This was our first trip out in our new travel trailer. It was cold, but that meant the fire was nice and bugs where low. We stayed at site #8- it was just about completely level. The only con would be that we were constantly tracking in the small gravel used at the site into our camper. Would camp here again.
This is a private single campsite right on a lake. The views couldn't have been any better. My husband fished almost all day every day just a few steps from the site. The owner of the property was very nice. I'm leery about writing this review because I don't want everyone to know about what a gem this place is, but it is so hard to keep it to ourselves. After staying here you will dread going to campgrounds, if you camp for peace and quiet, because you sure do get that here.
We camped here for a weekend.We stayed at Site #110 has to put a lot of blocks under the jack to level, site on hill. Park was very big had nice paved roads good for bike riding. The cons are : lifeguards at pool don't really do their jobs. When I was in pool there where adults with young adults throwing a hard sponge ball across the full length of the pool they would come very close to hitting people and then one did hit the back of a little boy, but the lifeguards did nothing, so I got out of the pool. The kiddie pool was much safer. also they had a BBQ event going on, but when we register we weren't told we had to make reservation to the event and when we went to get tickets they were sold out, so we did have any diner that night.
This is a great campground if you are looking to purely camp. There aren't any activities, no pool. But the views from down at the beach can't be priced. And being able to get lobster right at the campground was the best. My husband and I would certainly return the next time we get to Maine.