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Scott Devlin Memorial Paddlers' Campsite

Maidstone, Vermont

Connecticut River

Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddling Access
Paddling Access
Fishing Area
Fishing Area
Stop and spend the night on a multi-day float of the Connecticut River
Dogs allowed on leash
Dogs allowed on leash
No cell service
No cell service
  • Public access: Yes
  • Activities: camping, swimming, paddling, birding, fishing
Scott Devlin Memorial Paddlers' Campsite Maidstone, Vermont Connecticut River

Scott Devlin Memorial Paddlers' Campsite

One of many paddle-in campsites on the Connecticut River Paddlers’ Trail, the Scott Devlin Memorial Paddlers’ Campsite a great place for canoers and kayakers spend the night. The surrounding land is still farmed by the LeFoll family, whose farm was conserved by Vermont Land Trust, and Vermont River Conservancy helps keep the campsite in great shape.

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 Vermont. 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.

Local Businesses

From the campsite, walk across the road, where you’ll find an assortment of fresh vegetables at the LeFoll Family’s farmstand.

Conservation Details

  • River: Connecticut River
  • Acreage:
  • River frontage (ft):

Funding Partners

This project made possible thanks to the support and partnership of:

Directions

Situated in a shady stand of pines about two miles below the confluence of the Upper Ammonoosuc, after the river makes a tight 180 degree turn near 102.

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