Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $32.00
We stayed here only one night,but really enjoyed this park. A very quiet small park,set up around a pond. The owner was very friendly,and helpful,even letting us setup so we could pull through an adjacent site to stay hooked up with our truck. There's even ice cream available at the office where you check in. I really like that. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
Nice park for visiting the Bennington area. Our site was spacious and the hookups were properly placed. We did not have any issues with electric and we have 3 A/C units. We will stay here again if we are in the area. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $31.00
Excellent park, quiet, good WI-FI, nice owners. Many trees shade the sites. Close to Bennington and other towns making touring easy. Will recommend this park to all. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $30.00
This small park is well-kept overall. The facilities are dated and as the winter approaches, there were a few small spiders attempting to make nests in the shower corners. The lights and water in the showers are controlled by a timer on the wall outside the shower dressing room. A full turn gave us about 4 minutes, after which the lights and water went out. This was an inconvenience. The Wi-Fi was strong at our site; one of the best we've had in our travels. We would stay here again. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $33.00
It was just OK. Nothing special. The sites around the 1/2 acre pond were very, very tight. The location of the shared power post meant that you were awning to awning to your neighbor. Might be ok if you were camping with family/friends, but awnings 10' from each other and fire pits 10' from each other didn't work for me. The road coming in was rough, the power voltage was rather low (110-115v) and parking for "TOAD" was less than great. The advertised cable TV was an amplified digital signal of poor quality which included 10 channels and not even all major networks. The bath house was small and dated. The dump station had a raised box about 10" off the ground making it difficult to drain your tanks if you have a low discharge fitting. The park was clean, the Wi-Fi was good, but the deficiencies in the park force me to give this place a mediocre rating. Nothing special enough here to go back to. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
This park is a jewel. We spent several days while touring the Bennington area. Its so quiet you can here the breeze in the trees. The owners are superb and so friendly. The owner was installing a new Verizon hotspot while we were there, and while Verizon service farther from the office may have trouble connecting, you can walk over to the office and have 5 bars and speedy connection. Please don't follow your GPS but rather the directions from the owner. The roads are just fine, event he last part that is gravel. Our rate included the cost of an additional adult. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Fifth Wheel.
Can you say quiet and peaceful? Stayed here twice now, July '13. Owners very helpful and nice, even provide oversize jack pads if you want to take a site on the lawn facing their small pond with pretty fountain. Not much to do, but enjoy the peace and quiet. Convenient to Bennington, Vt and Williamstown, MA (Summer theater, Clark Art Museum, Williams College, etc) Good Wi-Fi throughout and cell service. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2012 - $34.00
This is a beautiful setting in the southwest corner of Vt. The scenery is gorgeous. You are down in a hollow with a pond (with fountain), lots of trees and very quiet. The best thing about this campground is the people who run it. We had a terrible situation with our septic in our motor home and the owner, took the time to help us out of literally a mess. He went well above his role as the owner of the campground. One thing you need to know is that they don't accept credit cards-personal check or cash. I didn't know this when I booked our three days, but luckily I had my checkbook with me. This is a beautiful spot only about 20 min. south of Bennington but you feel like you are away from everything. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $32.00
Very nice small campground. Having full hookups we didn't use the facilities, but looked them over. They are dated, but very clean. I can see it being a bit crowded if all sites are taken. The only negative to this campground is the 1500 feet or so dirt road into the park. If ever in the area again, I would definitely stay here. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2012 - $36.00
Loved this campground. All the sites are situated around a little lake with a running fountain in the middle. The campground is immaculate. Our hookups were so conveniently placed that we hardly had to uncoil our water hose or electrical cord. The cable TV is good, Wi-Fi was very reliable and fast. The owners were very friendly. This is a very quiet and peaceful campground with no road noise at all. It would not have a lot of activity for children and is definitely not a resort campground, which I liked. Do not let the roads leading to the campground upset you. It is worth the windy and hilly road that leads you into it. And once you arrive you are very pleasantly surprised. This is a little gem that is convenient to Bennington, which is about a 10 minute drive. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
As other reviews state. It is a pretty and quiet getaway. Wi-Fi works great and the owners are very nice. My only complaint is that I wouldn't call them completely pet friendly. Although they do allow pets they are very adamant about you not leaving your pet alone. This means if you leave to see a local attraction or even get groceries you may get some comments from the owner. I don't have a barking dog (Golden Retriever) but if we are not away he may give a bark if someone gets too close. I understand you don't want a dog that is a nuisance to other guests but you also need to be able to leave your dog at home sometimes. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great place to come and get away from it all. The park is on the small side, quiet, and very well maintained. The only thing missing was a pool, which probably was the reason for the lack of families with children staying here. What they are calling a lake is what I would consider a pond. My Verizon hot spot didn't work at all here, but their free Wi-Fi was very strong and did the job. They offer free cable which consisted of about 10 channels. Personally, I could go without cable, but if that is something important to you, it could be a negative. Water, electric, and sewer all worked well. We didn't use the restrooms, but I did see someone cleaning them daily. They are pretty strict on their pet policy. When we checked in we received a small slip of paper with rules for pets. Every other rule was "Dogs must be kept quiet". I think they have had some issues in the past. All in all, it was a very peaceful place and I am glad we stayed here. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Travel Trailer.
Neat well run and organized park on a small lake. I bit hard to find but really worth the effort. Rated down due to county road entering park and sites do not have concrete pads. Not many do in snow country. We had a delightful stay. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $37.00
Beautiful setting at the end of road beyond where the pavement ends, but not far beyond, and access roads are adequate. Has a few big rig sites; some are better than others. Ours was satisfactory, but not level. Everything worked, but owner expressed worry about the sewer when we arrived. It's cash or check only. Would stay here again, if in the area and a good site were available. We camped at Pine Hollow Camprgound in a Motorhome.