Moosalamoo Campground is part of the broader Finger Lakes National Forest. Due to its location, it tends to be quite isolated compared to some more developed campgrounds, which makes it a boon for nature enthusiasts looking for an abundance of natural scenery.
Hikers will love the varied terrain in and around Moosalamoo, with both the Mt. Moosalamoo and Voter Brook Trails taking campground visitors around the base of the nearby Mt. Mossamaloo, while showcasing the abundant rock and water formations that dot the region. These trails connect to additional networks that wind through the forest, so make sure to take a look at the online trail guides before planning your day's expedition. Overnight guests with canines should remember that all trails within these state forest areas require a leash no longer than six feet. It's also wise to clean up any messes Fido might deposit on the ground to avoid ruining anyone else's hike.
If you do intend to book a stay in Moosalamoo, a total of 19 campsites are offered up for advanced reservation. These sites can accommodate RVs and pop-up campers, provided they're of limited size and are self-contained, as no hookups are provided at these sites. If you'd like to cook out, a campfire ring is provided at each site, complete with a grilling surface. For visitors who are looking to bring their canine companion with them overnight, they're required to stay in a tent or RV during the evening hours. Moosalamoo Campground also asks that guests keep pets out of all public areas, including the bathroom facilities and park offices.
Potential visitors to Moosalamoo Campground are warned that recreational opportunities not located within the campgrounds themselves may incur additional fees. Please also note that the pricing here is for campsite reservation only, and does not reflect admission to either the Green Mountain or Finger Lakes National Forests.
A note on the address listed on this page: Moosalamoo Campground is located on Forest Road 24, off Goshen-Ripton Road near Goshen, VT. The correct address is currently not listed on Google Maps; if you're planning to use GPS, you may want to call the campground office for accurate directions.