17 Parks near Groton, Vermont
Sep 2011 - $18.00
Overnight stay $18 no hookups, 27 campsites, 23 lean-to shelters, 5 cabins, This is one of at least 4 campgrounds in this forest all on different lakes. 17 miles of hiking trails and a multi-use trail trail over 20 miles used for biking, walking, snowmobiling, and horseback riding. It is in the wilderness but it is beautiful in the forest. We were in a RV loop of about 5 sites and since we are only 25 feet we did not have any problems backing into the sites. The RV loop is not on the water but most of the other loops for tenting are. Check in was quick and easy and the bathrooms were clean. Off of interstate 89 this is about a 20 mile drive on some twisting roads that go up and down the Mountains. - gsnakehill
Oct 2016 - $20.00
This is Vermont ! The GPS sent us to the State Park instead of here.
Quiet, no one was there to check in.
There weren't any level lots, We had to switch our sleeping arrangements around. Our lot probably had a 30 degree downward slope.
There were about 5 people in the whole park that night. Everyone was a permanent except for us.
The stars were beautiful! No tv service, no phone service just peace and quiet after a long drive from Ont Canada that day.
The bathrooms do not have any heat so the showers didn't appear to have been used for awhile. It was COLD in them thar hills!!!
If your going to stay for awhile bring a book. - SubVet SSBN619
May 2016 - $29.00
Clean, quiet and very friendly helpful owner. Had some problems with our van and helped us find a dealer to help. WiFi poor unless you go to the porch of the main building. No shade, no level pads just grass to park on. - Moose and Squirrel
Aug 2015 - $14.00
This is a jewel of a park, located in a beautiful area. You look out your door and see mountains and forest. The owners are easy to work with, they keep the park beautiful and well maintained. They have one area where horses can be kept while camping. It is quiet and other campers were friendly and respectful. I would love to go again and spend time. You do have to travel up a mountain road to get to the park, but so worth it. - dldw1954
Oct 2016 - $37.00
This park had heavily-potholed entry roads, traffic noise and no Wi-Fi. Our 30-amp, no sewer site delivered only 109 volts of electricity. The few spots with 50 amp and sewer were occupied by long-term customers. A bridge on the only access road had a 27,000 pound limit, a legalism frequently ignored to judge by the Class A motor homes in the park. Our satellite dish had no problems. Verizon phone/internet service was spotty. - Mtmoi
Aug 2006 - $20.00
Small campground along large stream under scattered tree canopy, some open meadow sites. Minimal road noise, very peaceful with mountain views. Convenient to Montpelier (12 miles), as well as Cabot Cheese tour, Barre granite tour, & several maple sugar shacks. Does have a 1 lane bridge w wt limit of 24,000 lbs (as best I remember), otherwise would be big rig friendly. Open April to October, phone 802-426-3232 - readontheroad
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We came for an overnight stop and ended up staying a week! It was so comfortable & relaxing & the owners and other campers were so nice and friendly. We watched the colors change every day from our perch on the ridge between the hills & valleys. A great place to stay & go for day trips! - Phat Caat
Sep 2016 - $30.00
I have stayed here a few times and always have been satisfied. Very country setting. Lots of trees and a great location to take visits to Central Vermont. Great wifi , some tv available with antenna. Very helpful owners and a nice cozy clubhouse. - Bart Foster
Aug 2016 - $21.00
The owners are super nice and very knowledgeable about the area. They were able to point us in the direction of places we hadn't heard to visit but ended up loving.
The views in and around the campground are simply beautiful. It's quiet and peaceful and everyone we talked to had great things to say about the campground. It is very convenient to visit Montpelier or even Burlington and there is plenty to do near by! The park wifi was amazing and they even had a slip and slide for the kids! - FrugalNavyWife
Aug 2015 - $1.00
This site - RV dealership - no longer allows overnight camping. - SailorGolf
Oct 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. - Sixontheroad
Jul 2012 - $27.00
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. - davedopp
Jul 2016 - $43.00
The office is hidden up a rather narrow and bumpy gravel drive. Go slow, you'll be fine. Grass sites are nice and long with plenty of room. Beware, however, it's only 30Amp service. Which was a little surprising given the cost. We had some warm days, so we had to juggle cooking with air-conditioning to avoid tripping the breaker.
Park owners are friendly and helpful.
Verizon service is pretty good, Sprint is not that great. - 5nomads
Sep 2014 - $35.00
I'm noticing that Campgrounds in Vermont are not all that great. And this is another one that seems tucked away and a little tight to get into. Once in we were fine. But there may be a better choice nearby. However, the host was very friendly and very helpful. We couldn't get satellite but we had local stations on antenna. Maybe if we moved forward or back 6 feet either way we might have had sat. The electric was good as were the sewer and water hookups. I don't thinker we'd go back here as there is another CG close by, but we were fine with this choice. - TRDAWG
Sep 2013 - $35.00
Campground just outside of Barre, VT in Graniteville was very nice and woodsy. Quiet, away from traffic. Nice large sites on grass. One issue: serious voltage fluctuations. Glad we were not there in the Summer. We were there in mid September for leaf peepers. - XQ46
Jun 2016 - $46.00
This is a lovely park and it appears that many or most of the campers are seasonal. They have a miniature golf course, heated swimming pool, tennis courts, shuffleboard, general store, and much more. We were impressed. Like other transient campers we were parked in the open at the top of the hill near the swimming pool. It site was okay but not nearly as nice as other locations. Wonderful trails for walking. It was a very pleasant stay. - ArkansasTraveler
Oct 2015 - $42.00
This is a seasonal RV park and caters to those customers. It was a great park for us to stage at to visit the area. Our site was on the hill behind the office and appeared to be for those who were staying overnighing for a few days. The site was too small for the 42 foot RV and it was hard backing into the site. Some of the staff can by and were very friendly and helpful. - JR 108
Oct 2015 - $42.00
We were here the end of the season and the park was very quiet for our entire 3 night stay. We had a level, full hookup, pull-thru site which was very long with adequate space between us and the RV next to us. The section we were in appeared to be mainly for "over-night" visits and was out in the open compared to the majority of the park which was under the trees with back-in sites. - BandPS
Sep 2016 - $42.00
This is a lovely CG which seems to be a new section of a larger existing CG. (since the office was closed I don't really know) It is located right on the Connecticut River and many of the sites look out onto the river and trees (and mountains on the other side of the river). There are brand-new full hook-ups, cable, and even wi-fi that works. There is a store (closed). For an overnight stop near the White Mountains, this is ideal. There are some seasonals but everything is very tidy and well-kept. The roads are perfectly paved and the gravel sites are level. - virginianola
Jul 2016 - $48.00
My family stayed four nights in a lovely full hook-up site that backed onto a wooded hill. The campground is ATV-friendly, and sometimes they were noisy, but most riders were courteous. During the Fourth of July celebration many campers were rowdy long, long after quiet hour. The views of the mountains from the campground were fantastic, and the drive down the hill to the campground was breath-taking. We also liked watching the Connecticut River flow by. Nature's beauty abounds in this campground and its locality. - FADV
Sep 2012 - $42.00
This is a newer CG it was opened in 2010. The roads and sites are gravel. There are a lot of long term sites but they appear to be weekend vacation use for the most part. The winters here are long and cold and I saw no sites that were prepared for year around occupancy. The Wi-Fi here is pretty fast and they have a decent selection of channels on the cable. Verizon and MiFi works OK. They have a nice swimming pool with hot tub. The showers at the far end of the CG are temporary and it looks like they will build a new shower house in the near future. All the shade trees a young and the ones with shade are long term. All the sites along the river looked to be filled with long timers. They have no discounts available. It's in a quiet location right along the river. I'd stay here again if I get back to the area. - pumper9x9
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We found the check-in to be very easy. The road into the campground was beside a mobile home park which was not very attractive but once in the campground it was nice. We were in a 43 foot motorhome with a tow vehicle and found it easy to navigate to our site. The campground is beside a lake which allows catch and release fishing. There is also swimming allowed in the lake and there is also a small water park in the campground. It was a very quiet and relaxing campground. The owner/manager was very nice and helpful. Most of the sites are back-in sites with plenty of room for our tow vehicle. It is close to many interesting things to see and do and only 30 miles from Montpelier. We will definitely return when in the area. - John & Bobbie
Jul 2016 - $41.00
The views from this park are excellent. The hosts are friendly. Our site was level, and the hookups were well placed. They had cable, and we were able to get satellite signal with no problem. They had WiFi with good signal strength. Those are the good points. The bad points are you are in a valley surrounded by forests. Cell signal was nonexistent on our smartphone but if I stood outside I could use my little throw away phone. Same service so go figure. There is not much to do in the immediate area, nor are there many restaurants. If you stay here I strongly suggest getting the gate card. There is a $10 deposit, which is refundable when you turn it back in. We didn't take it because we tend to leave early before the office would open and understood there would be someone in the office to open the gate until 8:00pm. The few times we left we interrupted the hostess while she was talking to other guests to go into the office and push the button. The last time it was the host and we interrupted his yard work. He said "That is why we recommend guests get the gate pass." There is also a five dollar a day extra fee if you run your air conditioners, heat pump, or use your washer/dryer. This use is monitored according to their rules sheet. So don't try to use them without paying the fee. - Connie's Co-Owner
Oct 2015 - $38.00
Was a small park. Dog's were allowed in the bathroom, when reported owner he said we are "dog friendly". Nice wide and deep sites, good Wi-Fi. Walking path around lake. On check-in owner said we were lucky someone left early and we were placed in the middle of a group of nice people in a A-Liner rally in site 22. The owner I guess had forgotten he had told us we were in site 38 at time we made our reservations. Site 38 was occupied when we checked in they must have offered him more money who knows we had a nice site just be aware. - Tour n
Aug 2010 - $34.00
We had a spacious, long, level pull-through site here and the staff couldn't have been friendlier. However, it is mostly seasonal and more like a poorly kept mobile home park than a campground. The laundry was newly renovated with clean, well maintained machines and the restrooms are supposedly slated for renovation. Access to the park from I-89 is easy on, easy off. In respect to the price and no sewer hookups and the general condition of the grounds we would not return to this campground. - Damon Travelers
Jul 2008 - $31.00
This is a park with lots of noisy, rowdy seasonals. The sites are very close together. Not sure if there are adults that work in the campground as I never saw one. Each time I went to the camp store, it was two teen aged boys that helped me, this included our checking in. When we arrived, I went to the store to find the door locked (even though it was in the middle of their “open” time). There was an “intercom” button that I guess alerted the boys by walkie talkie. I am not sure as they never answered my “hello” they just showed up on a tractor, with walkie talkies in hand. I don’t know how well the store was stocked, as I felt I was an inconvenience to the boys being in the store. You are issued an access card to reenter the park and if you arrive back later than mid-night, you are not allowed back in and have to park you vehicle and walk back to your site. I assume this is to keep light levels down, but this does not prevent the seasnonals from driving around the campground after midnight, than happed while we were there. The Wi-Fi worked fine with a nominal fee, $2.00 per day. We will not stay here again. - Papotvin-VT
Sep 2007 - $32.00
This is a big, bustling park with lots of seasonals. Everyone seems to follow the rules, however, because it was quiet by 11 PM. There's a nice family restaurant across the street from the RV park. - Deb344