Camp Kent operates two separate campsites known as "Camperside" and "Trailside". Both sites have room for several tents, and are equipped with:

  • A cedar tenting platform (12' X 12')

  • A stone-ringed firepit for a campfire

  • A higher wood prep table

  • A picnic table

  • A bike rack

  • Ride-in, ride-out access to the Kingdom Trails

  • Private use port-a-potty

  • Waste and recycling bins (we remove wastes after your stay)

  • PLEASE NOTE: There is no electricity, and no water or sewer hook-ups.;  firewood is available for purchase locally, please do not move firewood - invasive insects may tag along.


This campsite is the original location of the 1970's camper that was parked at Camp Kent. This campsite is larger and a bit more private than the Trailside campsite and is the best site for small campers (e.g. trailers or pop-up campers).

The Camperside Campsite and private use single- track 


The Trailside campside is more open and receives more sun in the mornings than the Camperside campsite.  This site will also accommodate a small camper.

We strive to keep our campsites clean and environmentally friendly. We ask that all of our campers adhere to some basic rules and guidelines.  By reserving a campsite, you agree that your party will follow our Rules, below, this forms our Rental Agreement.  We ask that you read this information prior to your arrival, and let us know if you have any questions - thanks!    


Camp Kent Rules


Hello camper!  We’re thrilled that you’ve chosen to stay at Camp Kent during your time in the Northeast Kingdom. Below are our Rules, please contact us with any questions, campkentvermont@gmail.com.  Thanks! 


  • Check-in is allowed at 3:00 PM (15:00) or later on the first date of your reservation. If you want an earlier check-in, please contact us on your day of arrival (802-xxx-xxxx) and we will accommodate you when feasible.

  • Check-out is required no later than 1:00 PM (13:00) on the last date of your reservation.  Though not required, we will appreciate a text message letting us know that you've departed (802-xxx-xxxx).

  • Dogs are allowed, however they must remain under your control (please use a leash if needed), not bother other campers, and not engage in prolonged barking.  We also ask that any dog poop be placed in the trash receptacle prior to your departure.

  • Smoking is allowed.  Please dispose of cigarette butts and other smoking accessories in a safe and environmentally friendly manner. 

  • Quiet hours are from 10:00 PM - 8:00 AM (22:00 - 08:00) daily.

  • All trash and recycling must be placed in the receptacles provided.  Trash that is not placed in the receptacle may result in a $20 cleaning fee. We will take care of removing trash and recycling after you leave.

  • No fireworks or firearms may be discharged at any time.

  • There is a maximum of 6 adults allowed per site.

  • There is a maximum of 2 vehicles allowed per site.  Please let us know if you need parking for more than 2 vehicles, we will accommodate you when feasible.

  • Fires are to be kept in the provided fire pits ONLY and must be fully extinguished before the last camper retires to bed, or stops attending to the fire.  In the unusual event of a local fire ban due to drought, you will be notified that a campfire is not allowed due to the drought and fire ban (this would be a very infrequent occurrence).

  • The surrounding trees, bushes and other greenery must not be cut, altered, damaged or burned.

  • Please help control the spread of invasive species – do not import firewood from outside of Vermont or from further than 50 miles (more information at: http://fpr.vermont.gov/firewood).  Note:  firewood is available for purchase in East Burke.

  • Please let us know if you want to cancel your reservation.  The deposit is refundable if you cancel 15 days in advance.

  • Please let us know if you will be arriving late, e.g. next day.  If you are a "no show" who does not let us know you are arriving late, we may cancel your reservation and rent the site to a different camper.

  • Please report any unsatisfactory conditions to us, and in case of danger or an emergency please dial 911.