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17 RV Parks near Hubbardton, Vermont
We did however find 17 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hubbardton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hubbardton in the left hand column.
Jul 2019 - $22.00
Typical VT State Park - no power, water spigots throughout the park, and a dump station. Sites were very spacious. Deer flies were persistent - a screen house was a must. 3 minute walk from our site to the lake. A nice beach and you can also rent kayaks and other boats. OK Verizon coverage. - NH Hiker
Aug 2019 - $50.00
We stayed at Bomoseen Lake CG for 5 days. this is a little bit older, rustic type campground built maybe in the 1960s or 70s. there are some seasonal sites mixed in with people traveling through the area and camping. Because of that, many of the sites are difficult access. we got into ours by going in opposite direction and backing in as advised by the owner. wasn't a problem but ours was a 31' Class C. bigger rigs would be difficult they do have what looked like a newer section towards the end of the park with pull-throughs to accommodate larger rigs Owners were very accommodating. we originally had a site in the Sun towards the end of the park (newer section) on a very hot week and asked to be moved to a shadier site and there was no problem. Wifi was excellent, Verizon service was only a one but we were able to send out and receive texts and phone calls. restrooms and showers were clean. there was a game room for the kids. a nice swimming pool up front. there was access to Lake Bomaseen with boat rentals (we didn't use) Campground is in a good location, mid-way in Vermont on Rt 7. we camped in a 31' Class C Motorhome and we would stay here again. - Banditoman60
Aug 2018 - $51.00
To start with the office staff was unfriendly. No Verizon service. Laundry room is full of spiders and webs. Looks like it hasn't been cleaned in a very long time. Many seasonal sites have built-ons to their campers and wooded fences surrounding their sites which makes the campground look junkie. Kids have free range with their bikes and motorized scooters with no adult supervision. Dogs run around unleashed. Pull through sites in the back are very tight. We had to back out of our pull through site because of tree branches and other vehicles in our way. Dump station is in a terrible spot and is not set-up for big rigs. On the plus side the WiFi was good and we had good cable. The pool area and playground looked really nice. We wouldn't recommend this campground for big rigs. - bolljl
Jun 2018 - $48.00
Typical KOA facilities. Adequate wifi, limited number of cable stations. Interior roads can be tight for a big rig. Back area is close to the road but not too noisy at night. Sites are both wooded and open, gravel and could be more level, but manageable. Limited number of pull-through sites with full hookups. - DrLewie
Sep 2018 - $20.00
This is a Vermont state park. It does not have hookups but is quiet,spacious and private. Very beautiful. Tight drive in with our 33 foot class A. Great service from the park ranger when we had to change sites to fit in. Lots of nature. Dump station and water station easy to access. Would return. - rudyhehn
Oct 2014 - $22.00
This is a Vermont State Park with no hookups but a dump station. We had a nice, clean, and quite large site right on the water which offered privacy and scenic viewing. The restroom for our particular loop was immaculate. Surprised there was only one shower. Would not want to be there in high season! The rangers were friendly and helpful. The park was very quiet at night. We heard owls and saw eagles flying over the pond. For a day trip, we put our tow vehicle on the ferry, about an hour away, and did the 7 minute crossing to Fort Ticonderoga. Lake George is about 2 hours away. There isn't a lot to do here if you're not into fishing, hiking or just relaxing, but the local scenery is superb in the autumn. There are beautiful lakes and farmlands surrounding the campground. Lots of farm stands selling fresh, local produce. Very happy we stayed here and would return. - Buckie
Aug 2008 - $23.00
My family and I camp here every year. This is a nice quiet clean campground. The staff here run this campground excellent. I have not been to any place yet that matches this campground. If you want a nice quiet, clean get away camp here. - bigjimbo78
Sep 2017 - $35.00
Nice setting, an open field looking out at the Vermont/New York mountains. Bathrooms rustic but acceptable. Long sites in a row in a grassy field, not level but workable. Satellite worked, wifi did not. - ldukeb
Aug 2017 - $35.00
A small park with open field sites. Lovely setting with the Green Mountains in the background. Quiet and dark at night, good view of the stars. Limited shade, but some late afternoon shadows come around. All sites are on the grass and the surrounding meadow has mowed paths for a nice walk. Plenty of room for tow vehicles, but sites are a bit close together so privacy is limited. FHU are available, and a small pool is on property. Overall, this is a bare bones CG, but it's a pleasant country setting and very close to Rutland. - Flying Mantis
Sep 2016 - $42.00
We stayed here in a 36' 5th wheel w/3 slides and a F-350 DRW truck. Campground is a large field with water, sewer and 30/50 amp electric hookups; fairly small campground. Sites are grass and sufficiently wide and long to accommodate larger rigs. There are a lot of trees on the perimeter of the property; roof-mounted DirecTV satellite worked well; Verizon cell phone and WiFi worked well. Did not use restrooms/showers/laundry so can't comment. Picnic table and fire pit at sites. There's nothing fancy about this campground but it's quiet and convenient for sightseeing in the Rutland area. We also visited Fort Ticonderoga, NY - about a 50 minute drive. Owner is on-site. We would stay here again if in the area. - Moneypenny
Sep 2018 - $36.00
Great little campground, with VERY friendly, and helpful owners, clean and well cared for. We had a gravel & grass back-in site with FHU long enough for our motor home, dolly & toad, with table & fire ring. OTA worked well. Great base to tour from, we went over to Ft Ticonderoga in NY, and to the Maple Syrup museum in Pittsford, small but very informative. If ever in the area again, we would certainly stay here again. - bukhrn
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Campground is very clean and well kept. Owners were super friendly and helpful. - pauljoy
Jul 2017 - $40.00
Clean, well kept grounds, good laundry facility, nice restaurant in walking distance (Cattails), several towns within an hour, Morgan Horse Farm 1/2 hr, Norman Rockwell Museum, Maple Syrup Museum. - Barbara Aileen
May 2019 - $32.00
20% military and law enforcement discount made this a real bargain! The park is beautiful and wooded and the owners are very helpful. There was even a place to park my boat for free!! The sites are large and spread out so that you have a real 'site'. They have a dump station and honey-wagon if you need it. Lake Dunmore is 6 minutes away. - DGSteve
Mar 2009 - $30.00
The park has new owners, and wow what a difference it has made! I camped here twice in 2008 and the campground was immaculate, and the owners were very helpful and courteous. They made me feel very welcome, even suggested areas to visit and had menus of local restaurants to look at. There is a new store and office that has loads of stuff and the pool area is very well equipped with furniture and tables. The campground had many campers both times I visited, but I still felt like I was camping in Vermont with beautiful trees and large grassy areas. The owners were diligently cleaning the bath house every morning and every night. I highly recommend the Campground!! - DGSteve
Jun 2007 - $23.00
Only campground we ever went to, where they had no provision for our trash (told us to take it with us)! You could pay $4 a bag to have your trash taken. They also told us not to pick up our dog waste (we did anyway). Bathrooms dirty. If you stay one night you pay extra to dump. No chairs by the pool. No recreation facilities. Everything was for the convenience of the owners. We have NEVER felt so unwelcome. We were only one of 4 campers at the campground and we quickly found out why it was so empty. Large grassy sites, though. They do keep it mowed. Its a passion of the owner, he mows all day! That's all he does. I don't think they ever clean the bathrooms. Extra for A/C. - pyrlover
Aug 2018 - $22.00
This campground is located in Killington VT. First the good: We stayed at OAK (lean to) with our Roadtrek (23') motorhome. The sites are big and, for the most part, private. Lean-to sites are spacious, as well. Bathrooms were clean; showers with plenty of hot water. Bathhouse in the lower loop is newer and felt more clean. There is a dump station available. Appalachian Trail goes right through the park which is why I chose this park while my husband was thru-hiking the AT. Used this campground as a base for a few days while he came through the area. The bad: Initial reaction was that I loved this place - but it didn't take long for that opinion to change. The squirrels and chipmunks here are out of control. No kidding. I love camping and being outdoors but I have never encountered so many and such aggressive squirrels. They leave feces all over EVERYTHING (chairs, table, cooler, lean to). They have no fear and will jump onto your camp chair while you're sitting in it. They chew anything that is left out (including my husband's sleeping bag that we left out to dry). My final straw was went I went into our camper and found feces on the chairs and my bed. A squirrel (or more?) had made it's way through the screen door and made a mess within an hour of when I last went in the camper. In speaking with the campground hosts, I found the problem is throughout the area. They had to order a new screen for their RV because the squirrels had chewed a hole through it and gotten into their food inside the camper. It may sound ridiculous to complain about wildlife while camping - but this experience was bad enough that I will not return to Gifford State Park. Larger motorhomes had a difficult time navigating the narrow roads. But roads are well maintained. - CDG
Aug 2016 - $27.00
State park. Gravel roads, gravel/grass sites. Some are larger than others and some will NOT accommodate larger campers.
Restrooms were rustic, but clean. Showers were clean. Would be nice to have more shower houses, though.
Swimming area was nice. Lake was absolutely gorgeous.
Some of the roads in the campground and the roads leading to it are very hilly, so be prepared for that.
No electric and no water available.
All around a nice campground. - grim509
Aug 2013 - $22.00
We reserved our site months in advance as we wanted to be on the water. We had a level site right across from the beach. This campground is primitive with no electric, water, or sewer. There are water spigots to fill up your tanks and a dump station for your departure. A couple of times of day a wood seller and a mini school bus drive around selling ice, worms, etc... Our relatives rented one of the mooring buoys and we had the best of both worlds. We have stayed here numerous times and definitely will be back. - Sockiegirl
Jul 2013 - $22.00
Our 2nd trip to this primative campground. Some of the sites are full of roots so it gets to be a pain. However, the campground is a great place to get away from the hustle and bustle. Great priced and close to the town of Ticonderoga for whatever you need. The fishing was great as was the lake. If you are a hiker, bring your boots to go to the top of the rock for breathtaking views. It is a moderate hike. The supply trucks go around several times a day and you may want to invest in a small generator to keep your battery charged. Some of the fire rings on the sites further from the lake need to be upgraded but they still work. Great place to unwind. - Jellystar