6 RV Parks near Sangerville, Maine
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sangerville. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sangerville in the left hand column.
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here for a week in June. We made our reservations a couple months in advance so our choice of sites was limited; however, the sites are all very nice, wooded, and with space between the sites. Many sites have interesting ledges or large boulders left after the last ice age that provide great places for kids to climb and explore. One tip is that the sites are identified by the size of the RV that they will accommodate. I found these to be very conservative. Our Class C is approximately 30 foot overall with the rear slide open and we would have easily fit in the campsites identified as "small - pop up or tent up to 20 feet." I believe the sizes allow for an RV and one vehicle. Road in from the park gate is about a mile of well graded gravel surface and there were no overhanging limbs to worry about. Access to the lake was by a short walking trail to a beach/picnic area with side trails along the lake shore or through the woods. - ME for Maine
Sep 2009 - $19.00
Peaks-Kenny State Park is in between Greenville and Bangor, Maine. There are about 56 sites in two loops a walk away from Sebec Lake. The sites are nice and good size and there is a central washroom with bathrooms, showers and a dish-washing area. The land was donated by the Mr. Peaks in the memory of his parents and one sister that was married named Peaks-Kenny. The walk down to the lake is about 5 minutes and there is a huge shaded picnic area on the beach. A playground, boating area and swimming area are all in this area. The lake looks out to the mountains up north and the views are outstanding. Beautiful lake. We arrived around 11 in the morning and from Sept 20 to 23 it is self-registration so we took our site and put our money in an envelope into the spot for it. We were one of two campers in the park at that time but as the day wore on more tenter's came in. Just a reminder the Maine State Parks do take reservations now for the summer months and after the mid of September reservations are no longer taken and the price drops too. Maine State Parks have really increased their cost for a night’s stay for an out of stater at their parks but with the drop in price it cost us $19.26 including tax for a night and that is without services. Nice stay – we stayed here about 19 years ago during the summer with our three children and it was quite crowded so this stay was so quiet – quite a change. - gsnakehill
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Very nice park. Very well maintained with large gorgeous treed sites. The only issue with our site was there is a limited number of 50 AMP sites so we could not get 50 AMP site and had to make due with a 30 AMP site. Good facilities. Beautiful pool and grounds. Great folks working in the office. The park has access to a multitude of ATV trails so lots of ATVs around, but everyone was well behaved. They had movie nights for the children. Only thing missing was a dog park. Would definitely stay there again. - Hawkhill59
Jul 2017 - $37.00
Excess for a 40' fifth wheel was nice, no low hanging branches and good roads. Very large sites, was impressed with the size of them. Only a handful will fit a big rig, but those are nice. Pool is ok, not sure if it's heated, didn't really feel like it. Very clean quiet campground. Will definitely stay again if in the area. - Retsub
Aug 2014 - $40.00
We enjoyed our stay at this park. It was clean and quiet. Our sites were gravel and level. All utilities were great. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring. Nice amenities, especially for such a remote area. WiFi service is the best we've had in a campground. Super clean bathrooms. Nice arcade with a pool table. Clean laundry room. We will stay here again if in the area. If you want to see a beautiful sight, get up before dawn and look at the sky. It's so dark that it looks like you can reach up and touch the stars. - AnnS
Aug 2017 - $31.00
Large, level gravel sites with FHU's. Spacious grass "yard" areas, pool, shuffleboard, horseshoes, small playground, and clubhouse/store. Trees presented a satellite problem. Big plus, for golfers, is the 18-hole course on site. Location is a bit off the beaten path so sightseeing requires quite a bit of driving. They have the best wifi we have seen in quite a long time of full-timing. The rate reflects the weekly rate. The interior gravel roads need some attention for rutting/roughness. - rvrrat520
Aug 2017 - $28.00
We stayed here 4 nights on our way to Canada. Very easy access right next to a large golf course. The spaces were large with good wifi and satellite reception. The park is only a 5 minute drive to grocery shopping and has a Walmart Supercenter. We stayed here in a 44' motorhome, nice level spaces. - Old Farts
Aug 2017 - $35.00
Quiet place! Clean and low key park. This was the quietest and most inexpensive park we have ever stayed at. Not a lot of amenities but also an inexpensive rate. Park is easy to navigate - Matt7571
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Beautiful, rustic campground; in trees and secluded from neighbors. We were in 40' MH but it reminded us of our tenting days. There was no TV reception and Wifi was only in top level campsites, but we loved the place! Owners VERY friendly and nice. Only W/E provided at site but we did get one, on-site, free dump during our stay. Love this place and campground. - Mainiac
Aug 2015 - $35.00
Rate reflects a one week stay and High cost reflects that this is the only campground in the area, and the Moosehead Lake area is a very nice area. 30 amp / water at my site, WiFi was marginal (worked about 40% of the time). Restrooms are vault / pit toilet, they do have showers with running water but I wouldn't use either, very dilapidated. One pull through site, all others are tight back in on dirt with leveling needed. No laundry or recreation area, no children's area, no antenna tv or radio, US Cellular phone service. Would not stay again if there was a choice. - SailorGolf
Sep 2014 - $40.00
Friendly owners and decent location were really the only positives for campground. Resort prices for campground environment ; $40 per night for electric and water site is too much. With no sewer, this is one of the few parks in which we would have used the bathhouse but it was so old and of such cheap construction we couldn't tell if it was clean or not. If there was another big-rig friendly park in the area we would stay elsewhere but this is the only choice for many miles. - Snidely Whiplash
Sep 2006 - $22.00
If you need hook-ups, do not even think of going to Frost Pond Camps. By the same token, if you want to experience camping at its essence you cannot find a better location. The owner is helpful and friendly. He ensures that Frost Pond Camps remains quiet and peaceful. There are cabins for rent at the campground in addition to the six campsites. The campground is located in a secluded area, approximately 1 1/2 hours north of Greenville, Maine. The road leading to the campground is dirt and can be rough on your vehicle. But the bumps just add to the remote feeling. Literally, you can place your hand in front of your face at night and not see it. It is that dark. The sky is overflowing with stars. The pond is beautiful and many fishermen were catching large brook trout. - Winnie
Sep 2016 - $27.00
We stopped for a night on our way home from a trip to Nova Scotia. It is mid September, so the camp's residents were mostly seasonals. Seasonal sites occupy probably 70% of the campground, so if you are looking for a site in the height of the season you may want to call first.
We camped on site 22, right on Sebasticook Lake. The view was gorgeous and the site well maintained. There are only 7 lake sites and another 7 with front lake view out of 69. Lake front sites do not have sewer hook up. Full hook up sites are $30.00.
There are several docks and boat ramps and a small beach.
The owners were very nice and friendly. Our one night stay was uneventful and enjoyable.
The campground is conveniently located close to Hwy 95 and on Route 2 for travelers driving the scenic route East - West. - Catalina W
Aug 2016 - $25.00
A very nice park. Judging by the amount of decks, sheds, etc. I'd estimated that 90% of the park is seasonal. Showers are .25 for 7.5 minutes or .10 for 2.5 minutes. I found the water pressure terrible. They are also very small and cramped. Laundry is reasonable at 1.25/wash and 1.00/dry. Firewood is 5.00 for a wheelbarrow full and paper and kindling is free. Great staff and a nice quiet location. - MSSW
Aug 2009 - $24.00
If you enjoy small quiet campgrounds and your equipment is not too big, you will like this park. It is clean, well maintained and has easy lake access for water craft. The back-in sites are on the lakeside and the pull-thru sites are across the road from them. Just be sure to check if the site is level enough for your rig before registering since there are not many sites and some are not very level. They have Wi-Fi at the library (beside the pull-thru sites) and a large number of books for exchange. - JTD2