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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
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Pets Allowed
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Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
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Location
Wild Acres RV Resort is located in Maine
Latitude
43.51 N
Longitude
-70.401 W
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4 Reviews of Wild Acres RV Resort
Tons to do and free beach parking and a walk to OOB!

Great huge campground only a walk to the beach from one entrance. Train goes by close to sites near beach access! Most sites are gravel.. clean clean clean

Awesome location, lots of activities

We stayed 3 nights at the beginning of summer and had a fantastic vacation. No one wanted to leave, we had so much fun! The campground is very expensive but they do have a lot of activities (although you do pay $1-10 for most of them) and nice pools.

The grounds were nicely maintained, pools were beautiful wih clear water and separate hot tubs for the adults, and bathrooms were cleaned often. Lots of activities all day long with a mini golf course and aerial adventure park. The adventure park was $25 but well worth it. The kids had a blast! And of course the beach was walking distance which was the biggest draw for us. If you have little ones, time your beach trips with low tide. The waves crash pretty hard at high tide.

We have a 25 ft trailer and stayed in the A70s with friends. The area had a lot more space than other areas, the sites were level and groomed with a rocky parking area. We really liked this area best and would definitely camp here again. We were walking distance to the beach and had a pool closeby. The kids loved biking on the paved roads and all of the activities/playgrounds. Our friends were in the V section and they would not stay in that area again. The campers were on top of each other with just enough space for their awnings which they had to retract to have a fire. For $110 a night you should have enough space to keep your awning out while you have a fire.

Our only problem was the staff didn’t really drive around checking on things. Some vehicles were driving way too fast. Vehicles and especially golf carts were contantly driving to and from the beach at all hours even after quiet hours. Quiet hours were not regulated and although we did appreciate being able to sit at the fire past 11, the drunk people walking and driving golf carts around was a bit much. A golf cart of drunk teens crashed onto our site and were driving loops around the campground well after midnight. One of the seasonals told us that drunk teens and 20-somethings were becoming a problem.

But overall we had an awesome time and would definitely stay here again- probably not every year because of the expensive price but definitely for 4 nights or more next time!

Fun, fun, fun,

This campground is one of Maine’s best family campgrounds. There is a something for everyone at this campground. Beach, adventure course with zip line, 5 pools, activities for kids and adults, horse shoes, bands every weekend. Friendly staff.

First to Review
Close to Old Orchard Beach

When we arrived at the camp we were optimistic, the camp looked very nice. But when we were escorted to our site we were very disappointed and disgusted Our site was right next to two disgusting porta potties. The bathroom was about a mile or so away from our site. We ended up leaving a day early due to being woken up all night long from neighboring sites cutting through our site on the way to the potty and the banging of the pots potty doors. Very disappointed, we will not be returning here!!