Cabins

Cabins Overview

Our cabins are cozy one-room units that sleep four people comfortably. All cabins are constructed with the same layout, using native materials.

Amenities include bunk beds and a futon or sleeper couch (linens, blankets, and towels not included) a table and two chairs, overhead light and an electric outlet. There is also a covered front porch, picnic table and a fire ring with cooking grate.

Cooking is done outside (bring your own cookware). Bathrooms and showers are located within easy walking distance.

Parks with Cabins

Brighton cabin Brighton State Park

# of cabins: 5

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Raven Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: Short walk to waterfront on beautiful Spectacle Pond. Nature programs, boat rentals, hiking trails and access to day use area on Island Pond. Listen to loons calling from your cabin.

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Burton Island cabin Burton Island State Park

# of cabins: 3

VT resident: $73/night*

Non-resident: $75/night*

Min. night stay: 7

Pets: Permitted in the Savage Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: Lake Champlain views and easy water access; online reservations not available; reservations open up January 15, 2017 at 9am.

* $100 security deposit required
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Button Bay cabin Button Bay State Park

# of cabins: 4

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Sedge Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: Sweeping views of Lake Champlain. Access to nature center and nature programs. Access to pool, playground and boat rentals and excellent fishing.

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Gifford Woods cabin Gifford Woods State Park

# of cabins: 4

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Moose Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: Not a lakeside location; Cabins on wooded sites in mature forest. There is boating and fishing walking distance at Kent Pond. Many scenic hiking trails, including access to Long Trail/Appalachian Trail.

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Grand Isle cabin Grand Isle State Park

# of cabins: 4

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Mansfield Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: Located on Lake Champlain. Most cabins are on the waterfront or have water views. Access to nature center and nature programs, boat rentals, playground and campers' beach.

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Half Moon Pond cabin Half Moon Pond State Park

# of cabins: 5

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Dragonfly Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: All cabins have water views and easy water access to the small yet charming Half Moon Pond; Two cabins are on the waterfront. Fishing and boat rentals available. Nature programs available at nearby Bomoseen State Park.

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Lake Carmi cabin Lake Carmi State Park

# of cabins: 2

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in both cabins

Notes: Both cabins are on the waterfront and are pet-friendly. The park offers a large day use area for swimming, fishing and boating. Boat rentals are available. Hiking and biking are popular activities.

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Little River cabin Little River State Park

# of cabins: 5

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Bear Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: All cabins are on wooded sites; easy walking distance to waterfront. The park offers swimming, fishing, boat rentals, nature programs, mountain biking and great hiking.

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Ricker Pond cabin Ricker Pond State Park

# of cabins: 5

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Knox Mountain Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: All cabins are on wooded sites; 2 cabins with water views. Listen to the loons at Ricker Pond. The park also offers swimming, fishing, boat rentals and access to all other parks in the 26,000-acre Groton State Forest.

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Wilgus cabin Wilgus State Park

# of cabins: 4

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Otter Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: All cabins have water views and easy access to the Connecticut River. Enjoy excellent fishing and paddling. Connecticut River trips available. Hiking available at nearby Mt. Ascutney State Park.

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Woodford cabin Woodford State Park

# of cabins: 4

VT resident: $48/night

Non-resident: $50/night

Min. night stay: 2

Pets: Permitted in the Lady Slipper Cabin (beginning 2018)

Notes: All cabins on wooded sites; walking distance to water. This park is in a mountain setting with fishing, boating, hiking and swimming. If you love listening to birds, this park's for you!

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How to Reserve Cabins

Cabins may be reserved up to eleven months in advance by either reserving online or by calling the Reservation Call Center at 1-888-409-7579 (Mon-Fri, 9am-4pm). Cabins are popular, so reserve early!

Cabin Rules & Policies

  • No security deposit required (except at Burton Island)
  • Pets are currently not permitted in cabins, except at Lake Carmi (pets will be permitted in designated cabins beginning 2018)
  • Smoking is not permitted in cabins
  • 6 people max (sleeps only 4, so extra 2 either sleep on floor or in tent outside)
  • Guests pay park entry fee
  • 2 vehicles maximum
  • Wood and ice available for purchase at all parks
  • Cabin should be left clean
  • Check in 2 PM, Check out 11 AM (just like campsites)

Cancellation Policy

If you cancel your reservation prior to 2pm on the day before your expected arrival date, you are entitled to a refund of all fees except a $10 cancellation fee and your non-refundable $7 reservation fee paid, per site. If at the time of cancellation, you rebook for another date for the same number of nights in the current operating season, you won't lose the $7 reservation fee or the $10 cancellation fee.

If you cancel after 2:00 p.m. on the day before your expected arrival date, or, if you come camping and need to leave prior to the end of your stay, you can receive a refund for the unused portion (except for the required minimum), per site, if you notify the park staff before departing. No refunds will be issued for an unused portion of the required minimum reservation period. If you are charged for the minimum number of nights that were in effect when you made your reservation, then the cancellation fee will not be charged.

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