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About Country Camper

1996

Layne and Cindy Gregoire saved up and took leap of faith as a young family and founded Vermont Country Campers. Layne had ambitions of owning his own business and wanted to go about things differently than others. With an acute attention to detail and customer satisfaction as a priority, the single digit inventory began to multiply.

1999

After three years in business, Vermont Country Campers moved into its first and current location on US 2 in East Montpelier.

2017

Layne and Cindy are joined by their son Logan, who both supplements and adds a new perspective gained from a different background. Following Logan’s integration to the company, an industrial building on Route 4 in Epsom, New Hampshire was purchased. This would soon become the home of New Hampshire Country Campers.

2018

New Hampshire Country Campers opens for business in Epsom. The new location offers a service hub for a growing customer base and increases the number of brands within the dealer group’s network. 

2019

Entering the 2019 Shows, Vermont Country Campers and New Hampshire Country Campers announced a branding overhaul to a new name: Country Camper. The new name and logo established a household name that gained recognition with RVers nationwide.  ​

2020

Approximately two minutes down US 2 from the Vermont dealership, Country Camper opened a 16,000 square foot service facility at 50 Packard Road to better serve customers. The building was outfitted for enhanced RV service and expanded indoor service capabilities. The newly designated service and parts facility has improved the customer experience. 

2021

With a growing customer base, Country Camper announced the acquisition of 22 acres in Newtown, Connecticut. A state-of-the-art facility is under construction and is scheduled to open in 2022. The brand-new facility will feature numerous service bays and an oversized display lot for the best brands in the RV industry.


To check out some of the great deals that we offer, contact us today. 

Vermont Country Campers aerial photo