After the recent rain and flooding in New England, we are deeply saddened by the devastating damage seen throughout New England and Vermont. Our campsites were lucky and came through unscathed, and we continue to welcome campers. For help navigating the roads as Vermont recovers, please visit New England 511.

Our 2023 rates have changed, please check our updated rates page.

VT Health Department Guidelines.

Sites and Amenities

Our campsites are very private, with approximately 50' between each site, with a choice between wooded sites and sites in the open field. Most wooded sites have access to Shadow Brook, a small brook that runs alongside our campground. Each campsite boasts its own fire pit and picnic table. The sites are primarily for tent camping, with a few sites that include limited electrical hook up of up to 20 amps. These sites can fit pop-ups or other small campers.

The campsites include a bath house with running water and hot showers.

We are usually open from May 15th through October 15th, though this is subject to some flexibility.

Watercolor maples in summer and autumn colors.


Firewood is avilable here. It is dangerous to bring firewood from any further than 50 miles away, as it can harbor insects and diseases harmful to our forests. For this reason we ask that you do not bring firewood from out of state or out of county. For more information, please visit our Rules page or the Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation's page on the subject.

For a cute video on the subject, look below.

Our History

Maple Hill Campsites was opened in the summer of 1964 by Mildred M. Osmun and her husand John H. Osmun. We remain a family owned and operated campsite, run and cared for by Mildred and John's daughter, Martha and her own family.

Pet Policy

Pets with proof of current vaccinations and use of flea and tick deterrent are welcome when properly leashed, cared for and cleaned up after.

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You can find more pictures and information about our campsites in our brochure! Please note: our brochure is from 2013, some of our rates may have changed. For our current rates please visit our rates page here.

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Watercolor Mountains