Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $49.00
This is a terrace campground located in central Vermont. Being close to the highway, it is a great base for exploring the area.
The campground is terraced, which means everyone has a view. You are close to your neighbors on the sides, but there is absolutely no one behind or in front of you. That means the views of the pond and the surrounding hills can be enjoyed by most.
It's a quiet place and well kept up. The owners take pride in this campground. That is very nice to see. The sites are all grass and well mowed. The roads are gravel. The WiFi was EXCELLENT. Verizon 4G was very good, with the tower within site of the campground.
The swimming pond was small, but kids appreciate it. It has a small sandy beach and a sandy bottom. There a couple of bathrooms that we didn't use. There is also a laundry room with 2 washers and dryers, plus a game room. The playground needs updating.
We thoroughly enjoyed our 8 days stay here. We would definitely stay here again. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $38.00
What a fantastic campground! Quiet, good sized sites, lots of open space and immaculately kept grounds nestled in the mountains made for a great stay. As expected the campground was packed over the Labor Day weekend, but it was still quiet and campers were very respectful of each other.
Two reasons I didn't rate them a 10: poor electric and speeding.
Electric - Granted it was unusually hot while we were there so most RV had A/C running, and we were the last site in a fairly long row, but we had issues with low voltage, especially in the early morning.
Speeding - There are a number of seasonal and/or long term stay sites at the campground, and while the occupants were all super friendly and their sites very well maintained, they tended to drive very fast through the campground, to the point that I avoided certain areas while walking the dog for fear of being hit. The posted 10mph limit is largely ignored.
All in all a great stay and we would definitely stay here again. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: September, 2015 - $40.00
While there is a nice view around the campground, I have to totally disagree with others who state the sites are large. They are not - at least not in the row where they put the short stays. We were right on top of the two trailers on either side of us. When putting out their awning, the woman next door to us was standing right next to my window. There was barely 3 ft between the trailers. I constantly heard this couple speaking. Bathrooms were clean but much in need of rehab. One shower and one toilet in the very small bathroom. Wifi worked intermittently. I was constantly being dropped. I finally gave up and just used my cell service. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 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. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Motorhome.
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!! We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Motorhome.
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. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $48.00
This is a real nice campground. Our second stay here. Lots of grass and open space which was nice. The views were great. The staff was very nice and accommodating. We were able to put up a tent on our site for our son and we were able to leave the trailer for an extended checkout while we moved our son into Vermont Tech College. Nice location to the college. Not a lot to do in the area but central to a lot of Vermont sites. Will stay again as our son has a couple more years here. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $41.00
This was our second stay at this lovely campground. It’s located in Central Vermont farmland – a very bucolic atmosphere, peaceful and beautiful. All hookups worked perfectly, as did the cable and Wi-Fi. The bathrooms are immaculate, as is the entire campground. It’s a wonderful place for dog walking through lush meadows. Highly recommended! We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Travel Trailer.
Stayed at the campground for two night while visiting the area. Lots of seasonal folks, but there was plenty of room for any type of equipment. Open field concept, but we managed a site with some tree shade. The office help suggested places to visit and provided maps. The only negative I have is the remoteness. It's a 30 minutes drive to any where for resupplies, etc. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Tent Trailer.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $43.00
If you're looking for a peaceful, quiet place to get away, you'd have trouble finding something more peaceful and out of the way than this beautiful park. Centrally located in Vt., you can get to other attractions without too much of a drive. Stowe, Texas Falls and Montpelier are worth a trip, all less than an hour away. The park is clean, spacious, and the owners are friendly and helpful. Although there is a recreation room, volley ball net, basketball hoop, and small playground, I don't think this is a destination if you have a young family. There isn't a lot to do (one of the reasons I like it so much). We came here a week or so past peak color, but it was still beautiful. This is our 3rd trip and we will definitely be back again. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $39.00
If you like wide open spaces this is the park for you. Don’t let the short bad section of SR66 keep you from enjoying this farm turned RV park, it is worth the stop. Most campsites sit looking out into a large grass field that is kept mowed. There are some large trees scattered about the field and between the sites. The gravel road coming into the park is hard packed, smooth and sites are mostly level grass, but some may prove challenging with the slope of the hillside. If you’re a big class A with toad you should unhook at the office as you might be driving over a slight slope to get to your campsite that has a picnic table and fire ring. There is lots of open sky so no problem getting a satellite signal. Sprint has no service in the area, but the free campground WI-FI worked well. Bathrooms at the office were clean, but the bathhouse and laundry at the lake are in an open style building and are very buggy. There is a swimming area at the lake, but no life guards. This park is very quiet and there is no road noise. Seasonal campers keep their sites clear of a lot of garbage which gives the park a clean look. Owners are very friendly and helpful. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $39.00
Price reflects Good Sam/AAA discount. Lovely campground in central Vermont - close to Interstate although still expect to drive to attractions (Maple Farms, Ben & Jerry's, etc..) Every site on grass - although you'll have neighbors on right and left. There are vast amounts of grass in front and behind every spot. Very clean campground. No activities, although a lake to swim. Nice owners, seasonals and transients. Very relaxing place to sit and enjoy quiet and far reaching views. Would definitely come here again. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $39.00
One of our favorites. Sites are terraced up from a small lake with lots of open space front and back, and comfortably wide camp spots. Everything worked. Would certainly stay again. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is wide open on gentle sloping hills. Lots of grass. The area where we were, sites were close together but still adequate room. While there isn't a lot to do, it is great for day trips and relaxing when you get home although the roads getting to the campground could use some attention. Were so rough our sofa shifted positions! We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice campground. Office staff was good while making reservation and at check in. One thing we liked is there is open space. They did not place a campsite on every inch of the campground. If you like grass this is the place for you. Plenty of grass, the sites, the open space, every where, even some roads are grass. If you like the woods, then this is not the place for you, everything is wide open. There is no pool here so we cannot give a 10 and a few more trees would be good. The area is beautiful. There is not a ton to do in the area, there is a grocery store about 15 minutes away. We camped at Lake Champagne Campground in a Travel Trailer.