This campground was absolutely great. Like most campgrounds on the shores of Maine in the summer, it can get a little pricier. The campground offers oceanfront camping, hike-in camping, and your typical large gathering type camping. It has a camp office/store, farm store, and a cafe that is a hot spot. The bathrooms and trash/recycling are all in one central location, with outhouses scattered throughout the grounds. Freeport is very close for any shopping or grocery needs.
All different kinds of campsites and the people at the camp office will be more than willing to help you out. They have sites that are all grass, sites with grass and woods and sites that are all woods. Whether you have an RV, tent, or looking to hammock camp, they can help you out. There is even a trail down the back of the campground that goes down to a place for boats to dock on the lake.
This KOA was everything you expect with a KOA. Filled with happy travelers and workers who want to help you out in any way they can. The town Richmond is very under rated, offering up all kinds of shops, craft beer, and coffee shops. There is also a large amish store nearby that has all kinds of items. The actual campground has great facilities and lots of activities to do for kids all while keeping a safe distance to their sites.
This campground has everything you need. The tent pads are new with nice and level gravel. The facilities are great and the camp host was helpful, even during the cold winter months we were there. If the weather decides to turn on you, you can head into their lodge or rent a cabin. You cannot beat all this being next to one of the largest cascading waterfalls on the east coast and the beginning/end of the AT.
The most scenic campground I have stayed in to date. The whole things is along a beautiful crystal clear river that runs along large rocks. There is great trout fishing in the area and great hiking trails within the park. The individuals working the campground are very nice and accommodating. There are laundry facilities and bathrooms that are well maintained.
From the campsite, it is a short drive, walk, or bike ride to just about everything. It sits just 10 minutes from the well known Polaris parkway, home to every store you can think of including IKEA, Cabelas, and many other stores. The state park has miles of mountain bike trails, great paths for running, a dam with a beautiful view, beach/marina, and a laid back relaxing campground.