Dh and I just returned from two nights at Quechee. It had been about 25 years since we were there with the kids who are all grown now. Sites are generally roomy with vegetation creating a buffer between them. No hook-ups and coin operated showers. It's an older park. The rest room near our site had a concrete floor and wooden doors on the stalls with latches at the top. The showers were individual cubicles behind the toilet facilities with a separate changing area and shower cubicle all tiled. For an older facility it was immaculate. The park is right on rte. 4 by the gorge and since we were close to the park entrance there was some traffic noise. Picnic table and fire ring at each site and most sites seemed well able to acommodate a PUP or even a much larger big rig with room to spread out a bit. There are only two restroom complexes and water spigots are scattered along the various loops. Most sites are at least partially shaded, there is a play area and some hiking including a trail to Quechee Gorge. There were not many others camping so things were very quiet. Didn't see much wildlife, just a couple of chipmunks and a toad. Quechee is fairly close to White River Junction and there are lots of interesting places to visit in the area. DH had occasion to use the other restroom which he said was much newer and all tiled.