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Stevenson Paddlers' Campsite

Monroe, Vermont

Connecticut River

Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddlers’ Trail Campsite
Paddling Access
Paddling Access
Fishing Area
Fishing Area
A shady campsite to spend a night while paddling the Connecticut River
Has bathroom
Has bathroom
Dogs allowed on leash
Dogs allowed on leash
No cell service
No cell service
! Special considerations: The private landowner generously allows public access for paddlers to camp here. To make sure paddlers will continue to have access to this special spot, please be respectful of the private landowner and leave the site better than you found it.
  • Public access: Yes
  • Activities: paddling, fishing, swimming
  • Caretaker: Vermont River Conservancy
Stevenson Paddlers' Campsite Monroe, Vermont Connecticut River

Stevenson Paddlers' Campsite

Perched atop a shady terrace on the New Hampshire side of the Connecticut River, the campsite gives paddlers a cool spot to spend the night. The site includes a box privy, picnic table, register box, and room for three tents. Constructed by Vermont River Conservancy volunteers in 2011, the campsite is on land generously opened to the public by a private landowner.

Conservation Details

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

Funding Partners

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

Before You Go

Please remember to practice Leave No Trace principles to ensure this campsite remains open to the public for years to come.

Directions

The site is accessed from the river only. There is no public access via land. When paddling the Connecticut River, the site is approximately 1.5 miles below the Passumpsic River confluence. It is across from the north end of Stevens Island.

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