Molly Stark State Park, just outside of Wilmington, Vermont, was our first Vermont State Park. At only 148 acres, it is smallish. What I'd call a pocket park. But what it lacks in acreage, it makes up for in quality of sites and amenities.
Molly Stark has 23 tent/RV sites and 11 lean-to sites. Sites are all dry camping, no electric, no water, no sewer. The sites are all nicely spaced and carved out of the forest with attention to privacy. There's also a relatively new (2 years old) bath house with 4 showers, a place to get fresh water and a convenient dump station for RV's.
One of the best parts of the park is the Mount Olga hiking loop trial with a spur trail leading up to a fire tower that gives one who climbs it a spectacular 360 view of the surrounding area. When we're back through Vermont, this park will definitely be on our list of places to park Miranda.