Located between the Sherburne Base Lodge and Mid Burke Lodge, the Burke Campground offers 25 sites, including 5 lean-to's. The Campground provides easy access to the Burke Mountain Bike Park and Kingdom Trails and is the perfect starting point for hiking in the surrounding Darling and Victory State Forest.
Phone: (802) 626 7400, Email inquiries: email@example.com
Please note policies below before booking sites.
|Holiday and Weekend Rates||$55.00||$45.00|
- All prices are per night for up to 4 people.
- Additional campers: $5.00 per extra person per night.
- No power or water hookups.
- Reservations include use of the Burke Hotel Pool and Hot Tub, showers required.
- NOTE: The Sugarhouse will not be open this season. Free WIFI is available in the Burke Hotel.
- Firewood must be purchased off site
RV Parking is not allowed anywhere on the Burke Mountain campus - please visit www.nekchamber.com for RV sites in the Northeast Kingdom. Self contained trailers, MAX 17' are accepted on larger sites as noted on the campground map.
Reservations will be charged to the credit card on file the day of check in. The Sugarhouse will not be open this season.
All reservations are subject to a $10.00 cancellation fee. No shows will be charged in full. No refunds will be given for shortening a stay after check-in.
The Sugar Shack will not be operational this summer, all guests should check the campground reservation board to confirm their site upon arrival and set up on their own.
We ask that all guests please set up in the exact site they have reserved and do not spread out onto additional sites.
Well-behaved dogs are allowed at the campground but must remain on a leash and not be left unattended. Dogs are not allowed on the mountain bike trails. Guest are required to clean up after their pet.
All campground guests have access to the Burke Hotel and Conference Center pool and hot tub. Key cards are required and can be obtained at the hotel front desk. ID will be required to obtain key. Please bring your own towel(s).
Scenic Toll Road:
open daily 8am-8pm.
Upcoming Partial Closures:
Saturday, July 24th (2-5pm)
Saturday, July 31st (2-5pm)
Friday, August 6th (2:30 - 5:30pm)
Saturday, August 21st (1:30 - 4:30pm)
Saturday, August 28th (3pm - 5:30pm)
Saturday, September 4th (2:30 - 5:30pm)
Sunday, September 5th (2pm - 5pm)
Saturday, September 18th (2pm - 5pm)
Friday, September 24th (2:30pm - 5:30pm
Saturday, September 25th (2pm - 5pm)
Saturday, October 2nd (2pm-5pm)
Tuesday, October 5th (4pm-5pm)
Saturday, October 9th (3pm-4:30pm)
Friday, October 15th (2pm - 5pm)
Saturday, October 23rd (2pm - 5pm)
When toll road is closed it means no vehicles are permitted up or down and impacts all cross-country trails off the toll road including CCC road, Parrs Yard, Dead Moose Alley, Moose Alley, Camptown, Blacksmith and summit trails Rude Awakening, Freeride, and Upper J Bar.
|All Day Access||$15.00/per vehicle|
|Self-shuttling for summit trail riding access (free for 2021 Burke passholder)||$5.00 per person per ride|
|$15.00 per person all day|
|FREE to pedal your bike.|
**CLOSING DATE SUBJECT TO CHANGE. PLEASE CALL (802) 626-7300 FOR CONFIRMATION ON TOLL ROAD OPEN/CLOSURES.
Built by the Civilian Conservation Corps from 1933 to 1935, the historic toll road to the summit offers amazing views and access to hiking trails, paragliding launch sites and downhill mountain-biking trails. Stop mid-way at the pavilion for the perfect picnic site with the Willoughby Gap as your backdrop and be sure to climb the historic fire tower at the top for stunning 360° views of the surrounding mountain ranges. The toll road is subject to closures due to private events. Please call 802-626-7400 to confirm the toll road is open, especially if you are coming from a distance on the weekend. Schedule, subject to change, is listed below.