September 16, 2021 - reviewed by Dave
Stayed 2 nights. About $33 a night. Big spots. Quite area. No water or electric. Used as a base and worked out great.
September 13, 2021 - reviewed by FLB
Park is staffed by a group of young professionals. The campground is spotless, Walk to the gorge is cool . Ice cream shop nearby with a cool dog. Clean restroom and showers. Been in 38 states this is a favorite.
September 15, 2019 - reviewed by Jon
Very large wooded sites, probably more spacious than any campground I have been to. Water and dump station is available, no hook ups at the sites. .5 mile hike to the Quechee Gorge. We would definitely return.
July 17, 2018 - reviewed by Mushocks
Vermont Sweetness The
We never get tired of going to Quechee. Great Park! Nice Hikes! Great Location! Super Sites!
May 22, 2018 - reviewed by Christopher HAYES
Love this place. Always something going on in the area.
October 19, 2017 - reviewed by Skip
A Great Stay
Planned to only stay one night and then move on. We did move on, but came back, we enjoyed it so much. Lots of privacy in each site. Most are back in, but they are angled to make backing pretty easy. No hookups, but there is potable water if you need to fill tanks, and there is a dump station. The only reason I knocked it down from 5 to 4 stars is because the showers are pay. I don't like having to carry a pocket full of quarters when I take a shower. Rachel, who checked us in, was an angel. Very, very helpful.
October 19, 2017 - reviewed by Maow Watson
Wonderful Campground, Great Location
Very helpful staff!! Love this camground, super quite, spacious lot and easy to back in with our 30' trailer. No hook up available but they do have flush toilet and coil operated shower. Super location to Quechee Village, Woodstock where all the shops and restaurants are. Quechee gorge is only half mile away. Make this campground is an ideal location. $22 to camp for out of state guests, $20 residents.
June 24, 2015 - reviewed by Chris
We camp at Quechee several times a year. It is clean, quiet, with sites that can hold tents to large trailers. The bath houses are very clean, as well as the showers. Water spigots are numerous. Generators are allowed. We "dry" camp without electricity and bring water. There is a trail to hike Quechee Gorge from the campground.