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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 in addition to firewood, propane, and camping gear, adding some convenience to your stay at Limehurst Lake Campground. The fishing/swimming pond and its sandy beaches provide most of the entertainment for guests, but there is more to this charming RV park too. You can rent a boat to explore the pond, play horseshoes with friends, grab a snack at the snack shack, walk your pet at the dog park, play some games in the game/recreation room, or hike through the enchanting forest bordering the campground.
When you rent a travel trailer near Limehurst Lake Campground in tiny Williamstown, there are many outdoor spaces to visit nearby, and even more in the northern part of the state if you are eager to take a road trip.
Ainsworth State Park is a few miles south of town, making it a fabulous spot to start off your tour of the Green Mountain State. What’s not to love at this secluded park in the woods? Between the cascading waterfalls, hiking trail system, full-service campground, and impressive views from the top of the 2,000-foot-high St. Peter’s Dome overlooking the Columbia River, there are tons of reasons to bring your campervan rental for a trip to this nearby park.
Little River State Park and Camel’s Hump State Park also provide you with the chance to see some of the most incredible natural areas Vermont has to offer. Both parks are found to the northwest of Montpelier, close to the city of Burlington. Little River State Park has everything you could hope for, like a massive campground with cabins and RV-friendly camping sites. The park straddles the Waterbury Reservoir, so fishing, swimming, boating, hiking, biking, and even ice skating are all on the menu depending on the time of year.
Camel’s Hump State Park is one of the largest and best-known parks in all of Vermont, sharing a name with its most prominent feature. Camel’s Hump is a fantastic place to hike and climb, especially if you hope to see the unbeatable views of the area, especially in the middle of autumn when the fall foliage is vibrant.
The largest nature area in the state, Green Mountain National Forest, cannot be missed when you're camping at Limehurst Lake Campground, as it features some of the most amazing mountains and hiking trails in New England. You can hike and climb in this sprawling forest, but it is perhaps best known for snowboarding and skiing in the wintertime.
Williamstown doesn't have a lot of sightseeing opportunities, but the nearby state capital is an excellent place to explore when you book an RV in Orange County. Montpelier is only 15 miles north of Limehurst Lake Campground, so it'll be easy to spend a day here. Check out the gorgeous Vermont State House, a beautiful capitol building with a golden dome and stunning neoclassical architectural style. This small, unimposing governmental building is great for tours and photography.
If you like history, the Vermont Historical Society is based in Montpelier at the Vermont Historical Society Museum. Housed in a frontier-style building dating back centuries, is only a stone’s throw from the state capitol building. See some historical treasures and artifacts while touring this lovely space, with the help of knowledgeable docents with a passion for the past.
For more sightseeing, you can visit the Ethan Allen statue, which is found in front of the capitol building. Ethan Allen was a founding father and one of Vermont’s most famous sons. This marble statue is one of the most famous in New England, celebrating the life of a great man. The Historic Montpelier Train Station further adds to the town’s mystique, showcasing old-time architecture in an already lovely city.
After exploring the capital city, you can extend your explorations of the region by heading to the big city of Burlington over on Lake Champlain, less than an hour's drive away when you're camping at Limehurst Lake Campground.