Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $30.00
This is a nice RV park if you want to stay in this area. As stated in another review the park is owned by the RV dealership next door so some of the sites are filled with overflow from the lot. The host was great and made us feel welcome and let us pick the site that worked best for us. The road noise is fairly loud as it is right by the highway. Water hookups are quite a bit away if you have a mid-rig connection. We would stay here again. The Bragg Farm Sugarhouse is worth a visit nearby. We camped at Green Valley Campground in a Travel Trailer.
The park is next to US Route 2. Road noise was pretty bad during the day but mostly ended by 6 pm. Bart, the park manager, gave us excellent service - above and beyond the call of duty! Our toad had a bad wheel bearing and Bart followed me to the repair shop (Bill's Auto Repairs) and took me back to the park - a distance of some 25 miles. The shop owner came out the park to pick me up and take me back to the shop to pick up my car. The people of Vermont exemplify the meaning of "Southern hospitality". Friendly and helpful to the point of making you feel like family. We camped at Green Valley Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2011 - $26.00
Overnight stay $26 for water and electricity. They do have full hookups and Wi-Fi. Showers and bathrooms are old but clean. This campground is on route 2 right next to a camper dealer where if no one is at the office you will have to register. The campground is open year round and near places to tour like the Bragg Farm and Sugarhouse, Montpelier with Vermont’s capitol and a short drive to Waterbury where Ben and Jerry’s and many other attractions. They do have many seasonal campers who all state that they like the owners of the park. Sites are close together with not much privacy but we enjoyed our stay here and will return. We camped at Green Valley Campground in a Motorhome.