I have been planning a September tour from Brattleboro, VT to my home in Philly, hooking up with ACA's Atlantic Coast route in N. Canaan, CT. Because of the way desired mileages were working out, being able to camp at Lone Oak, a bit east of N. Canaan, was a lynch pin. I checked their web site. It showed only a few expensive ($60+), full-hook up sites available on a Sunday. I checked some other dates and also found no available tent sites. At first I was simply going to suck it up and reserve an RV site, but the lack of availability on a Sunday (and on other random weekdays) after school was back in session seemed odd to me, so I decided to give them a call. Turns out there are several tent sites available. With the campground map in front of me, the woman with whom I was speaking identified sites that are close to the restrooms and showers and reserved one for me. She also gave me some great news: The place charges cyclist only $20/night, and I didn't need to pay or supply a credit card number until I arrived in case I cancel the trip.
I actually stayed at Lone Oak 17 years ago while riding home after finishing ACA's unsupported Northern Tier tour. The place is more like a resort where you sleep in a tent or RV more than it is a campground. I remember paying about $28 for a site back then and thinking that, for that price, I was going to take full advantage of the hot tub. Guess they didn't have a cyclists discount back then.
Incidentally, I will be using Amtrak's new roll-on bike service on the Vermonter. Assuming nothing gets in the way of this trip, I will report back on how it goes.