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1 RV Park near Howland, Maine
We did however find 1 campgrounds within 25 miles of Howland. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Howland in the left hand column.
Sep 2015 - $42.00
We stayed one night while in transit. I would stay here again, even though it is a little over priced. Approach roads to and within this park is the worst I have ever encountered, they are terrible!!!! Many sites have permanent trailers, though most were well kept. The laundry consists of 2 washers and 2 driers, so expect to wait your turn. This park is right on the lake. - R V Camper
Jul 2013 - $34.00
Camp ground has lots of seasonal sites with older units parked on them. Years of additions, decks, and out side attachments which makes the area "cluttered" looking. Assigned a site to us that was very difficult to put a 39' RV in due to the many trees in the area. There were other sites available that would have been easier to set up in. The lady on the phone was very friendly and accommodating, but the lady who checked us in gave us "no" greeting, was not busy, but gave us the impression that we were putting her out by having to check us in. Lots of dusty dirt pot hole filled roads around and many tent sites with high grass conditions. This is an older camp ground that appears to be getting run down. We would NOT return to the C/G. - Lakeside013104
Jun 2011 - $33.00
We decided to go for two days just to see. Not bad, not great but I would call it a real campground. Quite a few seasonal sites but most of them are neat with flowers and a personal touch with decorations. Didn't see one site that I would call open, in fact setting up a satellite would be very difficult if not impossible, if sat. important better ask in advance. Verizon MiFi and cell phones working well. TV - strong signals but few channels. Electric at 117 volts and water pressure good. Sites are reasonably wide but not well defined leading to various ideas on how to park. This is a work in progress campground. Looking around there are many signs of major efforts to rebuild and update facilities. Small sandy swimming beach, good boat ramp for trailer launching. Main building just remodeled and looks very nice. Restroom I looked at was not modern but very clean. Few children around so far and the ones we saw were very well behaved and quiet. Once off interstate paved roads are less than smooth and dirt access road is typical. Interior roads are graded but could use some more attention. Due to dense trees there is very little grass so outdoor rugs/mats are very useful here. Apparently this campground has a strong following as office reported only a couple tent sites still avail. for the 4th weekend. If you canoe or kayak this is a good place. Moose Island is actually owned by the campground and is a nice paddle. And the true test for any campground, would we return someday? Yes! - ctpres