Directions & Attractions
Mountain View Campground is located 3 miles East of Morrisville, Vermont on Route 15. The campground is located 25 miles from Exit 10 of I-89 and 12 miles from the Town of Stowe.
From the South, take I-89 Exit 7 or 8 to Route 12. Follow Route 12 to the junction with Route 100, in Morrisville. Follow Route 100 North, across the Lamoille River, then take a right onto Route 15 East. Mountain View Campground will be on your right.
From the North, take I-89 Exit 10 (Route 100) into Stowe. Follow Route 100 North into Morrisville, across the Lamoille River, then take a right onto Route 15 East. Mountain View Campground will be on your right.
Nestled along the banks of the Lamoille River, Mountain View is a haven for fishermen, couples and families alike. Only a few minutes from Stowe, Burlington and Montpelier, campers can experience the variety of activities which Vermont offers up in each season of the year.
Early Spring in Vermont means swollen rivers, running sap, birds calling, and beautiful lush fields of wildflowers. Take a trip to one of the many maple sugar houses in Vermont to see how sap is collected and boiled down into maple syrup. Cast your line into the Lamoille River, considered one of the best fishing rivers in Northern Vermont. We will even tell you where the secret fishing holes are located!
Summer in the mountains means warm, sunny days and cool nights. Relax by the campfire, go for a hike or a bike ride, splash in the pool, or canoe down the Lamoille River with the whole family. If you want more to do, visit one of the quaint, nearby towns to play some golf, eat at a fine restaurant, go shopping, or take in a country fair or craft show.
Burnt oranges, radiant reds and dazzling yellows typify the fall foliage in Vermont. Head to the mountains for a hike or into one of the nearby towns to search for the perfect pumpkin or a drink of fresh apple cider.
There are many things to do in nearby Stowe, considered to be the recreational heart of Vermont.
Visit our Stowe Events page for a calendar of upcoming events. The list of
attractions, below, provides you with an additional list of ongoing attractions
that provide even more reasons to extend your stay. The quintessential Vermont town
of Stowe boasts some of Vermont’s best restaurants and has enough shops to keep a “professional shopper” busy for days. Our family and friends suggest the following visits in Stowe:
The Stowe Recreation Path is an internationally recognized 5.5 mile greenway, paved for non motorized recreation with numerous picnic and swimming areas. There is an optional quiet path near village for joggers and walkers only.
The historic auto Toll Road zigs and zags its way to the summit ridge of Mt. Mansfield where stunning views of Lake Champlain and the Adirondack Mountains await you.
Zip line canopy tours combine the thrill of flying with friendly guides and a truly immersive environmental experience. A typical canopy tour is comprised of a series of zip lines and aerial walkways that traverse from tree to tree, ground to tree or tree to ground depending on the local topography.
The FourRunner Quad scenic chairlift will operate this summer in place of the Gondola (which will open in the fall). The FourRunner Quad is a 4-person, high-speed chair lift up the side of Mt. Mansfield. From the top you can access hiking, picnicking, and the Octagon Cafe.
The arts center compliments the recent evolution of the resort and operates year-round to provide a wide spectrum of events including live music and concerts, theatre, dance, comedy, film, lectures, and multimedia events in it’s beautiful state-of-the-art facility.
The Trapp Family Lodge is a mountain resort in the European tradition by the Von Trapp family that inspired “The Sound of Music”. This unique luxury mountain resort features Austrian-inspired architecture and European-style accommodations. Open year-round, the Trapp Family Lodge offers superb mountain views, old world comforts and impeccable service, along with activities for every season.
Enjoy an unforgettable experience with a smooth and graceful ride on silent wings. The highly experienced pilots will give you the ride of a lifetime. If you are adventurous, they will show you beautiful maneuvers and even give you a chance to fly. Glider instruction and rentals are available for novice through experienced pilots. Open 7 days per week, May through October.
The Fly Rod Shop in Stowe, Vermont offerw a variety of both fly fishing and spin fishing instructional classes along with multiple options for guided fishing adventures. First time fly fisherman can take the free casting clinic at the shop where the basic equipment for fly fishing and techniques are reviewed. Guided trips take place on the surrounding rivers such as the Lamoille, Winooski, Dog, and Little River. If you prefer lake fishing, guided tours are offered con Lake Elmore, the Waterbury Reservoir and Lake Eden.
A Vermont legend since 1974, the Mill is now New England’s largest producer of apple cider. Learn about cider-making and enjoy FREE samples of cider and other Vermont food products. Full natural foods bakery featuring pies, turnovers, pumpkin rolls, maple cream cheese pockets, and other treats.
The 30-minute guided ice cream factory tour is fun and educational for all ages. Guests are offered the opportunity to learn about the ice cream manufacturing process. The full service scoop shop menu includes special items (hello, Vermonster!) as well as traditional favorites (like waffle cones and hot fudge sundaes!). Can’t decide? The scoopers are equipped to offer suggestions and sample tastes.
Shelburne Farms stewards and shares their working landscape and historic property in ways that are environmentally, economically, and culturally sustainable, using it as a campus for learning by collaborating with educators, schools, and other partners to learn from each other so that they can transform education and extend their collective impact around the world.
Maple Grove Farms of Vermont had sweet beginnings over 86 years ago when Helen Gray and Ethel McLaren began perfecting maple confections on the family farm. These delicious sweets soon had many customers far and wide. The growth led to the existing brick plant. Maple Grove farms is now the largest packer of Pure Maple Syrup in the USA.
Come enjoy fine music and dance at Champlain Valley Folk Festival’s one day concert and contra dance! Canadian folk trio “Finest Kind” will perform a concert from 4:00 - 6:00PM. While the hall is being reset for the evening programming, enjoy a potluck dinner or join a session in one of the hall's adjoining classrooms. Finish the night out with a contra dance played by “Wild Asparagus” from 8:00 - 11:00PM.