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

Recent Reviews

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Renters beware that a Apple Island has a policy of charging $5.50 a person for visitors. We checked out 2 days early because we could not afford to have our family come over for lunch or anything without paying for them to visit. This is outrageous given the high rental fees charged for our two week stay.
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Management Response
I attempted to reach you during your stay to discuss the issue related to your guests. Our rates are based on 2 adults and 2 children, which you registered at the cottage. Apple Island Resort offers numerous recreational and event opportunities for which additional day or overnight visitors are charged. Summer residents who own their site or lease for the season may entertain visitors at no charge. Your review is the first we have heard about the mattress in the bedroom. The mattress is a newer one, so this was a surprise. Thank you for mentioning it in your review so we can look into the matter. Marie Hamling, Uniprop, VP
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Vermont traveler
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Reviewed 09/02/2014
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Great Visit
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Came to visit friends we had met down south. Had a wonderful visit and did many things around the area -- Stowe for example. Ate out at several places and even sat around playing cards. Nice size site and very clean. Bathroom floors were very wet a lot, but other than that nice place.
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Corndancer
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Reviewed 08/20/2014
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Weekend Family Reunion
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My sister and I rented a trailer for the weekend so we could have a cookout with our families and our parents who live at Apple Island during the summer. Cabin was excellent, comfortable and had all amenities needed to enjoy ourselves. We rented golf cart which was great to go back and forth between our parents and our place as well as go to store, pool, golf, etc.. The only negative thing we experienced was that we reserved the golf cart upon arrival and when we went to get it the next morning, it was not charged fully. The plug was impossible to get in for charging so I spent a lot of time trying to get it charged. I called the front desk for assistance and I was placed on hold for a long time. Eventually, I found one of the employees that rides around and he came right over to our place and helped me get the plug in. He was great! Things to do - go to the "point" that overlooks the lake at night when the moon is out - breathtaking! If you want to swim in the lake - go to South Beach - water is beautiful -rocky at first but then pure sand. Great place for picnic!
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Jill
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Reviewed 08/11/2014
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Nice, but......
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Let me start by saying that in hindsight we DID have a good time. Hey, when you have lemons you make lemonade. Especially after we planned this trip for so long. There's just some things that people should know. We planned a 6 night stay (8/1/14-8/7/14)in one of the "lakeview" sites, despite the fact that there are no sewer hookups on the "lakeview" sites. "Lakeview" is entirely dependent upon whether or not someone is in front of you. We were lead to our spot (QR001) by a man we later found was Ray, the park manager. When I asked him about the placement of other RVs and how that would impact my view he said "people usually stagger their placement so everyone has a view". I asked if he would be assisting with that and he said yes. NOT! Net result was that we saw the lake maybe 50% of the time we stayed. Then there was the problem of our actual site being a swamp. There was a perpetual large number of puddles of muddy, gray water under our camper all week. Would it have killed them to take some shale or stone and built the parking pad up a few inches? Fortunately I carry a large tarp that we put under our patio carpet that helped a lot, but in my view this was totally unacceptable. And its not like they don't have stone and shale available - immediately behind us was an active construction site with piles of shale everywhere. Such a beautiful site! And when I say construction site I mean it. Working excavators and bobcats and dump trucks included! Something they fail to let you know when you make your reservation, I might add. These people might want to consider being a bit more forthcoming about park conditions before they accept a reservation. Had I been told about some of this stuff, I may have chosen to take one of the sites in the back of the park and gave up the potential for a lake view. And why not stick up a fence to screen the construction? Expensive? Maybe. But they charge a premium for the "lakeview" sites, so I would expect "premium" type service.
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AG215
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Reviewed 08/11/2014