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5 RV Parks near Hodgdon, Maine
We did however find 5 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hodgdon. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hodgdon in the left hand column.
Sep 2018 - $31.00
Older park with lots of grass between sites. Utilities were fine and site was satellite useable. The fishing pond had microscopic trout, as far as we could tell. The Park is very close to a US/Canadian border crossing. Check out local activities: the Potato Festival had lobster (and potatoes) for $15 with a band playing afterwards with locals dancing along. Chicken the next night at the Fire Department Fundraiser was tough. Hiking and bike paths available. The hiking trails at Aroostook State Park were pretty tough for older folks. Check out the world's largest scale model of our planetary system, starting with the formerly furthest planet, Pluto, at the Houlton Visitors Center. Nearby Hartland, New Brunswick, had "the world's longest covered bridge" but it was closed to automobile traffic. Gourmet restaurant Wine 'Til Nine is only open Thursdays and Fridays but well worth a visit for a night out. - Mtmoi
Sep 2018 - $45.00
Best grass I ever saw in a park. One could almost go barefoot. Good wifi. Sat friendly sites. Sadly the restrooms were abysmal...the dreaded low round toilets...and stall walls and inside door that had something gross growing on them. Who ever cleans them must never go all the way in, close the door and look at the enclosure. Really bad. Would never go back. - Geodoc
Sep 2018 - $38.00
Our second time to this park, before going into Canada, and returning from Canada after 1 month. Park-like setting, playground, clean camp restrooms.Large pull thrus with plenty of room for big rigs (45') and tow vehicles, full hook ups, picnic tables and fire rings. We would return when in the area. Paved roads, grass sites, mostly level, no dust! Highway 1 noise can be heard if you are in a tent or a light camper. The highway is generally quiet during the night. Ask owners for restaurant recommendations. - 2SimsNanRV
Jul 2018 - $40.00
To be fair to the park, we ended up here because of a hurricane induced power failure to northern Nova Scotia and southern New Brunswick. So this was the firstst place we came to that had power on (hot as hell and needed AC). This place was crowded, most likely more so with others looking for a powered site, but I like a quiet, uncrowded camping experience. THIS IS NOT IT. Noisy little creatures everywhere (ya I know it's a Jellystone Kids Fun Park). So that said, if you can stand the noise -go for it.
OK, as I recall because we were in the overflow area, our site was very close (side to side) to our neighbors but long enough not to unhook. The electrical was a shared pole, that needed an extension to our regular 30 amp cord. There is a sewer dump on the way out.
The (non) overflow area [regular spots] appeared crowded, mostly back-ins. Unknown water/sewer options were available. Interior roads were one way and as this is an older CG, a little tight, no interfering trees but lots of poorly parked cars / tow(ed) vehicles.
Staff are everywhere, as there are so many options for KIDS - pools. slides, pool with slides. Play areas etc. Sooooo MUCH NOISE. Don't go here unless you like a noisy kid filled splash adventure. But I suppose 99.9% of campers who end up here, that's exactly what you signed up for. No concerns about power - even though this was a HUGE park , power worked well voltage never dropped out. - Medic73
Aug 2010 - $40.00
The camping area that we were assigned was literally a paved parking area with a bit of gravel over some of it. We have stayed in other Jellystone parks before and this does not compare. There were announcements over a loud speaker every half an hour or so and there were additional charges for the kids activities (pool, mini golf, etc.) We were looking for a campground close to the border but we will not stay here again. I compare it to camping in a crowded mall parking lot. - RiverStone
Aug 2009 - $37.00
The campground was well managed with friendly staff. It would be excellent for children with all the activities offered including water slides, pool and playgrounds. The washrooms were immaculate with large showers that were free. The Wi-Fi worked perfectly. There was lots of green space to walk the dog. There were many small cabins for rent as well. It was not a busy time when we were there. The one difficult part was to level the trailer on the upper level because of the slope. We received a CAA discount. - ValleyGirl
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Really screwy setup. If you make a mistake and enter the campground first then you either go up an impossibly steep gravel road to the office or turn around and drive up to the office. However, if you choose the latter then you'll have to go up the road a bit, make a turn into an industrial area and find a place to turn around. Best bet - call the office when you get to the campground and ask which site you're in (call ahead to request what type of site required). Park and then walk up the office and sign in.
Once you get past the above, our site was 70' with plenty of space to pull in with the doll and car attached. This was a good spot to stop enroute to Quebec. A fair number of permanent and/or seasonal residents. Our site was long, graveled with a little grass. Did not use the bathrooms or laundry facilities. The check-in process was pleasant and helpful. - GTN_and_Catz
Sep 2015 - $34.00
With a riverfront campsite, this was a nice spot to stop for a night enroute to Quebec. The park has a community feel with a large contingent of permanent or seasonal residents. It's a large, gravel space with narrow bands of grass separating the narrow sites. Our modestly level pull-thru site was barely long enough for our 37' MH with attached toad, and had convenient 30 amp, 50 amp, water, and sewer hookups. The free WiFi was reliable but not particularly speedy. We did not use the bathrooms or laundry. Althought the attached cabins area seemed a bit long-in-the-tooth, the campground itself was clean and neat, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Given the tight lot spacing, we thought that the value was just okay at this price. - DaveInOhio
Sep 2014 - $47.00
This is a wonderful place for a one-night stop going to or from Halifax or PEI. As others have noted the overnight sites are pull-throughs that face the river; much more pleasant scenery than at most RV parks. It's easy to get to the park from highway 2 other than the fact that the last ~half mile is a steep descent to the river. Just make sure your brakes work well or you're going to end up in the river! As has been mentioned, if you have a reservation, you park and setup first and then go to the office to register. The wifi worked pretty well as did our Rogers/Fido modem. We'll definitely stay here again. - docj
Jul 2012 - $35.00
Camped in a field. Sites fairly close together. Enough access for a large 5th wheel. Reasonably quiet. Washrooms and showers not very clean. Splash pad and playground for the kids to use next door. Only used this campground because we had to. It was a short stop over for our trip. I would not return to this park. Close to a Wal-Mart and drugstore. - Liz410
Aug 2017 - $36.00
Sites by the lake, which I requested, were packed like sardines. Water on one side and electricity 40' away on the other side of the site. So many trees it's tough to negotiate the untrimmed low lying branches. Ended up in the field with 2 young kids on dirt bikes flying all around the loop and jumping the bikes through the sites that were vacant, revving up their engines the whole time while the smell of exhaust permeated the camper. Called the office but nothing happened. It ended about 7:45pm. Paid for 2 nights...can't wait to leave at daybreak. Worst place I've been to. Keep going! - CapeJD
Jul 2016 - $30.00
My family and I stayed here for three nights total. We will never return back to this campground. The late night after hours drinking and partying was way too much and not really a place for a family that wants to enjoy a nice time away from home. We do not mind ATVs, however at 1 AM and 3 AM it's a little too much with the drinking and hollering. It does have a little playground and or shoe pads as well as a arcade room and it is very clean. Very poor management. - T_Ewer
Aug 2013 - $27.00
We camped here 2 nights in our travel trailer. The lake was beautiful and it had a nice swimming area. The water didn't get deep very fast and the view was amazing. We found the campground was hard to get in and out of with a big trailer (34ft). Be careful driving down to the office and ensure you have a route to get back out. We were on the hill and make sure you bring a lot of blocking to get level. The playground was a bit dated and the sites were close together and hard to get in and out of. The staff was nice and the kids had a good time. Lots of dogs and kids around - nice crowd. - JimGo1