Ascutney Vermont Campgrounds

Ascutney Vermont has a zip code of 05030. The current date and time in Ascutney is April 2, 2020, 9:35 am and it has a population of 0 people. Ascutney Vermont lies at an elevation of 705 feet.


Getaway Mountain & Campground

Po Box 372
Rt. 5 S.
Ascutney Vermont, 05030
Phone: 802-674-2812 I-91 exit 8, to Rt. 5 south, 2 miles on right. 52 WES. Large private sites. Store, rec-room, firewood, ice, pets on leashes, camper rental, heated pool, PYO berries, laundromat, hot tub rental, hay wagon rides, Bingo, pot luck suppers, bonfires, activities for the entire family, and feed fish in a trout pond. Propane filling station, play area. Beautiful scenery on 59 acres. Mt. Ascutney hiking and Connecticut River nearby. Close to restaurants and shopping. Hope to see you there.

Running Bear Camping Area

Po Box 378
Ascutney Vermont, 05030
Phone: 802-674-6417 From I-91 exit 8, 1/4 mile to Rt. 5 north, 1 mile to entrance on left. Relaxing four-season campground on 18 acres with a mix of shady pine and open sunny sites. 97 sites, 45 WES, 42 WE 30-20 amp, 10 tents, lean-to, safari field. Heated rest rooms with free hot showers. Dump station, LP gas, camp store, ice, wood, function hall, heated pool (Memorial to Labor Day), playground, horseshoe courts, basketball, volleyball, softball, hay rides. In the HEART of Twin State activities. Summer: golf, fishing and boating nearby. Winter (full season only): downhill, cross country skiing, & snowmobiling nearby. Large motor homes welcome. MC/VISA. Ask about our Frequent Camper Card

Wilgus State Park

Po Box 196
Ascutney Vermont, 05030
Phone: 802-674-5422 The land that Wilgus State Park consists of was given to the state of Vermont in 1933 by Colonel and Mrs. William Wilgus for the creation of Wilgus State Park. The original park, constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps, consisted of a picnic area with large flue-type stone fireplaces and picnic tables, and the rangers quarters. The campground was developed and expanded between 1960 and the present time. Wilgus State Park is a very popular park for canoeists, since it is located on the Connecticut River. There are 19 tent sites and 6 lean-to sites which are located along the Connecticut River bank. There is one rest room with running water and hot showers ($). There are a play area, picnic area, and 3 lean-tos in the group area. Canoe, kayak, and row boat rentals are available. A trailer sanitary station is located by the rangers quarters. This park provides day use access to the Connecticut River and the Pinnacle Trail hike provides a scenic vista of the Connecticut River Valley. Area Attractions: The road to Mt. Ascutney summit, Windsor Covered Bridge, American Precision Museum, Quechee Gorge, VINS Nature Center, St. Gaudens National Historic Site. Vermont State Parks Logo