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Date of Stay:
July, 2017 -
This was the second year we had stayed here during the North Atlantic Blues Festival. We had reserved pull thru site #5 after walking around to pick a site last year before we left. In general the sites are a bit small and close for larger trailers and coaches. Site #5 offered a small plot of greenery on the front side of our camper giving us a bit of extra space. Length of the sites was adequate but not spacious for our 35 foot 5'er. The location is terrific. They are right on the ocean with cabins and tent sites that nearly overlook the water. Pull thru sites were on the front side and close to Route 1. There was a lot of traffic noise. My wife showered in the rest room. They were free and clean and this had been a busy weekend (near capacity). I noted that the roads in the campground were tight. We had challenges a couple times getting in and out due to parked cars. We were there for a festival weekend so this probably is not typical. We camped at Megunticook Campground in a Fifth Wheel.
Owls Head Transportation Museum or come for the Blues Festival. On the coast of Maine, don't leave without Lobster & Clams. If you are a beer geek considered the Rock Harbor Brewery in Rockland or Threshers Brewing in Searsmont.