-acre Townshend State Forest sets aside half of its acreage to deer wintering habitat. The oak forest at the top of Bald Mountain provides a food source not only for deer but also for turkeys and bears in fall. Avid hikers looking for a challenging route will find the Bald Mountain Hiking Trail’s 1,200-foot elevation change exhilarating. Naturally, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing are also popular pursuits in the area.
Farther away is the Green Mountain National Forest, about 45 minutes’ drive west when you camp in an RV near Newfane. This is the ultimate destination in the area for hikers looking for an epic trail. Spanning 900 miles, the trail system includes sections of legendary hikes like the Appalachian National Scenic Trail and the North Country Scenic Trail. Mountain bikers are not left behind with nearly 150 miles of trail set aside for them. There are also trails groomed for alpine and Nordic commercial skiing, as well as innumerable lakes and streams offering fishing opportunities and water-based activities.
Put your Newfane campervan rental to good use and follow the Vermont State Route 125 (aka Middlebury Gap Road) that takes you on a 16-mile drive through the national forest. One look at the natural beauty of the area, and you will understand what inspired Frost’s poetry. Take some time to admire the Middlebury Gap, where a scenic waterfall, a picnic area, and an interpretive nature trail are worth a stop.
A stroll around downtown Newfane will take you to some of the handsome structures representing styles as varied as Greek Revival, Federal, and Victorian. Step inside the Windham County Historical Museum on Main Street to browse Civil War and West River Railroad artifacts. As you’ll likely drive to Brattleboro for fuel, take some time to admire the Williamsville covered bridge outside of town. Built in the 1870s, the bridge spans the Rock River and is the last one standing in Newfane.
Witness how locals celebrate rural life, local food, and family farmers when you camp with your rental motorhome at Kenolie Village Campground in June for Brattleboro’s Strolling of the Heifers Parade, a gentler take on Spain’s Running of the Bulls. The parade highlights a contingent of strolling Heifer calves adorned with accessories and flowers and led through Main Street by schoolchildren. If you’ve always fancied a rural escape, this is also the best time to book an RV rental in Windham County for a tour around the area’s farms.
Experience New England's charm and combine it with outdoor thrills on this Green Mountain State adventure. Search for a rental RV in Newfane, Vermont today, and start making memories. Abundant – and verdant – surprises await.