Campsites and RV Parks in Vermont

Vermont offers so much through all the seasons. Springtime in Vermont can be deceptive. Maple sugar season is the signal that winter is waning, even though the snow is still deep. Later Vermont\'s famed \"mud season\" passes quickly and the Green Mountains turn green. May and early June are ideal times for a romantic or adventure getaway before the busy summer season. Lodgings and attractions are less crowded.

The timeless summers of childhood are alive and well in Vermont. From swimming holes and ice cream parlors, to outdoor concerts and mountain hikes, the long days of summertime are a perfect frame to Vermont\'s relaxed pace of life. You won\'t find slickly packaged recreation here. Our brand of fun is natural, real and pure. Which is why families feel free to spend a few days or a few weeks tucked away in our hills.

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Welcome to Lazy Lions Campground. Centrally located in the heart of Vermont. S.Barre (Graniteville), Vermont! Offering Quiet Country Camping with Seasonal Sites Available, Call 802-479-2823 for information! Well landscaped, spacious and clean campsites in a country atmosphere just 5 minutes from Interstate 89 (exit6) and down town Barre VT, but so quiet you can just about hear the trees grow! Lazy Lions Campground with 40 campsites is your destination to relax and have fun in the very heart of beautiful Vermont. Enjoy beautiful sunsets, scenic walking/biking trails, clear night skies for star gazing and camping memories of a life time. We offer a full variety of sites from full hookups and Pull-thrus with cable and wi-fi to wooded rustic tent sites. Lazy Lions Campground also offers 2 rustic cabins for those of you who don't own (or aren't traveling in) an RV, but still look for comfort and convenience in camping accommodations. For those of you who like to "rough it," try our secluded tent sites or our 2 dry Lean-To Shelters on beautiful wooded private sites. We're open from May 1st thru the end of October. Our new country-rustic Rec Hall/Office with knotting pine paneling and wood stove is open 8am to 9pm. It's a great place for a complimentary cup of morning coffee or to catch up on the day's news or ball game on the 50" flat screen. Bring your Laptop and e-mail your friends what they're missing. Happy Hour tends to occur most days at 4, and twice monthly pot-luck brunches and dinners are great fun for all campers to get together and meet new friends.

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