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Acampamento aberto a partir de 01 May até 05 December
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4 / 5 (16 votos )

Moose River Campground

Junction Route 2 & Route 18
05819, St. Johnsbury
Vermont, Estados Unidos

A campground that caters to Adults. Many weedend activities-pig roast (2), chicken BBQ, turkey on a stick, country bands country singers, karaoke, and many more...We are nestled in the crook of the Moose River and centrally located for plenty of sight seeing. Close by is Steve Huneck Dog Mountain, Fairbanks Museum and Planetarium, maple Factory, Kingdom Trail and many many other attractions! FREE WIRELESS INTERNET ON YOUR SITE!!

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Parque infantil
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Anónimo
Inglês (US)
The campground is nice, with great access to the calm, and relatively shallow, Israel River. Very well located near the White Mountain National Forest, with just a 30-min drive to either Mt. Washington or the Flume Gorge.
1 mês ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We booked based upon Campendium recommendations but were very disapppointed. Unless you are a tent camper the Onion River is not in view and campground has not groomed along the shoreline or removed dead trees; thus it is hard to see the river unless you access it thru one of the tent sites. The biggest issue was loud traffic noise from US 2. I should have anticipated this by looking at a map, but missed it entirely. We found our close neighbors to be very nice young people. Park has so much potential but needs work. Too many campers for the little washroom/showers, in my opinion.
2 meses ás

Anónimo
Inglês (US)
We stayed here 2 nights in July and it was absolutely beautiful wish we could come back in the fall. The people are amazingly friendly, not just the staff but everyone we saw. They had blueberries you could pick (if ripe) and we saw a small apple orchard that were not ripe. Wonderful trails through the meadows, and a lovely “creek” with access for fishing. My kids had a blast exploring this campground. We had water and electric in a large grass site. With the Passport America discount it was $20 a night. They have a dump station that was easy to use. We did not use the showers so I can’t comment on them other than they were there. Side note this is about 30 min from the first Ben and Jerry’s factory (make sure to schedule a tour online) and 20 minutes from Montpellier.
2 meses ás

The Barrett’s
Inglês (US)
We found Moose River campground because we wanted to visit Stowe Vermont in the October for the Fall and Moose River was the only campground we could find near the area that was open but it turned out being a wonderful option. We got super lucky to get a seasonal spot with a practical front yard facing the River. This isn’t common for every site but most all sites are on the River which is a gorgeous view. There are a lot of seasonal campers there so it feels like you’re staying in a small tight knit community. They provide bagels and muffins every Sunday free of charge which just adds to the charm. The owners, Mary and Gary are super friendly and helpful. Definitely would stay here again!
11 meses ás

HarveyFarm
Inglês (US)
We had a great stop - very easy to enter, find the dumps station and water hose. Everyone (staff and campers) were very helpful. Our first dump stop!!
1 ano ás

abby
Inglês (US)
I didn’t stay here but they were on a path for boondocking. I called to ask if I could fill up water and they were very nice and allowed to fill up water at the campground. Cute place, with grassy camp spots next to a small river.
1 ano ás

Jenn41
Inglês (US)
I called ahead to ask questions about the campground, if they could accommodate us. She said yes, to make the reservation online. Got our confirmation, but we were not on the books when we got there. She found us a spot in a field in the grass anyway with 50 AMPS. It was not level at all. Then when we dumped the next morning, the sewage was full and spewed out on us until we back it down. The campground had an amazing setting! Right on a cool river. And the staff was nice the one time we saw them. Just not great for a class a motor coach.
1 ano ás

Mick & Karla
Inglês (US)
Moose River was easy to find and check in was quick as the owner comes out to your rig due to COVID to give you your package. We proceeded to pull-through site 25 with FHUs with utilities situated on the site center. The pull through sites were the better spaced sites. There were back-in sites along the campground (CG) perimeter and right on Moose River but most of the river sites were very close together. They had wood and propane for sale. The cable service worked well. We received 2 bars each on AT&T and Verizon. CG WiFi worked very well, mainly because they only allow two devices on the network and give you two access codes at check in. Some people complained, however, we believe more CGs should have this type policy. The CG was well maintained. For the sewer, they have holding tanks versus a sewer system. The tank was 100 gallons and they empty on Mondays and Fridays. If it fills sooner, upon request they will pump it out. The CG website advertises as catering to adults and we like the fact there were not kid type amenities. The owner stated that he sometimes gets inquiries if this CG is nudist friendly (its not) due to “we cater to adults.” There was a small fenced dog area on the adjacent property owned by the campground. The laundry room was small, expensive, and the dryers had issues. We originally wanted to book from Mon - Sat, but was told we'd have to either leave Friday or stay through Sun. As we were meeting up with friends to start traveling together, we wanted to leave the same day as them. It's okay to leave on Sat if you are staying Sat - Sat. I called to arrive a day early at our next stop and then called back here to book from Mon - Fri. That's when the owner decided it was okay to leave on Sat, but it was too late as I had already reserved the next stop. Overall, we had a pleasant experience.
2 anos ás

Rob
Inglês (US)
Great quite campground, we had a pull through site with a big front yard at the Tractor Garden. The grounds are kept immaculate with large pull thru sites in the middle. Many of the sites around the camp ground are on the Moose river. They ave a large fire ring, and pavilion where they have pot lucks and entertainment (none-during covid). The campground does have laundry and bath houses near the office and front porch where campers and friends can enjoy a cup of coffee while visiting with others. (note: porch closed during covid). Pets are welcomed and they have a dog park to allow your dog off leash. This a great place to stay to visit both the Green and White mountains to explore all they have to offer.
2 anos ás

Emie
Inglês (US)
As you arrive, the campground is landscaped with flowers and various moose related lawn ornaments. They obviously work diligently to keep the grounds looking beautiful. The building where you check is like a comfy cabin with a long porch and plenty of seating. The owners are friendly and give you a wave whenever you drive by. There are rules, and they are pretty direct about sticking to them. Not a problem for us. The park is on the Moose river which, unfortunately, is brown due to its origin in Victory Bog. It makes some nice noise though! The majority of sites have good spacing. There are only a handful of 50 amp sites. I think the waterfront sites (except the prime site) are all 30 amp. The pull-thru sites share a pole so you are close on one side. The owners ask you to pull forward as far as possible so the RVs are more more staggered. Sites are gravel, grass, and dirt and fairly level. It’s quiet for the most part except for some highway noise (jake brakes notably) from Portland street. The downside is that connectivity can be a problem. The WII FI worked reasonably well and then, inexplicably, would stop working at all. Verizon was sometimes 4g 1-2bar and other times 3g depending on where you were standing. So our mobile service and hot spots were not very reliable. If you are a typically a feast for bugs, keep bug spray handy especially in the evening. They are voracious and will leave a mark! There is a cattle ranch nearby so some days there is a pretty powerful aroma. The park is centrally located but you have to drive 30-60 minutes to get to most attractions. Overall, a very nice campground and we would return.
3 anos ás

noadventure2small
Inglês (US)
Had a nice time at the campground. Love that we had access to the river behind our site. The host was awesome. Would always come to our site to make sure everything was good. We didn’t use the bath house but it did looked clean. We will definitely stay there again.
3 anos ás