Learn about camping and boondocking in Vermont

Boondocking in Vermont!

Boondocking in Vermont is limited mostly to Green Mountain National Forest in the southern part of the state. Otherwise, there are no BLM lands to rely on. While the Army Corps of Engineers does operate several reservoirs, only one has a campground and it’s not free. The state does offer camping on its wildlife management areas.

Vermont Boondocking Map

This Vermont Boondocking Map contains locations of free boondocking and free campgrounds where bloggers and YouTubers have produced detailed reviews. Click on a map marker to access their reviews…

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Vermont Boondocking Maps

Places to Camp for Free in Vermont

Vermont State Camping Laws and Regulations

Federal Lands in Vermont