A winter camping trip offers the opportunity to see another side of Vermont's beautiful outdoors. Make your home in the snow and bed down for the night amid the silence and serenity of the season. Luckily for winter camping enthusiasts, Vermont State Parks never close, and make a great spot to set up camp. The winter months mean the least number of visitors to the parks, which just means more space for you. Before you enjoy a winter camping trip, we suggest you read up on Vermont's winter conditions and how to best enjoy your experience.
Winter Fun at Vermont State Parks
Vermont State Parks are some of the best places to enjoy a host of winter activities, from snowshoeing to ice fishing to sledding. Find parks to enjoy by activity.
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.
Even if you don’t ski, there are ways the whole family can get out into Vermont’s snowy wonderland. Enjoy the calm, quiet and scenic beauty of the season.
Our state parks never close, which gives an open invitation to anyone who is looking to walk through our winter wanderland. Experience the views of a lifetime in Vermont.
CROSS COUNTRY SKIING
Vermont’s Nordic skiing offers spectacular views for all skill levels, from groomed trails to backcountry quests. Find resorts and travel planning information here.
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