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Our Favorite Campgrounds in Vermont

by Mitch Siemens


Vermont, often hailed for its picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and outdoor recreational opportunities, offers RV enthusiasts a wealth of options to experience the state’s natural beauty up close. Whether you’re seeking a tranquil lakeside retreat or a wooded haven, Vermont’s RV parks have something for every traveler. In this guide, we’ll take a closer look at some of the prominent RV parks in Vermont, highlighting their amenities and the unique experiences they offer.

For a full list of amenities, follow the links to our listing of each campground.


Apple Island Resort in South Hero, Vermont

Regular Price: $80.00 - $90.00, PA Price: $40.00 - $45.00



For those seeking a luxury RV experience, Apple Island Resort is a premier destination. Overlooking Lake Champlain, this resort offers spacious RV sites with full hookups, plus amenities like a golf course, swimming pool, hot tub, store and more. The serene surroundings, including an apple orchard, provide a tranquil atmosphere for relaxation. Nearby attractions include the historical city of Burlington and its vibrant waterfront.


Maple Grove Campground • Fairfax, Vermont

Reg. Price: $45.00 - $50.00, PA Price: $22.50 - $25 • Website & Reservations



Maple Grove Campground, situated near the shores of Lake Champlain, offers stunning views and a range of activities. The RV sites are equipped with full hookups and picnic tables, making it a great spot for family gatherings. Boating, fishing, and swimming in Lake Champlain are just a few steps away. The campground also features a camp store, game room, and regular events to keep campers entertained.


Alpine Valley Campground • Concord, Vermont

Reg. Price: $80.00, PA Price: $40 • Website & Reservations



Nestled in the scenic rolling hills of Vermont, Alpine Valley Campground is known for its peaceful ambiance. The campground offers well-maintained RV sites with full hookups, along with facilities like a swimming pool, hiking trails, and a fishing pond.


Lake Dunmore Kampersville • Salisbury, Vermont

Regular Price: $53.00 - $57.00 • PA Price: $26.50 - $28.50



Situated by the scenic Lake Dunmore, Kampersville provides a serene lakeside experience. Sites come with full hookups, and guests can enjoy swimming, fishing, and boating in the crystal-clear waters of the lake. If you brought some boots, the surrounding Green Mountain National Forest offers numerous hiking trails and outdoor adventures.


Onion River Campground • Plainfield, Vermont

Regular Price: $45.00 - $55.00 • PA Price: $22.50 - $27.50

Website • Donate to help rebuild Onion River Campground: Link



Nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains, Onion River Campground is a family-friendly destination that boasts a serene atmosphere. Just miles from the location in the magazine cover, this campground is surrounded by lush forests and the calming Onion River. This park offers a wide range of amenities, from spacious RV sites with full hookups to clean restroom facilities and a camp store, visitors will find all the conveniences they need. The park also provides recreational opportunities like hiking trails, fishing spots, and a playground for the young ones.



IMPORTANT: Roadway access and parts of Onion River Campground have suffered severe damages during the Vermont Flood of July 2023. Therefore, they will be closed until their projected reopening on May 1st, 2024. In the effort to bring back their campground and livelihood to its normal and wonderful state, Onion River Campground has started a campaign to raise money for covering the costs of these repairs. To help, please consider donating here.

Passport America’s Vermont parks offer a diverse range of experiences, from lakeside retreats to mountain getaways. Each park provides a unique blend of amenities and natural beauty, ensuring that RV’ers can create unforgettable memories while exploring the stunning landscapes of Vermont. Whether you’re seeking relaxation or outdoor adventures, these RV parks are ready to welcome you to the beauty of the Green Mountain State.

If you have any questions about any of our campgrounds or your Passport America membership, please don’t hesitate to give us a call at (800)-681-6810.

Happy camping!

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