Winhall Brook

Ball Mountain Lake

NOTICE: Due to damages sustained during the 2023 floods, in addition to planned infrastructure upgrades, the Winhall Brook Camping Area will be closed for the entirety of the 2024 Recreation Season. As of now, we anticipate a tentative reopening on May 16, 2025. Thank you for your understanding.

Winhall Brook Camping Area is nestled in the Green Mountains of Vermont along Winhall Brook and the West River, seven miles from Ball Mountain Lake.

The campground has strong appeal to the outdoorsman at heart, offering hiking, biking and fishing opportunities in a beautiful natural setting.

Winhall Brook offers a total of 111 campsites; 14 are lean-to shelters and 23 have electric and water hookups (S6-S28). Flush toilets, showers, drinking water and dump stations are provided. Campers enjoy the park's three playgrounds, four horseshoe pits, one basketball court and one volleyball court.

Need to Know

Natural Features

Winhall Brook consists of broad grassy meadows surrounded by heavily wooded areas. The campground lies among a beautiful northern hardwood forest, which provides outstanding fall color and wildlife habitat. Visitors enjoy catching glimpses of the region's wildlife which may include moose, white-tailed deer, black bear, bald eagles, owls, osprey, woodpeckers and a wide variety of songbirds.


The campground offers several waterways in which to fish and play. The West River and Winhall Brook are home to brook, rainbow and brown trout. Hiking and biking are popular summer activities with cross country skiing and snowshoeing in the winter. The West River Trail stretches 16 miles along parts of the long-since-abandoned West River Railroad, providing a safe and scenic route for hiking, biking and cross country skiing in the winter months. The trail connects the villages of South Londonderry, Jamaica and Townshend. Ball Mountain Lake is nearby with fishing, boating, hiking and scenic overlooks. You can access the lake at our car-top boat launch which also provides shore fishing access. Hiking trails offer great views of Angel Falls to the north and Hamilton Falls to the south along the West River Trail. Water is released from the dam to create whitewater opportunities for rafting and kayaking the first weekend in May and the last weekend in September.

Changes & Cancellations

Please see changes and cancellation policy at the link below:

Changes and cancellations 

Contact Information


919 Winhall Station Rd. South Londonderry VT 05155


919 Winhall Station Rd. South Londonderry VT 05155

Phone Number

For campground inquiries, please call: 802-824-4570

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Driving Directions

Physical address: 919 Winhall Station Rd, South Londonderry, VT 05155. 

Contact Station Phone Number: (802) 824-4570

From Brattleboro, Vermont, travel 30 miles north on Route 30. Turn north onto Route 100 and continue for 2.5 miles. Turn onto to Winhall Station Road and follow for a mile to the campground.
From Manchester, Vermont, travel 5 miles east on Route 11. Turn right onto Route 30 S continue for 9 miles. Turn left onto Route 100 N and continue for 2.5 miles. Turn right onto WInhall Station Road and follow for a mile to the camgpground.

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