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Discover Montpelier, VT


Surrounded by hills and lush forests in the heart of Vermont, you will find Montpelier, one of the smallest capital cities in America. At the same time, you can enjoy the small-town feel and have a chance to experience a rich cultural and artistic scene. When you search for an RV in Montpelier, you get close to such attractions as Vermont State House or the Lost Nation Theater where you can feel the spirit of this interesting city. There are several state forests nearby, hiding incredible nature and great recreation.

The city lies on the intersection of many state routes, making it easy for you to visit other cities in the vicinity with your Montpelier travel trailer rental. In less than an hour's drive, you can get to Burlington, attracting visitors with the vibrant Church Street and the rich art collection of the Shelburne Museum. Another town on the shores of Lake Champlain is Colchester, home to many wonderful parks and historic buildings.

The Great Outdoors

Whichever direction you choose for your Montpelier RV rental, you will get to some incredible natural spots where you can escape the city and enjoy some peace and tranquility. Groton State Forest is one of those places, and you can reach it with a 30-minute drive. With several lakes and ponds, as well as miles of hiking trails meandering through thick vegetation, outdoor enthusiasts will always have something exciting to do. Whether it is swimming and sunbathing on Boulder Beach or taking in the fantastic views from the top of Owl’s Head Mountain, this forest has so much in store for anyone who comes to visit.

Mount Mansfield State Forest shares its name with the highest mountain peak in Vermont, Mount Mansfield, and is home to several campgrounds where you can park your Montpelier motorhome rental and start exploring this vast area of wilderness. Go fishing and kayaking on Waterbury Reservoir or try completing the Long Trail and witness the untouched nature while breathing in some fresh air. History buffs can go on the Little River History Hike and learn about the people who lived in the area more than a hundred years ago. If you are a thrill seeker, try backcountry skiing, rock or ice climbing, and bouldering.

Defined by Lake Willoughby, one of the deepest lakes in North America, and the picturesque cliffs of Mount Hor and Mount Pisgah, Willoughby State Forest definitely deserves a place on your bucket list of amazing places in Vermont. From swimming and boating on the lake to exciting winter activities such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, everyone can find something to do. If you like exploring nature on foot and coming face to face with the forest, there are miles of hiking trails waiting for you.

Cross the border with New Hampshire in your RV trailer rental in Montpelier only to find incredible scenery full of waterfalls and ponds hiding among the trees in White Mountain National Forest. Admire the variety of fall colors from one of the scenic byways or visit some of the historic houses surrounded by incredible nature. Swimming, rock climbing, and camping are only some of the numerous activities you can enjoy when you visit this huge oasis.

RV Parks

There are quite a few campgrounds near the city where you can stay for a few days or more in your Montpelier rental RV.

Lazy Lions Campground offers full-hookup sites, an outdoor pool, and a pet-friendly atmosphere. In a matter of minutes, you can get to the shops and restaurants of Barre. One of the interesting attractions in this town is Hope Cemetery, where you can admire some wonderful granite tombstones and memorials and the craftsmanship of their makers.

Less than half an hour's drive to the south of the city, you will come upon Limehurst Lake Campground. This place offers full hookups, a beach and a swimming area on the lake shore, and a camp store; it is definitely an option worth considering for your camper rental near Montpelier. Visitors can stop by the Rock of the Ages Granite Quarry in Barre, an interesting attraction close to the park.

Gold Brook Campground near Mount Mansfield State Park is another option in the vicinity. Enjoy Wi-Fi access, full hookups, and a proximity to Gold Brook Covered Bridge and the town of Stowe.

There is a Walmart Supercenter in neighboring Berlin, which may serve as a possible spot for an overnight stay.

Exploring the City

Montpelier has many interesting attractions for its visitors, starting from the Vermont State House. As soon as you lay your eyes on the golden dome and the beautiful façade, you will want to find out what is inside. Striving to keep its original look, it will amaze you with the Governor’s Office and the legislative chambers. It is also home to an impressive art collection, further adding to its charm.

If you have a sweet tooth, stop by one of the sugar farms in the area. You will have a chance to witness the process of making maple syrup and sample some tasty maple treats. Another thing to enjoy is the wonderful countryside that will complete your experience.

From the beautiful building to the interesting exhibits inside, Vermont Historical Society Museum should be one of your stops on the tour of the city. From the time of Native Americans to the present day, you will find out interesting historical facts about the city and the state. As you look through unique artifacts, you will be immersed in the exciting story about Montpelier and its past.

When you rent an RV in Montpelier, Vermont, you get access to some excellent eateries including fast food joints, steakhouses, and cafes, giving you the complete experience of this small but extraordinary city.

RV Rentals in Montpelier, VT

Montpelier, VT is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Montpelier. Outdoorsy's Montpelier RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Montpelier are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Mount Major State Park, White Mountain National Forest, Monadnock State Forest, Crawford Notch State Park, and Adirondack Park.

What's around Montpelier, VT


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Buck Mountain Trail Pilot Knob New York
Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop Alton Bay New Hampshire
Mount Lafayette and Franconia Ridge Trail Loop Franconia New Hampshire
Cascade to Porter Mountain Trail Lake Placid New York
Tuckerman Ravine Trail to Mount Washington Gorham New Hampshire
Mount Marcy from Adirondak Lodge Newcomb New York
Arethusa Falls and Frankenstein Cliff Trail Bartlett New Hampshire
Sleeping Beauty Mountain and Lake George Trail Fort Ann New York
Welch and Dickey Loop Trail Thornton New Hampshire
Hadley Mountain Trail Hadley New York

Nearby Campgrounds

Shelburne Camping

campground Shelburne, VT
Located only 6 miles from Burlington, Shelburne Camping offers a great pristine Vermont destination within the Champlain Valley. You can have water hook ups, sewer, full electrical and cable for your RV. There?s even an onsite restaurant ?Dutch Mill Family Restaurant? in case you get tired of cooking. So you can still enjoy the beauty of nature without roughing it too much. Use your RV rental to visit friends or family staying here during the summer.

Lake Champlain Islands

attraction Burlington, VT
These gems are known for their stunning scenery, heritage, agriculture and flourishing arts scene. There is something to do each season. You can visit Snow Farm Winery, the state?s first vineyard, historic structures such as the Hyde Log Cabin built in 1783, or St. Anne?s Shrine and the Chazy Reef, the world's oldest coral reef.

Church Street Marketplace

attraction Burlington, VT
Four blocks encompass this open air mall, making it the center of activity for the city. You'll have 100 restaurants and shops to choose from. Year round there are festivals and buskers. If you?d rather take a walk you can delight in learning about the historic architecture that surrounds the market.

Lone Pine Campsites

campground Colchester, VT
Known as Vermont?s Favorite Family Campground located in beautiful Lake Champlain Valley. You'll have 265 roomy and shaded sites to choose from. Amenities include a wide variety of outdoor activities, including swimming in one of their pools, basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts, and mini golf. Campgrounds have barbecue fire pits, dump station, bike and walk paths, WIFI and more. Nearby Burlington offers additional fun activities, such as dining cruises, fishing, and museum. Your furry friend can accompany you as well. Easy to fit your RV rental in to this park.

North Beach Campground

campground Burlington, VT
There are 137 sites within 45 acres of woods and beach on the shores of Lake Champlain. You'll think you are tucked away in a rural setting, but North Beach Campground is in fact an urban campground. There are grills and tables, access to 9 miles of bike path, a sunny beach with lifeguards, Wi-fi and more. Excellent facilities for your RV rental trip.

Burlington Bike Path

attraction Burlington, VT
Enjoy great views of the city and get your heart rate pumping during your time off. With RV parks right down by the water you can ride miles of traffic free roads to the path. Enjoy the ride and the views... yes we mention views again because this path has them in spades.

Nearby Parks

Recommendations for Montpelier, VT from Outdoorsy Owners


If you're hunting for that one special craft brew from your favorite VT brewery or needing supplies for your own creations you'll want to stop by the Craft Beer Cellar!

Sep 5, 2017

The best BBQ in town! Amazing in house brewed craft beer! Stop by their brewery behind the restaurant for growler/Crowley purchase an refills plus a completely separate but delicious texmex menu.

Sep 5, 2017

Amazing food at a reasonable price! Menu varies from American cuisine to an assortment of dishes/specials globally inspired. Largest craft brew tap menu in the area!

Sep 5, 2017

Family campground located just ouside of Stowe allowing easy access to all of the area attractions! Swimming pool, playground, riverside camping, hookups, dump station, and a little country store!

Dog-friendly Swimming Pool Hookups Onsite Laundry Sleep Under The Stars Family Friendly Scenic
Jul 28, 2017

This is not your typical Vermont State Park. Resting on the shores of the Waterbury Reservoir you'll find days worth of activities to do on and off the water. Take a hike through an abandoned town!

Boondocking Dog-friendly Quiet Family Friendly Scenic
Jul 28, 2017

The Waterbury Center side of the Waterbury Reservoir is home to the day use area of the State Park. Here you can canoe, paddle board, swim, relax on the beach, and much more!

Dog-friendly Fishing Kid-friendly Good weather Day trip
Jul 28, 2017

Home of the world famous Heady Topper! If you're a beer person you NEED to visit The Alchemist. If you aren't you NEED to visit The Alchemist!

Jul 28, 2017