1 Park near Bennington, Vermont
Aug 2015 - $37.00
Located next to the old Prospect Mountain ski area, this campground has a great mix of wide open spaces and smaller rig camping tucked into the trees and hills. Several nice ponds are located on the grounds and a river walk thru a meadow is a nice touch. Our pull thru site was long and level with reasonable spacing. Water pressure was very good and the 50a electric stable. Our site did not have sewer but there is an easily accessible dump station. Wi-Fi was decent. The owners were very friendly and welcoming. Work was actively being done to upgrade the septic system. The lodge was undergoing some renovation and operates as a hostel also. We will definitely come back again. - Born2Roam
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Beautiful park! Hosts are very friendly! The camping fee INCLUDES taxes. Wonderful pull-thru site. Very pet friendly! When you arrive, the door says office upstairs, this is a real steep staircase, so I went in to register since my spouse cannot do stairs. Immediately the owner told me to have my spouse pull around to the back where it is totally handicap accessible. If we could we would have stayed here more than a week! - DigMyPast
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This campground is a true mountain getaway. There's trails, swimming, paddleboats, volleyball, and of course the usual camping amenities. In the common area of the office building (where the owners also live upstairs) there are boardgames and brochures for local attractions.
Verizon coverage is weak at best and AT&T is non-existent. Camp wifi is about 1 Mbit when camped very close to the office. Within the office/common area that goes as high a 3 Mbit.
The proprietors are very nice, upbeat and helpful. There is a leash-free area for dogs with access to the swimming pond. It really is a very nice place to camp for a restful, peaceful stay.
Bennington is the nearest town and is about 8 miles away. There is a general store down the access road and across the state highway with some basic provisions.
Driving from the west involves climbing up an 8% grade for about 3 miles. Coming in from the east has several hills over the course of about 30 miles to the interstate, but none are quite as steep. - Outlaw Pilots