Looking for a Scenic Campground

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Looking for a Scenic Campground

Postby Guest » Wed Jul 12, 2000 2:27 pm

We have set aside the last week in Sept. + first 3 weeks of Oct. for a Camping/foliage trip in the east. We'll be traveling from Colorado and would like to set up a basecamp somewhere in Vermont, from which we will take day trips and an occasional overnight at B&Bs. Any suggestions for a scenic campground which would accommodate a 5th wheel (25 ft) with hookups, which is centrally located in great foliage country? Looking for quintessential Vermont (covered bridges, rolling hills, country stores) that I remember from my child


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Re: Looking for a Scenic Campground

Postby vilvic » Sat Jul 15, 2000 12:25 pm

Since our B&B is in the Stowe area (Morrisville actually) I am very partial to this area. Absolutely incredible foliage that time of year. Also unbelievably busy, some B&B's are already booked out...so firm up your plans for area campgrounds or B&B's VERY SOON, so you won't be disappointed. Consider staying for several days in an area and make day trips...saves a lot of packing and unpacking...also many places require 2 to 4 night minimum stays during foliage.<P>blessings<P>philip

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Re: Looking for a Scenic Campground

Postby svmoderator » Mon Jul 24, 2000 4:24 pm

Peggy,I think that by the second week in October, most campgrounds will be closed for winter here. If anyone knows of some who stay open later, please comment.Susanne



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