September 10 - 11, 2016
Camping
Mount Ascutney State Park:
We have reserved the entire campground and auto road for the weekend. The park has 39 wooded tent/trailer sites and 10 lean-to sites that are arranged within two camp loops (see map below). Each loop has a rest room providing modern plumbing and hot showers ($). There is a sanitary dump station for RV's, but no hookups. The campground is located at the base of the road where the Hillclimb will take place. For more information, including campground maps, visit the Mt. Ascutney State Park Web Site.

Wilgus State Park
This campground is not located at Ascutney, but in the event that the Mount Ascutney fills up, Wilgus State Park is your closest option for camping. It is a small campground with some excellent sites right on the Connecticut River. Note that all of the hillclimb activities will occur at Mt. Ascutney State Park.

Inns, Hotels and Motels:

Other lodging options of varying degrees of comfort and quality are available near Ascutney, from quaint country inns to chain hotels. Expand your search along I-91 to the White River Jct., VT / Lebanon, NH area (20 min north), the Springfield, VT area (15 min south) or stay in the charming village of Woodstock (30 min northwest.)
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Mt. Ascutney State Park Camp Site Layout
Click below to access the interactive campsite map.
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Google Map
Windsor, Vermont
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Reservations
Mt. Ascutney State Park
1-888-409-7579
(Mon – Fri 9am – 4pm)
You must call to make a reservation - our group rental will show the entire campground as booked if you try to reserve a site online. Tell them you are with the "Auto Race" event.

Hotels/Inns
Consult TripAdvisor to see inns, independent motels and hotels in the area. Search the White River Jct., VT / Lebanon, NH area (20 min), the Springfield, VT area (15 min) or the Woodstock, VT area (30 min.)
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