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4 RV Parks near Machias, Maine
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Machias. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Machias in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $27.00
Typical state park --- pretty setting, no utilities at site. They have a water/dump station near the entrance, but use the driveway closest to the entrance to get the dump on the driver side. Sites are VERY secluded, mostly level, mostly grass. A few looked less level. In July, the mosquitoes were pretty fierce. Our site was WAY back in the park and if we had needed their showers we would have needed to commute via car or bike. Too many low branches on the way out for a big rig. We went slow and dodged most and scraped a few. The rangers were friendly and said they'd trim 'em back. We got lucky and got satellite at 16; Site 15 looked to have much more open sky. - darwinmoore
Jul 2017 - $27.00
We stayed over the July 4th holiday 2017. Our site was large and private but because the ground is perpetually damp the mosquitoes were the worst I've ever seen. The showers are decent but the facility is open to the bugs so you will get bit by mosquitoes and horse flies. A tip for anyone booking site 10, the rangers may direct you to approach from the south (site on your left). Instead, approach from the north, take the loop by sites 2-8 to accomplish this. We will visit again but will shoot for late summer / fall when the bugs (hopefully) aren't as bad. - Maineiac
Jul 2017 - $27.00
Beautifully maintained State Park close to many Downeast Maine sites. Terrific place for children, supervised, to bike and play at the huge playfield, nice new looking playground equipment. Lovely covered picnic tables and cooking devices, plus horseshoe pit. - pakngo
Sep 2018 - $36.00
Nice quiet park with a view of the ocean. This park is north of the Bar Harbor area so it's quiet. Nice grassy site with a gravel driving surface. The picnic tables have pavilion roofs over them. We enjoyed the hiking path and benches by the water. There is no cable or OTA, they have a nice selection of DVDs to borrow. The laundry is clean, one washer, one dryer. The owner is on site and keeps firewood and ice available. I think he can arrange for lobster, but we did not do that. - K5R
Sep 2018 - $34.00
This is a small but well maintained campground that overlooks a tidal river tributary of the ocean. The river basin that abuts two sides of the park empties twice a day provides a continually changing water view-which can be enjoyed from the benches placed along the waters frontage by the owner. - cdrfred
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Great spot! Roads are gravel and in good condition. Sites are grass and are very roomy with lots of trees for privacy. All sites were easy to get in and out of - both back in and pull throughs. We saw several 45' Motorhomes come and go with no problems. The owner has mowed many areas and trails through out the property so it was nice for walking the dogs. Also there is a nice walking trail along the water. There is a medium size grocery store not too far but most things are not close by. This was our favourite RV Park so far this summer and we plan on returning. We have a 38' motorhome. - Bosn
Oct 2018 - $40.00
Very relaxing scenery, sites with cable are waterfront. Sites are very close together, but the park wasn't busy so we were spaced out. Cash or personal check only, no credit cards. - Ransom RVers
Sep 2018 - $34.00
We looked at our stay as checking off a bucket list item, to park our RV looking out over a bay/ocean. We stayed 7 nights. When you reserve they require no down payment and ask for cash or check when you arrive. 34.28 a night, stay 7 get a discount. Showers are very clean, plenty of hot water. Restrooms are very clean and there is an outdoor sink for doing dishes with hot water. Dump station is available. My Campsite at #21 was facing the Johnson bay, we pulled in instead of backing in. It doesn't matter how you place your RV, trailer, or 5th wheel, its a tight fit. The advantage is you can see the bay out the front window, you will need to shut your curtains on each side for privacy. All your outdoor business is in front of your rig, table and fire ring, so as long as you can squeeze out your door to go down front it can work. You will need to level. The next row after the waterfront row is close as well with their tables and fire-ring across the road by the bay. They also can look at the bay from their front window. Wifi and cell are good and att had 1-2 bars Dogs were barking in campers that have been left for the day. There were 2 big dogs from the surrounding neighborhood running in the campgrounds each day, and they were all over you if you were outside. I noticed people with string lights and outdoor lights on all night. As you are parked very close to each other, porch lights should not be used. Even with dark window treatments, it felt a bit like downtown New York's bright lights. We did hear our neighbor snoring. There is an ornamental light house with lights blinking 24/7. Owner was burning trash, old furniture, and old engine oil twice while we were at the campground. It made sitting outside impossible with the smell the first night. Laundry room had nice facilities. It is windy enough that using an awning is a disaster, we observed several campers with slides that had awnings attached, retract them due to the wind. One had one rip and he taped it until he could get it replaced. DO NOT arrive before noon as there is little room to wait for your spot to open up. We did have to wait until almost 1 before the people in our spot left. The manager was very good about information on local restaurants, hiking and sights to see. Firewood 3.00 large bundle. This is a very small campground. I would not return due to dogs running loose, loose,unattended dogs barking, tight sites and burning trash and oil. - hiker13
Sep 2018 - $32.00
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 7 nights in a site for big rigs (site 12). This park has power and water but no sewer. There is a dump station located by the office, or for $10 per visit, they will provide a mobile service. All sites are grass/dirt and at a slight incline towards the water. This means you will have to block-up one side of your coach (north side). The closer the site is to the water, the greater the incline. No trees here so satellite worked great...which was good because the wifi was spotty. Sites located in the middle of the park are cramped together. But, each of these sites has a fire ring and picnic table located directly across by the water. People really love this park and spend their summers here every year. And, when you experience the beautiful sunsets, you'll understand why. We really lucked out as site # 12 is the best site in the entire park (although it has a bad incline). It has the best view plus is the most spacious. We stayed here over the 4th of July and watched three different fireworks displays from across the bay. It was fantastic! If you are looking for a quiet and clean park where you can sit outside and relax...go here. We enjoyed our stay, and would go back. - JDC10