Seasonal sites: 2-5, 8 & 9, 12-15, 17-19, 21-24, 28-32, 35, 37-40, 43-50, 54, 56-61, 65-67, 69 & 70.
RV Sites with hook-ups: 7, 10 & 11, 25, 33, 41 & 42, 51(large site for groups camping together), 52 & 53, 55, 62-64.
Tent Sites:(no hook-ups) 16, 20, 26 & 27, 68
Rental Campers are located on site 1 & 6
Nearby Rail Trail awaits you
Call to reserve your campsite NOW! 802-285-2240Franklin, Vermont
Seasonal Sites Call 802-285-2240 to get yours and camp all summer long!
5 minutes away by car
Whether you walk, ski, or ride, a trip on the Missisquoi Valley Rail Trail takes you into the heart of Northern Vermont’s agricultural open lands. The Trail wanders along the river, through the farms, forests, fields, and wetlands of Franklin County at a railroad’s pace – slow, steady grades with sweeping bends. For the full length of the Trail, you’ll see the postcard images of Vermont you’ve grown to love.
20 minute drive
Our town is known for its six beautiful and historic covered bridges, making Montgomery the record-holder for most covered bridges in New England and the United States at large.
A beautiful spot for a picnic or enjoy some fishing.
30 minute drive
An indoor water park featuring a lazy river, indoor and outdoor hot tubs, a flowrider to test your snowboard and surfing skills, La Chutes, or tubes that are 65' in the air and make you travel at 45 miles an hour to the landing pool, a 6 second ride to make you scream! They also include a childs play area, basketball in the water and rock climbing.
15 minute drive
Golf a beautiful 18 hole public course in Enosburg Falls, Vermont. When you golf at Enosburg Falls Country Club you will find a charming scenic 18-hole golf course situated in northern rural Vermont and is open to the public. At our country club you can take in the stunning views of rolling hills, mountain ranges, and dairy farms while you golf!
Explore and discover art, history, and the natural beauty of Vermont at Shelburne Museum, an unconventional and utterly delightful destination in the Champlain Valley. Folk art, Impressionist paintings, circus collections, and even a steamboat—it’s all here on our beautifully landscaped campus of historic buildings and galleries, each one filled with fascinating collections.
Fun-filled day for you at Franklin County Field Days, include:
Rides, Horse and pony pull, Live music, ATV drag race, Poker tournaments, Tractor & Truck pulls and Exhibits.
Trails are open every day from dawn until dusk and the Refuge Visitor Center is open daily Monday through Friday. Visitors are welcome to view the many educational exhibits, learn about refuge management programs and find out what’s going on at the refuge to benefit both wildlife and people.
The Great Vermont Corn Maze is located on a family 3rd generation dairy farm in North Danville, VT. The Great Vermont Corn Maze creates an entirely new maze design every year and have added several NEW surprises as well.
Tours run 7 days a week, 362 days a year. All Tours are guided, last 30 minutes and are offered (including the sample!) whether or not we are producing ice cream. Ice cream is typically produced daily although the schedule can change without advanced notice.
Same day reservations or reservations for groups of less than 10 are not necessary or accepted.
Come observe close to 1,500 animals representing 225 exotic species and 90 underwater species. Our researchers and scientists are passionate about their work, and strive to improve the quality of life for animals and better understand their behaviour, and above all protect endangered species.
Also have fun in the Amusement Park and Water Park.
Held the first weekend of June. Activities are the Vermont Dairy Festival Parade, Dairy Baking Contest, 10k Milk Run, Horse Pull, Milking Contest and Amusement Rides.