Manager was friendly and helpful at check-in. They only take checks and cash, no plastic. I just stayed overnight, so didn't check out the full park. Wi-Fi was reliable and moderate speed (I was two spots away from main office). Many of the spaces appeared to be longer-term residents, but the grounds were well-kept and virtually spotless. A convenient, quiet, nice little place for an overnight stop.
WiFi was very weak and sporadic; I was only about 150 feet from main building with the antenna, with very little between us, and the park was only about 20% full; I still often could not connect, and when did connect, response was very slow or totally unworkable even though I showed a moderately strong signal. I had asked the owner at check-in about Wi-Fi and he complained about how expensive it was to provide. I'm sure it is, but I would expect a better level of service from a KOA (I'm not a member). My back-in spot was very tight turn to get in due to trees and terraced sites. I only stayed overnight, so didn't check out the various amenities. I was not impressed with the park overall, though the price was reasonable.
Check-in was quick (I had called to reserve since it was a Saturday and almost full), a golf cart showed me to my site. Wi-Fi was good – speed test showed 3.4 Mbps down and 0.5 Mbps up, one of the fastest I've seen. My site was only about 100' from the office and antenna. Signal stopped at one point; I went to the office and they looked and found they'd run out of their data allocation and needed to add more data (only took about 10 minutes). Sites were small, mine was significantly slanted. I didn't have enough plastic spacers to build a single ramp to get one side high enough. I had to pull up on one set of spacers, use the first part of the ramp spacers to build the next level, pull forward, etc. A bit precarious. My space was a pull through, but the exit side was so tight and narrow, I didn't think I'd be able to miss the trees and still make the turn (I only have a 19' trailer), so I backed out of the site. Lots of kids running around, but they weren’t noisy.
Check-in was straight-forward. I wanted to use public transportation to go into Washington DC, so they provided printouts and maps of "how to" information as well as explaining the process, answering questions, and selling me a Metro pass. Metro bus picks up inside the campground which is convenient. Ongoing traffic noise since the park is near a major highway, but somewhat muffled by the trees so that it's mostly just a constant background hum. My site was a reasonable size and only needed a small amount of leveling. Nice wooded environment. Park was clean and seemed well managed. Wi-Fi was OK (but not fast) the first few days, then very temperamental with multiple drops per day. You generally could try different signals from the park and get reconnected, but it often took several tries, which was annoying. I didn't try out most of the park amenities. Overall, for someone just needing an RV spot and not all of the amenities, the park is a bit pricey, but the convenience of access to DC made the trade-off worth it for me.
Convenient location to Acadia NP & the rest of the island, wide variety of good-sized sites, attractive wooded area, some traffic noise on side of park closest to highway 3, but quiet on north side of park where I stayed. Office suggests spots, but you pull in first come, first serve, then go back and register. Office open reasonable hours, 8am – 9pm when I was there. Rolling terrain, sites have been somewhat leveled, but still need moderate amount of leveling for RV's. Good WiFi signal, nice laundry. I'd definitely stay here again.
Clean, large sites, but site I had was one of the most uneven I've ever used – had to use my full set of wheel ramp plates to level it. Staff showed me to my site, friendly check-in. Good Wi-Fi. Peaceful scenic area with a lake.
Just stayed overnight, so didn’t see a lot. Large spaces, clean, nice grounds. Downside is that it's about 10 miles from Interstate I-55; also Wi-Fi didn’t reach me (no signal at all), even though I was close to office. Overall, good for the price. Staff told me of which sites were tentatively open, are all “first come, first serve”, have to come back and register after you park your RV.