Date of Stay: August, 2014
This campground has some of the best on-the-lake sites in Maine and a nice beach. But that's where the good features end. Biggest negative were the showers and bathrooms. Stayed one week and bathrooms/showers were too few and very poorly maintained. Clogged toilets, no TP. On a very busy weekend, nothing was cleaned. Access roads would be difficult for larger rigs. Overall poorly maintained and not attractive. Most sites are seasonal with personable campers. I would go again for the lake and sites, provided I had my own shower and toilet, but the lake sites do not have sewer connections. The owner is pleasant and hard working, but appears overwhelmed based upon the conditions of roads, sites and lack of organization and landscaping. The desk person needs training on serving customers and making them feel welcome. Generally would not recommend, compared to many nice CG in Maine. However, in a pinch and without plans to use toilet/shower it can be acceptable.
Date of Stay: August, 2012
Hard to rate this CG. The visual impression upon arrival is not good. Appearance is of unkempt, not tidy, unfinished facility. It is all these. If we did not have reservations, we probably would have kept driving our 30 foot rig. However, after check in, a yogurt at the ark, and shower in AM. Must admit the other reviews are accurate; the hosts and facilities grow on you. Only disappointment was there is no cable TV. RVpark review lists that it has cable TV, but their website does not. Would definitely stay again. The Wi-Fi is very iffy, as reported. We stayed two nights.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Nice quiet park located a little out of town. Very accommodating staff. Pull through site easy to move into and set up; not quite level side to side or front to back. Showers a little dated, but clean and well designed. Plan to stay again.
Date of Stay: July, 2012
Stayed for 3 nights in this park with terrific scenic views. The good news is most sights have outstanding views, reasonably quiet area, with roomy, level sites, that are easy to back into. With a little effort, it could perhaps be the place to stay in Homer, but now it lacks management attention. At check in, there are not any signs to indicate an office. Once you reach and park at the only likely building, the small sign on door directs to the adjacent filling station, a couple hundred yards away. In pouring rain, either drive back or hike. At check-in, no literature or warnings that showers require a $3 token, which is another trip back to the filling station. Literature says restrooms, but there is only one toilet, with an adjacent sink. If park were busy, would anticipate big hold-up at only toilet/sink. Really annoying was toilet paper holder was empty. The holder held three rolls, all were empty, so don’t think it is cleaned regulary or the check list is incomplete. Laundry was $4/machine. Wi-Fi tended to drop connections. With tax, cost was $48/day; included water, 30 amp, and sewer. TV available on antenna. Perhaps an option to the others in town, if you know what to expect.