Like others have said, it is a good basic campground with the bonus of a nice little pond, a beach and some human-powered boat rentals. Also noticed a volleyball net near the check-in station and a basketball hoop near the beach. The campsite we had was private, but most of the others I saw were closer to each other that I prefer. The lean to was large and in good condition, but had no nail hanger/hooks inside. Picnic table was in good shape. The bathrooms were OK; clean enough and nothing broken. Didn't use the showers but they looked OK as well. The only drawback is the noise at night from traffic on Rt 7, a major North/South highway in VT. The campground is on the west side of Rt 7, about a quarter mile from the road and about 150 feet above it on a plateau on the side of a large mountain. On the east side of Rt 7 is another large mountain. This forms a natural amphitheater for tire and engine noise from passing cars, trucks, and of course the "load pipes save lives" dingbats on Harley's. (I'm a motorcyclist, but the loud pipes have really reached the ridiculous stage). You don't notice it much during the day, but if you're a light sleeper then you will at night. You can hear them coming from a mile away and for a mile after they've gone by, and it really doesn't stop all night (don't ask how I know). So, if you like the sound of crickets and maybe a flowing stream to lull you to sleep, look elsewhere; if you can sleep though anything, this place would be OK.
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