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Basically this is a small independent RV park split between season RV campers and regular RV campers. The only reason for a tent camper to go is to take advantage of the laundry room and the nicely scrubbed showers. It’s 5 minutes from Skowhegan and a short 2 minutes from Kennebec Banks rest area…
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We spent two wonderful mid-week nights in our 25' converted shuttle bus. We stayed in site 32 (no hookups}. It was a grassy site surrounded by trees and brush, so pretty private. It was not on the lake, there are about 7 RV sites right on the lake with full hookups which are great but they do…
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Campground is quite nice, near the canyon. Stayed in lower campground. Roads are very rough so difficult to drive on, at night the grounds are totally pitch dark and far from bathhouse. There is one outhouse available to use as well. Firewood is expensive at $8, and no it's not more wood than we've…
Not bad if you like being packed in like sardines. Very noisy neighbors after 11pm. Complaints to management resulted in no change. Clean restrooms but always a line to use them.
Multiple pay for activities ar this place. Odd arrangement on the campsites. But good for caravans.
Cathedral Pines is claimed to be one of the most beautiful campgrounds by people all around the country. The space between the sites, mountain views, an campground in high demand. Very kid friendly. An abundance of outdoor activities right out your door. Highly recommend!!!!
Clean, quiet, Ranger is awesome with info. None of the sites are directly on the water, but a few are close enough it can been seen through the trees. Decent cell service with both AT&T and Verizon.
Enjoyed our stay here! We stayed for 2 nights and thought it was a good deal for a full hookup site! Very pleased with our stay here! We had 2 bars with AT&T as well. The campsites are very close to each other with little privacy but the value outweighs the cons of that.
Our family had a wonderful time here! Angel Falls was amazing, Coos Canyon is awesome, and the local views are stunning. Friendly staff and quiet campground.
i couldn’t make it to the site )-: i drive a toyota scion and there were so many pot holes, puddles, and big rocks we tried going up but it took us too long, a little weird the drive way theres atv trails and timberlains since where they cut down trees i think?
Last year we were looking for a place to take my daughter on a birthday trip, but had limited options. Mt Blue was one of few places that had sites available so it was by chance we ended up there. It was quiet, beautiful, and a memorable experience all around. Fast forward a year exactly, and we…
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Remote campground with many amenities! First of all, be careful when following certain gps/google directions…depending where you are coming from, you may end up on dirt roads/ATV trails (common in this region of NH) that could be hazardous in a passenger vehicle during poor conditions. In order to…
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We took our camper and camped with another family who had just tents. Our camp sites were next to each other but also very private. No water or electricity except at the main bathrooms where there are showers, toilets and a dish wash station. Beautiful lake! We had to walk a few mins from our site…
We are staying two nights here and really enjoying it. The staff is friendly, and the sites are varied. Meaning ours is along the river so we sit parallel with it. Walking out the door is the serene view if the water. Some sites are back in and others are pull through. The laundry and bath houses…
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Peaceful little gem at the river. Took a canoe up the river for a couple hours. Kind people. Clean Would definitely stay again.