Overnight stay Mt. Ascutney State Park is just off I-91 at exit 8 between White River Junction and Brattleboro, Vermont. There are 39 tent/trailer sites located in two loops in the woods. We have a 25ft RV and had no problems fitting in. There were no pull throughs but some of the sites are big enough for at least a 30 footer. You can not drive up the Mt road to the summit with any RV over 24 feet but the campground itself is at the bottom of the mountain. There are no hookups but there is a restroom with one shower which is pay like all Vermont State Parks. The park costs $18 per site and there are also 10 lean-to shelters, the parkway auto road, extensive hiking trails, picnic shelters, wildlife viewing and sometimes you can spot someone hang gliding from the top of the mountain. There is a recreation field within walking distance from some sites and a number of the hiking trails take off from the camping area. The small village of Ascutney is a short drive away for restaurants, gas and other stores. This was another CCC campground. The auto road in the summer is used for auto, bikes and running races up the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.