1. Johnny T

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    We spent four nights here with three linked sites and had a great stay. Kids enjoyed the stream and trails directly behind one of the sites. We had a popup and while some sites won’t accommodate them due to size, we had plenty of room. No hook-ups available so you’ll have to be self-sufficient. Really nice facilities, only one shower but it’s a small cg so if timed well there’s minimal wait. Close to everything local. Lean to was easily large enough to accommodate a family with gear. Great fire pit with a rack for cooking. Heavily wooded, private sites. Quiet at night, very peaceful. I can highly recommend.

  2. Nicholas Liberatore

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    I was a park attendant aat Smuggler’s Notch State Park,and in the eighties I trained many people for that position.Unless the state has sold parts of the park,it borders on Smugglers’ Notch.The sides of smugglers’ Notch are so steep that trees’ roots cannot grow into the ground and hold it steady,so mudslides are comon several times a year,and hikers,espescially groups of hikers,are warned not to go there Of course in the 80’s,when I worked as a ski instructor and part of their ski patrol in the winter and a park attendant the rest of the year,Stowe was very small-Mount Mansfield,Smugglers Notch State Park,Smugglers’ Notch, the Trapp Family Lodge,and the entrance to Stowe were all one road going east and west, which merged with route 11,which went north and south.7 miles north of Stowe Route 11 would end at Morrisville, and mergie into route 5,which went east and west..5 miles to the west it would go through Johnson,and 11 miles more it would reach Burlington. As a semi-proffesional nature and macro photographer,I will guarantee that all 3 were great for taking scenic pictures.They also were loaded with covered bridges of a New Hampshire style,although with the increase in traffic and population some of them may have had to be torn down.

  3. A Google User

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    A really quiet, clean and tucked away campground on a nice hill next to Stowe and Smugglers Notch. A good campground to go to if you are looking for a bit more privacy. Easy drive into downtown Stowe with lots to do nearby.

  4. Tamir Offek

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