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4 RV Parks near Medway, Maine
Oct 2017 - $32.00
Nothing fancy here. Mgt. friendly & helpful. Park clean but has lots of perm's and temps. Site needed work to get level. No cable, sat wouldn't work in the tree filled park. Overall , ok. We'd stay again if in the area. - TPDBOB8687
Aug 2017 - $37.00
Very nice staff and friendly guests. This is an older park with a lot of permanent seasonal guests. Lot's of activities. No cable. Wifi ok when it was up. Very good water pressure. Roads are a bit narrow but manageable. - endlessreach
Jun 2017 - $36.00
Stayed two nights in Site 41: 50 amp, FHU pull through to visit Baxter State Park. Interior roads are gravel, sites are gravel and grass between sites with picnic table and fire ring. Pull through site was just long enough for my 45 ft MH and jeep. Some trees but was open enough to get satellite. WiFi was spotty. Campground rules said would pick up trash but did not. Nice pool and activity hall. They sell hand dipped ice cream cones in office. - Tom Willing
Jul 2018 - $32.00
We stayed 3 nights in site #19 on the Penobscot River this is an older campground being restored by new owners. The sites vary from level an private to more challenging and open. We like the river sites even though they can be difficult to get level,The owners are extremely helpful and will go out of their way to see that you have a good time. We would stay here again. - Ronahue
Sep 2016 - $60.00
We have stayed here through two owners and now this year, beginning the third. The first was a really quite bad, but the second made major improvements that brought us back and now the third plans even more major and exciting upgrades and all year round use for some sections. Check it out. I doubt you will be disappointed. Our family will surely be back. - Clemens Family
Sep 2016 - $28.00
We stayed at Pine Grove 4 nights in early September. It is located right on the banks of the Penobscot River and is a nice low-key campground. The sites we were on were a little small but they were right on the river. There were some larger sites located in the campground just away from the river.
We were in a site that had water and electric. Both worked well.
The campground has brand new owners. They took possession just a week or two before we arrived and they had the area clean and ready to use.
Overall we would stay there again when in the area. There were no frills, just a nice quiet, clean campground and that is what we like. - LDW5707
Jul 2018 - $38.00
This is a great campground, with a little bit for everyone! Sites are large and separate, the wife and I really enjoyed not looking right at our neighbors all the time! Our two dogs, who can get a little overwhelmed with a lot of commotion were fine, they enjoyed being outside, and walking around the campground. The owners care about the place, they do a great job with upkeep/cleaning. The bathrooms were cleaned several times a day, and were spotless! Showers were HOT, and the electricity at the site was perfect (it was nearly too hot to be outside for 2 days of our stay, A/c in the camper was a lifesaver! There's a nice pool and a really nice playground for the kiddos too. The owners put on a pig roast for Toys for Tots Saturday afternoon, which we thought was pretty cool, even though we didn't participate. They even did their own fireworks! No complaints, we had an excellent stay, and will return (soon I hope). By far, our most relaxing camping trip so far this year. - dewnut
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Bottom line up front - when you have a 40 foot MH and want to hike in Baxter State Park you don't have a lot of options. Service and accommodation at this campground reflect that. After traveling several hundred miles and arriving with a reservation, it was jarring to be told "we don't really have a space that you fit into, but here's what we do...". They have two sites where they close off an interior road so that bigger rigs park right in the road. Well, in the road, but close enough to water and electric so you can plug in which takes some maneuvering. So the picnic table and fire ring were on the side of our rig opposite the door and awning - not ideal. They asked us to take the space further in in case another large MH checks in after us (they never did). Sounds like no problem, right? And it's not if you're expert at making K turns, and driving backwards 200 feet AROUND A CORNER. Luckily my hubby IS an excellent driver and it worked out OK. We just wish they would have told us this when we made the reservation so we knew what we were getting into. Oh, and we called en route to see if it was available for us to check in around 12:30p instead of 2p and they said sure, for an extra fee. To park in the freakin' road! Be sure to ask specifics about what site you'll be in if you stay there. We found other weekend campers to be generally louder than most places we stay, and it seemed too much of a bother for most of the staff to raise a hand and wave at any point in passing. - Roaming Together
Sep 2017 - $35.00
First, let me say, that when we arrived our original site had been changed without any notification. Second, we were nicely placed NEXT to a broken dump station and a four way road that tended to be busy quite a lot. Our site reminded me of an overflow camp site. So much for any privacy or being set back off the road. We were very lucky to listen to class A motor homes and UTV traffic most of the evening while they tried to be placed into sites that they were too big for. It was like stuffing 10 lbs of stuff into a 5 lb bag. Very comical. Third, on Sunday, while my husband was hiking at BSP and I stayed back at the site, I was fortunate enough to listen to a dual wheeled diesel pick up truck back up and pull forward ALL day long (because he didn't know how to drive the thing!) while he tried to remove stuff from the broken dump station into a loud sounding contraption on a trailer. This went on all day on Sunday of a long holiday weekend! Being way up north in Maine you can't find any music stations (which is fine unless you are listening to a dually truck and some kind of poop sucking contraption!) Needless to say, I was in tears when my husband arrived back from his hike. I didn't find this campground friendly at all, after signing in no one said hi to us all weekend or stopped by to make sure we were comfortable. They also told us we could dump at the Chamber of Commerce down the road and that they accepted donations but wasn't necessary. In my opinion THEY should be making a contribution to the Chamber, not us. And the WiFi was not good either. When I called for the code, I was informed it was posted in the bathroom. NOT ALL of us used their facilities so I wouldn't have known. From reading previous reviews this dump station issue is a continuous problem here. Only good quality that we could find was that the bathrooms were very clean according to my husband. - Hikers Widow
Aug 2007 - $20.00
This is a rustic campground in a beautiful setting. It's more than a little outdated in terms of site size, restrooms, etc. The park looks like, at one time, it had a lot of care. But that is no longer true. Too bad. The river is beautiful. The road in is awful and dangerous. Maine should do better than this. - MaineDon
Jun 2007 - $26.00
This park is great for anyone with a tent or small camper that wants the wilderness experience. We found the access, 9 miles of narrow & rough dirt road, unacceptable for any motorhome. It took us 45 minutes just to safely navigate the road and now are a muddy mess. I did not see any place along the road that we could turn around or even enough room to pull to the side if we met another camper. The staff were extremely friendly and I do hope for the future of this city park. - ChuckA