Named Camp Vermont, it was located on the land of George Mason, Esq (seen as "G Mason" on map (left) near the crossroads south of Ft Lyon), and laid out on "a sloping hillside, by a stream of good water, and in close proximity to the family of the manor of Spring Bank". This was east of the mansion house, which was taken over as Division headquarters. The land had been cleared by the Vermont men, the timber being used to build the wooden structures needed to house the troops during the upcoming winter.
As a soldier in the 14th Vermont wrote: "each company to have barracks of its own, which are to be 100 feet in length and 20 feet in width". This description matches the wooden structures the 12th VT Infantry built that were later taken over by the 4th Delaware Infantry. A lithograph of the camp can be seen here:
The 27th Maine was brigaded with the 4th DE, and may be one of the two other camps seen in the background on the lithograph.