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21 RV Parks near Woodstock, Vermont
We did however find 21 campgrounds within 25 miles of Woodstock. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Woodstock in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Park has large, fairly level campsites throughout the park. No hookups, but outlets available at bathhouse or covered area near entrance, where there is wifi available.
Simply beautiful campground, friendly staff, and interesting state. - SDgypsy
Aug 2016 - $50.00
A great family campground . Everything is spotless clean . Employees are very helpful . A bit of highway noise from route 4 but not all that bad . It does get quiet at night . - GDM
May 2016 - $20.00
This is a great state park, set in a forest of tall stately pines. The campsites offer considerable privacy and are fairly large, most able to easily fit 2 large tents and 2 vehicles.
Some sites pair up nicely with others for multiple family/friend get-togethers. I recommend sites 9,11, 32-38 but I did not see a bad campsite. Amazingly it is an easy walk to the gorge, shops, and visitors center but has a feeling of isolation and is very quiet. - Ronahue
Sep 2019 - $58.00
One of the best stays ever. Not only was the staff friendly and the sites flat and well-maintained, but they had helpful handouts. Places to eat? They had a handout. Day trips and things to see/do? Handout. Rainy Day activities nearby? Handout. The extra information was very helpful. - DebGA
Aug 2019 - $60.00
Love the facility, very neat and well kept. Staff very friendly and helpful. Will definitely stay here again. - Mazzie
Jul 2019 - $63.00
A heavily wooded country campground. Asphalt entrance road turning to mostly single lane mostly gravel interior roads. Some tightness here and there but doable with a big rig. Relatively narrow sites set in the woods - satellite access very problematic. Mostly level with grass between the sites. Power OK, did not use water or sewer. Campground wifi had good signal with 1.1 Mbps; Verizon was 3 bars @ 2.2 Mbps; T-Mobile no service. No recycle on site that we found. OK road bike riding from campground. Good location for taking King Arthur baking classes. We would consider returning in the future. - SeaLandSkyPhoto
Jul 2011 - $44.00
Te owners were Very Nice and helpfull. The only thing it is not well marked to get to. I like the place it is what camping should be . - ubub
Jun 2008 - $40.00
Nice family campground. Big meadow for large rigs and motorhomes. Plenty of secluded tent and pop-up sites. Lots of riverfront sites for tents, with easy access into the water - jofus
Oct 2018 - $20.00
The park is beautiful . The campsites are spacious and private for tents and trailers/rv"s of maybe 25 ft or less . The auto road up to the top of Mnt Ascuyney offers outstanding views . The big drawback for me is the highway noise from Interstate 91. It is more than noticeable and constant day and night and for this reason I would not camp here again unless it were just an overnight stop . But for a day use trip up the auto road its worth going here . - GDM
Aug 2017 - $20.00
Mt. Ascutney State Park was the last stop on our week-long ME-NH-VT camping trip. We stayed for two nights, checking in on the last Friday in August. The campground was VERY empty. I counted about half a dozen occupied sites. It was so quiet, maybe a little TOO quiet. The ranger (young man) at the entrance was very helpful when checking in, and had no problem getting a couple bundles of wood out of storage for us. We took the auto road up, hiked to the top, and climbed the observation tower. Our campsite was quiet and spacious, no road noise and well secluded from the other sites. Very primitive and peaceful. No hookups, but the water spigot was directly across from our site so it was easy to fill our 5-gallon jug to refill our pop-up's water tank. Our gray water tote and cassette toilet were easily emptied at the dump station on the way out. Claremont, NH was just a short drive from the campground, and it was fun to explore town a little. - NTL1991
Aug 2016 - $18.00
No electric , water , or sewer at campsites. This is camping in the true old school fashion. But a beautiful park with plenty of hiking trails and a steep climbing auto road that will take you up to some nice views but not to the top of Mnt. Ascutney. You have to hike the rest of the way for that. There are some sites that would work for I would say up to a 28 or 29 foot trailer/RV. Lots of good tent and pop up sites though. It is a quiet, natural place if that's what you like. Like all the Vermont State Parks we've been to, the staff were helpful and friendly. Seemed to be a favorite place for Porcupines at night for what ever reason. Worth a few days visit for sure. - GDM
Aug 2006 - $20.00
Choice of mature pine or hardwood forest sites, or open grass meadow (there is a high power line overhead, but also a beautiful view of Okemo ski resort and surrounding mountains. Facilities are dated but kept clean. Owners are friendly & very helpful. Within a hour's drive of many of central Vermont & western New Hampshire's Ski resorts, cheese factories & other attractions, as well as 3 covered bridges within 5 miles. Swimming pool, playground and large grassy play yard for recreation. Definitely will stay there again. - readontheroad
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
Oct 2016 - $33.00
To be fair, they were closed for the regular season, and they did allow us to stay, without water or restrooms. The site was level, with power. So, what is there to complain about? Besides being right by the interstate, the place was just unattractive. It is a large field with some trees at one end, and narrow, hilly, access roads. I would not want to be there in the busy season. It just didn't fit the image of Vermont. - Kvw613
Jul 2016 - $37.00
Very nice and clean campground. Recently upgraded. Staff make you feel like family. Great place for the kids too. Each site has a fire ring, and with the sales of wood at the office, one can have a nice evening fire. - FishingMan1
Aug 2013 - $32.00
Nice location. There is a very steep driveway to get up but other then that it is okay to get through. Road is a bit bumpy but not bad. Had a big pull thru. Lots of seasonal people, but all very friendly. Well worth the stay. Nice area well worth the stay. - Travelin Jenkins
Oct 2018 - $34.00
$51 nightly though we averaged $34 with Passport America discount. W/E30/S/C; The camground is heavily wooded. We had a level dirt site with nice distance between neighboring sites. Location is very convenient as it is just a short distance off I-91. We would definitely stay here again. - Teddi2
Aug 2018 - $20.00
Quiet park in a heavily wooded area. Great feeling from start to finish. Arrival was quick and smooth with an escort to our site. 3 way hook ups were easy to use. No satellite due to trees but there was cable. Only 30 amp but we have found that to be typical in this area. Wifi was only available near office. Had issue with low voltage but the area electric provider is due to swap out the transformer. Being heavily treed, we didn't need as much AC as if we were parking in the open/sun. Owner was very accessible, willing to please and hard working. He even trimmed a branch we thought might interfere with our exit. Convenient location for us for side trips to American Precision Museum in Windsor and King Arthur in Norwich. Nice Shaw grocery store in nearby Springfield. Good value with Passport America and fit our needs perfectly. - Himie
May 2018 - $42.00
Overall a nice rustic campground. We were given an escort to our site upon arrival (nice touch). This campground is in the middle of the woods with large wooded and private sites. Hookups were easy to get to and located in the middle of the site. Water had sufficient pressure. 30amp power was not 30amp and kept tripping my surge protector. I could not run my AC and other items at the same time. Message on the device kept reading L1 was low.
Although they have rules listed on their literature, it very clear that they do not enforce them. Dogs are often left unattended at sites and often bark constantly. Upon leaving the campground we had to find our way out. There were low lying wires that needed to be lifted with a stick in order for the trailer to fit under. I might also suggest that the campground widen and clear some of the branches near the dump station. There is also a man made pond at the campground for swimming, but I would not go swimming in that water. - clw_man
Sep 2012 - $20.00
We have camped here in a Pop Up. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Nice quiet campground with clean restrooms. Canoes can be rented at campground or booked with a local outfitter. Love the flying squirrels - popupper
Sep 2011 - $20.00
This campground and most of the sites are right on the Connecticut River. We stayed one night on a rainy day on our way to northern Vermont right after the floods from Hurricane Irene that shut down much of the state. Nice campground but narrow road to get to the sites. We have a 25ft Fleetwood Pulse and we could fit in most sites but I would not want to drive down the narrow road with something bigger. No hookups but the sites are all shaded with a connecting trail on the cliff above the river. They do offer canoe trips from here where they will drop you off north of the campground and you paddle down and pull in at the campground. The staff was very nice and at the ranger station campers are welcome to enjoy their outside fireplace with a roaring fire and a cozy little room inside the building to meet others. Showers are extra but the restroom was old but very clean. It was not hard to get a site during the week during the fall on a rainy day but they do recommend getting reservations. - gsnakehill
Sep 2017 - $32.00
In addition to nightly rate, you're charged an extra $2/nite if you use your AC. They don't accept credit cards and prefer cash over a check. Lots of seasonal campers occupying preferred spots. Our site was pretty close to the road. Not much grass - so, despite outdoor mats, a lot of dirt got tracked into our camper. Faulty electric hookup required us to move after we were all set up, and caused blown fuses. Staff not very friendly. - Goldilox
Oct 2016 - $30.00
A complete difference from the other campground up the road. Lush greenery, nice roads, a pretty place. No restroom at our end, except for a porta pottie. No wifi except at the office, and that really doesn't count. Campgrounds need to grasp the concept of having high speed reliable internet service to all sites. If we really wanted to get away from it all, we'd be in a tent.
Nice family owners. - Kvw613
Sep 2011 - $30.00
A short distance off the highway and easy to navigate our 36 foot fifth wheel to the entrance. Easy check-in and a guide to get us to the generous pull through site. Cash or check only and WI-FI only available near the office. The staff was very helpfull. - SuiteHauler350