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Historic Village Haven: Twilight Trail & Orchard Escape
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Brownington, VT
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Max Rig Size
Over 45 ft
Max Nights
1
Parking Spaces
3
Same Day Requests
Yes
About
Envision a retreat where history whispers through the walls and the landscape tells a story of timeless beauty. Unfold your map and chart a course to a pastoral 60+ acre village in Vermont, where the legacy of African American pioneer Alexander Lucius Twilight is etched in stone and greenery. This unique RV camping destination is a serene haven that boasts a harmonious blend of education, heritage, and natural splendor. Welcome to a living museum under the open sky, where the Old Stone Housea symbol of resilience and historystands guard at the village's heart. Immerse yourself in a historical journey across eight remarkable buildings, each holding secrets of a bygone era, waiting to be discovered by curious minds and history enthusiasts. Elevate your adventure to new heights by ascending Prospect Hill and feel your breath catch at the stunning panorama from the Observatory Tower. Roam through the Heritage Apple Orchard, where fruit-laden branches are a testament to nature's bounty. Wander the Giving Gardens, where the fruits of labor shared are as rich as the soil. Challenge yourself on the over one-mile Twilight Educational Trail, an interactive path where hikers, skiers, and snowshoers can explore the vitality of the landscape through all seasons. There's no need for campfires here; the warm glow of learning and the heat of exploration are enough to kindle the spirit of every traveler. Take notewhile open flames are not permitted, the warmth of this community and its storied past will create a brilliant spark in your RV camping adventure, making it memorable without a flickering flame. Pack your sense of wonder, your thirst for knowledge, and your love for the great outdoors, and prepare to park your RV amidst the echoes of history and the natural beauty of Vermont's countryside.
Opening hours
Monday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Tuesday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Wednesday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Thursday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Friday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Sunday
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Suitability
Pets Allowed
Wifi
Slideouts Allowed
Separate Tow Vehicle Parking
Amenities
Gift Shop
Picnic/Patio Area
Farmers Market
U-pick
Festivals
Wildlife Sanctuary
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Items to Purchase
Yes, we welcome them to support the museum through donations, membership or purchasing items at our gift shop.
Parking & Arrival
Please check in at our gift shop desk when the museum is open for more instruction. If the museum is closed, please choose from the 3 designated sites. Two are in the rear of the parking field adjacent to the office building at 109 Old Stone House Road. The last site is in the parking field adjacent to the Grammar School on Hinman Settler Road. There are NO designated sites on the top of Prospect Hill. To help orient you, maps of the historic village can be found in the mailbox in front of the office door.
Max Rig Size:
Over 45 ft
Parking Spaces:
3
Parking Surface:
Grass
Check-In Method:
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