Fantastic camp ground. I was there end of May into the first few days of June. Staff was very helpful when I was asking about different fishing spots and how to get there. Camp sites were decent size, and about 1/3 are close to the water. A few recommendations I have if you are going. Bring everything you need with you, do your food shopping on the way. Greenville is maybe 15 miles away, the quickest way is a logging road, conditions of the logging roads can vary. Having the Maine Gazzetteer was super helpful finding my way around the logging roads. If you are looking for a camp ground but off the beaten trail look no further.
This campground is approximately 13 miles from the West Forks, Maine--home to the best whitewater rafting in the state. The campground staff are extremely pleasant, helpful, and keep the grounds very clean. This is an out of the way facility--8 miles in on dirt roads, not for those that want all the amenities of larger campgrounds. Many of the sites are located on the water--this is a very beautiful lake--quiet--full of fish, easy kayaking, or just sitting on the water's edge. The sunsets are beautiful. The campground is very quiet. Near the campground is Moxie Lake and Moxie Falls, the falls are well worth the easy hike in.