19 Parks near Lyndonville, Vermont
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lyndonville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lyndonville in the left hand column.
Sep 2016 - $37.00
Site #29, full hookup and side-by-side pull-thru. Sites are very long, so plenty of space for 36 foot 5th wheel and tow vehicle. Good DirecTV and Verizon phone reception at site. Wide grass area between "door side" of campers so even with side-by-side set-up, you don't feel like you and your neighbors are right on top of each other. Campground WiFi worked well. The campground is well maintained with flower beds and some very nice grassy areas with benches. This is mainly an adult campground with no pool or playground. Saturday night bonfire and informal gatherings on front porch of office building encourage you to meet your neighbors. Laundry room is small (2 washers, 2 dryers) but adequate. Close to town and grocery stores. Owners provide a list of local restaurants and shopping as well as a list, with directions, of interesting places to visit. There are a number of seasonal sites, but pull-thrus in the center section all appeared to be for short-term campers. Rules are strictly enforced. We will return to this campground if we are in the area again. - Moneypenny
Sep 2016 - $36.00
This is a beautifully maintained park in a location excellent for exploring Vermont. We were right up against Moose River, which was lovely. Wifi was generally strong until after breakfast, when the entire park was probably trying to access it. We spent 3 nights here. The owners have created a couple of super-handy guides to the area -- what to see, where to find the grocery store, etc., that we haven't seen anywhere else in our 26-state trip. The only downside to this park-- and the only reason it didn't get a rare 10 from me-- is the logging operation across the street. They start up around 6 a.m. and operate all day, turning what could be a perfectly peaceful RV park into one with a lot of background noise. It beats a nearby highway or train any day, though, as they do stop at the end of the work day and it is super quiet here at night. - beckydmc
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Excellent park for touring the local area. Very nice back in and pull through sites. On site staff are fantastic. In fact, the owners provide you with a typewritten tour of the area called the bellyache tour, which traverses a lot of the sugar houses, cider spots, hikes, covered bridges and other fun things in the area. - Ron and Terri
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Quiet campground at the time we were there. Mostly seasonals that are immaculately kept. Beautiful grounds. Clean, heated pool. Very well maintained. Dog friendly. We would stay here again. - sbradley
Sep 2013 - $30.00
WIFI only available close to the office is the only reason we did not give this campground a perfect 10. Everything else was absolutely excellent. We had a large pull-through site that was easy to navigate. Every evidence that the owners really care about the place and their guests. All was neat and tidy. Utilities all worked fine. Owners were most friendly and helpful, providing great tourist info and local knowledge. About 7 miles off the thruway, the location beside the river was perfect - quiet and calm. Location was ideal for us, just north of the main tourist areas - Mt Washington, the Notches, Bretton Woods, the Conways. We would definitely return here. - User2918
Sep 2012 - $35.00
This is a delightful campground with very helpful and friendly management. It is located a few miles out of Concord and is very quiet. The sites are large, and there is grass and trees between you and your neighbor. There is gravel at each site, and it was the most level place we have been. We took a factory tour of Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream, visited a creamery, and bought cheese, and visited the Trapp Family Lodge in Stowe. We recommend this RV park highly and will go back and stay longer the next time. - rolling homeless
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a small and well managed resort: lovely setting, lots of trees, spacious and level sites, well maintained, heated swimming pool, large and lovely playground, onsite restaurant (with good food) and a well-stocked pub, great staff, new and comfortable bathrooms. Lots of free stuff for kids of all ages: basketball (with different height hoops), horseshoes, shuffleboard, a pool table, etc. No cable and our Verizon cell phones did not work most of the time but the WiFi was almost always OK. Folks in the office are lovely and caring people. We loved the place and wish we had brought more family along. We will return! - Mom_of_Two
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
Jul 2016 - $50.00
This is a good campground for a beautiful view of Lake Willoughby. Best if you can get one of the sites right up front in the first row. Beach across the street and boat ramp. We have been going each summer for a week over the past 10 years or so. Keep going back. - Dick C
Jul 2008 - $30.00
This is a nice but small campground with a beautiful view from the premium sites up front of Lake Willoughby. Canoe and kayak rentals are available. - Dick C
Aug 2016 - $41.00
Was here with a group of 4 rigs. New owner. A lot of work has been done.
Nice pool and playground. Very wide sites. Cable TV with the networks in High Definition. Good, fast, 6.7 Mbps, wi-fi. 1 hour per day free. Small charge for additional hours. In 3 full days, I never got cut off. What some have posted as "seasonal" are actually people that live one to two hours away and they come in with their kids for the weekend. We arrived at noon Sunday and of the 3 semi-permanent by us, only one was in use. The gravel road is only 1/2 mile and they age keeping it graded and it was wider than I expected.
CONS: No Verizon phone service, but good Verizon data card service. Satellite service limited. Best sites for satellite service are; W2-W9 and 83-86. Sites down the hill can be tight for larger rigs. (9-80)
The gravel road is only 1/2 mile and they age keeping it graded and it was wider than I expected.
We would stay here again. If the pictures I will try to post show up, you can see how wide the sites are and what the playground looks like. - johnwadams
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Under new ownership. Many improvements and areas/ items have been "spruced" up. Some roads rough/pitted, but most were graded the morning after a heavy rain. Very accommodating staff, always willing to help. Great stay. Enjoyed it so much we're becoming "seasonal" May-Oct in 2017. - Cathy B
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Shower had no hot water. Showers are a quarter for six minutes...of really cold water. Other campers' personal items all over the place, from underwear to opened bottles of shampoo. Just not enough attention to the bathrooms on a regular basis. Campsite had a picnic table so old it was rotten and all green. Ground so hard you bent the metal tent pegs to put tent up. Most of the campground is wooded, very tall old pines, and most of it on a slope. Old worn out bumpy roads going in. Office area and playground areas were fine. - FishingMan1
Jul 2011 - $41.00
We gave it a 9, with an explanation required. It suited our needs perfectly, and we spent 4 nights here. We (33 footer) had a back in, gravel, level, wooded site overlooking a meadow and Crystal Lake. It was beautiful. Our water, electric, cable and sewer worked fine. We paid a few dollars extra for Wi-Fi (included in the quoted rate), which also worked fine. The hosts were friendly and helpful. Now the explanation. As modern RV parks go, some things were kind of primitive. There were no restroom, shower or laundry facilities. We didn't need those facilities and knew they were not here going in, so we did not lower our rating because of that. There are quite a few long term rigs. It was quiet and peaceful. We would stay again. - RVLive
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
Aug 2008 - $18.00
This is a no-hookup park. The sites along Spectacle Pond were close, accessed by a steep one lane road. Sites were shaded, and some had direct access to the pond for kayaks and canoes. We would stay here again. - Jay Rutherford
Jun 2006 - $20.00
This is a no hook-up state park in NE Vermont. We had site #57 which was large enough for our 30 ft class A but with a downhill entrance and not level at the bottom of the site. Some sites were more level, many had uphill approaches. There is private land to one side but the next campsite is quite close. We pulled straight in to get a very nice view of Spectacle Pond. There is a small, rough path beaten through the bushes to give you a tiny bit of water access from the site. The mosquitos were ferocious. The roads into the camping loops were dirt, quite narrow and rutted in spots. Trees branches encroached onto the road especially after two days of constant rain but the branches that hit the RV were pretty pliable. The park also has lean-to's and cabins. Bathhouses are not heated but you can get a 5 minute shower for a quarter (advertised as hot). The little town of Island Pond is small but nice and has a decent grocery. We also drove the moose loop (105/114/102) early one morning; we only saw one small moose but is was a beautiful drive. It's hard to be completely objective about a campground when the weather is completely lousy but this campground is not particularly well suited for even small class A motorhomes. - mahaffee
Jul 2004 - $16.00
This is a nice state park. We only spent the night but the employees were very nice and helpful. There is a small lake with a campers beach with fishing. There is also a dump station. - Donna P