Apple Island Resort VT

71 US Route 2
South Hero, VT 05486

(802) 372-3800

Description

Amenities

Onsite

  • WiFi
  • Laundry
  • Propane

Recreation

Onsite

  • Playground
  • Swimming

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0 % of users found this review helpful
Apple Island is a nice campground. It is pricey for what you get, but it is clean and attractive. It is a shame that the sites with the views don;t have sewer hookups. The office is only open from 10 - 5 which was a real inconvenience.
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Tuscany
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Reviewed 10/22/2015
B+
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Fall Beauty
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We stayed at Apple Island Resort in a love site with two different views of Lake Champlain. All facilities we were able to view were clean and lovely. My only complaint would be the Tool Museum was closed as well as the hot tub because we were there the very last weekend of the season. The most unfortunate part of this is there was no price break. In general, wonderful place.
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Eric@Cathy
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Reviewed 10/19/2015
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Clean, Secure, Great Views, but Pricey
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We are "snowbirds" looking for a local RV park to spend next summer. We stayed at Apple Tree Bay for a weekend, with two grandchildren. While it is a predominantly seasonal park, there are many sites available for those passing through. The rest rooms and showers (we used) are clean and appear to be new. The pool area has tables and chairs with umbrellas for shade, and lounge chairs for laying out. The lower area where we stayed has large, level sites with beautiful lake and mountain views-- however, the newer site in this area do not have sewer hookups. There is no cable. The rates (for what is offered) seem high for the area. Compared to other parks in the area, the monthly rate (which is what we were interested in for next year) is nearly double most of them. So while it is one of the nicest parks in the state, the price is a big negative for us.
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Papa
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Reviewed 09/26/2015
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I have lived as a seasonal for 8 yrs. We have a lot of great family memories. The residents are what make this park what it is & why we have called it home. Sadly, our time here has come to an end. The campground (what it is no matter how many times they say “resort”) does not care about or listen to any of its residents. They are constantly fighting w/the residents. This year, we were harassed by security for having 3 cars. Can only have 2 cars/site. Never was an issue before. I told them I would not move the car until they enforced it w/everyone. That turned into them sending us a letter from their lawyer saying move the car or your contract will be terminated. All kinds of rules still being violated by others today, including by their staff. So many more ridiculous incidents to tell you about, but not enough space. Good customer service could have made a different outcome by saying "the parking rule stands, but we will look into your claim that it’s not being enforced w/everyone. We want everyone treated fairly. We would hate to see you leave after 8 yrs." I can accept that & would have reconsidered leaving. Not the way it went though. I was made to feel they wanted us to leave, albeit because I stood up to them. They prefer the elderly, who they can take advantage of. No matter how management responds to this, don’t let them fool you w/fake excuses about what really happened or that we are not good people. I am a paralegal. My husband owns a successful business. We are an all American family that works hard, keeps our site neat, are respectful of other sites, volunteers in the park & gets along great w/the residents. High turnover rate here, so it's not just us having problems. It's a fine campground for a weekend, but seriously think twice before you become a seasonal, or even worse, a 99-year lease owner. They have all the leverage & they do not care about their customers. Talk to the residents when you are there. You'll get the same story I’m telling you.
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Paying Customer
The review was
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Reviewed 09/20/2015