This is a great CG. The staff are friendly and helpful, they have canoes and lake kayaks for rent, a nice swimming pool, and some nice short hiking trails. The roads are paved and the sites are grass. They have some issues with drainage after big rains and the second loop seems to have more wet sites than the 1st loop. We had ok Verizon Mi-Fi when there weren't too many people in the campground. The pay showers cost $1 for 10 minutes of hot water well worth it. Minimum is $.5 for 5 minutes. You are right on the the lake in a very rural setting low noise and light pollution. Take advantage of the various programs they have available. We'd come back here again in heart beat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Button Bay State Park, Ferrisburgh, Vermont Friday – September 9, 2011. No hookups There are 55 campsites here located in two loops most on grass and if they have had heavy rains like after the hurricane some are underwater. This campground is located down some back roads that are very scenic and when you arrive it is beautiful looking out over Lake Champlain and the mountains of New York in the distance. We were there for one overnight on a beautiful sunny day with the temperature around 80 degrees the second week in September. Bathrooms were very clean and like all Vermont State Parks showers are pay. Vermont charges $20 for sites with a view and $18 if you are you do not. There is a swimming pool in the park during the summer months, a playground, picnic area. It is located 6 miles off of route 7 in western Vermont. We would return if we were in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.