1 Park near Randolph Center, Vermont
Aug 2015 - $36.00
Lake Champagne, which sits on 100-acres, is conveniently located on Route 66, just off of I-89 (Exit # 4) in Randolph Center, VT. The campground is close to attractions such as Ben & Jerry's ice cream plant, Cold Hollow Cider Mill, the granite quarries in Barre, or an easy drive to Burlington, VT.
Check in was quick and the staff were quite nice. Although a site had been previously assigned to us when I booked the reservation, a larger site was given to us when we checked in so that we wouldn't have to unhitch our tow dolly. Quite appreciated! A large brown bag was given to us at check-in for our recyclables and that was appreciated as well.
The campground is set up in a "tiered" fashion which is quite nice, as you don't have anyone directly in front of you inhibiting your view. Sites offer shade or sun, your choice, and I don't think you will be disappointed with any site as this campground is beautiful!
Restrooms and showers were very clean and the grounds were immaculate. A large picnic area, as well as a large grass area and pavilion were available for get-togethers and yard games.
Amenities at the campground include free Wi-Fi (with repeaters throughout the campground), laundry room, beach and large lake for swimming, and cable TV that offers 25 channels to choose from. The laundry room was a bit small, 3 washers and 3 dryers, but they were very clean.
We stayed in a 40' Motorhome and would stay at this campground again. - The Diesel Gypsies
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Stayed at this campground for 10 days to tour Vermont. Lovely mountain views from our spot. Owners very courteous and helpful. Nice pull through full hookup sites for big rigs. Quiet campground even though we were there during July 4th holiday. Would definitely stay again if our travels bring us to Vermont!! - Tinkerbell56
May 2015 - $34.00
The most spread-out campground we've seen, with huge swaths of grassy meadows offering sweeping views of countryside. Grassy/gravel site was quite level with easy utility connections. Water pressure was good, campground WiFi was good (park was fairly empty), excellent Verizon 4G signal. Interior roads were a bit dusty. - jbrucemagon