Scott Devlin Memorial Campsite


Name of Project:  Scott C. Devlin Memorial CampsiteGroup photo

Location:  Maidstone, VT

River: Connecticut River

Type of Project:  Paddlers’ Campsite

Public Access:  Yes, via the Connecticut River

Date Completed:  Spring 2011

Landowner:   Scott and Heather Lefoll

Project Description: 

This campsite is on land conserved by the Vermont Land Trust. It is managed by the Vermont River Conservancy, and is open to the public through the generosity of the LeFoll family. (Feel free to walk across the road to say hi or purchase fresh vegetables at the family farm stand!)

The campsite is named in honor of Scott Devlin. A professional pilot and aircraft builder, Scott was a Tennessee native who loved the mountains, forests and streams of America. A true adventurer at heart, but always ready to help another, Scott died at the age of 33 in an air crash. He would have loved camping here.

Directions:  Downstream of the Maidstone Bridge Access and upstream of Guildhall VT at river mile 324.3. Situated in a shady stand of pines about two miles below the confluence of the Upper Ammonusooc, after the river makes a tight 180 degree turn near 102. Access to the campsite is by a set of wooden stairs. Follow signs to the camping area, 100 feet away. If the campsite is occupied, an “overflow” camping location in a grassy field is available on site.


United States

44° 34′ 25.8744″ N, 71° 33′ 2.2644″ W

See map: Google Maps

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