Kettle Pond State Park
Open: Memorial Day Weekend - Columbus Day Weekend
Number of Sites: 26
As early as 1704 Native Americans and the French were using routes through Groton to reach Canada and Massachusetts. Colonists settled this area of Vermont slightly earlier than the rest of the state due to the accessibility the network of waterways provided.
The campground is located on the shores of Kettle Pond, an undeveloped pond. There are 26 lean-to's arranged into five separate groups designed to accommodate a variety of different organizations such as scouts, churches, clubs or other social institutions. There are two composting toilets and two double pit toilets. There is no potable water at this site, but you can get water at nearby New Discovery State Park. There is a swimming area and miles of hiking and multiple use trails in Groton State Forest. Six remote campsites/lean-to's on the pond are also available.
For group or remote site reservations please call our Reservation Call Center at 1-888-409-7579 Monday - Friday 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
From I-91 (Exit 8): Go .2 mi. E on Rt 131 to stop light, turn left on Rt. 5 for 1.2 mi., then bear left on Rt 44A for 1 mi.
From Groton: Go 2 mi. W on U.S. 302, then 7-1/2 mi. NW on VT 232.
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