Lou Harper

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After full time RVing for a year, and staying in some of the finest "Big Rig Only" fancy RV parks in America, I can truly say that this is one of the finest you will find. Maine has far less quality RV parks, generally, than in the southern and western states. Due to severe winters, concrete pads for big rigs are impossible. But this campground's gravel sites, well maintained grassy surrounding lawns and patios, and immaculate restrooms, laundry and pool are a joy to visit. After a week here, we decided to stay a month, and only a week into the month have decided to stay the season. It is conveniently located to much of the state's amazing resources. Less than 5 miles from two I-95 exits, with fine roads to those and small towns in the area, it is also run by some of the friendliest folks you can imagine.

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I don't know why "family friendly" is checked off "no." My family found this one of the friendliest parks we have stayed in and we have been camping since June 30 in 36 states and 2 provinces, so far. There is excellent fishing (free) for the kids at a choice of docks and wharfs. The entire staff was friendly and helpful. The site, bathroom/showers, office and grounds were squeaky clean! We have only stayed at two other RV resorts in the country that compare: a big rig park in Newport, Oregon and Fort Wilderness at Disney World. We will certainly be back to Tiki Tom's just to remember the good time we had there and at Galveston Beach.