We enjoyed our stay at the campground. There was plenty to do for the kids and the sites up top were more private and seemed like there was more room. The sites were also fairly level. The disappointing part of the park was that you have to pay for everything from WiFi to showers. That seems to be the complaint most people have, including the regulars. For the prices charged, you don't get as much as other parks.
We stayed for one night rv. Our campsite was close to the entrance and the laundry room. Because we had no neighbors there was a lot of room. But I guess during the season the space will be small for each site. We had to pay for laundry and the laundry room closes at 9pm. It surely is a nice campground for traveling through and we enjoyed our stay. In our opinion it was a little pricey because you have to pay extra for mostly everything for example the WIFI.
Just 10 miles from Burlington and Lake Champlain. Facilities were great as was the laundry room. Premium sites were huge, LEVEL grass with paved roads. To say the least, it was lovely. Staff great and actually interact with you. Good cable and wifi. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. 5 stars = concrete pads, paved roads, large sites for my reviews. This is a very nice CG .
Stayed here four nights. Big, clean well maintained campground with lots of activities. There are two swimming pools, mini golf, pedal carts to rent, movies and more. Many of the sites are in the grass with a picnic table. There is only pay wi-fi here. Lone Pine is convenient to Burlington and just off property is the Burlington Bike Trail. There is no dog park area or dog clean up spots - bring your own bags.
Arrived early May for a family visit, park had plenty of room in the upper section. Check in was pleasant, everyone very helpful. Our site was level, great utility setup, carpet on site kept the RV clean. Weekend picked up in campers but everyone was nice and no problems. Plenty of kids and pets.
Large campground close to Burlington VT for seeing the sites. Easy access in and out. All paved roads. Sites are mostly all grass. Some are spacious some aren't. We were in site 192 back in. Plenty of room but due to the weather the grass was soggy. Didn't sink in too bad but needed 4wd to pull out. Hook ups were ok but the sewer was to high and I had to use my pressure mastication unit to dump. All in all we were satisfied with the site and the campground. Camped here in a 5th wheel.