Campsites essex area
Follow Cornell Road for approximately 4.4 miles to the parking area for the Essex Chain Lakes.Cornell Road is a one lane dirt road with a speed limit of 15 mph.King Edward VIII ""Riffhams"" is a 4 hectare wooded site adjacent to over 100 hectares of National Trust Land.We are located only a few miles from the World Jamboree site at Hylands Park.Sizes of sites vary from those able to hold only a few hike tents to sites capable of taking over a dozen patrol tents.'' All capable of taking disabled residents. Restricted use of sites November, December, January.
With our own server we are able to network up to 10 computers and a web cam.
Take Pine Tree Road for a couple hundred feet to a right turn on Goodnow Flow Road.
Take the Goodnow Flow Road for 4.3 miles to a right turn on Woody's Road. (Woody's Road is paved for ¾ of a mile before becoming a seasonal use dirt road from April 1 to November 1.) At the end of Woody's Road, turn left onto Cornell Road (there is a sign indicating a left turn for the Essex Chain Lakes at this location).
A hut is available with basic kitchen facilities making the site suitable for use all year round.
The toilet block has just been refurbished to include a hot shower and a disabled toilet.Regardless if you are fishing, boating, hiking, or shopping in the Champlain Valley of Vermont, you will find this truly modern campground to be relaxing with family type enjoyment including two swimming pools.