gsnakehill - I RV camped there in August 2004.
Quechee State Park is located in the Quechee Gorge Area. There are 611 acres there, and the campground is next to the gorge, which has a 200-foot drop. There are hiking trails down the gorge, where one can jump in for a swim at your own risk. It is beautiful. One can stand on Route 4 and look down the gorge. There is also a Glass Blowing Mill and Pottery Shop at the top of the gorge (highly rated). We always stop here when camping for a night or two. Reservations can be made for two or more nights. It is easy to get into on a first come first serve basis during the week, but we have found it becoming more difficult in the summer to get a site on a weekend without a reservation. Quechee is near Woodstock, Vermont, which is a nice town to visit. It is also near North Hartland Lake for swimming and fishing, Billings Farm Museum, the VINS Nature Center, and within driving distance of the Coolidge Homestead (worth a visit). It is a beautiful and peaceful area, but it can become congested in the summer.