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wonderfully clean!

All the park personnel were very friendly and helpful, campsites were far enough away from each... read more

Reviewed 30 July 2013
Wilmington, Vermont
Glamping in Vermont

My first time camping in a VT State Park but certainly not my last. Molly Stark is a jem. Very... read more

Reviewed 9 July 2013
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Named for the wife of a general in the American Revolutionary Army, this park is great place to picnic among the trees.
705 Vermont 9, Marlboro, VT 05363
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Reviewed 30 July 2013

All the park personnel were very friendly and helpful, campsites were far enough away from each other to afford plenty of privacy. And the bathrooms were CLEAN!!!!

1  Thank lcolbert
Reviewed 9 July 2013 via mobile

My first time camping in a VT State Park but certainly not my last. Molly Stark is a jem. Very clean new bath house and manicured grounds. The staff was very friendly and the firewood was seasoned for perfect campfires. The sites are well spaced...More

1  Thank w0nderlustqueen
Reviewed 9 July 2013

We enjoyed two nights at this very well-kept little campground. There is a nice play field with volleyball and horseshoes, a very friendly park ranger family who invited our two-year-old to share their son's sandbox. We camped next to the old coin-operated showers, but it...More

4  Thank Leslianne C
Reviewed 24 February 2013

This is a hike you can take with anyone as it is manageable no matter what your skill or stamina. The reward is getting to the top and climbing the fire tower. In the fall there is no better view of the spectacular colors that...More

1  Thank movingon95
Reviewed 3 November 2012

We stayed at the campground for two nights, and both the park and the campground are very nicely kept. The hike to the fire tower is an easy one (uphill, yes), and the view from the top of it made it worth.

2  Thank Annex_BR
Reviewed 11 September 2012

If you want to stretch your legs, there's a great little hike up to a fire tower on the top a mountain. From the tower there's great visual rewards for such little effort.

1  Thank eastmagicmountainman
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Krista G
9 August 2018|
Response from MrBob2011 | Reviewed this property |
Harriman Reservoir is about 5 miles away by car.