This is a rather small campground, and there are not a lot of activities planned at the campground, but overall it was a decent place to stay. The pool is small but was never really crowded when we were here. There is direct access to the river where you can fish, tube, canoe, or float if you want. The owners are pretty decent and they don't gouge you on prices. We'd come back again if we were ever this direction. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park on the river. Seems well kept and, all sites are grass and fairly level. Some seasonal guests and most of those rigs are in decent shape. There is no sewer, but it does have a dump station. Family oriented with the river and pool. Easy access down a gavel road which is very common in Vermont. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great river sites, owners friendly enough, but has archaic reservation systems with frequent errors, but were willing to work with us to correct. quiet, no activities, but river was more than enough. Very small store - limited supplies. Lots of area attractions. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camped here over a very busy Fourth of July weekend. While the campground was full, it was fairly quiet and did not feel as crowded as others we have visited. We had a grassy, partly shaded river front site that was very clean and was spacious enough for our pop-up and screen room. The pool was clean and the kids loved it. There were a ton of little kids, toddlers etc. Also, pets are allowed and some owners were not fastidious about cleaning up after them or keeping them quiet in the early am hours. The bathrooms were typical plywood stalls, clean enough even with a full campground. Over all we liked this campground and if we are ever in the area again we will stay there. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.