Make the campground your base camp as you explore the historic villages, beautiful vistas, and exciting hiking trails that Vermont has to offer! Bring your mountain bikes or walk the trails surrounding the campground. Enjoy the majestic pine forest, lovingly maintained campsites, art gallery and beautiful gardens.
Open May 11 to October 13
Amenities: Store / WiFi / LP Gas / Dump Station / Firewood / Recreational Hall / Pavilion / Hot Showers / Flush Toilets / Pets Welcome / Credit Cards Accepted
Recreation: Hike & Bike / Playground / Tubing Nearby / Swimming: StreamBoating Nearby
Sites: 38 Seasonal / 47 Overnight / 20 Pull-thrus / 5 No Hookups / 42 E & W / 80 E, W & S / Max. Length: 42 / Total Sites: 85
Nearby Cities / Towns: Chester, Ludlow, Ascutney, Windsor
Nearby Attractions: Copper Fox, Okemo Mountain, Trout River Brewery, Bromley Mountain, Vermont Country Store, Quechee Gorge, Muckross State Park, Mount Ascutney State Park, Harpoon Brewery, Saint Gaudens National Historic Site, Hartness House Inn & Tavern, Toonerville Rail Trail, The Gallery at the Vault, Springfield Art Gym, Wellwoods Orchards, Spring Weather Rec. Area, Stone Hearth Inn and Tavern, Black Rock, Sheri's Place, Cinemas 3, Springfield Diner, Riverside Restaurant, Simon Pearce, Silo Distillery, Hoyt's Landing
Owned or Managed by: Ben Streeter & Elizabeth Meuse
Phone: (802) 885-2889
Address: 53 Skitchewaug Trail Springfield, VT 05156
Travel Directions: Skitchewaug Trail is also Route 143. Do not take any turns off of 143 until you get to the campground sign with owls on it. If you are coming up Summer Street, keep right at the V up the hill where the road runs very closely to 3 homes.