Description: "There are 120
tent/trailer sites, 36 lean-to sites, and one cabin site
that make this Vermont's second-largest state campground.
Rest rooms have running water and hot showers ($). There
is a trailer sanitary station but no hookups. Fifty percent
of the sites are large enough to accommodate self-contained
RVs. Lakeshore areas permit water access for swimming
and shore fishing. There are a boat launching ramp and
rowboats for rent through the park office. Check the Activity
Center for interpretive programs, games, or entertainment.
There is sand-court volleyball, horseshoes, a play area,
fitness trail, and a nature walk, all within the park.
Campers are also allowed free entry to the sand beach
at Knight Island
State Park seven miles north."
Local attractions include the Shelburne
Museum, St. Anne's Shrine, Hyde Log Cabin the Grand
Isle State Fish Hatchery and a variety of state parks.