3 Parks near Scarborough, Maine
May 2015 - $35.00
We had a great time at this park. We took advantage of the weekend specials and the off season rates.
We were very happy to be returning to one of our favorite places after being away for a couple of years but we are glad we did. We stayed during Heroes Weekend honoring Police, Firefighters, and Teachers. We stayed in the North Section of the campground and we paid $65.00 for the entire weekend.
This is a very large campground 750+ sites and it is immaculate. Staff is always cleaning, raking, etc. to keep the place clean. The sites were large and angled so we had a view and would not look at the back of our neighbors.
This campground has a site for everyone. There were many big rigs in the campground (45+ feet). All hook-ups are easy to get to and work great. There are so many amenities at this campground. They have 3 pools (1 of them is adults only), several hot tubs, a large pavilion where they have entertainment in the evenings. They have mini golf, basketball courts, ball fields, and much more. Wi-Fi signal is good throughout the campground. - clw_man
Aug 2014 - $60.00
This is a very large campground and includes some of the following; three pools (one for adults only), two dining cafés, mini golf, fishing ponds, kayak marsh channels & rental, kid’s playground, bike and golf cart rental and a two country stores. In fact, some quality control escapes this park due to its large size. Campground is close to Old Orchard beach, and trolley services are available for free. Wi-Fi was strong, and reliable, but weak during busy weekends. From the area around our site, (#217) were we able to get a strong Verizon 4g signal, but it was weak in other areas of the park. DirecTV (free standing satellite) had no issue, but only in open campsites. Much of the park is heavily wooded, caution when making reservations if you need satellite. Campground gardener went through our site with a weed whacker in protective gear. Well, as predicted, a rock came flying out of the weed whacker, striking my friend in the arm. If this guy is in protective gear, including a face shield... why would he come around our site while people are present? Dumb!!!. Major highway is about 15mins away and Portland is about 30mins away. Campsites and roads are big rig friendly. - HappyCampers227
Aug 2014 - $62.00
This is a very large park with over 700 sites. It's a very well maintained and run campground in a beautiful oceanside area. The staff are all friendly and very professional. The park has good interior roadways and level sites and is truly big rig friendly. They have a new " adult only " area that consists of a large pool & deck, hot tub and bar & grill. It's a great area to escape and take in the sun. There's a restaurant and bakery on premise that serves breakfast lunch and dinner. There is also lots to do in the nearby towns with plenty of shops and restaurants available. The park has a mix of sunny and shaded sites with some lake side sites available. Wi-Fi is good, as is electric power and water pressure. Camp stores are well stocked and on both ends of the park. The restrooms are clean and well cared for. They also rent golf carts. One thing worth mentioning is most sites have the utilities located in the REAR and will require 2 sewer hoses, as well as a long fresh water hose and power cord. The dump station is a bit hard to find and navigate but overall its a very nice park. - User3766
Jun 2015 - $65.00
Great family park with numerous activities and entertainment. Lake is pristine. Highly recommend this family campground. - froglady7
Sep 2014 - $34.00
Bath house has well water with an unpleasant smell, very low water pressure and dirty showers. - luminary110
Sep 2014 - $34.00
Good Sam discount. Well water has a strong smell. Very low water pressure in restroom, and dirty showers. Camped here so that we could arrive at noon the next day for lunch at Red's Eats in Wiscassett, ME to have their truly world-famous lobster rolls (one of 1000 things to do before you die). - LTV camper
Jul 2015 - $45.00
24' RV with tow car. Stayed on the 'peninsula'. Only 20 amp service on the 'peninsula': 30 and 50 amp elsewhere. Did not need to use air conditioning in mid-July due to the breeze off the salt marsh. Nice people throughout - owners and help plus the other campers. Great location: coast of Maine below Portland plus Portland, Maine itself. Scarborough Marsh and the Eastern Trail Greenway are very accessible from this park. Tight quarters and a little pricey compared to what we are used to on the road during the winter out west and down south. Quiet and congenial. We will return. Wonderful location!! - mckfam
Jun 2015 - $51.00
The price is for a 50 amp. pull through. We asked for the pull thru to avoid having the awning side facing the road. Extremely well maintained campground. Sites vary in size, but are small. Our pull through site was large enough for slides and awnings with little room in between. The surface was mostly packed sand which was ok when dry, but stuck to anything that came in contact with it when wet. We were on a grass site the last time we stayed here and it was much nicer and wider. The owner and staff are all very pleasant and helpful. The campground is very quiet. We would stay here again. - Stephen20
Jun 2014 - $31.00
We really like this campground and this is our second visit. There are a couple of negatives. The sites are close together our slide was very close to the next camper's slide. Roadways a tad narrow so stay alert while maneuvering this campground. It is near many interesting sights and the owners are very nice. Restrooms/laundry are spotless. Nice and quiet here with adults-only rules. Nice duck pond and food provided for you to feed ducks that live there. Sites were level and covered with groomed fine sand. Great in dry weather not so much when it rained. If we return to the area I would stay there again. - elaine170