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53 RV Parks near Moody, Maine
We did however find 53 campgrounds within 25 miles of Moody. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Moody in the left hand column.
Jul 2010 - $40.00
Nice lake with some great spots around the lake. Very quiet, nice owners. Some of the seasonal units are pretty run down but the people make up for it. Campground also has a group of very old and really cool cottages on the lake. They look fun. We had a good time. - J Gravely
May 2007 - $42.00
This campground is great! It is a old New England farm on a lake. The fishing is great. The site we stay on (4 years in a row) is right on the water. The door of our camper is thirty feet from the lake shore. The owners will bend over backwards to make your stay a good one. - bendjosph
Jul 2016 - $35.00
The owners go overboard to see that you are satisfied and will do their best to make you comfortable. When we first arrived after a long dusty road we were assigned a campsite along the river. We hadn't paid yet, the owners would be by later to collect. The campsite was dirt and very crowded. We were very close to our neighbors in a run down trailer. Looked like the neighborhood had been there for years. We were ready to pull out and go somewhere else. The owner showed up and moved us to another campsite with more space and grass. We stayed for our two week commitment.
The campground is occupied by a majority of seasonal people who are friendly and very helpful. We enjoyed meeting them. The pool is very nice and clean. The river is dirty and the launch site is muddy, not a good place for your kayak. The electric service would go off for short periods of time and the voltage would drop. WIFI is available only at the store, no AT&T, no cable TV and too many trees for satellite service. Lowes, Walmart and groceries are near by. - Nautilus
May 2016 - $37.00
This really isn't a very nice campground. I would have to consider it more of a trailer park for RVs. Most of the park is occupied by seasonal or full timers. The infrastructure is lacking in that the power lines are strung randomly around the trees, some of the water lines are just 1/2" abs lines strung around on the ground, and the sewer lines are pvc with some of it above ground. It's either very dusty or very muddy. There are mosquitoes aplenty with all of the standing water around the campground. The river is really not very inviting either as it moves very slowly and retains a yellowish color from the vegetation.
I do have to say that the two women that own the park are very pleasant to deal with but I'm afraid that's about the only positive attribute I can give the park. We spent a week here and would have gone someplace else but it looked like some of the other campgrounds in the area could have been similar so we stayed put. - hoppers4
Jul 2015 - $41.00
We stayed here for a month. We were in between homes and decided to use our fifth wheel to stay comfortable. The owners of the park are two sisters. They are very, very nice and helpful. The family helps out with the campground and they keep it safe and clean. Our site was HUGE, very close to park and river. My two boys enjoyed their stay. Pet friendly and families have plenty to keep busy. They are really do a good job with activities. The seasonal campers were great!! I felt very welcomed and we will go back! - LisaC
Oct 2018 - $44.00
Large tree-filled park with many seasonal residents. Facilities are old and could use an upgrade, but are adequate. At this time of year most of the amenities are not available and many of the seasonals have already closed up for the winter, so the park was not crowded. Close to Portland and plenty to see. - rfmscat
Aug 2018 - $65.00
Third trip to this campground, this time a week before Labor Day. An older campground with weird campsite layouts. Campsites are jammed close together. Most (60 to 70 percent) of the campsites are seasonal. Campground is near the airport, if your windows are closed the planes flying overhead are not too bad. Full hook-up, with 20/30/50 amp service. Utilities are at the back of the campsite, which required additional water and sewer hose. Cable TV with 68 channels, that required additional cable to reach the box. WiFi is weak and not secure. Verizon cell service is 2 bar/4G. There's a pond on site with a beach and swimming area. Basketball and volleyball court. A general store is on site. Dog rabies documentation required. - Bburgbrewer
Jul 2018 - $63.00
The campground also has a public entrance for a fee to a beach at the lake. Though this was a pond in our eyes, nice enough but not a lake. We had a site right on the pond, kids could easily drag the kyacks down a sandy hill and take a leisurely paddle. There were some activities at the campground but we were out mostly, and they stopped early. Very quiet at night, people friendly, luckily there is every type of shopping nearby as their store was sad. Our site was easy to get in and level, but the sewer pipe was 2 ft in the air, it was odd. Hubby rigged some plastic gutters to sit the sewers pipe into so we could properly dump. Would definitely return but ask for different site. Close to OOB and Portland. - K S