Island Pond Vermont Campgrounds

Island Pond Vermont has a zip code of 05846. The current date and time in Island Pond is November 27, 2020, 7:59 pm and it has a population of 1,293 people. Island Pond Vermont lies at an elevation of 368 feet.


Brighton State Park

Po Box 413
Island Pond Vermont, 05846
Phone: 802-723-4360 , 888-409-7579 Located near the village of Island Pond, home town of famed professional wrestler Chief War Eagle, and the northernmost state park in the Northeast Kingdom. The campground is nestled in a stand of white birch trees on Spectacle Pond. Wake up in the morning to the sound of calling loons. The park has several hiking trails including a leisurely walk to Indian Point. A park naturalist provides a variety of programs. Wildlife viewing for moose is popular in this part of the state, as well as viewing fall foliage. There is also a sandy beach located on Island Pond for day use and picnics. Brighton State Park is a destination park just 35 miles north of St. Johnsbury. Once you find it you?ll return throughout the summer. Brighton has 63 tent/trailer sites and 21 lean-tos. To locate the park, go 2 miles east on VT Rte. 105 from Island Pond, then .75 miles south on State Park road. MC/VISA.

Lakeside Camping

1348 Rt. 105, E. Brighton Road
Island Pond Vermont, 05846
Phone: 802-723-6649 Majestic pines, over 1500 feet of sandy beach and a priceless lakeshore view provide an exceptional setting for 200 campsites (wooded and open, tent and pull-through, full hookups, 30 amps.) Lakeside camping is just over a mile east on Rt. 105 from the quaint Vermont village of Island Pond. Boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, biking, and just relaxing in the clear Vermont air are some of the activities campers enjoy. There are playgrounds, fireplaces, picnic tables, a game room, a convenience store, metered LP gas, hot showers, laundry facilities, trailer sanitary stations, restrooms, boat rentals and boat cruises. Pets on a leash and on-site only. Wildlife abounds in Island Pond and a moose sighting is almost inevitable, so bring your camera! Seasonals welcome.