Vermont is most famous for its natural stores of maple
syrup, granite and marble - along with a reputation as an
East Coast skiing capital featuring world famous Vermont
ski resorts at Killington, Sugarbush.and Stowe - but there's so much more for the outdoor adventurer in the Green Mountain State.
Add to that Vermont's state park system for a myriad of opporunities for hiking, biking, fishing and sleeping under the stars nestled under a canopy of trees, beside a mountain, or along a pristine lake or stream. In Vermont, you'll find more than three dozen state parks with primitive tent campsites, interspersed with camper cabins and cottages offering all the comforts of home.
Statewide, you'll also discover family-friendly rv parks and campgrounds in and around Burlington and other major tourist spots with amenities ranging from rustic campsites to luxury rv parks with cable TV and Wi-Fi connections.
Vermont campgrounds around the Web:
Vermont State Parks - Camping- The official site with complete facts and information on amenities and activities by park, a guide to family-friendly campsites, with general information on fees, reservations, and season passes.
Vermont Campground Association - An extensive directory of member sites with information on rv parks and campgrounds statewide browseable by region, with at-a-glance amenities charts, maps and photos, camping tips and advice, fishing guide and weather information.