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Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.

Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

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.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

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

Truck Camper

If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.

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This park lies in the central portion of the state, less than 10 miles from the border with New Hampshire. The Ottaquechee River formed the gorge and continues to run through the site to this day. The nearest town is the small hamlet of Quechee, while the nearest larger town is Lebanon, NH found less than 15 miles to the east. The state's capital, Montpelier, VT, is located over 50 miles to the north.

This park is largely forested and runs the length of the gorge, and along the river. Numerous activities are available at this scenic site, including hiking, camping, fishing, picnicking, swimming and snow sports during the winter season. This area is also a prime place to enjoy the fall leaf colors that northern New England is well-known for.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at this park will give you the chance to enjoy all the activities it makes available. The cool Vermont waters make for prime fishing opportunities. The picturesque views available at this site make for a fine place to enjoy a picnic lunch as well if you're looking to extend your stay a bit.

Hiking trails traverse the length of the gorge. From the bridge site, visitors can hike to the top of the gorge to the site of a hydroelectric dam. They can also hike to the gorge's southern opening where the river emerges from the mouth of the canyon. Scenic views of the entire gorge are offered via the bridge that spans it. Winter sports, such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, can also be enjoyed, using these trails, when the snow flies.

The river makes swimming sites available as well. These are mostly enjoyed near the southern mouth of the gorge where the flow of the water slackens after it exits the canyon walls. Visitors should be aware the water flows much more quickly through the gorge as its path is constrained.

Camping at Quechee State Park

This park makes camping with an RV very enjoyable. A stay at the park will allow guests to easily access all the activities available here.

Numerous campsites are available at this park that can accommodate a variety of sizes of RVs. Hookups are not offered at the campground. An unusual lodging opportunity offered here is lean-to's. These structures are composed of three walls and one side that is left open to the elements. Pets are welcomed throughout the park as well so feel free to bring Meggie.

The campground makes flush toilets, coin-operated showers, and bathhouses with warm and cold water available for campers. A playground is provided for children to enjoy as well. As it makes many activities easy to access, many people enjoy RV camping at Quechee State Park, so services should be available if you need them.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Windsor County, you will find a slew of unique attractions to enjoy. There are plenty of interesting sites available to tour nearby. The Main Street Museum is in Hartford. The site has exhibits that feature the works of local artists and change throughout the year. The Route 4 Glassblowing Studio is located in the town as well. At this site, visitors can watch artisans create works made of blown glass in a workshop. State park RV camping will let you enjoy numerous sites found throughout the nearby area.

The Vermont Institute of Natural Science (VINS) Nature Center is also found in nearby Hartford, VT. This site features exhibits regarding the wildlife and ecosystems common to the local area. It also offers nature trails that allow guests can experience the nearby forestland. There is an Avian Rehab center on-site and presentations are given on the various birds that are housed there.

A common site found in this area is the presence of covered bridges. Many of these date back to the days when wagons were the primary mode of travel in the local area. The Quechee Bridge, also in Hartford, is an example of these picturesque structures. It spans the same river that cuts through the gorge and provides scenic views of a nearby dam. Several locally-owned and artisan restaurants dot the local region as well. There are also plenty of stores that will make for easy stops if a refill in supplies is needed.

If you've been looking to enjoy a relaxing vacation in Vermont's Green Mountains, that offers a wide variety of recreational activities, consider camping at Quechee State Park. Go for a hike, catch a fish in the river and tour some of the local, covered bridges. Camp in an RV near Quechee and enjoy exploring New England.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Quechee Gorge Dewey Pond Trail, VTQuechee State Park, VT
  • Quechee Road Across the Watershed, VTQuechee State Park, VT
  • Eshqua Bog Natural Area, VTWoodstock, VT
  • Mount Tom, VTWoodstock, VT
  • The Pogue Trail, VTWoodstock, VT
  • Mount Peg Foot and Bridal Trails, VTWoodstock, VT
  • Faulkner Trail, VTWoodstock, VT
  • Mount Tom via Faulkner Trail, VTWoodstock, VT
  • Boston Lot Lake, VTNorwich, VT
  • Appalachian Trail: Norwich, VTNorwich, VT

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