- PO Box 258, , East Thetford, VT 05043, USA
1/4 mile from exit 14 off I-91, turn east on Rt. 113 for 200′, turn left at commuter parking area sign onto Latham Road or from Rt. 5 turn west onto Rt. 113 for 1 mile. 21 semi-wooded acres, 90 sites 20 and 30 amp, 50 amp (selected sites), 59 full, 19 WE, 12 tents, Pull-thru sites available. Laundry, FP hot showers, flush toilets, dump, rec. hall, games, wood, ice, unlimited length, propane fill station, heated restrooms, modem friendly at office, playground, swimming pond and pool. Golf, fishing nearby. Good Sam Park. Seasonal sites available. MC/VISA.
Camping Season: 4/15-10/26
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
From Boston: Take 1-93 north to 1-89 north, then I-89 north to White river Jct., VT. Then I-91 north to exit 14. From N.Y.City: Take I-95 north to I-91 north to exit 14 in VT. From Albany: Take I-89 north to Glens Falls to Rte 4 east to I-91. Go north on I-91 to exit 14. From Burlington: Take I-89 south to White River Jct. Take I-91 north to exit 14. At Exit 14: Turn east for 200 feet, then next left (across from commuter parking lot) for 1/4 mile into campground.
- 3:30 PM EDT on May 25, 2018
- 6:00 AM EDT on May 26, 2018
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September 15, 2008
As for as a campground goes, it's ok.. it has spots to camp in .. but for the money I recommend going to the KOA in Queechee. At least at the KOA they deliver what they promise, unlike the greedy owners at Rest N Nest who promised internet and delivered limited access for a small amount of time each day. If this had been communicated I would have never made the reservation. I had to work, and so I had to find a campground with unlimited access to the internet. They would not consider our situation and charged us for a week of camping when we didn't even stay one full day.
I called this campground 2 times to make sure they had WiFi and explained why I needed it. Not once did they mention it was limited to 2 hours / day.
If you went to a campground that advertised full hook-ups, and then once you got there they said the water would only be on for 2 hours per day, would you stay?
The owners do not care for their customers, and only care about making a buck. They were unapologetic in taking our money for services that were promised and not delivered.
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