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50 Reviews of 37 Lower Dennysville, Maine Campgrounds

HThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 30, 2021

Cute camp W/E dump station

Nice size sites, 50/30/20 electric, there are a few single picnic tables under shelters, nice small pond, tent sites two with W/E. Heated shower rooms, restrooms are open. Opened couple days early to accommodate a few early campers, I being one of them. Yes I would gladly stay here again!

  • restrooms, laundry room, shower house
  • campground from site 12B
  • West Quoddy lighthouse
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Site12B
Month of VisitJune
Mea H.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed May. 28, 2021

Lots of privacy...and mosquitoes

We needed a place to stay the night near Lubec. This campground isn’t luxurious by any means but it has everything you need for an outdoors experience.

The campground has a sewer dump and potable water fill at the beginning of the campground. The hot showers are there too. Beware of spiders. The…

  • Campsite 9
  • Space behind rig at campsite 9
  • Outhouse restroom
Site9
Month of VisitJune
Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 30, 2021

Beautiful and it has its own beach!

This spot is situated right along the Maine coast and has one heck of a view, not to mention a nice gravel beach! While the water is quite cold in Maine any time of the year, the beach is a nice spot to relax in the afternoon sun. Note: the campsites are NOT located on the beach but on the cliffs…

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SiteLong Point
Month of VisitMay
Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 22, 2021

4 Star Site-5 Star Views

Hiking along the Cutler Coast is a unique opportunity that if you get the chance to explore, you absolutely should. There are only 5 campsites total available along the Cutler Coast, 3 of them are at the Fairy Head. We approached the area via the Inland Trail, about a 5.5 mile hike from the trial…

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SiteFairy Head 1
Month of VisitMay
Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 22, 2021

Impacted site but beautiful

This is one of 5 available campsites along the Cutler Coast Bold Coast hiking trail. Situated on top of a little knoll overlooking the Bay of Fundy, this is a lovely gem. The site is extremely small and it's obvious others have found other spots outside of the designated area to camp (please don't…

  • Coastal views
  • Despite the fire pits you will see, campfires aren't allowed.
  • Steps leading up to the small campsite
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SiteBlack Point Cove
Month of VisitMay
Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 22, 2021

Not bad for free camping!

Situated right off of Route 9 between Amherst and Wesley Maine, you can access the Machias River Corridor Public Lands. At this particular location, there are 2 RV sites, 3 tent sites and a lean-to shelter, all situated right on the bank of the river.

We spent one night here in the lean-to on…

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SiteLean-To
Month of VisitMay
Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 22, 2021

Fairy Head Campsite- 4 Stars for the Site itself but 5 stars for the views

Hiking along the Cutler Coast is a unique opportunity that if you get the chance to explore, you absolutely should. There are only 5 campsites total available along the Cutler Coast, 3 of them are at the Fairy Head. We approached the area via the Inland Trail, about a 5.5 mile hike from the trial…

  • Trail head
  • Toilet for the front...you don't want to see it from any other angle.
  • No number but at least we knew we were in the right spot.
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SiteFairy Head 1
Month of VisitMay
Sarah C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Mar. 3, 2021

Fun Lean-to on the Bay

We decided to spend the night at this park after having to adjust our plans due to high winds. Given our timing(early October), the place was almost entirely empty. We chose one of the small lean-to shelters for the night. There are a few of these and they do require you to walk your gear in a…

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Site101
Month of VisitNovember
Rebecca G.
Reviewed Oct. 27, 2020

Wonderful campground

I stayed here in August 2020 on a trip downeast. What a great place. Campsite was right on the water. The bathrooms/showers were clean. There was a great playground for children. I will definitely go back!

TThe Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Oct. 3, 2020

Astounded that anyone could find negatives...

Let’s be real. Camping near ANY water, fresh or salt, includes high likelihood of bugs...warmer weather makes it worse, of COURSE. And perhaps predictably, any odor, fecal or otherwise, is amplified with heat...hence the effectiveness of scented candles, no?

I just spent the most splendid two…

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A
Reviewed Sep. 20, 2020

Disregard Ashely’s bad review

One of the best campgrounds we’ve been to in America, beautiful views, close to amazing hiking (highly recommend bold coast trail). Fisherman’s wharf 20 mins away has great lunch with amazing view and service. Site 66 is very private with a short walk to site from your parking spot. We loved the…

R
Reviewed Sep. 15, 2020

Beautiful lake

Camped during Covid restrictions. Everyone seemed to be following the guidelines that were clearly posted by the campsite. The snack bar in the office/shop area was a great fallback plan if we were too lazy to cook, but wasn’t needed. People who ran the place were very accommodating. For some…

David R.
Reviewed Sep. 12, 2020

Nice stay

Nice old fashioned campground on a classic Maine Bay. Full hookups or tent sites with grass and trees. Tmobile 4g with a strong signal

David R.
Reviewed Sep. 12, 2020

Nice stay

Nice old fashioned campground on a classic Maine Bay. Full hookups or tent sites with grass and trees

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