True to its name, the Green Mountain State has no short supply of stunning terrain to attract outdoor lovers. Camping in Vermont is rich and varied, with a host of activities close at hand, from kayaking and fishing to discovering local beer and cheese. Top it off with homegrown favorite Ben & Jerry’s ice-cream of course.
Home to some of the country’s most colorful fall foliage, Vermont paints a pretty picture for all types of campers. Vermont’s 273-mile Long Trail spans the entire length of the state — from Glastenbury Mountain to Killington Peak to Jay Peak — and crosses with the Appalachian Trail for some 100 miles. Vermont also boasts the highest number of breweries per capita, so you can always take it easy and kick back with a bottle or two instead.