On this week’s episode of Campground of the Week, RVFTA’s Jeremy and Stephanie Puglisi give a complete review of the Brattleboro North KOA in East Dummerston, Vermont. The Brattleboro North KOA is branded as a Journey, but we think you should stay here for more than just one night. The charming, family-run campground is the perfect basecamp for exploring the Brattleboro area, and its amazing array of outdoor activities and artisan foods.
This is a small campground and the sites vary greatly, so make sure you listen to the episode and consult this campground map before you book!
Located just 25 north of the Massachusetts/Vermont state line, this is a great stopping point if you are traveling up Route 91 towards the northern points of New England. Brattleboro is a great city to explore and we talk about the following restaurants and shops:
- Mocha Joes
- Vermont Artisans
- Back Room Audio
- Hermit Thrush Brewery
- Latchis Theater
- Brattleboro Books
- Sam’s Outdoor Outfitters
You can find more information about all of these locations, and others in downtown Brattleboro, by visiting Brattleboro.com, a very user-friendly website with lots of suggestions for area shopping.
We also talk about the following area attractions:
- Retreat Farm
- Grafton Village Cheese
- Harlows Sugar House
- Putney Mountain
- West Dummerston Covered Bridge
And, of course, our favorite Road Food joints: