In our terminology, tent sites and RV sites are the same thing.
Like all campsites, each of these has a fire ring or fireplace with grill for cooking and a picnic table.
Most parks sell wood and ice and many have nature programs, performances and other events.
Besides the fireplace or fire ring and picnic bench these sites are usually roomy and level with places to park your rig or set up a couple of tents. Some sites are wooded and some open.
Using the interactive campground maps: You can get more information on the offerings of a particular park by visiting the individual park pages and viewing the interactive campground maps. For example, by selecting a park from the Fast Park Finder drop down menu located at the top of the screen, you will go to that park's page. Once there, you will find a description of the park, downloadable pdfs of any trails or nature guides pertinent to the park as well as a link to view our interactive campground maps. You will see the overview of the park layout. Then, click on a specific site. You will see a photo of the site plus information about the site from our reservations database.
Here is an explanation of site details:
Accommodates: Explains what size tent or RV will fit on the site. Tent size is expressed in small, medium and large. RV length is expressed in feet.
Maximum Occupancy: The maximum number of people permitted per site. For most sites this is 8 people, but some smaller sites have a maximum occupancy of 6.
Access: Describes whether a site is drive in (vehicle) or walk-up. Most sites are drive in, but some sites you park below and walk up stairs, which important to know for hauling gear and wood.
Sun: Sunny, shady, partial shade, etc.
Surface: Fine gravel or grassy.
Water access: Describes access to swimming area, not drinking water. Sites are coded as waterfront, water view, walking distance, driving distance or none.
Pets: Explains whether or not pets are permitted on site. Most campgrounds permit pets but some have specific pet loops. At this time pets are not permitted in cabins or cottages, except for Cabin A at Lake Carmi State Park.
Universally Accessible: Describes whether the site is accessible via wheelchair.
At this time there are no hookups in any Vermont State Park campgrounds, but there are dump stations and water spigots every few campsites and most parks allow some limited generator use.