There are many ways to enjoy camping trips in the adventurous American state of Vermont. These include camping in national forests, state parks and private campground.
You can rough it with a tent in the woods with the animals or camp in luxury and style in an RV with satellite dish.
There are numerous choices, locations and landscapes to choose from and they all offer wonderful camping and hiking experiences.
Some of the most popular national grounds are the Green Mountain National Forest Campgrounds and there are six of these to choose from. These are beautiful areas that offer the camping basics such as fire rings with grills, tables, vault toilets and hand water pumps.
They’re great areas for primitive camping as you’re allowed to set up camp just about anywhere in the forests. You’ll be close to nature while camping in solitude. If you need any up-to-date information and free maps on these grounds you can get it from the U. S. Forest Service.
There are also 39 campgrounds located in the 50 Vermont state parks. These locations are beautifully maintained and offer excellent camping facilities, making them ideal for families. If you’re more interested in RV Camping there are over 100 private campgrounds in the state.
This is good news for those who prefer this style of camping as there aren’t any RV hook-ups in Vermont’s state parks and national forests.
The numerous private sites are a quite a bit less primitive with most of them offering a wide range of services and facilities. These include camping luxuries such as general stores, recreational programs and swimming pools.
Whatever style of camping you choose to participate in you’re bound to have an excellent adventure as Vermont offers some of the most scenic areas in America.