19 Parks near Jericho, Vermont
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Jericho. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Jericho in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $40.00
They did not have a pull through site for us, but made a back in work. Nice place except sites too close together. It got really full on the weekend, and we were glad we were leaving as the septic smell got very bad. We were on one site for two nights and then another for two more. - Plastic Man
Sep 2016 - $38.00
My wife and I really enjoyed this park. The campsites were very close together though, without landscaping between them. The grounds were clean and well kept and the bathrooms were also clean. Though they had a pool and small putt-putt course, I would not consider this campground a destination campground. This campground works well for people needing a base-camp while visiting the region. - GregT44266
Sep 2016 - $50.00
Excellent park. Would stay again. Somewhat remote location but quick drive into town. Can be noise from Interstate which runs right along part of the campground, otherwise very quiet. Llong grassy sites with many class As surrounded by seasonal park models. Sites look flat but have a significant slope, bring leveling blocks. Water is on a central pole and may be 40' or 50' from coach. They loaned us an extension hose. Staff is very nice and friendly, park is immaculate. Even the trash cans seemed to be deodorized. Mini golf course and pedal carts for rent. Grass doesn't get muddy during rain but after mowing you will track grass into your coach for days. No WiFi except at the main office. Satellite reception is mixed. We stayed for 3 weeks and moved spots a few times. We had satellite reception in 2 spots and not in a third. - Bryanmsi
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Smugglers Notch State Park, Stowe, Vermont September 15 & 16 $20 no hookups. This campground was moved in 2003 from across the street so the bathrooms are new and very clean but only one shower (pay). There is only about 19 sites but only about 6 or 7 that RV’s can fit into and it is on a mountain but you can get level. One would suggest reservations if you are headed this way but during the week in the Fall you may get a site. The sites are a good size but some are hard to back up into. It is near Mt. Mansfield ski area and the Stowe Lodge Resort. There are hiking trails from the campground and it is an easy drive to the quaint village of Stowe for shopping , restaurants and a bike trail. This is a four season resort area with plenty to do in every season. It is considered the best ski resort in the state. Very pretty area and we would definitely return. RV’s should know that they can only drive up to the Gondola section of the resort because they have to turn around since they are not allowed to drive the five miles over the mountain to the Smugglers Notch Ski area so must use route 100 and drive around about 30 miles. If one is going to try the bike trail there is parking at the church to the right to get on the trail but not parking in the rest of the town. This is a wonderful area to camp in but if your RV is over 28 to 30 feet I don’t know if I would come up here but we did see some big campers on route 100. - gsnakehill
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Camp sites very close together. Fire pits were moved close together and very heavy to relocate. If I had left my fire pit where it was my slide would have been over my neighbor's which would not have been acceptable especially to their kids who wanted to toast marshmallows.
Could only get water and electric (for $48.00 per night) and electric kept shutting off. Called for help but no one arrived - finally took off surge protector and power stayed on.
Laundry was old - one dryer was taken apart, hand dryer in bathroom did not work and bathroom was not particularly clean.
Front desk personnel was pleasant and tried to assist with problems but apparently owner does not have a great deal of interest in fixing things. - Sheila123
Jul 2013 - $45.00
I did this review largely to warn folks about the somewhat awkward hookups. For every four campsites (two and two back-to-back) there are two power pedestals grouped together. Each pedestal has one 15A outlet, one 30A outlet and one 50A outlet. I guess the hope is that half of the users will require 50A service and half will require 30A service. Otherwise, a lot of 50A-30A adapters will be needed. Also, there are four water spigots at each set of power pedestals. Sewer connections are about thirty feet from the pedestals. Long story short, we needed 50ft of power cord and 50ft of water hose to reach our trailer. Although the setup is awkward, the price is high and the bathrooms are old and not clean we would camp here again because this campground is 3 miles from the Causeway rail-trail (across part of Lake Champlain) which should not be missed. - geysergazer
Sep 2010 - $40.00
88 Mallets Bay Campground Rd, Colchester VT 05446. Across the road from Lake Champlain. If you want shade, this is the place. Large, mature shade trees close to the roads can make parking difficult. Sites are close together, about 15 feet apart. Discount 10% with AAA card. We were there on a holiday weekend; felt very crowded. - meanderingman
Sep 2016 - $45.00
We camped here in a 36' 5th wheel w/3 slides and a F-350 DRW truck. This is a public campground on Lake Champlain, although none of the RV sites are right on the lake. There are a lot of walking/biking trails throughout and surrounding the campground and a nice beach area. Most sites are heavily wooded but there are some satellite friendly sites. The campground is clean and well maintained. We were in site #1, FHU, gravel/dirt back-in; plenty of space for 5th wheel and truck. Good space between sites. Picnic table and fire ring at sites. Hook-ups are at the rear of the sites but we had no problem with our standard sewer hose reaching the connections. Roof-mounted DirecTV satellite worked well; Verizon cell phone and WiFi worked well. Did not use the restrooms/showers so can't comment. Laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers. Campground is fairly quiet. Over-priced for a public campground. This was our 2nd visit to this campground. - Moneypenny
Sep 2016 - $44.00
Great city park. Located close to downtown and other attractions. We used this a base camp for the area. The staff were very helpful since we could only get one night at first. The manager worked it out and we only moved after the first day to a site we stayed on for the next 3 nights. Had all hookups. The park is very clean and bike trails run thru the CG. We would stay again. - belanga
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We stayed here for seven days to visit family in Vermont. Although we have a motorhome we were put in a site near tents and small travel trailers. This was because they had no other sites available for us. We had only electricity and water at the first site, which was mostly dirt with a small amount of gravel. After the weekend we were able to move to a much nicer site site 115 with full hookups, more private, and up against the trees away from everyone. There are also other sites with full hookups near the main gate in the single digits, but all the traffic flows past them. The site location had a little grass and was quite unlevel. There are no pads in the park.
We were here seven days and got to know the park and the area very well. The bathrooms are clean daily but not well. The light fixtures are filthy and full of bugs. The sink in back of the restrooms where you wash your dishes had many spiders hanging over them, but when I mentioned it to the office they quickly cleaned it. The staff in the office is mostly college kids and sometimes they get the job done and sometimes they don't.
The beach is well-groomed and well taken care of, there is no trash, it is clean and there are outdoor showers as well as bathrooms. The bike path is near the campground but it is unlike any I have seen in the sense that people don't think that they have to move over for bikers. This is definitely a bike path not a pedestrian Trail. I am used to fast paced bike paths, this is not one, so just be prepared for a slow pace. - KSum
Jun 2016 - $23.00
This campground is 3 miles in from the interstate and nestled up against a hillside beside a reservoir. The sites are nicely spaced out, level and many having great privacy. I drive a 38-foot Class A that is very tall at 13 feet and I didn't have any problem getting to the campground or into my site. They put me in a pull through that was way bigger than I needed and there are plenty of other sites I could have backed into.
There are no hookups but they do have a dump station and potable water.
But the best part is how beautiful it is up here. The lake has a swimming area. They even have a ramp to put in a boat if you have one. And I just got done hiking for 2 hours along an amazing trail that followed a beautiful creek. Vermont at its best.
The bathrooms are rudimentary but clean and it looks like they are building another new one. There's no wi-fi but I do get Verizon cell service.
Vermont also has a law that you can only run your generator for two hours in the morning and two hours in the late afternoon, other than that it needs to be off.
I'd easily come back here. - US Traveler
Jul 2010 - $20.00
Beautiful large wooded sites, but took a little time to get into. Very quiet and peaceful. Nice restrooms especially the new ones. Could use more showers in the first bath house. Nice programs for kids. Would definitely camp here again. - Crump
Jul 2010 - $18.00
Primitive state campground with excellent sites that are well cared for, and cleaned before arrival. There are new restrooms and showers being built, and programs for all age groups that were well received. Rangers would always be there to help you. The lake was clean and all types of boats permitted. We plan to stay here again. - FredGinger
Jun 2015 - $30.00
This is a pleasant rural park about a half hour north of Burlington. We had a large, reasonably private site with electric and water plus a gray water drain. The owner is very nice but the office is only staffed part-time which makes it difficult to get questions answered. The park is on a bit of a hill but we were able to get our 40' in the back-in site without much of an effort but there weren't many sites that would have handled our rig. The roads and sites are gravel; most are shaded but ours was in the open and we could get satellite TV with no difficulty. Verizon 4G signal was good. - docj
Sep 2012 - $20.00
Campground is small and located well back from a lightly traveled highway in rural northwestern Vermont. The owners live on site and were helpful. Power, water and sewer were good. - jim65
Sep 2010 - $20.00
As a long-time resident of the Burlington area, I intended to stay at this campground for a month while I attended to personal business. Due to equipment problems, I ended up staying for the entire summer. This small, seasonal campground is located well back from a lightly traveled highway in rural northwestern Vermont. The owners, live on site and are always happy to assist in any way they can. Events, such as pot-lucks, pizza parties, and fun auctions are offered on a monthly basis. A large number of the sites are occupied individuals from the local area and are utilized as their summer camps. This is a very laid-back place, situated in some gorgeous countryside. It makes an excellent base from which to explore northern and central Vermont attractions including Ben and Jerry’s, Vermont Teddy Bear, Stowe, Burlington, Montpelier, the Champlain Islands and southern Quebec, including Montreal. - GreenMtn08
Jul 2016 - $46.00
We stayed the night before going into the Champlain Valley fair grounds for a rally so we could arrive with full fresh water tank and empty waste tanks. The camping area is convenient for visiting the Shelburne Museum. The site we were in was supposed to be a pullthrough (to pull through diagonally) but we would have been hard pressed to hook up our electric or sewer if we had parked diagonally across the site. The site was deep enough for us to be able to back in and have our tow vehicle parked beside us.
The signage for the office was lacking; after turning in off of highway 7, it was not at all obvious where the office was - we just kept on driving straight down and eventually came across it. - pattic777
Jul 2016 - $47.00
When I pay $47 to a camp ground, I expect the things they advertise to work: cable, wifi. I expect the roads to be pretty smooth and the site to be level and wide enough to back into without several attempts to adjust for the trees. I don't expect to step into muddy dirt in my spot. I expect a decent bathroom with more than a concrete floor and wet spots around the toilets and plenty of bugs. I expect the advertised pool to be more than 3 feet deep. I expect to be offered a partial refund if these things don't work. Next time I'll try the parks north of Burlington. - Camaraderie
Jun 2016 - $45.00
There are not many campground choices for a 40 foot motorhome in the Burlington area. We stayed here two nights and it was very convenient for us. However, the park was not very well maintained and is located back behind a rundown motel and cabins. The space was tight. But it was all we needed and we were happy to have found a spot. There are a number of seasonal campers. - ArkansasTraveler
Oct 2016 - $30.00
We made a spur of the moment decision to stay in Stowe overnight rather than deal with weekend traffic. Gold Brook looked nice from the outside, with lots of grass, but the facilities were terrible. Horrible showers, minimal laundry, and rude service. Next time we'll just keep driving. - Ardi
Oct 2016 - $49.00
Yes, the check-in person was pretty gruff but the park is a good place to stay, especially if you want to visit Stowe. We thought $49 was a bit much for a full-service back-in site on a grass field with spotty wifi, but hey, we just had one day to see Stowe. There are many trees sprinkled about the park but most are open sites. Many sites are right next to each other so you may want to request a site with some distance between you and your neighbor. And away from the road. Our wi-fi was ok but slow. I think we were in # 53 within site of the office. - alm
Oct 2015 - $43.00
Pretty much everything other reviewers have written about the conditions of the park are true. We didn't have any trouble with the front desk or camp workers; we saw no evidence of rudeness or drinking mentioned by the previous reviewer. Four 50 amp sites are towards the back of the park with plenty of maneuvering room. We had #79 which is the last one and looks out over the open meadow. We are self contained and had no need to use the bathrooms or laundry. The park served us well as a base for exploring Stowe and the surrounding area. We stayed three nights. - DiplomatTraveler
Oct 2016 - $57.00
Booked a three night stay the week before they closed for the season to take advantage of their "stay 3 nights/pay for 2" promotion. Still paid $57.00/night to park our Roadtrek in an open field. Water and electric only. Restrooms were immaculate but unheated. No paper towel dispenser. No hot water. Separate individual showers were also spotless and DID have hot water and good pressure. Nice people in the office (they moved our site at our request w/o hassle. But WILDLY overpriced for shoulder season campers. Probably nice in the summertime with facilities (clubhouse, pool, Par 3 course) open but we won't be back. - TennTrek
Oct 2016 - $43.00
A lovely, well-maintained park adjacent to Lake Champlain. Friendly, efficient and knowledgable staff. There is a large seasonal community, but upscale and quite nice. The ONLY negative was the lousy wifi reception. Guests can get very good wifi at the nice and comfortable library (but it would be nicer in the comfort of the trailer). Our site was a back-in (most are) on a bluff over looking the park and lake/bay. It needed some leveling, but nothing major. - alm
Aug 2016 - $50.00
This is my new place to stay. Everything about it was wonderful: large sites looking at Lake Champlain, beautiful pool, nice rec room, bands, dances, catered dinners, spotless bathrooms, friendly staff, excellent camp store, convenient to everything, great place for your dog. There is also a nine hole, par 3 golf course in the park. - mary mcmoo
Oct 2012 - $30.00
What a dump -- muddy, unlevel, and tall weeds. The owner is a JERK and is either a liar or just ignorant. We see why this place gets such bad reviews. The only reason we considered staying there is that it would be close for a family visit. We pulled in and told the owner we wanted to stay two nights and needed to dump on the way in. He said that it would be $30 per night for water/electric 30amp plus $15 to dump. I told the owner that in over four years of fulltiming we have never been asked to pay a dump fee if we stayed at a campground. He said that it is normal to charge a fee in the area. I didn't believe him and when I checked nine other campgrounds in the area, none charge for dumping if you stay with them. I see why the place was empty and junky. The owner's strange business plan seems to be working for him, but not for his customers. This guy said it bought the campground a couple of years ago. Too bad he didn't have the previous owner teach him something about running a business. - dehdave
Jul 2010 - $25.00
This is definitely a no-frills campground, but it gets high marks for easy access, wonderful owners, and convenient location near Sugarbush Resort, where we attended a wedding. It's pick your own site (there are no numbers) and pay at the Mobil gas station/general store (at the campground). We paid a weekly rate of $160. The 30 amp service worked great. Water pressure was just ok. Dump station fine. We needed a couple of leveling pads, but all in all, we were very happy and secure here and would stay here again. - Jane Berry