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Grand Isle State Park, Grand Isle

Categories: State Parks, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web
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  • Amazing views...great park to walk around and enjoy the fresh air and the water. Great place to stop and stretch. 
  • This is a great place to be with nature! Camping, swimming, hiking, and biking in beautiful Vermont is just very relaxing! Friendly staff. Wi-fi available in a designated area. Clean bathrooms. Clean ...  read more »
  • My comparision experience on a ferry in another state was not good and was pleasantly surprised of how well this was run. Wonderful to get out among the sailboats on a picture perfect day. You can wal...  read more »
  • The staff were very nice, and fire wood is available by the arm load from the front desk. Unfortunately, they have exactly one shower for about 40 campsites and it's coin operated. And that shower is in the same small room as the three toilets. Also, forget about washing your hands thoroughly because you have to hold the faucet on with one hand while you rinse the other. I understand water conservation but I've been to State Parks where they at least have a faucet that stays on for a couple seconds after you push the button. There is a bathhouse (on the "less desirable" and less populated side of the campground) with about four private showers so I drove over there when I wanted to take a shower without waiting in line for 45 mins.
  • It's nice and scenic but they seem to be against you walking there unless you're a camper. Which I find amusing because it's a state park. Imagine going to Yellow Stone or the Grand Canyon and being told you can't come in unless you want to camp. Kind of ridiculous. Staff is nice though.
  • Stayed in a lean-to with great views of the lake and space for a few hammocks. The staff was laid back and helpful. There was live music one night of our stay which was a nice bonus!
  • Nice campground, perfect for your family with Burlington and all the convenience at 20 minutes. Don't forget to try the cyclable road that leads to Burlington through the islands.
  • No water or electric. Very nice sites with moderate privacy. Passable bathrooms, very clean. Gorgeous lake to swim in!
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