This is a small state park campground that is popular with mountain bikers. It had recently closed for the season when I stopped by to check it out. Sites are a good size, generally level and most are quite close to the road, so you’ll contend with road traffic. There are a few walk-in tent sites with lean-tos. If you’re looking for some additional privacy and not afraid of a walk, these are the nicest in the park. Within the campground loop there are pit toilets. Near the entrance is a small kitchen and full-service bathrooms. Campfire wood is available for sale on site and they had a wagon to help you transport it back to your site. Picnic tables and fire rings provided.
There are 2 Tentrr sites a short walk into the woods at one end of the loop, farthest from the entrance. These are fully equipped cabin tents, but one had been burned near the stovepipe. In a lot just below the main entrance are group campsites.
Several different trails in the park some leading to a bald summit with views toward the coast. Keep your eyes open for bikes and horses that share the trails. It’s very busy, but the small parking lot does create some limits. You will have to cross the street to reach most of the trails, so you’ll probably want to accompany your kids, though the crossing area is well marked. This site provides some basic trail information
You're only 10 miles from Freeport and its outlets or summer concerts and activities near LLBean and the coast is ready for exploration.
Winter camping is available, contact the park for details. There are enough trails to keep warm snowshoeing and x-c skiing, but no facilities available, so bring water and all you need for the weather.