My wife and I bought a Class C RV last spring and decided to take a chance and registered for the entire season at Brown Point Camping Area hoping that we weren’t making a mistake. We decided on this campground because we loved its location. We were familiar with this area because of having had a family retreat for several years that as only a few miles away. We loved the outdoor activities in the area, the great restaurants, and the multiple other nearby attractions.
It turned out to be a very smart decision because we loved the campground and have now signed up for another season. We love it because it represents what Vermont is all about. It is situated in a peaceful, beautiful, and rural setting. A view of a farm and nearby Mt. Ascutney greet you as you arrive. You are adjacent to Stoughton Pond recreation area which is part of the 1300 acre North Springfield watershed area. I love leaving my campsite on my mountain bike and riding on well maintained snowmobile trails around Springfield Lake or making a loop ride on dirt roads crossing two covered ridges and stopping at waterfall on the Black River.
This campground certainly isn’t your typical commercial manicured campground. At Crown Point the campsites are spacious an d wooded. It seems more like a state park than a commercial campground. eh relatively new owners are making major improvements. We are looking forward to enjoying the new Lagoon Area this season. The people there are great and we now feel part of an extended family.
If your interest is the same as ours, I would highly recommend Crown Point Camping Areas.