Brattleboro North KOA Journey

(4 Reviews)

1238 US Route 5, East Dummerston, VT 05346

802-254-5908

800-562-5909

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GPS: 42.9284, -72.5369

Brattleboro North KOA Journey is located at 1238 US Route 5, East Dummerston, Vermont 05346 with a total of 42 campsites. Before your trip to Brattleboro North KOA Journey, check out website at http://koa.com/campgrounds/Brattleboro/ or contact them through 802-254-5908 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

42.9284, -72.5369

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 42.9284, -72.5369

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Overview of Brattleboro North KOA Journey


Longest RV Reported: 30 feet (Travel Trailer)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:

42

Pad Type:

gravel

Open Seasonally:

April 15 - Oct. 17

Elevation:

360 ft / 109 m

Tent Camping:

Yes

Reviews of Brattleboro North KOA Journey

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  • Area Guides Avatar Dave Sherberg
    A cozy campground with nearly attractions and phenomenal Wi-Fi.

    Reviewed 27/12/2021

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    Days stayed: 17

    Long pull-through sites with nice tree coverage. We couldn’t get satellite service (see comment about trees), but the campground’s super fast free Wi-Fi is a better choice. The surrounding area is beautiful and a nice farm stand is a short walk away.

  • Area Guides Avatar Aluma.liz
    Very comfortable.

    Reviewed 19/10/2019

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    Nightly rate: $35

    Days stayed: 15

    Site number: Outer ring near pool

    This is a small park for a KOA but it’s set up in 3 expanding rings. I ended up in a spot with no sewer connection but they have a free pump out system they bring over to pump the Airstream out when asked. The organic farm next door was wonderfull and Brattleboro, VT is just a couple miles down the road. It has the biggest fenced dog p...moreThis is a small park for a KOA but it’s set up in 3 expanding rings. I ended up in a spot with no sewer connection but they have a free pump out system they bring over to pump the Airstream out when asked. The organic farm next door was wonderfull and Brattleboro, VT is just a couple miles down the road. It has the biggest fenced dog park I’ve ever seen and they hope to expand it. I had a great spot in the outer ring in the corner near the pool (which I didn’t use but many others seemed to enjoy). The owners were wonderful, there was a passing heavy storm with serious winds and they were both out in golf carts checking on everyone right after the storm (my screened 12x12 screened shelter over the picnic table almost blew into the pool). Cable worked great. Perfect place to stay while transitioning to full time RVer and clearing out items in storage. There were 4 Airstreams there one night. A record for me.

  • Area Guides Avatar Tom and Earl (the Springer)
    Interesting stopover

    Reviewed 26/8/2018

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    Nightly rate: $50

    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: A15

    This is the first KOA I have camped at and it was an experience. The pull-through sites are generally arranged on concentric semi-circles. Our spot — A15 — was on the inner semi-circle facing the activity building. I didn’t use the facilities in this building so I can’t say much about these. The campground was full by nightfall wit...moreThis is the first KOA I have camped at and it was an experience. The pull-through sites are generally arranged on concentric semi-circles. Our spot — A15 — was on the inner semi-circle facing the activity building. I didn’t use the facilities in this building so I can’t say much about these. The campground was full by nightfall with a mixture of longer term vacationers and overnight guests. Lot’s of children were at the campground and dogs, too. Big dogs actually so Earl had to mind his manners as best he could. Cable TV had good reception most of the time and ATT had service, but it was too slow for streaming. There is an organic farm surrounding the site and while I could not get there during their hours, the campground host told me they had fresh sweet corn and tomatoes. Wish I could have grabbed some. Earl and I would stay here again if passing through.

  • Area Guides Avatar CeeGee
    Typical KOA. Nice.

    Reviewed 20/9/2015

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    Nightly rate: $42

    Days stayed: 2

    We stayed here using a "stay one night, get one night free" promotion. This is your typical KOA. Specifically, it's a Journey KOA, meaning it's meant for people to stop over for a night or two....don't expect a resort.Check-in was smooth. I thought I had reserved full hookups, but only had water, electric and cable. So be aware...moreWe stayed here using a "stay one night, get one night free" promotion. This is your typical KOA. Specifically, it's a Journey KOA, meaning it's meant for people to stop over for a night or two....don't expect a resort.Check-in was smooth. I thought I had reserved full hookups, but only had water, electric and cable. So be aware that not all sites have sewer. Also be aware that they have some sites along the perimeter of the property along the fence. This might be for overflow. The place is big rig friendly as long as you take care as you drive,The roads and pads are gravel. The sites are grass. There are a lot of evergreen trees that were dropping needles in the fall, so this resulted in lots of dirt getting tracked into the RV when the grass was damp. Not a big deal, just get the broom out.The cable TV had plenty of channels, but at times the picture was fuzzy. The WiFi was much better than your average campground WiFi. It would drop out at times, but came right back up. Speed was more than adequate. Verizon worked fine in the sites near the road, but as I walked into the Rec Hall or towards the back of the property, the signal would get really weak.This appears to be a family orientated campground with lots of activities, even in the off season. Lots of the families camping seemed to know each other. The KOA has three goats that kids are allowed to help walk!Rec Hall was nice with a pool table, ping pong, TV, games and books. There are also 3 (each) new washer and dryers that worked very well.There are some other campgrounds in the area that bear looking at. We stayed here because of the deal. We would stay here again, but I probably would look at other campgrounds in the area too.

Cell Phone Coverage

Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 09/20/2015

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 2 Users Last Reported 08/26/2018

Campsite Types

RV,

Trailer