If it weren't for the fact there is ZERO cell service I'd give this place a 5 star, wifi can be expensive if you're staying for a few days as you pay per day or can buy a package, though you are limited to only one device so you'd have to choose which to use if you have a laptop or smartphone, the wifi set up procedure made it virtually impossible to use our TV. Hey but it's camping right?
The grounds were very well kept, clean and spacious, full hook up was awesome. They have a more than adequate hot food market with snacks/ice cream and RV necessaries. The owners are vigilant with noise after hours which was awesome, the views from the park are incredible. If you're looking for flat roads to cycle which we do, RT 14 offers some spectacular riding through some great Norman Rockwell type settings.
We're talking boonville remote location, with a 15 min drive to Newport, VT. So if you're looking for quiet time with nowhere to go this is the place :) We camped at Tree Corners Family Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Bring a satellite phone if you really need to be in touch or need to be reached.
I found this park to be well cared for and quiet. The front desk made some phone calls for us so we could get our coach coolant line repaired. Repairman showed up and fixed our problem. Mature trees are throughout the park and in one location make it impossible not to scrape your rig. However the trees as a whole are well placed and offer shade at most sites. Our RV is 40' long. We camped at Tree Corners Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Nice park, very family friendly, lots of kids. Sites are grass, tight turns in some areas. Site says big rig friendly, my coach is 38', exercise caution. 5 miles off I-91 in the middle of a farming community, not much around in the way of shopping or groceries. We had no cell service on T-Mobile and Sprint. Internet is available but very expensive,charged per device. For us that would have cost $150 for 5 devices for two weeks since we needed our phones. My bad for not asking more questions when booking. Thankfully we recently purchased a Wi-Fi repeater and only had to pay for one device. Paid for itself on first outing, yahoo! Showers are coin operated, didn't check the toilets. Adds up over a two week stay. Visitors are charged $5, more to stay over. Surrounded by farms, a subtle wind can provide a manure smell at inopportune times when entertaining outdoors. Utilities were up to date, cable very limited, good water pressure. Did I mention lots of kids! If we have grandkids with us we may return, not without them. Drove our dogs crazy, we enjoy our peace and quiet. We camped at Tree Corners Family Campground in a Motorhome.
Wonderful family friendly campground. Friendly staff, 2 pools, rustic cabins. Good WiFi though they do charge, spotty cell phone, basic cable TV. Convenient to lots of small lakes for canoeing or kayaking. Surrounded by lots of beautiful Vermont small towns. A great place to visit Vermont's Northeast Kingdom. Would stay here again. We camped at Tree Corners Family Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a beautiful campground. All sites are grassy and well kept. The sites close the main office appeared to be in use by extended stay campers and seemed to be smaller sites. The rest of the sites were larger and spaced nicely. There are activities for children including 2 swimming pools. Wifi is available in the area surrounding the office. We camped at the back portion of the campground and found it to be very quiet. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff were very pleasant and helpful. We camped at Tree Corners Family Campground in a Motorhome.