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What a beautiful location! If you plan ahead and get a water front site it’s amazing... but all the sites are roomy and lovely to camp at! I went one summer on the way to Maine and loved everything! Kayaking, swimming area and hiking were all 5 stars! Tried to plan ahead this year and get a…
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We needed a campsite for one night, normally a 2 night minimum, but the lady obliged. W/30E/S. Our site unlike the pull throughs was grass but it was firm enough. When you first pull in nice/ camp store. I would gladly stay here again.
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This place is terrible!! First and last time I book a stay before physically looking at the place myself ! Fist thing you see as you drive in is a trailer junk yard full of broken down trailers. Then as you continue you see the giant dumpsters that no one can seem to get the trash into the dumpster…
We had such a fun time and our dog loves it! The only bad part is we were very far from the bathrooms and tons of mosquitoes. We definitely will be coming back in the near future!
Harold Parker is pretty basic as it comes. It’s a nice place for sure. Lots of hiking. All the sites are very wooded. And there’s some sites along a river for fishing and such. Plenty of bath houses spread out through out the grounds. The weather happened to be pretty nice. A little windy at…
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Nice, quiet campground on the Lamprey River, sites are gravel and sand. Sites are wide I parked my truck next to camper and still had enough space for a safe fire in the pit. Nice painted picnic table, water turns on with ball valve, sewer has 2 inlets, electric service was sturdy and…
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We really liked this park! It was clean, very well cared for, supper nice people and a decent price ($43/night) for camping in coastal New England. The park recently added new 50 amp full hook-up sites(some of which are pull-thrus) so there are plenty of options for big-rigs. Half of the park is…
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The electrical post and water hookup were placed way behind our site and we could not reach even with our 40’ electrical cord. Park staff told us we could back onto the grass in order to reach the electric and since the ground was hard packed sand we were able to do that. All sites have a picnic…
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Went during COVID and they had every other campsite closed for social distancing. Was a great retreat from the work from home grind. Take a hiking around the pond and soak up the sunset!
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We decided to take a first trip in our RV to Moody Beach to see how the Leprechaun handled and setup. We had a wonderful time and great experience with our first trip with our dogs. They were comfortable and curious. It was relaxing and fun. It was only the second open weekend and a few things…
Very nice folks, great sites with A LOT of space between them. Spectacular views and wild turkeys, deer, etc..
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We parked our T@G right next to the water. The sites are good size, no one camped right on top of us.
In the past the management of Tewksbury plan was not the best. New pack management is very accommodating and cares about the quality of peoples experience
Camping at this Campground is a place that is well managed, clean and very nice. IT is 9 miles from Wells Maine which is on the ocean. LOTS OF GREAT restaurants there and nearby, like Ogunquit Maine and York Maine, etc. THERE is plenty to do if you canoe or kayak, there is a pond right there,…