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Wasn't sure what to expect, but went anyway. After turning off the highway you take a dirt road for about a mile until you see a sign for the campsites. (My sedan easily made it down the road)
There's a site immediately when you turn in, but about 2 minutes further you'll find a parking lot with…
This was an amazing escape despite variable weather. Being at the tent sites on the peninsula are worth every cent and even better when visited during the week and volume at the campground is lower. The walk in sites are amazing.
Great spot for an overnight.
Full hookups and a pool. Clean sites with a small store for any essentials.
This is a small, well-run campground with lots of amenities. All but the tent sites have E/W. There is a dump station, restrooms/showers, and 3 sets of basic (but efficient) washers and dryers. ($1.50 each). Each site has table/fire pits, and firewood is plentiful and only $3/bundle. WiFi is weak…
I wouldn’t recommend this site to an inexperienced camper looking for simplicity. The sites are rugged, and some you’ll need a short hike uphill to get to. Be cautious with small children here as there are a lot of sites with drops to the bay.
Our site was beautiful, had a gorgeous view, not too…
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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!
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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…
My first impressions of this park were not very good. When you drive in it looks a little run-down with old buildings, potholed roads, untrimmed vegetation, and very rustic. There are lots of seasonals driving around in golf carts drinking beer and lots of nightly gatherings. But throughout the…
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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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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!
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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Beautiful riverfront campsite (Site 21). The staff was very friendly and helpful. There is not access to the river from this site, there is a 10 foot drop, so toddler and dog parents beware.
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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…
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…
Great fresh air (breezy). If you come with a tent you will have a lot of personal space (compared to other campgrounds).