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21 RV Parks near Williston, Vermont
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Williston. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Williston in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $42.00
Got there after dark. No lighting made it very difficult to find the spot they had assigned me. CG is in need of maintenance. The roads are dirt (gravel and one time) and full of holes. Sites are dirt as well. It appears they have been putting some gravel in sites. Lots of brush between sites and along road that hasn't been trimmed in a while. This could be a nice little CG with some TLC. - Goodcruisin
Oct 2017 - $40.00
Rate is for 50a power but no sewer. Park was satisfactory, pretty ordinary but fine. Site had been gravel but most of the gravel was gone. Dry, so no problems. A little crowded when all sites were full. Everything worked. Faucet was drippy but they planned to fix it over the winter. Very close to the Shelburne Museum, which is the big draw in this area. Staff was congenial and helpful. Dump station was easy to access, with propane right there as well. We were happy there. - pompomgirl
Aug 2017 - $34.00
This was a last minute check-in, as our prior reservation had to be cancelled. The park is just south of Burlington allowing access to Burlington, Stowe, Woodbury. Our site was tight to back into but we were able to park our Motorhome, car and tow dolly. Services were very good, we had strong wifi with our booster and cable. The cable head was quite a stretch so we had to borrow cable from the office which they had available. DId not use any of the amenities, so have no comment on them. Lots of seasonals in our area, but the park for the most part was quiet. Sites had lots of trees and shade that we appreciated, hated the open fields. Don't use satellite TV, so not an issue. Looks like the owners are trying to update and clean up, so this park is a work in progress. - gargoyle
Sep 2018 - $45.00
There are mixed reviews on this campground and I can totally see why some people hate it but I'm reviewing my experience. We got in on the big rig back in side. The 1-16 sites are the best. followed by the 106-116 sites. If I could not get 1 of these sites, I would probably not stay here again. The rest of the sites are extremely crowded, placed hap hazardly and packed. With that said, this is an urban campground. The location is right on Lake Champlain and the bike trail and 1 mile from downtown Burlington and the Church St marketplace. You cannot beat the location for activities. Seriously, this bike trail is phenomenal. Also check out the causeway bike trail. The downtown area is really one of the nicest little downtowns I have ever seen. We stayed here 2 weeks and could not get enough of this place. Their free wifi was the best I have ever seen clocking in at over 100mbps. That was not a typo..100. And it was good the entire time, no dead times of the day like most places. I didn't use hotspots while I was here because of that but Verizon and ATT would have both been quite usable. Cell was just fine. They have an onsite laundry I also didn't use. Instead, we used Clothes Quarters in Winooski and it was great (clean, good neighborhood, not busy) and avg priced. Bathrooms were just fine during our stay and the sites were tidy, noise was not a problem. - Jessie1975
Sep 2018 - $37.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 4 nights in a site for big rigs. Sites are grass (mostly sand). Fortunately it didn't rain so we avoided being stuck in what would have been a mud pit. Our site was spacious and backed-up to a nice wooded area which provided shade in the afternoon. The downside of that being spiders...lots of spiders. Wifi here was good. There's plenty of space to walk the dog. This park has great beach access and access to a bike trail. All in all...a pleasant place to stay. This park is located in a quiet area. - JDC10
Aug 2018 - $45.00
The location is great, right on the lake in a nice wooded area. Might be odd when school is in session. The site was hard to find, no directional signs in camp and the cartoon map they give you isn't very accurate. Site was ok, but had to back down the road and back into the site. A larger trailer would've had trouble. Our section had the trailers pretty much as row homes, very close. Other sections seemed more spacious, but they've used every available spot for a tent or RV site. There was even a small tent site right behind the restroom. Wi-fi was good enough to run Netflix on our TV. Even with a full campground and being so close it was quiet at night. - Kevco
Jul 2018 - $64.00
Very nice campground. It is located near the interstate but road noise was hardly noticeable. - User2914
Jul 2018 - $58.00
This was our first time to Vermont. The campground was easy to find by the website directions. Staff was friendly and helpful. We had a large grassy site with a large tree behind it (#157). The campground has many beautiful seasonal camp sites. We did have to go buy a hose because the water hook up was far away from our site. We had a 50ft hose and we were short. It was difficult to find a store open after 5pm on a Wednesday night in the area. The water pressure was good even with it being a shared supply. There are 2 pools which looked very nice. We didn't use the bath house or the laundry. On the weekend they had a local band and played bingo. All paved roads in the campground. It is very close to the Burlington area. We would stay here again. - joinpa
Jul 2018 - $56.00
We stayed here for a week. Very close to Burlington. We are full-time RVers in a 45 foot motorhome. The sites were very large, grassy and a couple of trees. We were able to get satellite with no problems. Park employees were very friendly and very helpful. I will definitely return . - Deines
Aug 2016 - $48.00
Camp sites very close together. Fire pits were moved close together and very heavy to relocate. If I had left my fire pit where it was my slide would have been over my neighbor's which would not have been acceptable especially to their kids who wanted to toast marshmallows.
Could only get water and electric (for $48.00 per night) and electric kept shutting off. Called for help but no one arrived - finally took off surge protector and power stayed on.
Laundry was old - one dryer was taken apart, hand dryer in bathroom did not work and bathroom was not particularly clean.
Front desk personnel was pleasant and tried to assist with problems but apparently owner does not have a great deal of interest in fixing things. - Sheila123
Jul 2013 - $45.00
I did this review largely to warn folks about the somewhat awkward hookups. For every four campsites (two and two back-to-back) there are two power pedestals grouped together. Each pedestal has one 15A outlet, one 30A outlet and one 50A outlet. I guess the hope is that half of the users will require 50A service and half will require 30A service. Otherwise, a lot of 50A-30A adapters will be needed. Also, there are four water spigots at each set of power pedestals. Sewer connections are about thirty feet from the pedestals. Long story short, we needed 50ft of power cord and 50ft of water hose to reach our trailer. Although the setup is awkward, the price is high and the bathrooms are old and not clean we would camp here again because this campground is 3 miles from the Causeway rail-trail (across part of Lake Champlain) which should not be missed. - geysergazer
Sep 2010 - $40.00
88 Mallets Bay Campground Rd, Colchester VT 05446. Across the road from Lake Champlain. If you want shade, this is the place. Large, mature shade trees close to the roads can make parking difficult. Sites are close together, about 15 feet apart. Discount 10% with AAA card. We were there on a holiday weekend; felt very crowded. - meanderingman
Sep 2018 - $25.00
Roads are a little tight, some sites a little tight getting into. We meet another couple here to go to Ben and Jerrys. A little for off the beaten path but a good stay. - goldsp8
Sep 2018 - $22.00
Vermont has got to be one of the prettiest states. Little River State Park is a beautiful park near Waterbury, in the middle of the state, next to Waterbury Reservoir. The campground is dry camping. Sites are generally large enough for smaller rigs, and a few sites are big enough for big rigs. Our site (site 4) was interesting to get into, we had to back around a corner and avoid some trees. But once we were in the site, it was level, and there was plenty of room to stretch out. The campground is heavily forested, and most sites are pretty dark. We weren't able to get our satellite radio to work. I would assume satellite dishes would have the same problem. Sites are dirt. There was a major rainstorm while we were there, that caused flooding all over the northeast. During and shortly after the storm, our campsite was a lake. Within a few hours, though, the water had drained through the sandy soil, and the storm might as well have never happened. The roads were the same way. The road leading to the park is dirt (but suddenly becomes paved at the entrance to the park). After the storm, there was no evidence of any problem from the water. Our favorite part of the stay was kayaking on the lake. The campground rents kayaks for very reasonable prices. On a nice day, it's the perfect way to experience Vermont. There's also lots of hiking, and mountain biking. - AnnP
Jun 2016 - $23.00
This campground is 3 miles in from the interstate and nestled up against a hillside beside a reservoir. The sites are nicely spaced out, level and many having great privacy. I drive a 38-foot Class A that is very tall at 13 feet and I didn't have any problem getting to the campground or into my site. They put me in a pull through that was way bigger than I needed and there are plenty of other sites I could have backed into.
There are no hookups but they do have a dump station and potable water.
But the best part is how beautiful it is up here. The lake has a swimming area. They even have a ramp to put in a boat if you have one. And I just got done hiking for 2 hours along an amazing trail that followed a beautiful creek. Vermont at its best.
The bathrooms are rudimentary but clean and it looks like they are building another new one. There's no wi-fi but I do get Verizon cell service.
Vermont also has a law that you can only run your generator for two hours in the morning and two hours in the late afternoon, other than that it needs to be off.
I'd easily come back here. - US Traveler
Sep 2011 - $20.00
Smugglers Notch State Park, Stowe, Vermont September 15 & 16 $20 no hookups. This campground was moved in 2003 from across the street so the bathrooms are new and very clean but only one shower (pay). There is only about 19 sites but only about 6 or 7 that RV’s can fit into and it is on a mountain but you can get level. One would suggest reservations if you are headed this way but during the week in the Fall you may get a site. The sites are a good size but some are hard to back up into. It is near Mt. Mansfield ski area and the Stowe Lodge Resort. There are hiking trails from the campground and it is an easy drive to the quaint village of Stowe for shopping , restaurants and a bike trail. This is a four season resort area with plenty to do in every season. It is considered the best ski resort in the state. Very pretty area and we would definitely return. RV’s should know that they can only drive up to the Gondola section of the resort because they have to turn around since they are not allowed to drive the five miles over the mountain to the Smugglers Notch Ski area so must use route 100 and drive around about 30 miles. If one is going to try the bike trail there is parking at the church to the right to get on the trail but not parking in the rest of the town. This is a wonderful area to camp in but if your RV is over 28 to 30 feet I don’t know if I would come up here but we did see some big campers on route 100. - gsnakehill
Sep 2018 - $60.00
Nice park, friendly staff. Convenient location, good access to Burlington Vermont. Level site, good connections. Rate reflects shoulder season special. Buy 2 get 1 free. - Karen and Steve wandering
Aug 2018 - $80.00
Located along the shore of Lake Champlain, Apple Island RV Resort is a fairly large community, with RV sites available to rent or own or cottages available to own. The resort is across U.S. Route 2 from a marina with boat rentals and next to a 9-hole par 3 golf course. Located at the entrance to the park is a general store with basic camping, RV, and fishing supplies and a deli with sandwiches. Up a short drive from the store is the Resort Registration Office, where our check-in was quickly and pleasantly accomplished and we were escorted to our site. We happened to have a Platinum Plus site (IC060), and while it was nice not to have anyone in front of us, it is really not worth the additional expense. The Platinum sites behind us are on tiered levels, thus most have great views of Lake Champlain. The sites are hard-packed gravel and just wide enough for a coach, WITHOUT the slides out. Once they are out, you are walking on grass, which can be mushy if it has rained. We were told that future plans include the eventual widening of the sites and their entrances, so this problem will not occur. Also located at the resort is a Community Center with a fitness room, library with computer center, a great room with a kitchen, and a heated swimming pool and spa. A playground for children, bathhouses, laundry facilities, walking trails, and golf cart rentals round out the amenities. We used Apple Island as a home base while taking day trips to Plattsburg, NY, Burlington, Montpelier, St. Albans, and Waterbury, VT (Ben & Jerry's Factory Tour). We also drove to Montreal, Canada, spending three days seeing this eclectic city, while leaving the coach safely at Apple Island. - HRTravelers
Aug 2018 - $95.00
We live only 160 miles away and had 4 days to get away. Though this park is pricey, we did ask for a platinum plus site overlooking the lake and were very pleased. We had been here 10 years ago and it now looks like a big overflow lot has been turned into full hookups. We thought our site was spacious and plenty long for our 40 ft. and tow vehicle. Staff were very friendly and plentiful, especially during the holiday weekend. Though we were settled midweek, we noticed 8-10 employees help keep the checkin process flowing smoothly as the holiday got closer. Nice little store onsite for supplies, subs, wine, and camping goods. - wallysmom
Sep 2018 - $35.00
This is one of the nicest parks we have stayed in. The sites are roomy, the park is very clean and well taken care of. The owner is very nice and helpful. It is a small park but in a beautiful setting. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. - GranNan06
Aug 2018 - $24.00
Easy reservation process, friendly check in, well maintained campground. Very quiet at night, beautiful sunsets, manager and his team are friendly and helpful. Level, grassy spot. Out in the country, yet the Burlington airport and waterfront are only about 35 minutes away. Verizon cell and mifi worked fine. Rate reflects monthly rate. Would definitely stay here again. - Roaming Together
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We stayed at Maple Grove for 5 days to attend a wedding near St Albans. This is a small park with about 25 sites most of them occupied by friendly seasonal guests. We were even invited to join a nearby group at their campfire our first night there. The park is very clean, well maintained, and was very quiet. All the hookups and even the WiFi worked well. OTA television was also good. Burlington, St Albans, and Kill Kare State Park are all within a 30-40 minute drive. Several of the residents noticed our bicycles on the back of our trailer and suggested we go to Burlington and ride the waterfront trails there. Sadly, the day we wanted to go the weather didn't cooperate. We plan to go back next summer and try again. Kayaks are very popular at the state park and it's about a one mile paddle to Burton Island Campground. Our only problem was getting into our site when we arrived. The roads are a little narrow for a larger trailer. You just need to be aware and make your turns a little wider. The back in was a bit of a challenge because the road curved at the site's entry point. Our 40ft 5th wheel fit fine after a couple of back & forth moves; and the cooperation of the gentleman across the road who waved us down as we approached so he could move his truck for us. The owner is a genuinely friendly person always puttering around somewhere. From what the other guests told us he has really fixed up and improved the park since he bought it. He even has a solar array that provides a good part of the electric service to the park. We plan to return next summer for a visit and some bike and kayak riding. (We'll check up on the newlyweds while we're there too.) :) - Mack & Mary Ellen
Oct 2012 - $30.00
What a dump -- muddy, unlevel, and tall weeds. The owner is a JERK and is either a liar or just ignorant. We see why this place gets such bad reviews. The only reason we considered staying there is that it would be close for a family visit. We pulled in and told the owner we wanted to stay two nights and needed to dump on the way in. He said that it would be $30 per night for water/electric 30amp plus $15 to dump. I told the owner that in over four years of fulltiming we have never been asked to pay a dump fee if we stayed at a campground. He said that it is normal to charge a fee in the area. I didn't believe him and when I checked nine other campgrounds in the area, none charge for dumping if you stay with them. I see why the place was empty and junky. The owner's strange business plan seems to be working for him, but not for his customers. This guy said it bought the campground a couple of years ago. Too bad he didn't have the previous owner teach him something about running a business. - dehdave
Jul 2010 - $25.00
This is definitely a no-frills campground, but it gets high marks for easy access, wonderful owners, and convenient location near Sugarbush Resort, where we attended a wedding. It's pick your own site (there are no numbers) and pay at the Mobil gas station/general store (at the campground). We paid a weekly rate of $160. The 30 amp service worked great. Water pressure was just ok. Dump station fine. We needed a couple of leveling pads, but all in all, we were very happy and secure here and would stay here again. - Jane Berry
Sep 2018 - $37.00
Nice campground with really friendly staff. The sites are grass and are close together. We had no trees so no problem with getting satellite service. We had very weak TMobile service. There is free wifi available throughout Stowe. I ended up going to the library and working during the day. It worked out very well. - Chuck Shrader
Aug 2018 - $47.00
Location, location, location. We have a 40 MH so our options are limited, and this was the perfect base camp for our week in the Stowe area. For us, this campground was perfect because we weren't there to "camp". It's not nestled in the woods, it is an open grassy area but there are more trees than some other reviews have indicated. The openness allows for beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. We had a level spot. Some sites are closer than others, and we were pretty tight with the motorhomes on either side of us. But we didn't spend much time there, so it wasn't a big deal to us. The campground sits on the main road, but it's pretty quiet at night (except for road construction that happened to be going on at night while we were there). Making reservations and a couple follow up phone calls, plus check in, were maybe the most pleasant experience we've ever had - very friendly! We would definitely stay here again. - Roaming Together
Jul 2018 - $47.00
This place was a great base for our trip to Stowe. Great experience from reservation to checkout. They had a water issue while we were there and tracked us down to let us know. Best cable service of any place we have stayed. This is a no frills place, if you are looking for events and activities go elsewhere. But if you are looking for a good base camp with good basic service this is a great place. We will be back the next time we pass through. - brehmca