1 Park near Camden, Maine
May 2016 - $50.00
Facilitywise not much is expected of a state park other than perhaps more spacing between sites. Camden Hills SP is typical. Yes, the interior roads could use a grading, but the condition is not worth deducting a point over.
What is worth the deduction is the outrageous price for a SP with basic W&E facilities. What are the operators thinking?
Lot spacing is spacious with covered/forested exposure. Site surface is dirt, featuring a fire ring and picnic table. - Veebyes
Oct 2015 - $27.00
A beautiful state park just outside the city. We parked in the open area across from the office. This area is open without trees. These sites are all back-in, but long enough for our tow to be parked in front. They are gravel, spacious, and level with full hookups, 30/50 amp. The park's Wi-Fi was good; our Verizon MiFi also worked very well. There are other sites located within the trees that will serve all sizes of RVs. There are only about 6 sites in the trees that will work for a big rig, so make reservations early if you want one of these sites. Hosts are very friendly and helpful. Campfire wood is available and there is a recycling center near the dumpsters. There is also a dump site if needed. Note: the roadway to the dump site and upper camping is very rough. The auto-route road to Mt. Battie is the same road you use to enter the park. Stay to the right as you enter to register to camp. Park will close for the season on Oct. 19. - DiplomatTraveler
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Enjoyed this park. The picnic area across Highway 1 is really nice too, and water front. The camping area is at the base of Mount Battie, with access to the top by road or hiking trail. The view is awesome! We stayed 3 nights. Our site (45) had water and electric only, though many sites have none. Our site was separated from others by trees and shrubs. It was rated as medium size, for up to 25' trailer, but would easily have accommodated a 30' with plenty of room for a tow vehicle to park. - R V Camper