We camped here in June and the weather was beautiful and it wasn't buggy. This campground is located in Dover-Foxcroft far enough from town to appear to be in the woodlands, but close enough to grocery stores and restaurants. We kayaked on this crystal clear lake and it was so relaxing. There are no water sites but there is a sandy beach, plenty of picnic tables and grills, group camping and day use areas. Clean updated bathrooms and a handful of water and electric sites. The sites are spacious and there is space between them. There weren't many campers when we visited which was great for us. It was quiet. There were plenty of deer making their appearance during our walks. We brought our dogs, dogs are not permitted on the beach. We love this campground. The staff were very nice and helpful. We will be back.
Spacious campsites with plenty of privacy. A short walk down to the beach area which offers a playground, cookout spots, and canoe rentals. Make sure to stick around and watch the stunning sunsets with views of Borestone Mountain, which is also an amazing nearby hike! The park also offers several hikes around the lake and camping area.
The bath houses are updated. Flush toilets and hot showers make this a safe bet. Swimming from the beach is great but often crowded. There are no water front camp sites but there is ample waterfront to share! head to the right of the main Beach area for more secluded water access and waterfront picnic and grilling areas. There are two hiking trails that are fun but lack a scenic view; one challenging, one easy. The park is fairly close to town for food, groceries, and supplies. There is not a specific outdoor/camping supply store nearby.
We camped over Labor Day and found the staff to be awesome. There is plenty to do in the area and the rangers and staff are more than happy to make recommendations.
Great swimming/ beach area.
The loons and owls call at night - so peaceful!
The park is very clean and every one is friendly. The bathrooms are clean and comfortable. Some sites are spaced out enough and are more private. Expect deer to visit!