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Maidstone State Park

Route 1, Guildhall, VT 05905
+1 802-676-3930
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Beautiful location!

This park is pretty remote, but it's worth the drive. The park was very well-kept, and Tom the... read more

Reviewed 4 September 2017
Rachel U
4 day weekend in Maidstone with the family

We loved our stay at Maidstone State Park! The park staff does a great job of keeping the park... read more

Reviewed 24 August 2017
Jeff H
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“hiking trails” (4 reviews)
“loons calling” (2 reviews)
“special place” (2 reviews)
Route 1, Guildhall, VT 05905
+1 802-676-3930
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Reviewed 4 September 2017

This park is pretty remote, but it's worth the drive. The park was very well-kept, and Tom the park ranger was wonderful; very accommodating, friendly, and helpful. We loved our site in area "B" by the lake. Maidstone lake is crystal clear; and the loons...More

2  Thank Rachel U
Reviewed 24 August 2017

We loved our stay at Maidstone State Park! The park staff does a great job of keeping the park clean and organized. The park offers boats (canoes, kayaks, etc...), has some beautiful short trails for hiking and a beautiful beach for the kids to play...More

1  Thank Jeff H
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We had a celebration of life for a family member who passed away. We were a good sized group (35) people under the picnic pavilion. The park has picnic tables and a fireplace in a place where your family can have a nice function. Its...More

Thank Becky M
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We traveled as a family of 5 and met another family there. It was our first time camping with kids and Maidstone lived up to the excellent reviews. The lake is beautiful and exceptionally clean. We loved hearing the loons at night. There are some...More

1  Thank akd07
Reviewed 11 July 2017

We went camping with our 9 year old and 5 year old daughters and had such a great time! Swimming, hiking, campfires, loon sightings, and more! We unplugged from our technology and enjoyed the beautiful nature around us. Great time, quiet campground, friendly staff. The...More

1  Thank missherman
Reviewed 5 July 2017

Maidstone State Park is the best way to be off the grid and relax with friends or family. The lake is beautiful and water is very clear. I believe I was told that Maidstone lake is the 2nd cleanest lake in Vermont. The views of...More

2  Thank nabeel683
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

We travelled from Michigan to see Vermont/New Hampshire (you are clearly on the border at Maidstone) and tent camped for 5 nights. We stayed on the lake at site #2, it was large enough for our 8 person tent, 4 person tent and our screen...More

1  Thank Britt K
Reviewed 16 June 2017

For the second year in a row, two groups of Cabot, Vermont high school students have enjoyed 4-day, 3-night camping trips at Maidstone. We just returned from the fourth trip of the season and have rave reviews of the entire experience. Tom Walsh, the park...More

1  Thank juliahewitt
Reviewed 6 September 2016

This place is a magical place, which is not that widely known. The lake is pristine and well hidden from the crowds, perfect for a family to get away and canoe, kayak, swim, and enjoy. There will be loons which are hard to find but...More

1  Thank happycamper442
Reviewed 13 August 2016

Our 20-25 member family has been coming to Maidstone for 4 years now and we have no intention of stopping. The setting is beautiful...pristine, warm lake, the loons calling at night, private camping sites w/just the right mix of sun and shade. There's 3 beaches...More

3  Thank seashine37
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