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20 RV Parks near Wilmington, Vermont
Jul 2017 - $20.00
This little gem is our favorite campground and go to place. It is very well maintained. Private sites (as much privacy as one can expect!). Very clean bathrooms and showers. Quiet. Wood and ice available on site. Our favorite site is #13 located next to camp hosts - though we may try 2, 4, or 5 next time. The sites in the upper loop are generally comparable. The sites in the field (lower) pick up a lot of road noise. Very open, no privacy. Bath/shower house is older in that section so worth the walk to the other for showers. We have camped at Molly Stark for years in everything from tent to VW Westafalia back to tent and now Roadtrek (22'). The parks never disappoints. - CDG
Sep 2016 - $20.00
We stayed at this park a few months earlier, and enjoyed it so much that we headed back up with a couple of friends for Labor Day Weekend. They stayed on site #21 and set up two tents. We booked the adjacent site #23 for our travel trailer. Both sites were level and had full sun throughout the day which was a welcome source of warmth on a crisp September morning, but might not be so welcome in the heat of the summer. The other issue with these two sites is that they are at the northern end of the park property and within earshot of Route 9. Road noise was pretty constant throughout the day, but quieted down at night with the exception of the occasional tractor trailer engine-braking down the hill leading up to the park. The bath house at the northern end of the park is dated and appears to be original to the park's construction. Cold water is free, but you'll need to pack quarters if you want hot water. We opted to walk to the newer bath house in the center of the park that we had used on our previous stay. We will definitely stay at this park again, but would likely chose a site at the southern end of the park with more shade, newer bath house, and away from the road noise. - malsbury
Sep 2016 - $20.00
Amazing little state park with a great staff and easy access to the Harriman Reservoir. We booked site #12. When the ranger that checked us in saw our 21' travel trailer he mentioned we might have a some difficulty backing into the site. He said if that was the case, just come back up to the station and he would move us to one of the larger sites at the front of the park.
With a couple of tries, and folded in mirrors, we were able to get into the site. The site was nice and level, with shade throughout the day. We hiked the Olga Trail up to the fire watch tower which was a nice 1-1/2 hour walk after dinner our first night. The majority of our time in the area was spent at the Harriman Reservoir, located just a few miles west of the park.
There is a single dump station by the central bathhouse, with separate spigots for potable and flush water. However, the campsite is small enough that we have not experienced a wait to fill or dump our tanks.
The bath house at this end of the park is at most a year or two old. Showers work great, and give you a reasonable amount of preset temperature water for each button press. - malsbury
Sep 2018 - $20.00
For $20 per night - no water, electric or sewer at site. Gravel road and uneven gravel sites also very close together. Bath had only cold water sink, no way to dry hands, shower was pay as needed - $1.25 for 12 min. We stayed there because to use the RV Dump was $15, highest cost to dump we have seen. Restricted hours to run generator, 4-6 pm and 8-10 am. We have stayed in State Parks in other states, cost varies depending on state but this was the most money for the least. - Broda2675
Aug 2018 - $22.00
Great Vermont state park. There are 3 loops. Loop one is busiest with older bathhouse (only 1 shower each for men/women). Sites toward the road appeared to be larger. Site 3 was most private and quiet. Modern bathhouse with 4 showers. All coin operated .50 for 5 minutes. Great pressure and hot water. Ice and wood reasonable price at gatehouse. Kayak/canoe rentals for $10/hour. Public swimming beach. We stay in site 64 (loop 3) for 2 nights and then moved to site 14 in loop one for 2 nights. Preferred loop 3 for the peace and privacy. Lots of outdoor activities in the campground and area. - CDG
Sep 2017 - $20.00
A beautiful place on the side of a mountain overlooking a lake. The "preferred" sites are directly on/above the lake. Very quiet, very serene, very Vermont (at least during the week in September). Swimming off a sandy beach and canoe and kayak rentals. We (a dog and her old man) were in a totally private site, overlooking the lake, in our 22' RV. - Sterling Allen
Aug 2019 - $41.00
What a great park. only thing to make it better would be sewer hook up at sites. The sites were fairly level and gravel and beyond roomy. Wifi was a superb good thing as there is no ota TV. Verizon cell service was 1x so no sending pictures via text. Very close to Bennington, VT and a great ride to Saratoga battle fields for some more history. 5 covered bridges within 25 miles. Great motorcycle riding everywhere. - RTShelar
Jun 2019 - $50.00
Stayed here once before (reviewed once before too) and the stay was decent so decided to stay again. Seems the son is running the show this time around, with mom and dad making appearances. The entire process of booking a site is a headache ... you have to call, and call again as they don't answer the first time around. No credit cards, you have to mail a check and only when they receive and cash it is your reservation confirmed. We did not pick a site but when we arrived they apologized that our site was taken and asked us to chose the field or the pond - we have two little ones and the sites along the pond were small and the slope to the pond steep so we opted for the field. They parked us directly beside the dump station and the "field" is the septic leech field! Talk about cheap! Making their visitors camp next to their @*&!#-tanks which smell!! When we commented to them that the site smelt the son looked appalled and said "our customers @*&!# doesn't smell". The field was also VERY windy and VERY sunny and hot. We could not use our awning as shade due to the wind. We came with a screen house for shade but had to go to extremes to tie it down which ended up breaking it. The other sites, oddly enough, had NO wind! The weekend was a mess and we will not be staying here again. - Fab4
Jun 2019 - $41.00
First Impression: Out in the middle of nowhere. Rolling fields and forest. Safety: Unseen forest critters but no concerns. No security lighting. Access: Vermont route 9 east of Bennington 6 miles. Municipal route 9 all uphill and in good condition. Small but visible signs give warning and large sign into lodge and CG. Drive through parking area which is in terrible shape (ruts, potholes, ridges). Garmin GPS pointed to wrong road as park entrance. Office: Part of the manager's residence. No store. Restrooms/showers in same building along with an assortment of recreation games (foosball, air hockey, ping-pong). Cash or checks only. Online reservations not available. No price discounts. Facilities: No pool, spa, or fitness room. Small, rustic, two person restroom/showers, clean, no mold, no rust, no privacy changing area (score "A-"). No propane sales. No playground. No off-leash dog run. Campground: Not in a flood plain. Use office building as a storm shelter. Part is heavily wooded. Interior roads are narrow gravel in good condition with gentle turns and no overhead obstacles. Big rig and long coach friendly. Numerous tent areas but no yurts or cabins. Sites are all generous, sufficiently level, grass/dirt/gravel, pull-through and back-in, grass between. Pedestals at rear of site with electric 20/30/50, varying by site; no meters. Adequate water pressure with good taste. NO SEWER; use dump station. No patios; nice wooden picnic tables. Fires in fire rings. Good satellite views in meadow area, none in wooded sites. No cable TV. OTA TV found 1 channel. Free Wi-Fi with weak coverage, good bandwidth but spotty internet connection. Verizon phone at 3 bars; no 4G coverage. Single stream recycle bin. Noise: None. Beautiful silence. Bug Report (mid June): Gnats. Runners: CG roads not suited for running (loose gravel). Yoga: Put your mat on the grass if so inclined. Conclusion: Score 6-Nice. - StephenK
Sep 2017 - $27.00
Visiting the park just one week before they close for the season. Only 3 other sites occupied this weekend. My husband grew up in the area and has fond memories of the many family camping trips to Clarksburg State Park (or Mausert's as they called it). Very small campground. Quiet. Very nice restrooms/free, HOT showers. We stayed in our Roadtrek (class B, 23') in sight 22. Fit fine but be warned lots of road noise. Next time we'll opt for site 38 or 42. The pond view sites are very nice but tents only. Price is high at $27. Office offers wood at $5/bundle. Ice, groceries, etc. just a bit up the street at Billmont's. Chilly weekend so we didn't bring the kayaks but we saw one couple canoeing. Good location for seeing all the area has to offer. - CDG
May 2016 - $17.00
Nice little state park in northwest Massachusetts. Like other Massachusetts state parks there are no hookups at the campsites, but I was surprised to find that there is no dump station at the park. I was informed that, if needed, I could utilize the dump station at Savoy Mountain State Forest about 10 miles west off of Route 2 with a valid hang tag from Clarksburg.
We booked late for Memorial Day weekend, and Site 31 was the only one that would fit our trailer. It might have worked better for a little pop-up, but we had a tough time getting our 21' trailer in the 23' max spot. The level pad area and driveway were angled the opposite direction you would want for the approach from the one-way traffic loop. Walking the campgrounds, most of the sites had better approaches, and I figured out why #31 was the last one available.
Nice hiking trails through the woods and over many wet and marshy lands. Good views of the pond along the way. Paved loops connect the camping sites and it is a quick walk around to do the figure-8 loop. Not worth bringing bikes for this campsite, unless you want to ride that figure-8 loop a bunch of times. - malsbury
Jul 2015 - $14.00
Big sites, quiet and friendly. Nice pond in Berkshires.
Will return! - User2912
Sep 2016 - $25.00
This is mainly a seasonal site campground with a few transient sites available. We were the only transients in the campground during our stay. Office staff was very friendly. Not much in the way of Verizon cell or hot spot available. The bathrooms are clean but dated. The worst part for the bathhouse was either the long walk around to the bathhouse (up hill but not as steep) or the steep short cut up the hill (by the dump station). People we met were friendly. Laundry was expensive but the machines worked well. Campsite was on grass with a picnic table and fire pit. One must travel about one mile on a good gravel road and then climb a steep (but short) hill up to the campground. We probably would not stay here again. - roadking
Aug 2016 - $39.00
The campground is very quiet; the sites are large. Most of the park is made up of seasonals. The owner could not have been any nicer. We would definitely stay here again! - Texas Safari
Sep 2015 - $23.00
The main field was a strange experience, glad we went with a large group. They let us arrange ourselves how ever we wanted, so we had this neat courtyard feel. The other campers were all so friendly. The amenities are none existent, bathrooms were satisfactory, the creek is beautiful. Was running low due to lack of rainfall as was the reservoir up the road. Their were issues with water and electricity but staff worked to resolve and kept us informed. As the group next to us said, we got cold beer and console to play, we're good. Be prepared to be off grid, our kids were not. Yet across the creek there is another campground that have many more amenities and links to the outside world. If we go back to area might try the other campground, but with a group Bald Mtn was fun. - K S
Sep 2010 - $22.00
Okay the reason I gave this a 9 is because it was the middle of the week and NO ONE was here. We had it to ourselves. Although there was a SEA of parked seasonal motorhomes, 5'vers and TT's everywhere with porches and permanent fixtures etc., no one was here. I also gave it a 9 since nothing is around this place, the State Park was closed for the season already and the towns nearby had basically nothing to see. There was a river right behind us with more seasonal campers lining the other side. Oh, when I say no one was around, that includes the owner. We called ahead and they told us to just grab a site and pay in the morning. We did so but when I went to dump on the way out no one was here. We waited for over an hour and still no one came in to their office. We knocked on every door and still nothing. Well, we'll sent you a check in the mail sir. Thank you for the stay. - viper-2
Jul 2008 - $23.00
I've been coming here for years, very quiet, peaceful CG. Staff knows who you are and are very friendly. Sites are large, but they often do not even put others near you. Lots of privacy. Numerous flea markets, covered bridges, and good restaurants in the area. I especially enjoy tubing down the river, seeing all the birds and other wildlife. - JudoJeff
May 2010 - $32.00
We had a wonderful time at this campground. We traveled with a large group (8 families) and all had sites along the river. Bathrooms were very clean. Owner was very friendly. New rule: children had to have life vests to tube on the river (good rule) but we didn't have vests. Owner provided some for our group to borrow at no cost (not heard of these days!) Sites were a little tight, but because we were friends, we didn't mind. We will most likely come back here as a group. Wonderful spot! - JBaird
Jul 2008 - $32.00
Camperama is a very friendly well run campground. Large grassy sites. Beautiful views and the water sites are the best. Activities for the kids. Recently changed hands and continues to be run well. We have been going there for 20+ years and will continue to do so. Wi-Fi is spotty. Honey wagon service is available if needed. - Fuller
Aug 2019 - $35.00
This was a one night stop for us. First. The campground is one of the cleanest quietest ones we've stayed in. The staff could not be friendlier and more helpful. We had to change our travel plans and we thankful we got a reservation. However our site was in a grassy group area. Luckily we have an EMS on our rig. The voltage dropped to below 110 amps several times. I'm sure when the the EMS cut the the power it kept us from having major electrical problems. - PRG
Aug 2019 - $39.00
Very basic campground nestled into the pine trees of Southern Vermont. Sites are in a circular pattern around a nice fishing pond with the FHU sites on the east side up on a terrace. There is a lighted fountain in the middle of the pond. Electric, water, sewer, cable TV and WiFi worked well. They have just upgraded the WiFi system and I saw speeds up to 27mbps occasionally. Provided cable TV has channels 2 thru 13 which includes two PBS channels. Additionally, Vermont Public TV is available over the air because a VPT set of channels is broadcasting from Pownal. Verizon voice and data are one bar. I had to step outside the MH to make phone calls. Our experience here was positive and we would come here again if we are in the area. - moderate camper
Jun 2019 - $41.00
Nice Campground WIFI OK, difficult to get to the campground if you use auto GPS. Only basic cable for TV. Has a private catch and release pond stocked with rainbow and brook trout. - Jim and Lynda
Sep 2015 - $25.00
Was here for a T@B rally 9/24-27. Campground run by city of N. Adams. Some sites power was at a distance and needed a long cord to plug in. Site 1&2 are small tent sites @$25 a night. Other sites $35-40. Campground host was very friendly. - Trub
Aug 2015 - $30.00
This park is long in the tooth and in need of a serious upgrade. At my first assigned site, I couldn't find the electrical outlet. Finally, it showed up, about 75 feet from my site. Electrical panels were shared by two sites, so only one got 30 amp service and the other 20 amp. Sites consisted of white coarse sand and gravel that stuck to everything. To get into the park after 4:30 pm, you had to put down a deposit for a tab to get in, even though the entrance gate had the capability of accepting keyed in numbers. Finally, using a credit card involved a $2.50 fee for the privilege. The campground is on the side of a steep hill (like much of the area). Staff was nice and helpful, but nothing can overcome the deep need for an overhaul. If there were no other campground in the area, we'd stay here again, otherwise probably not. - Jay Rutherford
Jun 2011 - $22.00
Town-owned campground and nearby lake are most acceptable, terrific pavilion, fishing and non-motorized boating, right in historic North Adams. Do not let your GPS take you up Mt Everest approach. Come in Route 2 to East Main St and left onto Kemp. Very friendly staff, good security. Can get very busy, suggest reservations. Appalachian Trail and other hiking nearby. Close to beautiful Williamstown and terrific art galleries. Our rate was with a rally. Temporary power problem required some caution: should be fixed soon. We would stay again. - Wheelbarrows