This is a very nice area and great campground to escape the hustle and bustle of the crowded Eastern Seaboard. Fresh air, campfires, nice hiking for day hikes and an area of Maine that still has a nostalgic feel is all park of the package. The lake is beautiful too.
to th liti have visited twice once was at a group site on the shore of web lake. this was a great experience. the sites are large with a lean to and a small beach for swimming, fishing. the views are amazing. the second trip i stayed at a regular site in the campground. you have to hike or drive downe water. this was a downside to me. i had a boat to haul back and forth. i would be much nicer to have a site on the water that i could leave my boat in the water next to. otherwise the campground is clean, well maintained and quiet.
Driving the back roads of Maine you will run into Mt. Blue. There are two different areas, the campground is on the lake and the hiking around Mt. Blue is about 20 minutes away. The campground is very large with varying size campsites and plenty to choose from. The beach area is a short walk by trail from any of the three loops and includes a large grass area, a playground and a beach on the lake. You can also rent kayaks for a nice ride around the peaceful lake. The shower facility, located in the middle loop are very nice and clean. The camp hosts, Bruce and Jackie are very friendly and love to share their stories of traveling with their tear drop trailer and Chris and his wife will check you in and make sure you have everything you need. The campground closes for the season on Columbus Day and after Labor day, it's pretty empty.