October 2, 2021 - reviewed by D&R
Very quiet and beautiful. Very nice staff. No electric but can run generator at specified times. Don’t want to cook? We went across the bridge to a restaurant called The Bridge. Very good food and homemade pies. Also ice cream!
October 13, 2019 - reviewed by Kevin
Beautiful spot, a lot of history and very peaceful. Very reasonable camping fees, too.
The spot was difficult to get into, glad we didn't have a bigger trailer, we never would have made it. There is water but not at every site. I should have looked closer when reserving, I didn't realize there was no electricity either. Our battery kept dying and we finally needed to borrow power from our neighbors generator to leave.
If you don't mind boondocking this is a great spot.
August 14, 2019 - reviewed by Renee
Nice, Quiet Place To Stay
Stayed for one night passing through. Grounds are nice. Many open lots when we stayed in mid-August. Boondock camping with a dump station and water on site. Generator restrictions at certain hours.
June 21, 2018 - reviewed by Mgpone
We stayed here mid week in mid June. There weren’t many campers. It was very quiet. Campground roads are paved. Easy to get into sites with our 20 ft trailer and pickup. Most sites are grass. Have a cement fire pit with grill top and a picnic table. No electric here. Water spigots around for toting water. Our view is Lake Champlain and the bridge to Vermont. Shower buildings are dated but clean. No locking doors on shower stalls. Just plastic curtains. We were able to use both ATT and Verizon cell phones here with no problem. I would stay here again.