Southern Vermont's Premiere Family Campground
Horseshoe Acres Campground is a family and pet friendly park, located near the Southern Region of the Green Mountains National Forest. We organize activities and events for campers of all ages and there is a lot to see and do in the surrounding community. Make our beautiful park your home base for all of your Vermont adventures.
Check out our musical line up for 2023.
May 27 - Wyld Nightz
Check out their facebook page if you want to know more about them.
June 24 - Turn it Loose
This is a really fun band. Check out their website.
July 1 - Club Soda
Came to Horseshoe Acres for the first time in 2022. Everyone loved them. Get a preview here.
July 15 - Sherry AnneSherry Anne is a marvelous Christian singer song writer with an amazing message. She has been coming to Horseshoe Acres Campground since 2018 Find out more about her and her music here
July 22 - Sound InvestmentThis is band is a favorite at our campground. Our campers ask for them back every year and we are glad to have them.
July TBD - Barry WardBarry Ward is a singer song writer coming to Horseshoe Acres for the first time 2022 all the way from Kansas. We were so Blessed by his visit we asked him to come back. We think everyone will find something in his songs to lift the spirit. Find out more about him here.
September 2 - Thunder Hook
Back by popular demand, Thunder Hook is a fantastic rock band. Check out some of their videos here.
September 16 - Mosey DownThis is a great cover band our campers always like. Come on out and dance with us.
October 7 - BG Tunes DJ/Karaoke
We hope you can join us for the fun.
Due the spread of the Emerald Ash Boarer and other invasive species we are NOT ALLOWING any fire wood to be braught into the campgrouynd from any place unless it is purchased from a supplier that will certify the wood has been heat treated not just Kiln Dired. We are sorry fir the inconvenience. We know that many campers have inexpensive or even free sources of fire wood near their homes but it can not be helped. We will have a supply of treated fire wood available for sale or you can purchase it from another supplier but it must be certified treated. We will ask you to remove any fire wood that you bring in that is not kiln dried. Thank you for your cooperation. For more information about the spread of invasive species in Vermont click here, or here, or here.