41 Parks near Scarborough, Maine
Sep 2016 - $69.00
We were in big rig section in a 43 foot motorhome with a tow vehicle. Check-in was easy and the directions to our site were excellent. The campground has several swimming pools and lakes. The lakes are catch and release. The campground is close to many excellent restaurants and seafood shops where you will find delicious lobsters and other delicacies. The campground is well maintained and clean and easy to navigate with spacious sites. We will definitely return when in the area.301. - John & Bobbie
Aug 2016 - $57.00
Large, busy park on the weekend. Quieter on the weekdays. Full hookups, moderate to large sites. Friendly staff. Golf carts for rent (can't use your own). My 10 year old son loves this place and we will definitely be returning. Trolley shuttles to Old Orchard Beach are a big plus. - Bigdave2165
Aug 2016 - $85.00
HUGE, clean RV resort. There's tons for kids/families to do. Lots of activity. There's an adult pool with a bar & grille. Big rig section has pull-thru sites- no shade. Other sections (also can handle big rigs) are very woodsy and shaded. Our site was 50 amp, FHU, gravel, and level, but pricey. Enough space between sites. Friendly, easy, efficient check-in. WiFi was excellent. Limited cable channels. Trolley to the beach. Would stay here again. - Gayle E.
Oct 2016 - $35.00
Recently stayed at this park, even though the reviews were not good, as it was the only park that had a site available for us. This park has the possibility of being very nice. However, found that the sites were small, most of the rvs in the park were old, and looked like they should go to the junk yard. Also, one of my neighbors hung a clothes line a hung out their wash to dry. The site was dirty and sandy, which was just about impossible to not track into the coach. Also, there is an airfield nearby, and we were under the path of inbound air traffic of not only commercial jets but large military aircraft. Will never stay here again, even if I have to go to a Walmart. - Plastic Man
Sep 2016 - $60.00
This camp is close to Portland, about 8 miles away, and if you get a lake front site, which we had, there is a nice view, that's the good part.
The sites however are bad for leveling, ours was the worst I've ever seen. Took a couple of 2x6's on one side to get us straight. All the sites look bad,o just dusty dirt, NO grass, and to many trees, so many trees the sun could never get thru and maneuvering on the narrow dusty roads was tough.
What they call a clubhouse is a small dirty shack, and unless you're at the shack, the wifi at our site was terrible. Being on the flight path for Portland airport is not
pleasant either, loud planes overhead every morning and evening. At least half of the camp is rundown seasonal trailers and lots of kids.
They did seem to enjoy swimming in the lake, probably because it is only knee deep everywhere,at least the beach area was clean.
We were there because of the location to Portland. - Gerry9
Aug 2016 - $57.00
Nice park West of Portland with a small lake. On the glidepath of the Portland Airport with planes going overhead about every 20 minutes. Not too loud but noticeable. Staff was very friendly and helpful. - Bburgbrewer
Sep 2016 - $23.00
Wild Duck is a great campground. Settled in the back of a residential subdivision, it's very quiet with lots of tall trees and plenty of shade. Unfortunately the shade means no grass grows so our site was all dirt. Other than that, it was level, good sized, the hookups were great, and nice picnic table and good firepit, the WiFi was acceptable, and we were able to get 4G (Verizon). Their cable TV provides about 20 channels. Laundry is clean and capable with 3 washers and 4 dryers, and the bathroom/showers were clean. Controlled access to the park was via 4-digit keypad. - RobtL
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Next to the Scarborough River and miles of wetlands, Wild Duck Campground is a very popular. We stayed for a week and the park has always full. This is a small park with many seasonal campers so the number of available sites for big rigs is limited. Friendly staff helped guide us into our site. Nice long pull-thru with good utilities. Sites are a little close but livable. Great duck pond near the entrance. Close to Portland, the Kennebunk's, Saco, and other places to visit on a day trip. Speedy reliable Wi-Fi is available for $1 @ day per device. Lots of grass and room to walk the dog near the duck pond and park entrance.
Very quiet! Easy access to town and close by is On the Vine grocery and 2 great places for ice cream. - ScottV
Aug 2016 - $62.00
Sardine city: we are jammed up against each site. No activities except canoe rental, no pool, no place to walk the dog. I don't understand the high ratings. There are better choices nearby. Quiet time is 9 until 8 and there are too many rules. - Bburgbrewer
Aug 2015 - $85.00
A crowded campground - but they all seem to be at Old Orchard. We stayed in the back, Pine Grove area, which was more private and had a new pool, which was lovely and private. Hate, hate, hate the razor wire fences at the front - it feels like a zoo trying to keep the animals in. But....it did grow on us. Sites near the back pool are nice... full sun - that is where we would get next.... pools at the front are nice... but right next to the road - would not want to have a site by the road - too noisy and crowded. Others we met said it was the nicest in Old Orchard area. Nice access to the beach. Trolley that goes downtown is handy. Fireworks on Thursday. Bathrooms are very clean, strict about bikes and fires after 11. Kids liked the ping pong, kids hot tub (a nice touch) and free mini putt. Speaking of kids - absolutely hate it when we are charged extra for the kids - this is supposed to be a family campground. Especially with teens, who are not partaking in too many camp children's activities. Dogs are also extra. With the Canadian dollar right now, this made for very expensive camping. Probably the most expensive campground we have been to. But... the campground is full, as many French Canadian families have been going there for years, and it is a desirable area. - User901
Sep 2014 - $40.00
We stayed here at the end of season when only about 25% of the campsites are open. The campground was very nice, clean, and quiet. It is conveniently located for sightseeing, shopping, and the beach. The staff was very helpful and offered great info on the area. The wifi was wonderful (our site was close to office); many cable TV channels to chose from. Would definitely stay here again. - Longhorn Fan
May 2014 - $49.00
What a great campground! Spring Rates for Memorial Day. Can't beat the price for such a great campground. We stayed on site 13Y and is near the seasonal sites. Very low traffic part of the campground. The bathhouse was always clean and the showers had great pressure. We were able to get a good wifi signal at our site and the pedestal had it all. Although we did not use the pool, there were people in the heated pool and the hot tubs. We enjoy this area especially being walking distance to Old Orchard Beach. We will return to this campground in the future. - clw_man
Sep 2016 - $30.00
What can I say, other than the folks there are super super nice, it was mostly quiet (not traffic noise, but frequent train whistle), and the bath house was one of the cleanest ever! We were near to one of the bathhouses and I swear the guy was there cleaning every hour.
Some sites are tight, some spacious. They want to fit you in based on size of your rig. We were given a number of sites to look at when we checked in. No one stayed next to us so if felt larger then it would have if all the sites were full. This said, all the sites are nestled in nicely among the trees.
Pool and playground areas looked amazing, although we did not use either. We are thinking this will be a great place to come back to for a few days next summer with the grand-kids. An oddity was that the fire 'rings' were used washer drums. On the one hand, they were portable, on the other hand, they were tall and narrow, so the fire was not as visible. We will be back.
Our rate was off season and for W/E only (it had cable too, but that normally is more in the high season). They wanted to add $10./night for a sewer site when we arrived. - brentp
Aug 2016 - $45.00
Very Spacious Site in Premium Section
Family Friendly Campground
Pool was spacious and lots of children playing
Trolley stops right in front of campground
Location is superb to Old Orchard Beach. You can walk to the beach in 15 minutes
Staff was very kind
Fit Pit Pot was so high you could barely enjoy the fire. It was literally 2 feet round on all sides. - RVThatFamily
Jul 2016 - $65.00
We stayed for 5 nights and had another couple and their daughter join us. Our daughters really enjoyed the heated pool and playground. Old Orchard Beach is half a mile down the road, thus an easy walk, and there is a trolley that stops just outside the entrance to the campground. That makes it a quick trip and eliminates the need to drive into town and park. The rest rooms were sparkling clean and all the employees were very nice and helpful. - Tom Killackey
Sep 2016 - $45.00
Everything about this campground is perfect:
Location - Close to Portland. In between Kennebunkport and Cape Elizabeth. In walking distance from the beach, boardwalk, and pier. Couple of blocks away from the bike path that connects Portsmouth and Portland.
Campground - There is something for everyone. Two pools, playground, pond, woods, open sites, private sites, community center. The campground is well maintained.
Management - The owners are super nice, ever present, ever helpful.
Great value, better amenities than nearby campgrounds at better price. - Catalina W
Aug 2016 - $52.00
Nice park, nice staff...great location. Narrow roadways, but workable. - DaveNH
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Well run immaculately maintained. Friendly helpful staff.
We took a back space in a new area which was very quiet. - Coffeetrader
Jul 2012 - $45.00
What this campground has going for it is that's it's about 10 minutes from Old Orchard Beach. And that's really the only reason to stay here. The sites are un-level, packed close together, and a bit run down. We didn't swim at the pool, but it looked well kept. Everyone was friendly and it was fairly quiet. - lopenzani
Jun 2012 - $45.00
This is an older park in need of some upgrades, but it is 3 blocks from the ocean and is a quick 5 minute walk to downtown Old Orchard Beach and the Palace Playland on the beach. Sites are pretty basic and not very wide, but have trees along the back of each site and gravel drive-in with some grass between sites. The bathhouse/office is an older block building and could definitely use an update, but that being said, the bathrooms are clean, though very out of date with peeling paint, 1950s hardware and rubber mats on the floors. There is a good pool for the kids, and the area is nice. The firerings at each site are, I think, old washing machine tubs. Whatever they are, they do the job. We would stay here again, but we need only a place with services to park the RV and don't need all the frills. The price of the sites does go along with the lack of services. Most sites at the other campgrounds are $20-$30 more per night than here at Ne're Family Campground. - MerryKalia
Jul 2016 - $88.00
Everything was super clean and in good working order. Pool was perfect, bathroom and shower house were immaculate. Employees were friendly. Campsite was clean and ours was large (some didn't appear as large). There were a lot of trees. - Jennylou
Sep 2015 - $59.00
Great campground for the Old Orchard Beach / Portland Area, oh did I mention super clean ! We stayed here for three nights in mid September and would return in a second if visiting the area again. Amazingly clean, well manicured and a super friendly staff. We stayed in site # 47, this is a pull through gravel site with more then enough room for our 33' motorhome and toad. Electric was good along with water, sewer and cable. Great off leash dog park. I did hear a little traffic noise but nothing that would keep you up at night with the windows open. Very short drive to beaches and Portland. - bug512
Sep 2015 - $45.00
We just left after spending the entire summer here for the third year in a row. They have made substantial improvements since last year and are planning on more over the winter. One of these improvements will be removing some more trees and possibly more sites that are truly big-rig friendly. We're already making plans to return next year for the season. There may be something better and cheaper, but we aren't willing to risk giving up on something that works perfectly for us. - DavidKSmith
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Sites: 500 | Latest Rate: $1.00 | 19 Reviews
Oct 2016 - $1.00
They were just winding down for the season when we stayed for a couple of nights.
Nice park with lots of amenities, also its proximity to the beach (10 min walk) is great. Can see why it is popular.
Our site was easy to get in/out. Services were easy to access. Site was level. Staff helpful. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jul 2016 - $79.00
We stayed here again with friends and this place just puzzles me. We made a last minute reservation because of a cancellation. The reservation is lacking as site are empty but they have them listed as full. The good about this stay is we could walk to the beach and into town, our site was good size, the pool was close by and the noise was not bad. There is a train that is close (a track and freight) but that does not bother me. Check in was fine. The site was dirty with cigarette butts and other trash, it would have been nice if that was picked up. We had a couple fires even with the hot weather, hook ups were fine and the wifi was great. I cannot put my finger on it but I just cannot warm up to this place. Anyway, good for the beach but for me, that is it. - Happy Camper X2
Jul 2016 - $70.00
Very fast check-in. Nice level site with ample 50 amp, water, and sewer. Tree shaded us well. I needed to use printer/scanner and the gal at the desk allowed me to use their office equipment, very nice! We rode our bikes to the beach, took no time at all. Pools were clean and well kept. Overall a very nice park and I would be happy to return. - Paul2015
Jul 2016 - $70.00
There is no sign coming in from the west. Contact the campground and follow their directions. The site we were assigned was just big enough for the motor home. We had to park our towed across the street. The campground is about two miles from the beach. - Cmacoll64
Jul 2011 - $40.00
This is not an RV Resort, it is a trailer park that has just a few sites that they use for RV's. Actually the sites are set up for a permanent and you have to adapt your RV to it. Roads are paved but narrow and the sites are very close together. Listened to music from the trailer next to us all night. Out of the 550 plus sites they probably only have 10 or so open RV sites that obviously have had a permanent on them at one time or another. Had it not been for an appointment we had the next day, we would have left. We felt like we were in a summer daycare center with all the kids that were out and about and screaming. Gas powered golf carts going by constantly and a lot of loud motorcycles. Wi-Fi for $ (never ask) and only works at the rec. hall. Good water pressure is about all that was good here. The staff that was around were not friendly and didn't acknowledge we were even there. - buckeye1268
Jul 2010 - $50.00
Exceptional pools. Nice rest rooms. Playground equipment in need of repair. 40 minute walk to beach. Shuttle to beach about every 1/2 hour for $1 per person each way. - Spencer65