Chittenden Brook Campground6 Votes
- Address: Chittenden, VT 05737, USA, United States
- Phone: +1-8027674261
- Tags: Camp, Family And Kids
The Chittendon Brook Campground nestled in the northern Hardwood Forest is a small and semi-remote campsite that offers a perfect natural setting far from the madding crowd. The location by the Chittendon Brook that meets the White River adds to the charm of the place and gives you ample opportunity to encounter wildlife. White-tailed deer and bears are some of the abundant species of the park. The well-maintained trails offer excellent opportunity to enjoy hiking and mountain biking. The waterfalls and the streams are perfect for enjoying swimming, fishing, tubing and kayaking. You can also engage into limited hunting around the mountainous forests. There are seventeen overnight sites for tents and RV Camps, each having picnic table, fire ring, grill, gravel tent pad and parking space.
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Chittenden Brook Campground Reviews & Ratings
It's an awesome campground but not all the sites are secluded and remote, some are really close to each other and to the road.. (which seems strange to me considering how much space there is in the woods).. but I guess it's good if you are camping with a big group of friends, you can book several close campsites (number 2, 3, 4 and 5 for example) and be able to see and hear everybody and hang out together.. the more secluded campsites are on the side of the brook (number 12-16 I think)
Really great camp ground. The campground is very secluded and small. Was really beautiful and listening to the Brook in the evening is quite nice.
Not the best campground
Great campground, sites are nice and the area is secluded.
It's a great clean campground. While it's clean vault toilet is roughing it for some the cost makes up for it. If you camp check out the national park pass.