2 Parks near Trenton, Maine
Sep 2015 - $15.00
Price reflects C2C (Good Neighbor) discount. Campground was very easy to find and easy to get into. We stayed here after Labor Day and so the pool was closed. This is a standard "parking lot" style campground. However, they very easily handle big rigs. Our site was large enough for the 5th wheel and jeep. We were able to park the truck at the office (which was very close to our site).
All of the sites are very level. The sites are gravel with a grass area for the picnic table. Gravel roads through the campground, so there was a lot of dust-but the roads are in good shape. It is obvious they take a lot of pride in this resort-it is very clean and well kept. Campground is directly on the ocean, most sites have a view of the water. Campground is very close to Acadia National Park. Good Verizon coverage. Easy to get DirecTV satellite. We would definitely come here again. Pretty view and close to National park; as well as, close to town for shopping. - GLPColorado
Aug 2015 - $71.00
Stayed 7 days in a Motorhome. Site was unusual, pull in front first, but no problem. WiFi only available at the activity center unless you subscribe to an independent company that covers the rest of the camp. Despite the high price for non-members, we will probably return someday. - MoeStevens
Aug 2015 - $70.00
We took a tour of the Bar Harbor area via the free bus service which was offered and had a look at other RV sites...we feel we hit a home run with this place. Spacious and quiet with beautiful views of the water,
We were a bit close to RT 3 so there is a constant traffic noise and we're right near the airport so there's the occasional bi-plane and small jet, which being from NYC we could ignore. The areas is awesome, the free buses really come in handy. Very open and spacious sites and we're definitely coming back. - koeka
Oct 2015 - $38.00
We stayed in the wide-open meadow area with great satellite and cellphone reception. Forested areas are available. Good roads. Gravel, level, long pad. All the amenities, but we didn't use them because it was cold. Hosts are very helpful and accommodating. They are about ? the cost of staying in Bar Harbor, and it's only 10-15 minutes of pretty driving away. We would definitely stay here again in our 38' motorhome with towed Jeep. - rvnlinda
Sep 2015 - $33.00
This is an older RV park, but it is clean and well-maintained. Most of the shady part of the park appears to be seasonal customers. We are near where most short-termers are likely to find themselves. Much of that are generous pull-though spots out in the open.
We are finally here, after having to cancel an earlier visit when our RV wasn't ready to be on the road. The nice folks at Timberland Acres allowed us to cancel -- and without paying a cancellation penalty. So they were the first RV park we thought of when we were finally able to make the trek north to Maine. I had read reviews about the open fields, so we asked ahead of time for something shady -- and have a wonderful pull-through spot! So thank you for that, Timberland Acres!
Zero complaints so far. The two ladies who checked us in couldn't have been nicer. We're here at the end of September to see Bar Harbor & Acadia Nat. Park, so don't have a need for organized activities. A couple of pluses: the dumpsters are next to recycling stations, so kudos for that.
While other RV parks are closer to Bar Harbor and Acadia, Timberland has this going for it: It is equidistant from a Super Walmart, grocery stores, an auto parts place and other shopping, as well as assorted restaurants in Trenton. All are west of the campground. In the other direction is Trenton Bridge Lobster Pond, a great place to order those crustaceans. Reasonable prices east or west.
A suggestion for RVers coming in from I-95. You'll pass a few gas stations right after you get off the Interstate. Stop at one of them and fill up. Doesn't matter which one. They all charge the same. But the gas there will be 10 cents a gallon cheaper (for unleaded) than you'll find as you get in Trenton and Bar Harbor. - VA-Parrothead
Sep 2015 - $38.00
The owners and staff are very friendly and helpful. You are presented with an information "pack" for the area on check in along with 2 delicious chocolates a really nice touch. It's a large park with exceptionally long sites which have a fire ring and a good condition picnic table. The roads are tarmac and gravel pads with a large area between sites. The pads could be graded a little better but we had no problem levelling our rig. Trash pick up before 10am and a good recycling area. Wifi very good especially considering the size of the park. No cable but main channels very good on antenna. We certainly recommend staying here. - Harris England