1 Park near Burlington, Vermont
Jul 2015 - $41.00
We are nearing the end of a 90-day cross-country trip and can safely say that our stay here was the worst of the trip. Of almost any trip, for that matter. Terribly overcrowded--the "sites" weren't even that, really. Just power poles in grass with no attempt to trim trees. We had folks cutting through our "site" nonstop. Noise, smoke, and bug levels off the chart. Not made for anything but tenters, in my opinion. (And having to drive through the exit because campers don't fit through the entrance is a very big confirmation of this point.) We were lucky to get out of there with only minor tree branch scrapes and not be stuck in the mud of our "site." Cannot figure out what in the heck the $41 fee is for. - JCLC
Jun 2015 - $45.00
North Beach Campground was a nice location to enjoy what Burlington, Vermont had to offer. Getting there was a challenge because the roads are very narrow and our Garmin had us taking roads with speed bumps. Once we arrived we realized the site we booked online was going to be challenge to park in. Site 16 is in the back, which judging by the online map and inputting our RV size into the online reservation program, should have been no problem. After about 45 minutes of trying to line up in the site, we felt once we disconnected our fifth wheel we might not get hooked back up. The site is way too small for a 35' fifth wheel. I went to the office to let them know about the issue and fortunately they had a cancellation and put us in a much bigger site. We were able to get in no problem but had a adjust a bit in order to get our hookups made while getting the slides open.
Once completed, we enjoyed the city of Burlington. The park is a part of the beach so about a minute walk to the sand. Even with all the traffic going to the beach, the park was still relatively quiet. If we return to Burlington we would consider staying again. - pfogleboch
Jun 2015 - $45.00
If you are traveling in or towing a vehicle over 11' feet beware. You will not be able to enter the park through the main entrance. You will be directed to enter through a gate that says Do Not Enter. After registering and entering the campground we found our site. The site we were in was very tight for a 40' RV. The roads are all gravel/dirt. It rained the whole day we were there and the roads became a little muddy. If we ever come back this way we will not stay in this park. It is to pricey. - Rick & Carol