You Still Have Time To Enjoy These 10 Wintertime Camping Spots In Vermont

Do you love camping? There’s no reason why you can’t take advantage of this incredible outdoor adventure all year long. More than 30 Vermont State Parks are open for winter camping during the off-season. And even better — from November 1 through April 15th, you can pitch your tent for free! Let’s take a look at ten of these gorgeous state parks where you can escape for a cold-weather retreat.

View a full list of the state parks that offer winter camping here. You’ll need to apply for a permit at least 3 – 4 days before you plan to go camping. Accessible only by foot in the off-season (November 1 – April 15), you’ll need to hike or ski and carry in and out all of your supplies. RV’s and motorized vehicles are not allowed inside the parks during the winter. Parking is available outside the gates. Water supply and restrooms are closed in the off-season so plan accordingly for your stay.

Have you ever been winter camping at one of the state parks? Share your experiences and photos in the comments section below. For more year-round camping options in the Green Mountain state, click here.