We camped here one night on a road trip through the western and central parts of the state. The park itself was peaceful but there is quite a bit of road noise from Rt. 100. We walked the Kent Brook Trail which was a nice walk but I was underwhelmed by the tree size. They are billed in the park brochure as "grand-sized." I didn't really see anything that looked much bigger than the trees in the woods behind my house. If you're not used to being in the woods it would probably be more interesting... One bit of advice - if you need supplies get them before you get into Killington. The closest grocery store is in Rutland according to the rangers. There is a small convenience store close by but the prices are pretty high. Make sure you walk or drive across the road to Kent Pond. It it beautiful and peaceful. It is not marked but there is a lovely waterfall just to the right of the pond- just listen for it. The highlight of the visit was hearing the loons calling from the pond during the evening and early morning.
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