Our family of 4 (two adults and two young boys; ages 5and 8) rented an RV for a week in late Aug 2019. We are usually tent campers and prefer quiet, rustic camping. We planned to stop in a campground in VT. for one night and head north. We stumbled upon tree farm campground online and called hoping for a last minute Saturday night site. They said plenty were available. We arrived and Ben greeted us and gave us a tour of the available sites. What a pleasure to go to a campground that actually kept trees for privacy! There’s nothing worse than a campground that’s an open field! We chose a site for the night and unfortunately since they have a lot of seasonal campers we had neighbors all around us (most just empty campers). We prefer to look at nature rather than campers so my husband and I walked around the campground the next morning and found many sites that were completely private and asked to move to one. Once we did, this place was magical! We loved it so much we stayed the whole week! They had a scavenger hunt that offered clues to find treasures. This kept our family busy the entire week. It kept the kids excited and we had a blast getting to know their property. It was a great way to get the kids to go hiking without any complaints! My kids loved the playground and tetherball. The hiking trails were great on my feet with a nice soft terrain. Even after it rained the grounds were not muddy at all. There were no mosquitoes until after the rain (and still not that bad, we were expecting way worse). The campground is very well maintained and clean. The lodge offered clean spacious showers and toilets as well as games and books to borrow. Blueberry picking on site. The waterfall was beautiful and it was just lovely to listen to the sounds of nature. Ben and Elizabeth are very sweet and friendly (yet not intrusive) hosts. We can’t wait to go back next year with our tent!…
Multiple sites with plenty of room for motorcycles and large tenta like Redverz. Free showers with plenty of hot water. Soil is mostly pine needles which is nice to walk on without getting your feet dirty. One site is 26$ On crate of wood is 6
Very friendly owners. Not much to do so this is good if you are looking for quiet down time, not activities. It's VERY wooded, so there are lots of mosquitos and while we're used to have trees when we go camping in our travel trailer, this was the first time that I needed to spend an entire afternoon when I got home cleaning off a crazy amount of sap from the camper and my truck.
This is a quiet family owned campground and a great value. It’s a beautiful place to stay to explore the area. It has a rustic feel with sites among the trees - you can hardly see your neighbors. The sites are large and level with full hookups as well as tent sites. It is family and dog friendly with a playground and dog park. The owners are hospitable and take pride in their business. We will make this our go to campground to explore VT. It must be breathtaking in the fall.
My husband and I decided on a Thursday that we wanted to go camping the next night. He called, and we were able to get a site easily. When we arrived, the staff was friendly and courteous. The manager (son of owners) escorted us to our site and gave us directions to get to Trout River, where his brother is the brewer. There is beautiful artwork in the lodge, hiking trails everywhere, and the sites are well maintained. We will be back for sure!