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Date of Stay: September, 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). We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $34.00
Bath house has well water with an unpleasant smell, very low water pressure and dirty showers. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.
The next day, with a short drive, you can eat lunch at Red's Eats in Wiscasset, ME. Red's Eats is in the book, 1000 Things You Have to do Before You Die. They have absolutely the best & freshest lobster rolls in ME. They put the meat of 2 lobsters on each sandwich. Well worth the price.
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $53.00
This is a very large camping site. On one side of a lake there is the more typical layout under large trees, store, and activities for families. However, the first site we were assigned our rig was very close to the neighbor's fire ring. They gave us our choice of sites and we moved to the other side on the lake on an open grassy area with a lake view. Very nice, friendly place. Wi-Fi was fast and free. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $37.00
This is actually our second stay at Wassamki Springs. I did check that there was a pool available, but actually it is a spring-fed lake beach for swimming. The campground does have dirt roads that can be muddy during rain and dusty otherwise, but that is my only negative observation. We love coming here and enjoy the area and the people. There are many activities for children and adults; seasonal residents are friendly and helpful along with the staff. We will definitely camp here again if in the area. The daily rates reflect our monthly stay that did include some off-season daily rates and the pay for 21, stay a month. Otherwise, full hookup with 50 amps is $64 nightly peak season. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $60.00
We parked in the big rig (I) area. It was very nice. We were on lawn. My only complaint is the dust from the roads they have no dust control. The roads are dirt, no gravel. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Sixty a night is a bit much. We would stay again only in (I) area. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $56.00
Price reflects weekly rate discount (pay for 6 nights, get 7th night free). Overall a nice park, however, no one in previous posts mentioned the loud road noise and that it’s on the airport’s flight path, so it’s not a quiet place, unfortunately. Staff is nice overall, as well as transients and seasonals. They have weekend family activities, but no other amenities such as a pool, although there is a lake. This campground was not our first choice in the area, so would we stay here again? Maybe if there was no other place around, but given the noise factor we’d look elsewhere first. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $56.00
The positives: Beautiful lake on site, great family activities over the July 4th weekend, friendly and helpful on-site staff, and dependable hook ups. The negatives: Narrow, unpaved (gravel) access roads (borderline big rig friendly), easy to get stuck in the mud when the ground is wet (we did), Wi-Fi was available but was next to useless (very slow and intermittent), and expensive given the negatives. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $40.00
We've been coming here for 3 years. Love the swimming. Very clean and beautiful spring fed lake. The sites are roomy. Staff is friendly. Great bass fishing on the far side. My kids love it. They have Wi-Fi, but it needs to be upgraded and you will never get on. They will tell you on the phone that it works fine, but you will find out when you get here that it will do you no good. Also, inconsiderate campers are never kept in check after quiet hours. There is no one in the office or available on the grounds to assist in reminding them. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $32.00
First time visitors to this park. Spacious and clean. Sites available among extremely large pines. We had a very large open site. Staff were very helpful. Other campers were friendly. Great location, only 3-4 miles from Maine Mall & most important Cracker Barrel. We will certainly be back. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $40.00
This is a very nice Good Sam campground with a lot of potential; it must be a great place to be in summer with its lake and activities. We were very explicit when making reservations that we needed a space for 34' with 2 slides and handicapped accessible. Upon arrival we were originally sent to a narrow space between 2 trees, with 'permanents' on both sides of us and directly across from the kids playground. If we'd had young kids with us this might have been a good place to be; however, our rig would not fit in the space so we unhooked our tow vehicle and searched the park for a suitable space. It seems most of the lake-front spaces are already taken by permanent campers or are for tents. We finally set up in the open field. All the amenities were available as stated; staff was friendly and accommodating. A GREAT nearly restaurant for low-cost lobster dinners is Ocean Gardens in Gorham, about 15 minutes away. Restrooms and showers were not wheel-chair accessible. Although campground met our needs for a 3-4 night stay but it unlikely we would return here. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $35.00
Great family campground. Nice big pond for swimming, fishing and boating. Lots of green grass and space. Happy to recommend. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $54.00
This campground is large and was busy when we were here. There is a large section of seasonals at the back; there are many tent sites, under pine trees; and a large open field of grass for motorhomes. We arrived after a rain event, and our site had muddy puddles. Once the puddles had dried, someone came by to fill the puddles with dirt and level the area. There is a lovely spring-fed lake on the property, open to swimming and floating. There seem to be many activities scheduled for families, including softball. It is away from main roads and freeways, so is quiet at night. We would stay here again. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2012 - $60.00
Big Rigs - don't take a pull through unless you must have shade. They are a bit tight and small. There are newer sites in section I that are much larger, grassy and are in the open so you can use your satellite. Even though they are back in, our 43 ft had no problem. They are putting in cable TV, but no pool. They have a gorgeous lake and the majority of sites are among tall tress. We would stay here again. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $70.00
Nice facility with plenty of activities. Run by a lot of senior citizens which give a special feeling. However rather expensive especially if you only need an overnight site. Very poor Wi-Fi connection. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2010 - $30.00
We stayed here a couple of nights to go into Portland Maine (only 6 miles to town) and enjoy the great waterfront. From the friendly greeting to assisting in directions into town, the ladies in the office instantly made you feel comfortable with your stay, and we just got here! Our pull through wooded site was nice size and level. We were offered an open site if we wanted to use our satellite dish. Spotlessly clean rest rooms and showers. The grounds had a nice cottage town feel to it with sandy roads and the very large pond with waterfront sites that were very nice from what we could see. We camped in September to avoid crowds of families and kids and we were not disappointed here, though from the number of seasonal set-ups it seems to be a very family oriented CG. My wife and I love Portland so we can't wait to go back and when we do this will be the place we stay. We camped at Wassamki Springs in a Motorhome.Undo
The next day, with a short drive, you can eat lunch at Red's Eats in Wiscasset, ME. Red's Eats is in the book, 1000 Things You Have to do Before You Die. They have absolutely the best & freshest lobster rolls in ME. They put the meat of 2 lobsters on each sandwich. Well worth the price.luminary110 • January 2015
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