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Date of Stay:
October, 2013 -
A very nice park. We were here during the height of the 2013 fall leaf season and there were a lot of people here, but nowhere near full. This is a big park. It is kept clean and well attended to. The Halloween decorations at the gate were whimsical and well done. We found the staff to be very friendly and helpful. Most of the sites here are in an open field setting, but there are several in or under trees. Ask the staff when you check in for a shady site if you want one. The area around the park is rural and great for walking. Vermont's National Cemetery is nearby. No dogs allowed inside the gate, but there is a chapel worth seeing. Just adjacent to the park is Vermont Technical College. Small, but nice campus also worth a walk. Downtown There is a small General Store adjacent to the park that has many essentials. The owner is a bit of a character.The Post Office is next to the General Store. The town of Randolph is abt 4 miles away. There is a grocery store and two pharmacies. Village Pizza in the middle of town has great pizza. Just a couple of things on the negative side. The laundry has only two washers and dryers. There are two laundromats in nearby Randolph if you seek more capacity. It's a bit of a drive to get to the places where something is happening. The capitol at Montpelier is about 30 minutes north, and Burlington on Lake Champlain is an hour away. All in all we would return without hesitation. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Travel Trailer.