1 Park near Burlington, Vermont
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Looking at some of the other reviews I can understand their problems. We got lucky in site 15. Backed up to the woods, looking out over mowed lawn and trees. Very nice. Most interior roads are paved. Sites 1 thru 16 have more space and a better view than any other sites in the park. If you are travelling in a larger RV and they try to put you in 106 to 116 just say NO. The off air TV is good for the four major networks and the wifi worked pretty well. We would certainly stay here again if we could get the right site. - johns3
Jul 2015 - $45.00
My husband and I stumbled upon this campground by accident and we were so glad that we did! This campground is right on Lake Champlain in Burlington, VT and is not easy to find. Roads within the city of Burlington are narrow, so use caution when going through town.
As I said, the campground is not easy to find if you do not know the area, so be sure to get explicit directions to the campground. When entering the park, big rigs will not be able to clear the gatehouse entrance (height restriction), so campers are directed to enter the park through the Exit gate. Interior roads are dirt roads, a bit bumpy, so take your time to drive to your site. All sites at the campground appeared to be back-in only sites and are fairly small, as well as shaded, so satellite reception can be spotty. Site numbers 106 and 116 are not big-rig friendly, so stay away from them if at all possible. We have a 40' Class A motorhome and were assigned site #116. Thankfully my husband has driven big rigs in the past and knows how to maneuver well. It is a city park and does not boast any amenities; however, the views across the lake, beach, and Lake Champlain itself make up for that. Fire rings are permitted, but you cannot bring firewood into the park, you must purchase it there ($5.00 a bundle). Rates for camping were $45 for full hookup; $41 for water/electric; and $36 for tent camping. We stayed here for 2-nights in our Class A motorhome. - The Diesel Gypsies
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