This campground is old and there isn't much there, but it depends on why you're camping whether that matters to you. We wanted to be by the beach and we were.
The playground is new and centrally located. They also have a horseshoe pit.
There are lots of RVs but not close to tent sites. There were lots of showers but only 1 was unlocked (free and with hot water). The bathroom was very clean and well stocked.
There are 5-7 tent sites. Ours was #59, well shaded and spacious.
The water spigot and the gray-water dump are not right by the tent sites. Seems silly since the tents are the ones using them.
Our site was not clean when we arrived. There was garbage in the woods and cigarette butts on the ground. We cleaned up everything ourselves (except in the woods due to poison ivy), but I think they can do better.
There are NO fire pits, you must bring your own. Fires are allowed but you must have a fire container or bucket for your fire off of the ground.
The sites all have a table and raised BBQ "pit" for cooking only.
They are extremely nice there.
I still give this campground 4 stars because it was quiet, the campground itself was clean, the bathrooms were clean and it was centrally located to what I wanted to do plus the sites are very big.
This is an extremely large campground. It seems that most of them on the coast of Maine are. We didn't get a very good sight, but the person who answered the phone basically told us that when we called and it was all they had, so I can't say too much about that either (#17). The sight was small and between the two driveways. All of the sights seem to have rocky ground, so I recommend a sleep pad and a footprint for your tent so you don't rip the bottom.
Now, on to the other stuff. There is a small playground that is weathered but in decent shape. The pool is lovely and meticulously kept. The grounds, bathrooms and showers are spotless. It's 50 cents for 5 minutes to take a shower (unheard of) with hot water. There is even hot water to wash your dishes next to the bathrooms.
They sell ice, wood ($7) and many "I forgots" in the store (bacon, milk, etc…). They give you a security card to get into the grounds ($10 deposit). The campground was SUPER quiet and quiet hours go to 8am (thank you)! Only an RV about to leave made a ton of noise at 7.
I would go there again. It was a safe place close to so many things. The beach and everything else is VERY close but not so close as to be annoying…. 5 minutes at most.
Truly, it's a lovely place but I'm not sure that you couldn't find better. I like Lake Waramaug for a large group during the week… otherwise, I'd pass.