Camp Plymouth State Park RV & Campground Guide


The Camp Plymouth State Park is a 295-acre park located near Ludlow, Vermont. This destination is great for horse owners looking to bring their horses along on their camping trip. Barns are available, and Camp Plymouth has a large open field perfect for a good day of riding. Activities offered here include gold panning, hiking, fishing, and, of course, camping. The closest cities bordering this small town in Vermont are Mount Holly and Proctorsville. Ludlow and its surrounding cities are the perfect escape for those looking for a chance to slow down from the fast-paced bustle of city living or just the everyday stresses of life. 

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Spring 29-54 F
Summer 54-80 F
Fall 33-58 F
Winter 13-32 f
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RV Resorts & Campsites in Camp Plymouth State Park

Driving through the heart of America through small towns, large cities, and everywhere in between is one of the most breathtaking and humbling things in life to experience. It’s even better when you don’t have to deal with fellow travelers or the tight, cramped spaces common in most types of travel. With an RV rental from RVshare, you get to stay in control of where you decide to stop and which sites to see.

Crown Point Camping Area

Located about 40 minutes away from Camp Plymouth in Perkinsville, Crown Point Camping Area is the best stop for campers looking for a site offering full hookups and a variety of outdoor activities featuring the best that Vermont has to offer. Prices start at $33 a night for tents and go up to $53 per night for a full hookup pull-through with cable. Crown Point is known for being a very socially active campground. From ice cream socials to Saturday bonfires, you’ll have a ton of fun getting to know your fellow campmates. If you’re more of the loner type, that’s great too. This site has hiking trails, a lake for kayaking, great fishing spots, and cable TV for anyone who wants the service.

  • Limited Wi-Fi

  • 24-hour laundry access during the summer

  • Hiking

  • Kayaking and kayak rentals

  • Children’s activities

  • Planned weekly activities

  • Weekend BBQ’s

  • Firewood

  • Delivery from local stores

  • Basketball, horseshoes

  • Pull-through sites

  • 30-Amp electric hookups

  • Winter and summer camping available

Horshoe Acres Family Campground

Horseshoe Acres Family Camping is a great spot for the little ones because of all the fun kid-friendly activities offered here. It is located about 30 minutes away from the city of Ludlow. Prices at Horseshoe Acres start at $28 per night for RVs. Campers will need to pay additional fees for water and electric sites. The campground holds yearly fishing derby competitions, camper appreciation days, and art classes for children every single weekend. Additionally, campers get a chance to enjoy live bands from the local community. Each day is chock-full of activities, and no two days are ever alike. Amenities to be found at this campsite include:

  • Wi-Fi

  • Bathroom stalls

  • Water, sewer, and electric hookups

  • Bike rentals

  • Laundry facilities

  • Playground

  • Basketball and badminton areas

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What to Do at
Camp Plymouth State Park

Inside Camp Plymouth State Park

Plan a day of horseback riding, gold panning, picnicking, and fishing at Camp Plymouth. Here, you will be surrounded by the quiet that this area in Vermont provides while you stand in front of Buffalo Brook and spend your mornings or evenings fishing. A second location, Echo Lake, is also available for fishing and other activities.

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How to Get to
Camp Plymouth State Park

Camp Plymouth is located at 2008 Scout Camp Road in Ludlow, Vermont. If you are traveling from Highway 100 in Tyson, when you come to the concrete bridge, cross it and then continue on for one more mile going east uphill to the crossroads. From there, turn left and drive another mile going north on the eastern side of Echo Lake to reach the park.

Entering Camp Plymouth State Park

Hours of operation at Camp Plymouth State Park are from 10 a.m. until sunset. 

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Vermont is a state known for homemade maple syrup, massive amounts of snow, and let’s not forget Ben and Jerry’s ice cream. But besides these things, it’s also known for being a great spot to park your RV and enjoy one of the many RV campgrounds and state parks. If you visit Camp Plymouth State Park, be sure to post your experience on social media. Don't forget to tag RVshare. You can also send your photos and thoughts to [email protected].

Frequently Asked Questions About Camp Plymouth State Park

What is the best time of year to visit Camp Plymouth State Park?

Unlike other state parks, Camp Plymouth State Park has a limited operating season. So, if you don't want to miss out on hiking, swimming, and exploring all the park offers, visit between Memorial Day and the end of September.

What is the climate of Camp Plymouth State Park?

Camp Plymouth State Park is located in Vermont, a state known for its frigid, snowy winter climate. Fall and spring are warmer, with summer being the warmest time, with daily highs in the upper 70s.

What kind of wildlife can be found in Camp Plymouth State Park?

Hike along the nature trails, and you'll likely see the usual forest animals, such as rabbits, squirrels, and deer. Hang out at Echo Lake for the afternoon, and you might see a pumpkinseed sunfish swim close to the shore.

Are there designated RV camping spots in Camp Plymouth State Park?

There are tent and RV sites in Camp Plymouth state park. These sites are located at the group camping area that's south of Buffalo Brook. The campground also has a large recreation area for group activities.

Do you have to reserve a camping spot at Camp Plymouth State Park and what is the cost?

Yes, you must reserve your camping spot at least one day before you arrive. Nightly rates start at $20 for Vermont residents and $28 for non-residents.