We have stayed here several times for one night on our way east or west. The staff are very friendly and helpful. The park is older and rustic but is very relaxing. The pool was closed for the season, but looks to be a nice one. We did not use washrooms or showers but did check them out and gave an 8. The approach road ( not owned by the park) is in need of serious grading, but if you drive slowly it is OK. We will stay here again, and will recommend to others. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The campground is a nice location in the woods. Sites are well spaced and utilities all worked well. The owners and hosts are very friendly and helpful. About a 10 minute drive to Freeport. Wi-Fi worked pretty well. The bathrooms were in pretty rough shape but it might be due to being late in the season or that a windstorm blew through while we where there dropping gunk in the bathrooms. Verizon signal pretty weak so you will need to rely on their Wi-Fi for Internet. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a wonderful little campground. The tent sites are spacious and private, the owners and staff are friendly and helpful. My two grandchildren, ages two and three, had a great time playing in the sandbox, and though it was too cold this time of year to use the pool, it looked clean. Restrooms and showers were clean. You would never believe that this place would be so close to Portland and the hustle and bustle of Freeport. In the night we heard coyotes yipping and owls hooting. Very pet friendly with a nice walking trail. In the summer the campground offers a lot of activities, like Christmas in July and lobster feeds. We enjoyed a nice fall weekend of camping at Blueberry Pond and plan to return again. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Nice quite older park out of the fray of Freeport (only 4 miles to town). Good utilities, no issues. Staff was nice and helpful. Did not use the restrooms but did use the laundry facilities. As mentioned, park is older but the machines were in acceptable condition. Sites are roomy and shaded. Must travel down a good quality graded dirt/gravel road to access the campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
15 minutes from I-295--part of the journey is down a gravel road which is in reasonably good condition. Sweet little campground in the trees. Good Wi-Fi, good laundry 1.50 to wash with cold water and 1 dollar to dry. Camp hosts were friendly. I would come here again if I wanted to be in the trees but for an overnight I think I would seek out something closer to the interstate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great little campground setting in a Maine forest with a relaxed and comfortable feel but yet convenient to Freeport and Portland and the coast. Great pool and play area for the kids. Good Wi-Fi. The owners were very personable and helpful. We really enjoyed our four night stay. I would give it a 10 if it had cable, although we were able to pick up local stations on our antenna. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Passport America. Gravel road to get back to campground, but very nice people and secluded. One of my wife's favorite on this 4 week trip. Would suggest it to anyone. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
A short stretch of dirt road to get to the campground was a little rough but well worth the trip. The campground is very wooded, sites are spacious, some are a little unlevel but not out of the ordinary for a campground. We especially enjoyed the friendly attitude of the owner and the fresh apples and tomatoes from their garden. Ask about the path to Bradbury Mountain. This was a quiet, peaceful campground at this time of the year and, we would return again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Our site near the pool was roomy, clean and perfectly level, with a grassy area and firepit. Almost all sites have some shade and there is a trash barrel for each site. There is a small playground, a horseshoe pit and badminton net, and a pristine pool. The tent sites are secluded and well-spaced; two face a small frog pond and others are secluded in a wooded area. In addition to the shower/bathroom building, there are several small clean outhouses adjacent to the tenting areas for camper convenience. The campground is on a well-graded dirt road. A nature trail winds for about a mile and a quarter through pine woods, fields and grassy areas and along the main road back to the campground. Since there's almost no traffic on the road, this made for a pleasant afternoon walk. The owner and staff are extremely friendly and accommodating. Wi-Fi is free and we had a strong signal. Free coffee on weekend mornings is a nice touch. We were pleased to find such a quiet and well-kept campground so close to Freeport. We have already made plans to visit again in late summer. Roadtrek: We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a small, quiet, heavily shaded campground. There is one pull thru site, but it is a tight fit for a 40 footer. Instead, we took a back- in site near the front. The sites are level with gravel/grass. We only stopped overnight. 30 amps max, no 50 amp. However, the Wifi connection was excellent. The gravel road into the park was recently graded. It made for a nice quiet place to walk as well -- lots of little ponds with bullfrogs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here four nights and it was a pleasant experience. Most of the RV sites are not secluded but we were lucky to get one. The owners are very friendly and helpful. This is a rustic campground at the end of a mile of dirt road but worth the drive. A newspaper was delivered to us on Saturday and Sunday, free coffee was also available on week-ends. On Sunday we were treated to homemade and delicious blueberry muffins! On Saturday night a New England dinner (boiled ham, potatoes, carrots) was offered to all interested campers. Friendly campers, family atmosphere. We would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
$14.71 is the Passport America rate for 30 amp full hookups. This is a heavily wooded park, with a very nice walking trail. It rained while we were here, and our site partially flooded. The road to the park is over a mile of gravel with very soft shoulders in places. Very pleasant owner/manager. I would stay there again, but not in wet weather. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is very nice for what it is, a primitive non-hookup campground. They note that they cannot accommodate RVs over 35 feet and that is true. We are 27 feet long and had no problems. We stayed in site 22. If you look on their website you will see that they show sites that can handle larger RV's. It should also be noted that they do not have an RV dump, so come with empty tanks. The CG is wooded with nice spacing between sites. There is a road close by with some traffic but it calms down at night and is not a problem. There are some nice hiking trails in the park and park staff are very friendly. They also open much earlier in the season that other state or private parks. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed in site #19. It was a good back in site and was level side to side but not front to back. Quiet hours started at 10 PM and generator hours were from 10 AM to 7 PM. This campground is much better suited for tents and very small RVs. All sites are very shaded reducing the breeze and also increasing the presence of mosquitoes. Most importantly, they had notices about their drinking water being contaminated on each of there spigots. NOT a good sign. Stayed one night: would not stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.