Site Map & Camping Rules

Site Map

Your Hosts Alan & Shelley-Ann WELCOME YOU!
We treasure our campground and love our campers. Together we can make this an awesome place for families and friends to spend time, have fun, and reconnect with nature. Please familiarize yourself with the policies of this campground and adhere to all of them! THANK YOU!

  • ALL campers must register and pay before setting up camp. Please let office know if your are leaving early.
    Bicycles are great fun but not through other peoples campsites, and are allowed only on established roads and trails. Electric bikes and scooters are not permitted unless a medical necessity.
    Each site is cleaned prior to check-in. Please keep your site clean. The head of each campsite must be 21 years of age and accepts responsibility for the actions of the entire group. Tents and campers must be set up on the graveled portion.
    Price includes 2 Adults & 3 Children (8 people per site Maximum) A charge applies to any number of people above the maximum adult or child stipulated.
    An adult must supervise children at all times. Parents are responsible for any disturbance or destruction by children in their care. Camping On The Battenkill takes no responsibility for any loss, damage or injuries.
    If you have any complaints please let us know at the office! If you have any compliments please let us AND everyone else know.
    Not allowed in the park.
  • FIREARMS: Not permitted on campground.
    Fires are permitted in fire rings only. Do not move fire rings. Flames should reach no higher than 18” above fire ring. Do not leave fire unattended.
    Vermont law prohibits bringing firewood into the state from another state due to the spread of forest pests. Firewood is for sale at the office during hours.
    Not permitted on campground. The use of firecrackers in Vermont is against state law.
    The Battenkill River has Special Regulations. A fishing license is required and is Catch-and-Release only.
    Not permitted at any time.
    Daily: 8:30am to 7:00pm
  • PETS:
    Are welcomed with a leash and an owner. Pets are never to be left unattended at any time. Proof of vaccinations on registration is required. Pets must be on a leash at all times except at the dog run area which is located near the office with the rules posted for use of the run. Pet owners are responsible for picking up and disposing of all your pets droppings in all areas of the campground. Dog Disposal Bags are supplied around the park. Not permitted in the play area on the open field or at the beach area. (If you want to take your pet for a swim, please take them downstream of the beach area.) We reserve the right to limit the number of pets per site. If any pet is creating a disturbance, they shall be asked to leave immediately.
    10pm to 8am. No loud noises including radios. Please respect your neighbors and the peace and quiet of the outdoors. Maintain reasonable quiet.
    5MPH everywhere on campground (NO Exceptions!!) Campground roads are narrow and busy. Be alert and yield to bicycles, pedestrians, and children. PLEASE DRIVE SLOWLY.
  • TRASH:
    Dispose of trash and recycling at the designated location on your map.
  • TREES:
    Our trees and plants are very precious, it takes many years for them to grow and we appreciate them in their natural state. Please DO NOT cut or peel the bark from trees, drive nails into them, hang lanterns on them or bump them with vehicles or anything else.
    Please advise office staff if you are expecting visitors. Visitors must follow ALL PARK RULES & REGULATIONS at all times and it is the registered campers duty to ensure that they comply. All visitors must check in at the office to pay a visitors fee.
    Adults: $5.00 per person
    $10.00 Adults (16 years and over) / $5.00 Children (under the age of 16 years)
  • All visitors must display a car pass while on park property. (Remember only 2 cars per site are allowed.) Visitors must park in the overflow parking area if necessary. Visiting hours are from 9am to 10pm (Visitors must leave by 10pm.) Per our Property Insurance, visitors are NOT permitted to bring their pets. See Vehicles below:
    To minimize the impact of vehicular crowding on campsites and narrow roadways, you are limited to two vehicles per site, with the exception of sites 8 and 14 (one car per site). Cars may park on the site only and not in the roadway or on someone else’s site. Extra parking is available at the overflow parking area.
    Washing dishes is not permitted in the bathrooms or water spigots. One area permitted is at the Field Bathrooms outside.
  • WATER:
    Discharging any water, including gray water, from camping vehicle is only permitted at the dumping station. Ask at office for the loan of a septic tote.
    Please secure your own valuables. Camping On The Battenkill cannot be held responsible for loss or theft, or any accidents or injuries resulting in or around the property.

The camper and all members of his/her group agree that in consideration of the rental (whether a campsite, general facility or equipment), Camping On The Battenkill shall not be responsible for loss or damage to property, or injury to person, occuring in or around grounds owned by Camping On The Battenkill, by reason of any existing or future condition, defect, matter, or thing on said lands or for acts, omissions or negligence of other persons or camper in or around the premises. The campers agree to indemnify and hold Camping On The Battenkill harmless from all claims and liability for loss of or damages to property, or injury to persons occuring in or around the campground.