The weekend is around the corner and if you haven’t planned anything as yet, let us suggest something. How about planning a camping trip with your family or friends in Vermont, USA?
Vermont is beautiful and it has the best state parks where you can camp your heart out whilst indulging in some of the most fun-loving activities and adventures with the best people in tow.
Here are the best places for camping in Vermont, USA
Mt. Philo State Park, Charlotte
The beautiful Mt. Philo overlooks the stunning Lake Champlain Valley as well as the Adirondack Mountains. This place is so picturesque that it would make you fall in love with it at first sight.
The adventure junkies can have the time of their lives hiking up the mountain trail. The nights are soothing and full of peace.
Waterbury Center State Park, Waterbury Center
This place is an ideal spot for camping if you like mountains. This is basically a day park but becomes a beautiful spot for camping at night. The sand beach, the green picnic areas, as well as scenic beauty are some elements that are going to tempt you to visit here again and again.
Elmore State Park, Elmore
Many trails, a large beach, grassy area for picnics and sports make it a place where you can indulge in many adventure activities and have a fun time with your family and loved ones. You can also plan for boat rental and enjoy boating around the beautiful scenery.
Green River Reservoir State Park, Hyde Park
This is the most secluded park of Vermont, thereby serving an ideal option for all those who want to have a private camping experience, away from the hustle-bustle and unwanted noise.
There are almost 28 campsites throughout the banks, all of which are primitive and remote. You can reach these spots only by paddling. These camping sites provide for a fire ring, cooking grate, and all the other camping essentials.
Smugglers’ Notch State Park, Stowe
This place is a narrow pass via Mount Mansfield that is surrounded by 1,000 feet cliffs on either side. This place has the best hikes for adventure enthusiasts. The long trail is the place where you can stroll having your partner in tow.
This camping spot is situated nearby Stowe, a charming village. Extending your camping trip to explore this quaint village isn’t a bad idea either.
Osmore Pond, Groton
This quiet area is flanked by stone fireplaces that have been built long ago. The fireplace setting, remote location, peace, and tranquility around this area make it a perfect getaway for camping with your partner and friends.
You can choose different packages that include renting a boat or canoe and make the most of your camping experience.
Vermont is the place to be, if you are planning to host a good camping night with your family or friends. Explore these gems of Vermont and get going for a fun-filled camping experience. This is the best weekend plan!
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