- Since 2006 -
RUNNING BEAR CAMPING AREA
Our family owned campground since 2006, in Ascutney Vermont is nestled in at the base of Mount Ascutney. We host the serious seasonal campers and welcome the vacationers from other states. Your camping experience will offer a relaxing atmosphere, plenty of entertainment and allows for the making of many of your own family memories that will live on through generations.
Our camping season begins in the month of April and we wrap up mid-October.
What's at the Campground?
Our facilities also include use of our large field, basketball court, horseshoe pits, children's playground and our new 25' x 50' heated salt water pool. And don't forget we now have our own stocked store, Fireside Beverage. Come and get some of Vermont's finest craft beer and any essentials you may have forgotten!
If you enjoy camping, the outdoors and being around friendly folks then consider becoming an extended member of our family by purchasing a seasonal site. Come and enjoy the foliage of Vermont, the taste of local maple syrup or simply enjoy the crackling of your campfire with us at Running Bear Camping Area.
Since we are a family owned and operated business, we cater to family needs, providing activities for both children and adults. Whether it's Christmas in July, playing bingo under the tent, watching our yearly fireworks display, tractor rides, or dancing to the sound of various weekly bands, we have a little something for everyone.
Our campground is surrounded by plenty of things to do and see, just a short drive to Quechee to check out the gorge, hike to the top of Mount Ascutney, or pick apples and visit the animals at Wellwood Orchard.
Call us today to make your
FAMILY FUN AT RUNNING BEAR
RUNNING BEAR CAMPING AREA RULES
Running Bear Camping Area is private property and we reserve the right to terminate any stay at our discretion, for any reason, at any time. NO REFUNDS will be issued.
Grounds for immediate expulsion: Illegal drugs, excessive consumption of alcohol, loud and/or vulgar language, disorderly conduct, fireworks, or any other illegal activity.
Usage of our facilities is also dependent on compliance with our campsite rules.