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Camping on the Battenkill
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    If your idea of camping is a quiet family campground that brings you back to nature, then you’ve come to the right place. Just north of the town of Arlington on Historic Route 7A you’ll find Camping on the Battenkill. Your hosts, Shelley-Ann and Alan, purchased the park in September, 2019.

    The Battenkill River is known as one of the best trout streams in the East. The challenge is in landing the native trout that reside in the stream. Swimming in the campground is done at the natural swimming hole in the Battenkill where the water is clear and refreshing. For little children who need a quiet area for swimming, there is the local recreational park, located 1000 feet from the campground. Many campers enjoy bringing their own tubes or canoes and floating down the river. Children and adults alike enjoy our open field for playing ball games, swinging on the swings, or digging in the sand pile.

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Within the 35 acres of our campground:

  • 48 sites in hardwoods
  • 37 sites in a partially wooded area
  • 18 sites along our open field/playground area
  • Generously spaced graveled sites for tents as well as RVs
  • Basic tent sites with no hook-ups (extra charge for water & electric site)
  • RV sites with water & electric or water, electric & sewer hook-ups
  • Riverfront sites
  • Group camping is available in our open field area.
  • Two centrally located comfort stations feature flush toilets, sinks and hot showers.
  • Other services (dumping station, firewood, ice, snacks, t-shirts) are located at campground store.
  • Natural swimming area where the water is clear and refreshing. Bring your own tubes or canoes, or schedule a rental and delivery of a Tube, Canoe, or Kayak with shuttle service through one of the companies listed on the Directions & Nearby Attractions page.
  • Playground and open field for playing ball games, swinging on the swings, or digging in the sand pile.