We are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA. We reserved our 4-night stay through Sun RV using a coupon (buy 3 nights, get 1 free). Sun recently acquired this campground and has done some nice upgrades (new laundry and shower facility). The pool looked nice but we didn't use it (too many kids). Everything is neat and tidy. We had full-hookup the first 3 nights and had to move the 4th night to a site with only elec/water. We find Maine campground prices outrageous. A trolley comes by the park regularly to pick up and drop off for only $1 per trip per person. It's an easy transport to the Old Orchard Pier. The campground is near to all the charming towns...Scarborough, Kennebunkport, Biddeford Pool, Portland and other charming towns. We would stay here again.
We are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA. We reserved our 4-night stay through our CTC membership. This is an Encore park and we have found that we haven't yet been able to trust that Encore parks are 'consistent' in anything more than the huge amount of signage. It's a rustic woodsy park with a lovely fresh-water pond. No pool. Narrow roads. We had a spacious site, but it was difficult pulling in and out. We were there during the Christmas in July festivities. We also played Bingo one evening. There were mosquitos galore. We could not get satellite service at all. The laundry facility is small but newish. Nice but somewhat 'vague' staff. The proximity to "things to see" is pretty decent. There is a great general store type market not far away near the Railroad Covered Bridge and downtown Contoocook. We would stay here again.
We reserved our August 2013 4-night stay through our RPI membership which provided us a discount but this price only included elec/water. Full-hookup would have cost us $74/night! If you want to use the honey wagon, it would cost you $25 for each dump. Since we didn't have full-hookup and didn't want to pay for a honey wagon visit, we had to use the public shower. The shower and the laundry facilities are rustic and dirty. Mosquitoes were absolutely terrible! There was no scheduled campground activity. We would not stay here again.
We are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA in a 24' travel trailer. We reserved our 4-night stay through our RPI membership which provided us a discount. Maine campgrounds are very pricey. We required satellite reception so it was recommended that we pick a site near to the office. The pond is very pretty. The staff is friendly. There is a nice gift store. While in the area, we visited Main Street in Ellsworth. Nice town.
My husband and I are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA in a 24' travel trailer. We reserved our 1-night stay through our Passport America membership. We wouldn't stay here again because it is just too far off the beaten path. The park is lovely and huge and on a pretty bay. The pool is too far of a hike...waaaaaaay out across the grass beyond where the permanent resident's live. There are really nice 'homes' here and some RV's. Few transients...at least at this time of the year. Extremely quiet. The laundry room is small but functional.
My husband and I are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA in a 24' travel trailer. We reserved our 1-night stay online. No clubs, no discounts. The staff is not that friendly. This is an old-seen-better-days park mainly comprised of permanent houses, cabins, trailers, etc. Half are nice and half are dilapidated. The park is on a large pretty bay. We stayed here because we needed to be close to the Cape May-Lewes Ferry. We wouldn't stay here again.
Bill and I are retired full-time RVers from S. CA traveling the USA in a 24' travel trailer. We reserved our 7-night stay through our RPI membership. It's an old park and the mgmt is trying to give it some curb appeal. Our space was in the middle of an open field at the rear of the park nearer to the pretty pond. We didn't go outside much because the bugs were just awful! We enjoyed the plentiful wandering Canadian Geese. The laundry room is small but reasonable ($1.25). The pool looked nice but we didn't use it (because of the bugs). The staff is nice. There were no activities during our stay.
We stayed here for 6 nights using a $99/wk coupon we'd obtained from The Tampa RV show. The park is mostly permanent cabins/homes/trailers, etc. Half of them are in nice condition but there are some really dilapidated ones. The pool was in the process of a minor renovation so we couldn't use it. The laundry room is small but reasonable ($1.25) and the equipment is relatively new. I did have to re-wash two loads because they never spun dry though. The clubhouse is cozy. The only activity was Bingo and we showed up but no one else did. Turns out it was canceled because of the rain (???). There are a lot of nearby services.
The staff is nice. The park has a lot of curb appeal. It's lovely, green, and spacious. There are many permanent cabins/trailers which are a mixture of nice and old/messy. There is an older large working pool. No real adult activity while we were here. The laundry room is small, in an old screened-in room. We stayed here for 6 nights through our ROD membership so didn't pay anything. The bugs weren't too bad but it did dump rain for a few days. The grass around our trailer was puddled most of the time. We drove to nearby Bashakill to a vineyard and the wildlife management area. We had lunch in Parkesville at Rolling River Cafe and drove to Bethel, NY to the Woodstock Museum. All-in-all a nice area.
We stayed here for 7 nights in space 54. Our DirecTV dish worked just fine. The sites are amongst tall trees...very woodsy. We made the reservation through RPI so that's how we got the $10/night rate. It's an older park and very rustic. The roads are narrow. We noticed that some of the bigger rigs had to be very cautious navigating to their sites. One actually scraped his rig on a tree. The pool looks nice but doesn't open until 5/1. The clubhouse needs updating. There were no activities. The laundry room is small (3 washers; 4 dryers) but in excellent condition (a biggy in my book). The staff is very friendly.
The owner runs the place. We chose this park because it is only 7 miles from historic Savannah. We wanted a safe park but didn't need bells and whistles. This park is really two large open grassy-type lots surrounded by tall trees. There were a mixture of RV types from expensive coaches to long-stay travel trailers. We were actually situated between 3 older, smaller trailers with dubious beer-drinker type characters, but they were harmless. The laundry room is old and kind of smelly so I didn't use it. We'd read reviews of some of the other RV parks in the area but weren't impressed. The owner only charges $150 for the week so the price is GREAT!
Talk about a friendly park...this is it. Bill and I are from California but are traveling the country. We've been full-time RVers for two years. If we weren't already 'done' with Florida and we didn't have grandkids in CA and we were of a mind to settle down for a time at one park, Blueberry Hill RV Resort would be the one. It's pristine and active. We really enjoyed our week there. If you are in the Bushnell area to try it out.
Reserved 4 nights through Coast to Coast RV Club. CTC quoted $30.75/ni. Note that this is double the price we usually have to pay for a park within the CTC umbrella. We needed to be in the Flagler Beach area so went for it. $123 had already been paid upon making the reservation to CTC. We expected only to pay $12 at check-in because at every CTC park there is a $3/ni resort fee. However, upon check-in we charged the $3/ni resort fee but tax on that resort fee ($1.32) plus tax on the entire amount ($14.85). We have NEVER been charged tax at any Encore parks. This brought our per night cost to $37.46. Then we looked at the invoice and boy were we confused. They make the numbers work but it's confusing. The park itself is run down. It looks like it used to be a KOA. There doesn't appear to be any ground maintenance. The roads are mostly dirt..with a few asphalt. The clubhouse is locked unless there is an activity. This is a Thousand Trails Encore property. I wouldn't recommend this place at all.
We stayed here with our ACN membership for two weeks. The main pool and spa were empty, under construction. The other pool should be empty because it isn't attractive at all. The roads are not well maintained. We heard this park is recovering from a bankruptcy. It needs a huge revamping.
Two drawbacks for us: 1) the restroom/showers and laundry room were too far from the RV site so we didn't use them and 2) there is about a mile of bumpy dirt road to drive over before you get to the RV park. However the staff is very helpful and the RV setting is woodsy and green.