25 Parks near Naples, Maine
Naples, Maine (map) | (207) 693-5267
Sites: 116 | Latest Rate: $40.00 | 14 Reviews
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Naples KOA is a small park with very personal service. Our site was spotless, the overall campground very well maintained and community areas constantly spruced up. The pool was heated and used extensively. Many of the campsites are seasonal but there were plenty open for travelers. Electric, water and Sewer available at each site. WiFi was awesome, cable TV was HD and Verizon service adequate. Highly recommended. - fruffiii
Jul 2016 - $56.00
Well managed, impeccably clean, quiet and very comfortable campground. Sites are level, graveled, well drained, spacious and shaded. At least three separate bathhouses; all were well maintained and seemed to have been cleaned several times a day on the crowded 4th of July weekend. Heated swimming pool, lots of family activities and thoughtful touches for your comfort (one example, the walking trail thru the center-of-the-campground-forest is graveled and has red-ribbon markers at the eye-level of adults - and a 9 year olds - so everyone can confidently "find your way home". ) Wifi was EXCELLENT (which was good for us because our Verizon Hotspot was Maine-woods-bandwidth-challenged and timed out constantly.) Dozens of cable channels. Office personnel are well organized and will spoil you. They have a snack bar that has (among other things, including bacon-and-egg breakfasts) homemade chocolate-and-peanut butter, Whoopie/Moon pies that are bliss/bliss. Many of the seasonal sites are lovely with flowers. We spent 2 weeks there and just adored this KOA. - Mom_of_Two
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Caring owners, home-cooked food, a variety of activities, great free WiFi, good cell phone reception, one of the best KOA's we've stayed in. Many restaurants in the area, and Portland is only 30 miles away. Walmart is about 17 miles away. We stayed a week, combining a Passport America discount, regular rate and a KOA special weekend discount. Lots of cable channels, but many sites are satellite friendly as well. Many seasonal campers but all in good shape. Overall, a great place in the Lakes Region of Maine. We'd definitely stay here agin. - smdrm
Jun 2015 - $45.00
Colonial Mast is a very nice campground. The office staff was very nice from the time of booking to when we arrived. We were in the area to attend Maine's Blues Festival. The road leading to the campground as well as the roads in the campground are a little narrow. We were able to maneuver our 30 foot trailer without too much difficulty. There are some low lying tree limbs that could be trimmed. Our site was a little tight. The pedestal was at the very rear of the site. We had to park as far back as possible just to reach the power. It took all of the cable that we had just to reach. By having to move all the way to the back of the site meant that the sewer pipe was up hill. Water pressure was good! The campground is on a beautiful lake named Long Lake. They have canoes, paddle boats, and a great swimming area. The campground does have an indoor pool. However, they charge $2.00 per person to use the pool each time and only during the hours they have listed as "open swim". The views of the lake are very nice and this has to be one of the quietest campgrounds that we have stayed at. We would stay here again if we are in the area. - clw_man
Aug 2015 - $45.00
We chose this CG because of location on Long Lake. We are still here as our new motor home broke down and was towed to ford. The owner has gone above and beyond, first trying to jump start us, then he asked an rv tech who was here for someone else to come by our site which he did, but to no avail. When the tow truck driver came he said he could only take one person, that left me and our 2 dogs. The owner used his golf cart to take me, 2 dogs, some food and bedding to a cottage on site for the night as my husband had to go with the RV and then rent a car. We did get on the lake in a rented rowboat with the Dogs yesterday before all the trouble and it was lovely and the water was warm. The staff are helpful and friendly, it is quiet at night. The town is 2 miles away with shops and restaurants. I would recommend this CG. The roads are dirt and gravel and there are a lot of low branches. The beach is nice and large enough for families to sit together. The game room has pool and ping pong. There are a lot of places to rent a boat within a few miles. Most sites are pretty level - Winnebago Wanderers
Sep 2016 - $57.00
This campground has both pros and cons. It is a sandy/dirt place with tons of trees which makes backing in just about any size of RV difficult. Trees are not trimmed and the couple of big RVs that we saw enter our campground loop scraped trees on both the sides and top of their unit. There are only a couple of sites that would accommodate big rigs and we saw people have a great deal of difficulty backing in with their small RVs due to the location of the trees. The bathhouse is old but clean. Water pressure is very high so bring a pressure regulator or risk damage to your RV water system. Verizon cell and hot spot worked fine. Swimming beach was lovely which seemed to be the draw for most people. About half of the campers while we were here were in tents. Campground is not located in the main state park area. The campground does not sell ice or firewood which is odd considering the amount of tent campers. The roads are atrocious coming into the camping sites. This campground is grossly overpriced at $57 per night including reservation and out of state fees. Some of that money should be used to fix the roads. We would not stay here again. - roadking
Apr 2016 - $50.00
Wow! It has been awhile since somebody has taken the trouble to review this one. Big CG. Very early season stay. Very few in the park. Only the W/E loop open. Roomy sites, able to easily accommodate larger rigs than they are rated for. That is the good news.
Now for the bad news. CG roads need some serious repaving. There should be no shortage of funds to pay for the road maintenance because the camping rate of $50, out of state camper, is beyond mind boggling. What are the people who set these prices, thinking? - Veebyes
Jun 2008 - $30.00
This is a great family park located on Sebago Lake with most camping a short walk to the lake. Lots of activities around lake including bicycling, beach activities, and especially boating. Not a lot of privacy and very noisy with children of all ages running around having fun. As with most New England State parks...a distant cousin as compared to those in the south or western part of USA. Expensive for what you get at $30 (w/e) up to June 30, and $38 July and August. One of only two campgrounds in Maine with water and electric. Recommend it for young families. - David R
Aug 2015 - $45.00
We visited this park as part of a kayak trip to the Crooked River, located near Sebago Lake. Owner was nice to let us launch from the campground. After our paddle, we toured the campground and found it to have some of the largest sites we've seen! Located near the town of Casco and the great Sebago Lake State park. The Campground offers kayak rental & tours as well. Renters here were very nice and the area lovely. - Winecoastersblog
Jun 2016 - $60.00
This a great campground! The campground has spacious and private sites. The staff member that checked us in really did not know specifics about the campground, directions to our site, event tickets to the Blues Festival etc.... The site had 50 or 20 amps. I had to go to the office to get a 50 to 30 amp converter ($20 deposit). The first converter was faulty and needed to get a replacement. The hookups are at the very back of the site and the sewer pipe was about 2 feet off the ground and made for a tricky discharge. The amenities at the campground are excellent and the lake/ beach was enormous! We will be returning to this campground in the future! - clw_man
Aug 2015 - $75.00
We camped here with a group of 4 other families. Our request to be located together was met by the campground in one of the loops close to the action. Our 42' motorhome and one of our friends with a 40' 5th. wheel fit nicely on large sites that were pretty level. Sites were mostly gravel/grass with a fire-pit. Hook-ups conveniently located and the 50 Amp service never fluctuated. We had a little problem with overhead branches that was addressed with a bucket truck operator working with us to clear the low branches above. The lake is the big draw here in our opinion. It is a GEM! The campground itself is very woodsy and rustic. There aren't any cement pads to park on or eat on, which we prefer. Bath houses and rest rooms were a bit distant for those with pop up campers. Rent a golf cart early (they go fast) because you will appreciate it and need it if you navigate throughout the grounds. They had a nice Tiki Bar overlooking the lake, with great nachos and cheese and a decent menu. Also enjoyed a talented guitar player/singer who was very entertaining. The kids in our group had plenty to do with the supervision of campground staff. The camp store was stocked with many of the typical camper needs. The marina had many water toys to rent. We opted for speed boat and a pontoon boat with 2 large tubes to pull the kids on. Great fun. We would stay here again. There are a couple of mobile RV repairmen that will come to your site for needed repairs. We had minor issue with our water heater and it was repaired at a very reasonable price. - Dieselpower
Jul 2013 - $48.00
We love this place because of the cleanliness and the great people who accommodated us when we were unhappy with our campsite. I think the bathroom/bathhouses could have fans in them as well as some time of bug killer device. We will definitely go here again. - Linda02148
Aug 2016 - $51.00
Campground is on Crescent Lake, which is a beautiful lake and very clean. Kayaking was superb with plenty to see. The seasonal campers recommended several sights on the lake to visit.
Campsites are among pine trees and are very close together. Roads are all dirt but are treated with some sort of petroleum mixture, without an odor, several times a week to keep down dust. Cable hookups are all new and provided excellent viewing. Wi-Fi was poor and a source of frustration trying to receive a signal.
Check-in was quick and easy, the management was very helpful. All the staff was friendly and provided good service. The only other problem were the pine trees leaking sap onto the car and trailer. But if I didn't want pine trees, then I should stay out of Maine. So you got to take the bad with the good.
Swimming was good, the beach was excellent. There were plenty of activities for the kids. There was several locations with laundry washers and dryers. However, the floors were very dirty and needed a good cleaning.
We stayed for a week. - Nautilus
Jul 2016 - $60.00
This is a family campground (lots of kids, lots of tents). Hookups are funky, have extra hose and electric cord. Quiet hour isn't until 11:00 pm, meaning radios go until then. It was the only place we found with vacancy. We needed electric for A/C, as weather was hot and humid. - User3119
Jul 2016 - $51.00
We returned here for a 9 night stay. We moved sites after the first weekend which was a planned move to get closer to the lake. We like it here but there are a couple things that could improve. First the good, the lake was great and very clean. The pontoon rentals are nice, the staff is great, the snack bar and pizza is excellent. The beach was nice and the other campers were very friendly. The issues, some of the utilities need to be fixed or improved. The 30 amp plugs are cracked, the cable connects do not all work, the sewer can back up. My son went in the bathroom and said it was a mess, I did not see it but he used the trailer the rest of his stay. The speed of cars was a concern, 5 mph is posed but many drive 20 and possible 30. We reported this as there are a lot of kids around.
All in all we really enjoyed our week. We found the campground to be very quiet most nights and loved our time on the beach and swimming/floating in the lake. We will return. - Happy Camper X2
Aug 2015 - $46.00
We stayed here on short notice, and we were able to get a small site not far from the main office. Nice little site which fit our 15' camper quite well. There was a lot foot traffic past the site, but it wasn't really a problem. I'd say the only drawback to the campground was the golf cart traffic. They were pretty noisy, and there were a lot of them buzzing around all day.
All in all, Woodland Acres is a nice family campground with lots for the kids to do.
Great facilities and the best camp store I've seen. - 2beagles
May 2015 - $30.00
This was our first trip to Acres of Wildlife. The above stated rate is the published rate. We stayed for $0 because we participated in the "free cleanup weekend". Basically, they offer you a free weekend in return for some raking and cleanup activities throughout the campground. It turned out to be about 3-4 hours worth of work, the rest was camping/fun time.
The park was nice, and is definitely family oriented. Lots of games/activities for kids (and adults). Sites are decent, but probably look better once more foliage fills in the trees. This place has the very best camp store I have ever seen, a must see! The road is very dry and dusty, and with the constant truck/golf cart traffic it got things pretty dirty. All in all we had a good time. We are definitely planning a return trip later this Summer. - BigNuge
Sep 2014 - $40.00
Another great stay at Acres of Wildlife! This campground keeps making some wonderful improvements. Year after year they add sites, clear trees, and are constantly making the sites better and better. This year they also added some tree houses for campers to rent. So if you do not have a camper you can still find a way to have a great time at Acres. We have been coming here for many years and it always great to go back. This weekend was no different. They did a great job with their Halloween weekend by having a Haunted House and such great campers to make the campground something spectacular. There is no doubt that we will return again. - clw_man
Jun 2013 - $49.00
This park is nice; rustic yes, but with a nice pool. We only stayed one night, and it wouldn't be worth it to come back unless we were going to stay for a while. The reviewers who say the interior roads are narrow and rough are not kidding. We have a 36 ft 5th wheel with a bike rack. I gave my length as 40 ft. the roads are so hilly, with "sharp" hills that we dragged the bike rack 3 times, and that was after adjusting the air in the hitch as much as we could. We scraped branches on BOTH sides. The people were very nice, both AT&T and Verizon cell worked, the Wi-fi was on and off. I would recommend this place for smaller rigs, but not for big rigs. - Soos
Jul 2012 - $36.00
If you are looking for an "RV Resort" look elsewhere. If you are looking for a rustic campground in the woods, read on. The interior roads are steep, unpaved, tight, and very rough. The trees are trimmed back enough to permit big rigs access with no roof damage. And some sites look like they will accommodate big rigs without too much hassle. Other sites however, will make entry and exit a serious challenge. On the plus side, the Wi-Fi works well and the cable TV is terrific. The trees make for good privacy on most sites. I don't think satellite dishes will work well with all of the trees. There are a fair number of seasonal campers here, but that's really not an issue. We stayed here during the week and the nights were quiet. - DrLewie
Sep 2011 - $47.00
Labor Day weekend and the park was fully subscribed. One group (seven Vehicles) was very noisy right up to quiet hours. Roads are gravel and lumpy bumpy; a bit rough for a big rig, but negotiable. Restrooms are old/Showers are "open air" (doors do not do completely to the bottom or top). That equals mosquitoes. Staff is most friendly/helpful with lots of info about local activities. - Nemo