The park's location along US Route 4, and its proximity to many upper-valley attractions make it a popular tourist destination. Hundreds of thousands of visitors stop each year to take in the breathtaking views of the Quechee Gorge. Other visitors seeking an overnight stay enjoy the easy access to the park’s spacious campsites.
The focal point of the park is Vermont’s deepest gorge, formed by glacial activity approximately 13,000 years ago. Visitors can look down at the Ottauquechee River, flowing 165 feet below viewing points along Route 4.
Facilities / Amenities
The park contains 45 tent/RV sites and 7 lean-to sites which are located in the camping area. Two restrooms with flush toilets, hot and cold running water, and coin-operated hot showers serve the campground. Most sites are large enough to accommodate large RVs. There is a sanitary dump station, but there are no hookups. A large field and play area are also in the campground. Located next to Quechee Gorge is a picnic area with a pit toilet and a hiking trail along the gorge.
Camping: There are 45 tent/RV sites and 7 lean-to sites at the park.
Hiking: The Quechee Gorge Trail has great views and leads visitors to the gorge.
Fishing: The Ottauquechee River has brook trout, rainbow trout and brown trout.
Picnicking: Plenty of great spots for a picnic throughout the park.
Nature Programs: This park offers nature programs. Please call the park directly for more information.
Horseshoes: There is a horseshoe pit at the park.
Volleyball: There is a volleyball net in the day use field.
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