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The friendly crackle and smoky aroma of a campfire, the plaintive song of loons on the lake under a night sky pierced with stars, the flavor of s’mores and other traditional treats, and the camaraderie that comes with evenings spent together beyond four walls combine to create the enveloping sense of wonder a camping trip offers. 

Thirty-nine of Vermont's 55 beautifully maintained state parks offer staffed camping facilities, including primitive wilderness or remote-access sites, cozy lean-tos and cabins, or RV sites, with a variety of things to do in the surrounding areas. Vermont also has nine Green Mountain National Forest campgrounds. These sites tend to be more rustic, providing a close-up view of Vermont's beautiful woodlands. Backwoods campers may camp anywhere in the Green Mountain National Forest as long as they are more than 200' from a road, trail, or water. Travelers can find the comforts of home at glamping sites, often with amenities like internet access, movie nights, and bathroom and kitchen facilities.
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Reserve A Campsite

Camping is a great way to spend a night (or two) in Vermont. Vermont State Parks offer a wide variety of camping experiences that will reconnect you with nature.

Find A Campground

For full RV hookups, try one of the many private RV campgrounds in Vermont. The Vermont Campground Association has an interactive campground map, too.

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Vermont Huts Offer Unparalleled Experiences

The Vermont Hut Association’s primitive, cozy and beautiful huts offer outdoor enthusiasts overnight access to the beauty of Vermont in all four seasons. Find your next dream vacation destination inside.

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State Parks

Vermont's State Parks are open year-round. From camping in cabins to enjoying a day on the lake swimming, paddling or boating, learn more about Vermont's 55 state parks.

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Whether walking in the woods or scrambling up a rock face, the Green Mountains are home to a wide variety of hiking options. Find your next peak and get ready for unforgettable adventure

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Whether you fly fish Vermont’s creeks and streams, cast from a boat on Lake Champlain, or fish from shore, the catch of the day is always fresh.


Summer means the chance to camp at Vermont State Parks or private campgrounds across the state. Connect with the outdoors, enjoy stunning views and get some quality time in with loved ones – or just the peace of nature.