It’s been a few years since we’ve last visited Pine Valley KOA. We’ve always been happy with our stay here so we decided to stop back for a long weekend of camping.
Check-in was quick and the staff were very polite. We were escorted to and assisted into our site. Our site (#59) wasn’t particularly roomy and it took some time before we got our trailer level, but it was for only a couple of days so we were OK with it. Only a smaller RVs would work at this site.
The campground has added a number of amenities since our last stay. The camping cabins are really nice and each one was built with unique features. There are also a number of sites with premium amenities as well.
The property is well maintained and the facilities are spotless. There are several restroom/shower facilities located throughout the park so you don’t have to walk far from your campsite to use them. Garbage and recyclables are collected every morning right in front of your site.
This KOA is located on US Route 4 and less than a mile from I-89. Despite it’s location, it was relatively quiet at night.
Across the street from the campground entrance is a the Route 4 Country Store Deli & Bar-B-Que with great food, groceries and ice cream! Quechee Gorge, Vermont’s little Grand Canyon is only a couple of miles west on US Route 4… along with gift shops, restaurants and antique shopping stops. A few more miles west is the town of Woodstock, a beautiful New England village you can spend hours exploring.
Quechee/Pine Valley KOA makes a great overnight stop if you’re passing thru or a convenient base for exploring the area. We’ll be back!