Randy & Sharon

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This is a quiet park in a rural wooded/farmland setting. Our site was reasonably level but required a couple boards under the real wheels to level. Our site had 50 amp electrical, water, and sewer. The water pressure was a little low. Mid-week, the campground was not very busy. Most of the other occupied sites were seasonal rentals. Spoke with the gentleman across from us who was very friendly and spends every summer here to be near his family. He said most of the time the campground is very quiet. There are no planned activities (which is fine with us). There is a pool but we never saw anyone using it. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They frequently circulated through the campground to check on status but were not intrusive. Getting to the campground from I-95 in a big rig was a little challenging. The Little City Road is narrow and winding with many rocks and trees on the sides of the roads. At least the speed limit is 25 mph and there was not much traffic. We were in the area visiting family and if we return to the area I would be happy to stay again.

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The campground was nice with good amenities. Our first site (W42T) was more spacious than the site we ended up in, however, my Progressive Industries EMS kept kicking off the power due to low voltage. I reported to the office and they maintenance man concurred that is it was low and couldn't fix it. So he called the office and requested a new site for us. Our new site was in a more congested area and the site was smaller. We had adequate room for slides and awnings, but we did not have much room outside to provide privacy while we were out. The site was fairly level but I had to use a few boards under the rear wheels. My reason for rating the value lower was due to the very high guest fees. We had two guests for dinner (they were in the campground from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm) and the charge was $26 ($16 guest fee and $10 car fee). They did not use any of the amenities at the park. While most campgrounds have guest fees, I thought these were out of line. This was our first time to Cape Cod. While I have no serious issues with the campground, I will probably look to try a different campground next time to try to find a better value.

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Overall we were very happy with our stay and our site. The campground is wooded and heavy shade (which we like since we don't care about satellite TV). Our site was a little tight but was adequate. The sites are reasonable level but we needed to use a couple boards under our front tires. The site across from us was more spacious (it was a back-in and we had requested a pull-through). The roads through the campground were a little tight for big rigs, but were passable as long as you take it slow. We did not use many of the amenities since we were in the Boston area to visit family but the pool looked nice. While we were there the mosquitoes were pretty bad and limited our night time activities (walking and campfires).

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This is a fairly large campground. We stayed in the area with 50 amp service and full hook-ups. This area is an open area with lots of sun, although we chose a back-in site that had trees behind us and provided afternoon shade. The site was level and of adequate size. Other parts of the campground are wooded but many of the sites would be difficult for big rigs. Most of the big rigs I saw were in our area. The campground is about 10 minutes from Boothbay Harbor and all the activities, shops, and restaurants that it provides. The campground is a great choice for this part of the Maine Coast.

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This small campground's prime asset is its location. It is right on the water with a private beach. We had an electric & water site with a water view. We had a gorgeous view of the water out of the front of our RV. The site was level. The site was of adequate size but I wouldn't call it spacious. We were only steps away from the access to the beach. The owners were friendly and helpful as were the other guests at the park. We were there during the Perseid Meteor Shower and had great views of the sky. The only slightly negative item I would have is that they are very strict on your pets. There is only one small area behind the office where you are allowed to walk your dogs to do their business. As long as owners of pets clean up after their pets I do not see the need for this restriction. Maybe they have had issues in the past with owners that did not clean up their pets waste. Even with the concern above, we would definitely return to this campground whenever we travel to Maine in the future.

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Overall the park is excellent and we enjoyed our stay. Since we were staying for a week, we wanted full hookups. The oceanfront and oceanview sites do not have sewer. We were several rows back from the water but we could catch glimpses of the bay between the units in front of us. Our site was level and adequately spacious. At first we were concerned that we were near the onsite cafe and lobster shack, but that ended up not being a concern. The sunsets were fabulous and we enjoyed walking the dogs around the park. A bit of a warning for motorhome campers, there are some sites that are quite sloped. The row in front of us (sites 201-207) was on a hill. We would have had trouble leveling our motorhome, however, travel trailers and 5ers did not have issues. Acadia and Bar Harbor were convenient - either a 20 minute drive by car or you can catch the free Island Explorer bus service to avoid parking issues. If we return to Bar Harbor, we would stay here again.

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Small campground with spacious and level sites. Ours is a pull-through site with a private seating area that is surrounded by shrubs to provide privacy and includes a covered picnic table. The campground is located on a bay but we do not have a water view. There is a nice trail that goes along the shore. Our site has 50 amp electric and water, but no sewer. The owner is friendly and helpful. He will also purchase, cook, and deliver to your RV lobsters. You tell him how many and what size and then delivers to you. Affordable too - $9.00 per pound. The area is very quiet.

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The best part of this campground is the setting! It is a small campground on the shores of Johnson Bay. In the campground most of the units are facing west so that you get fantastic sunsets. The owners are very friendly and helpful with ideas on things to do in the area. The only negative is that the sites are fairly narrow so not much room between for chairs and tables. However, we had lots of room in front of the unit to sit and watch the bay. Some people that we met stayed there for either a month or the entire summer. We will definitely go back.

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A small campground with a mix of transient and seasonal campers. The grounds are very neatly kept. Our site was level and spacious, but a little sunnier that we would like. We have a fairly big rig (40 ft) and wanted 50 amp service so that limited our site selection. The campground is on the Wesserunsett Steam just as it enters the Kennebec River and is very scenic. There is a nice pool and access to the rivers. The owners are friendly and available if you needed anything.

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We had a gorgeous back-in site right on Moose River. The site was level and spacious. It is a small campground with some seasonal customers, but everyone was friendly. The owners were available if you needed help and had prepared a document that they gave you for suggested things to see and do in the area. We stayed 2 nights. Some have commented in past about extreme pet rules but we did not find the rules to be unreasonable. They ask that you pick up after your dogs and don't let them bark. Those seem like reasonable rules to us. We had no issues with our dog.

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The park was nice and grew on us as we stayed. It is very convenient for visiting Burlington, VT, or for enjoying the Lake Champlain Islands. There were numerous amenities and some activities but we did not partake of any. There were some new sites that have water views that I would have preferred but they were not indicated on the website camp site map. If we return we would request one of those sites (AB013 - AB019). This park is mostly seasonal and owner owned sites, but we felt welcome and enjoyed ourselves. If you like antique tools, there is a museum onsite of 2800 tools and domestic items that were collected by the owners father and are nicely displayed in a restored barn. Well worth looking at.

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This was our first time at this RV park and it is one of the best we have ever stayed at. The park is large but sites are adequate size and you don't feel crammed in. Our site was gravel with trees/shade and was level. There are lots of amenities - 3 pools, tennis courts, a fantastic dog park, free nightly live entertainment, free nightly movies and much more. The dog park has two areas - one for large dogs and one for small dogs. They also have a fantastic dog bathing station. We attended two of the live shows and they were very entertaining. It is about 4 miles to the Lake George Village. We drove ourselves but there is a shuttle that you can use if you don't have a car or don't want to fool with parking.

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Lovely state park! We stayed in site 071 which was spacious, long enough for our rig and toad, and fairly level. Our site had gravel pad and gravel area with picnic table and fire ring. There are a wide variety of sites and many would not be appropriate for our rig because of too small or not level. As long as you review site parameters, it is a great park. We were only passing through so did not use many of the facilities. Lovely lake, fishing and boating (canoes, small boats with electric motors), hiking, etc. If you reserved online, just go straight to your site. The park office only has limited staffing. Dump site was very convenient as we exited and clean. Water available in numerous spots throughout campground but no hookups at each site. Will definitely return at some point!

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Lovely state park! The campsites are well spaced and the one we had was long enough for our rig and toad. It was also pretty level. We stayed in site 37 and had a wooded area behind us. We only stayed one night as we were passing through, but we will go back at some point for a longer stay. The park has lots of outdoor activities. We stayed mid-week and the campground was only about one fourth full. We were told that it was full the previous weekend which was a holiday weekend.

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We were in the Louisville area to visit our families and this park is the most convenient to where they live. On the positive side, the sites are level, hookups worked well, and the price is very reasonable. On the negative, the sites are very narrow. With rigs on both sides of us we could not put out our awning and sit outside. The biggest issue is one of the owners, Grandpa! He is very obnoxious and rude. Since this is our first RV, our families wanted to visit to see our rig. We were very quiet and inside. One afternoon, we had 5 visitors inside the rig which we paid for and had checked in. We were not trying to sneak them in. Grandpa was not happy when signing them in but we promised to be quiet and not disturb anyone. After an hour, he came an knocked on the door and chased our guests out (My 92 year old mother in law!). I was embarrassed. He said, "We don't allow no parties!" Grandpa does not care about customer service and is very rude. On the other hand, when his son was there he was helpful and courteous and always asked if we needed anything. We did not have a pet, but the signs warning about all the pet rules are over the top with frequent warnings about eviction.