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20 RV Parks near Lyndonville, Vermont
We did however find 20 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.
Oct 2018 - $40.00
They are right by the Moose River. We had site #12 and our bedroom window looked right at the river. What a sight to wake up to! The owners are absolutely great, they treat you like family. They even have Belly Ache Tour maps, which by the way is wonderful. It takes you to all the sugar houses, Cabot Creamery and Ben & Jerry's ice cream tour. If you're in northeast Vermont, this is definitely the place to stay. - Traveling Fool
Sep 2018 - $55.00
What a great small park. The owners are very friendly and accessible. We spent two nights here and would have stayed longer but had to meet some friends down the road. We will stay again when in the area. - goldsp8
Sep 2018 - $50.00
Stayed at Campground a total of 5 weeks during this summer and enjoyed every minute - DanielLeblanc99
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. - User3784
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
Aug 2018 - $42.00
This is one of the largest, most attractive commercial campgrounds we've ever stayed at, with 100+ campgrounds under our belts. Most of the sites are rented seasonally, but all were very well kept, some with landscaping that would put most houses to shame. The campground is huge, but very hilly, with most sites carved out of the hills and then leveled. This means most sites are spaced pretty far apart, and many have very long driveways (100+ feet) to get to the level part of the site. We stayed for a week and were in one of a handful of pull-through sites which are, unfortunately, closer together, but still nice. Our site was the end of the row so we had a huge lawn on our camping side. There's also a small section next to the pool where sites are much closer together and not nearly as nice. There were plenty of places to walk our dog inside the campground, plus there are trails within and adjacent to the campground. They have a very nice looking mini golf course, a pool, playgrounds, and more. We were able to receive deliveries at the office. The only downside for us was cellular connectivity. We had 2 bars of AT&T 4G at our site, but it was usually very slow. Other parts of the campground had no AT&T. We had 2 bars of Verizon LTE at our site, and sometimes it was fast, other times extremely slow. We'd return, as long as we don't get put in the cramped sites next to the pool. - LifeRebooted
Jun 2018 - $40.00
Over all a very nice park. A few things to consider. Few garbage cans. No dog park and they charge $7.00 a day for WiFi. Really? They advertise as a Good Sam park but refuse to honor discount. - User1308
Aug 2017 - $46.00
Usually we get one of the pull thrus but none available so we had a back in on top of the hill. Luckily our sat dish was in font end of coach or the trees would have blocked it. Still a nice park just not the best site. It was level and we were pretty much alone. - peddy dick
Sep 2008 - $33.00
Great people, great new location. Small on size, large on personality. Tucked in the middle of nowhere. If you want an amusement park, this is not the place but it is the place that is near many attractions and just a great place to spend time. Very clean. Very large private sites. THIS is camping. - tyandow
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
Sep 2018 - $43.00
This is my third stay at a full-service campground with my new Aliner. Though I'm still a relative newbie, I'm quickly learning how to be a better consumer of this business type, and what my expectations are for the money. Apart from Crazy Horse's slick website and a pitch from an acquaintance on Facebook, the prices looked a bit high. Calling late to make one overnight reservation, the woman on the phone said that "Water & Electric: Daily $39" site was bait -- it was only available for tents -- that "pop-up trailers use more electricity," and that I'd be required to pay $44. When I complained that wasn't explained on the price list, she grumbled, "Well I guess I could give it to you for $43 if you want." Taking the bait, I made the reservation. To be sure, this is a beautiful location, with huge pine trees on an undulating property that made many sites seem more secluded than they were. But I found the cute signs all over the place off-putting -- when I've seen that before, it feels like a feigned effort to "set the mood" but to me feels oppressive. Gratefully I was given a very secluded, pull-through lot -- appreciated, until I tried the WiFi service, which was at first spotty and later became non-existent ... all my plans to get some work done amidst this woodsy setting, hobbled. Worse, the network log-in message said "The network is monitored for excessive bandwidth usage ... automatic speed limit may be applied." My call to troubleshoot and resolve the problem was not returned -- inexcusable. Checking out the next morning, I spoke to the woman at the desk about the problem; she acknowledged my call, saying, "Well we had a lot of RVs and campers last night ... a lot of people" but offered no other explanation for the crappy service or ignoring my call for help. Bottom-line, this is a beautiful spot -- you will pay through the nose to enjoy it -- but you cannot expect corresponding quality / service commensurate with the price. If Wi-Fi service is important, get a money-back guarantee! - Joooles
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Great place for a few nights. No complaints. Owners are gracious. Site clean, everting worked. - KodiTzu
Jul 2017 - $26.00
Our favorite thing about the campground was its location. Close to downtown Littleton, hiking, waterfalls and Vermont's bike trails. Bathrooms were old, weathered and need remodelling. Coin operated showers were ridiculous; haven't seen this before at a private campground. - JESUSisLovefl
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
Aug 2017 - $20.00
The roads in VT leave much to be desired and the state road leading from US 2 to the campground is really rough even at 35 mph. I called at least 3 weeks before for a site and we arrived just before lunch time. There was a sign on the office door saying: "Back at 5." (and something like) Park in the center and something about a post. I had no idea what the note meant. I worked my way into a site next to the office. While we were eating lunch a couple arrived and he knocked on the door saying there was going to be a family reunion and he had reserved that site 2 weeks ago. We were on our way to the last tour of the day at Rock of Ages so I said we would be back after 5. When we returned the owner showed up saying I gave the other guy a hard time. I said why didn't you say take a site in the center of the field (numbered 1 to 4)? He gave me a blank look and said I had to move. By not placing a cone or tape on the reserved site it caused me to have to move and the other guy to move also. There was a storm threatening and it began to rain. That said the campground is very neat with grass everywhere. For a small campground there is lots of traffic coming and going. Nothing around there so I'm not sure where they are going. VZ service was spotty, Sprint not at all. Wifi was weak but worked slowly. - mrracechaser
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 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