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42 RV Parks near Porter, Maine
We did however find 42 campgrounds within 25 miles of Porter. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Porter in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $57.00
We have rebooked our 8th year! It is always a good time. Plenty to do for all ages, including relaxing at your campsite! We love it here! - Bumpa
Jun 2018 - $62.00
We have been to this campground twice in the past. However, this time we brought 3 grandchildren with us. We used the pools, which were all very clean, and the game room, which was fun for our 12-year-old granddaughter. Staff went out of their way to be friendly and accommodating. Due to our own water filter issue which we didn't realize at the time, we needed to use the bathhouse for showers. The bathrooms were extremely clean. RV'ing here was a wonderful experience for all of us. We will definitely be back. - Dianne and Tony from Maine
Oct 2017 - $45.00
Stayed here 3 nights on a cross-country "fall colors" tour from Tucson. Beautiful park. Fast, friendly and professional staff. 24 hour security. Site was level and clean. Roads are nice & easy. Only Note: My Good Sam GPS advised at the final turn "Your destination is ahead on the left in 100 feet". Nope. It was over a quarter of a mile down that road dead-ending at the entrance, which couldn't be seen. So don't let your GPS put you into a worry mode.... We would definitely stay here again. - TPDBOB8687
Sep 2016 - $48.00
We love it here. Beautiful campground with spacious sites. Some are very private and others are out in the open. Very quiet in the off season. Everyone is very friendly and we enjoyed our stay. You get to go to the Danforth Bay side to take advantage of their activities etc. We will return. - Happy Camper X2
Aug 2016 - $51.00
Disappointed. I guess I expected a more upscale, more sites with views, satellite friendly park. Roads and sites are all gravel and are in good shape. When you enter to register, do not turn in by the store front. Go straight ahead and park on the roadside. This will save you having to make a u turn.
There are many seasonal guests and the sites range from rv's to park models. We found most guests friendly and helpful. Road signs could be bigger so you could set up for turns earlier. The entrance/registration sign could be better marked to show where to park for the Bluffs. Before the parking is where it should be with the other signs, not after. - peddy dick
Oct 2015 - $46.00
Our second trip here and it was as good as the first. This is a very clean and quiet campground. We were able to go boating to check out the lake which is very nice. Not many were there for the weekend and there is definately more activity on the Danforth Bay side of the campground. The staff was good and check in was easy. We will need to do a week during the summer at some point to see the full operation. We love it here. - Happy Camper X2
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Extremely friendly staff, the swimming pool is large and very clean. Great activities provided by the campground, the camp store is well stocked, campground is near a pizza shop and food market. I had a ice roomy site. - Fulltimer007
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Park manager is a good lady. We arrived late but she helped us get settled. We asked for a site near showers and she was able to give us one. The first two rows up front by the entry are the best. Enough space, close to laundry, pool, nice game room for kids. The pool is the best we've seen on our NE trip this summer. Tall pines all over which are beautiful for the "camping feel," but hard for getting tv reception. My husband finally found the right spot after minimal time, but still had some "snow" time to time. Clean, gorgeous flowers all around the office. Very small store area. We would definitey come back. - Lin and Rich
Sep 2015 - $30.00
We choose this park because it had a" bark" park. When we arrived we requested as site as close to the dog park as possible. The lady at check in said oh we have a nice big site close to the dog park site 18. Site 18 was on the outskirts or what I call old town almost as far away as possible from the dog park. I believe it to be the smallest site in the park. It was so un-level the right front tire would've had to have off the ground to get level. I left it nose low. The park is rapidly becoming a seasonal park and un-useable to the traveler. While the pool is new and very nice, the bath room clean I would not stay here again. - Tour n
Jul 2018 - $46.00
Let me begin by stating that we arrived 55 minutes early and were charged 5.00 to check in early. Not the best way to make a first impression. Aside from that, check in went well. We stay on site 3 and found a level site. The hook-ups were easy to reach and at the mid point of the site. We did not have AT&T Cell service at the campground and only had wifi near the office. We did catch a few over the air channels during our stay. There is a very nice pool on site and the Saco river to go swimming. You can rent canoes and kayaks on site. They also charge you a ramp fee if you have your own canoe or kayak. - clw_man
Aug 2017 - $44.00
Rented a pull-thru and two tent sites for our family kayaking weekend; all sites were spacious, private, and shaded. VERY BUGGY!! They really need to spray for mosquitoes! Sites were all sand, no grass at all. No cable, WIFI didn't work, and poor cell phone signal. Bathrooms were clean, but dated and there is no bench in the shower area to put your belongings on. I was quite surprised by the extra fees at this place - $3 per night for your dog, so $44 became $47/night. And then I got socked with a $3.50 reservation fee PER SITE, so since I booked three sites, I paid an extra $11 to give them my business! For those reasons we will find a different place to stay next year. Kayak rental/shuttle service was very convenient, but if you arrive back after 5PM, they will charge you for an extra day. - Bonnie66
Jul 2017 - $42.00
Friends who lived in this area checked out several campgrounds and recommended this one to us. Since we were visiting our friends, we did not spend a lot of time at the campground. However the pool looked very inviting, the campground was well taken care of, and there were many canoes available to rent right on site. We had plenty of room on our site, and trees between sites created a sense of privacy. Drawbacks were the sandy site surface, and the abundance of hungry mosquitoes. The area had seen a lot of rain, so that may be a big factor with the mosquito issue. - HelenEllen
Sites: 47 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 10 Reviews
Jul 2017 - $24.00
Beautiful campground with large, private sites. Clean and nice. Staff went above and beyond to accomodate us artiving late in the evening. Highly recommended. - Laurel714
Aug 2016 - $35.00
Originally reserved for 5 nights, but we loved it so much we made it a week! The owners were extremely friendly and helpful. The RV sites all backed up to a large grassy field. Full hookups at all sites. Each site was spacious enough not to be crammed in. Many trees around sites. - AlreadyGone
Jul 2016 - $18.00
Rate based on 2 month stay. My wife and I have been RVing all over the country for the last year and this is, by far, the friendliest campground we've stayed at. It is a little gem and a great little campground with tent sites as well as RV spaces. The park is always kept immaculately clean. The spaces are big, level and quite private. The common grounds are always well maintained and manicured. The restroom and showers are very clean and neat. It has a small store in the office, a laundry facility, a game room for kids and plenty of outdoor games that you can use at any time. There is also a very large open area (very well maintained) to run and play in. They are right on the Saco River and there is access to the river from the park. Additionally, they will run you up the river if you would like to go canoeing or tubing, and they have the canoes and tubes to rent right on site for a reasonable fee. Water and WIFI are really good and over the air TV is available there.
The best part though are the owners. They are just great. I can't say enough nice things about them. They help with your setup, keep your space mowed (did I mention the RV spaces are all grass, not gravel), and bend over backwards to help everyone staying there. They truly make it feel like a 'family' campground. They definitely made us feel very welcome.
I would highly recommend this park for anyone wanting to stay a day, week, month or longer. - ssmmerhalski
Jun 2008 - $35.00
The campground offered a very nice atmosphere. We had a very private wooded site. The campground store had a large selection of camping goods. We enjoyed our trip. - happy rvers
Oct 2005 - $35.00
We camped here for 5 nights (10/1-10/6, 2005). Our site (#29) was on a small peninsula right on Conway Lake which was a great spot for our 18' TT. We saw loons, a heron & ducks on the lake. The CG was maybe 30% full due to the time of year we visited. We enjoyed our stay very much & would not hesitate to return. There were 2 potential drawbacks I can mention - 1 major, 1 minor (depending on your point of view). The minor drawback was that the access & interior roads, as well as the sites themselves, were all dirt/gravel. I imagine this is due to the shaded nature of the CG. This was not a problem for us as the weather was fantastic the days we were there; if it was rainy, I could see where this could be a problem. The potentially major drawback was that the restrooms & bath house were not heated. If you needed to use these facilities & it was cold in the Spring or Fall, it might cause some problems. For those who use their own facilities, it's no big deal. - BigPackFan
Jul 2012 - $39.00
We stayed here for several nights the week of July 4th in our hybrid travel trailer (with tent ends). Very clean sites. We stayed on the river and had plenty of room. Some sites were smaller with less privacy, but all seemed equally clean. I would ask when booking if you need a larger site. The pool area was clean. Our main interest was the river, which offered tubing and kayaking opportunity. My family and I were very happy with this campground. - tailgater
Jul 2011 - $42.00
This campground was somewhat ok, but there were some issues. First, our site had no fire ring with a grill on it. This was remedied but it took some persistence on our part to get them to give us a proper fire ring with grill (they were going to put a couple of round pipes on top with a regular gas grill grill top at first! Not safe at all as it immediately rolled off before we even had a chance to protest!) The camping area was nice enough, shaded with plenty of room for a couple of tents, 3 cars and a screened room. The wi-fi was terrible. Could barely pick up a signal at times and most of the time we couldn't get one at all. The worst part was the fact that most of the regulars completely took over the pool and were smoking pot and some other substance, all while the person who watches over the place at night (security??) allowed it! It was scary as there were a couple of sinister-looking characters around. All in all, wouldn't stay at this place again. Too bad too, because the sites were pretty nice and bathrooms were clean and well cared for. - LoneWolfWarrior
Aug 2010 - $32.00
My husband and I stayed here with our dog for a weekend. The sites with hookups were very well-kept and spacious. In walking the campground, though, a lot of the river-front sites were very small. The staff were friendly, and the showers/bathrooms were very clean. The showers are quarter showers, so come prepared! There are several walking paths, one of which leads to a hidden beach area on the river. This is definitely a tenter-oriented campground, with plenty of sites catered to tents. All in all we had a great time (minus some rude campers that came in on our last day.) But you can't control other people! - ShanaT
Jul 2008 - $40.00
Narrow interior dirt roads. Sites are dirt and not. Mostly permanent and seasonals. The lake is nice. You can waterski as we saw two boats skiing. Lake is not that big however. We kayaked but got yelled at when we got too close to someone's "private' beach.?? The campground has some kayaks and canoes, but their use is not included in your camping fee. We had people traveling with us that were staying at a local motel. We were charged Guest fees at $6/adult, $4./child even though our guests used none of the facilities. We decided to leave one day early, but were not offered a refund. The gentleman in the office was nice, but the woman was curt and not very friendly. Would not stay here again. - Scudman
Aug 2007 - $64.00
Lake Ivanhoe, itself, is without exception, the clearest Lake I have ever experienced. The campground has a small beach area shared with it's canoes and kayaks. This is across the street from the campground proper. There is one float that swimmers can go out to and jump off. The site that we had (#48) was perfect. Easy to back our 5th wheel into and with enough trees to afford privacy. That is about as good as this campground gets however. It bills itself as a "resort" campground, but in 8 days there, the only activities it offered were a wagon ride and an ice cream "social" (for an added cost). They have a shuffleboard court, but no one under 12 is allowed to play, a volley ball net, 2 pool tables ($$) and a half dozen video games. The owner escorts you to your site in a golf cart then proceeds to shout directions to you on how to park your own rig. We witnessed a number of frustrated drivers due to his insistence on "helping". Most of us have derived our own method of getting into a site. We were told, during reservations, that there was a boat dock 1/4 mile away where we could bring our dogs to swim. On arrival, the dock is clearly marked "no dogs". Other campers were told that the lake is appropriate for motor boats and skiers. It is not. It is a small shallow lake. We were told by neighboring campers that the owner of the campground was on our site while we were away and while we had left our dogs in our camper. He was yelling at our dogs, which made them bark. Originally they barked a couple of times when some kids cut through the site to use the port-a-potty set up for tenters. Yelling at them from outside the camper did not calm them down! There was very little water pressure available at our site and at the rest rooms. There were 2 showers for men and 2 for women. If 2 people tried to shower at once, the water was reduced to a trickle. The campground has 3 washers ($1.50/load) and 3 dryers ($1.50/load), which gets very expensive when they prohibit clotheslines for drying towels from the beach. The camp store is very lightly stocked. It had a minimum of camping supplies, ice, milk, bread and a few items of canned goods and condiments. They do not even sell coffee or newspapers. (warning: ice is $4.20 per bag!) Luckily, only 1 mile away is 7 Lakes Provisions, which is the best stocked and most reasonably priced store (ice is $1.49 per bag!) of it's kind I have ever been to! We chose this campground because of it's location in South Central NH. After being in the area and seeing so many better campgrounds than the one we chose, we would not be likely to stay there again. - Everyboysmomma
May 2008 - $20.00
Nice campground. We have been here many times before because they have sites right on the Bear River. You can kayak or tube from a few sites or swim at their beach area. Traffic noise is a bit loud. But a fun place! We'll be back! - nogdreason
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