Stream-side sites limited to smaller RVs. Big rig spots close together and very narrow. Couldn't open all compartment doors due to obstructions. Our location had recent application of dirt in attempt to level so dirt and dust tracked into home. Use of on board washer/dryers forbidden but available at office. Wi-Fi limited to 2 devices per location; owner said lots of people online caused router to "explode."
OK place for a night or two, but big rigs are crowed together. Good Wi-Fi, free for 2 devices, $3 for a 3rd. Mom & Pop restaurant on the property with okay food (breakfast, hamburgers, liver & onions). Very helpful staff will suggest things to do in the area, including a tour past Stephen King's home in a hearse.
Georgeous view of Passamaquoddy Bay and Canadian Islands (Deer, Campobello) from waterfront sites. Extremely helpful staff, particularly day clerk. Nearby lobster "pounds" have thousands of lobsters at bargain prices for those who cook on-site. Wi-Fi weak except near office; only 1st 1/2 hour free; $3/hour after that; must use all the time in one sitting. Pull-through sites have full hookups and, in waterview area, easy satellite coverage. On-site restaurant closed after Labor Day and in-town places on reduced schedule. 27' tide dramatically illustrated at local harbor. No rental cars available.
Economic option to expensive campgrounds on island where Acadia National Park is located. Huge lots in open field for big rigs. Good view for satellite dishes. Some sites for smaller RVs and seasonals are in forest. Very helpful office staff. Small store has some RV supplies and ice ($2 for 5# bag). No restaurants in walking distance but short drives to abundant lobster joints.
Funky campground with lots of seasonals but with full hookups and plenty of space for big rigs. Heavily forested. Some smaller sites have lots of isolation in the loop at the rear. Couldn't use satellite dish. Short walks to mom & pop eatery, lavish lobster restaurant, harbor with dramatic tide changes, and to tourist area. Don't miss the clam chowder at the Union Bluff Hotel.
Great park. A bit pricey (lower rates out of season), but this is Cape Cod. Camp store well stocked, prices okay. Staff was always friendly and knowledgeable. Wi-Fi included but kind of slow. Steps from great lobster joint, Arnolds. Bike trail abuts the back. Only negative was dirt pads which resulted in soil being tracked into the RV.
This beautiful farm and park with a view of the Smokey Mountains to the west gives a unique experience for motorhomes. Each site has a great view and full hookups. Wild turkeys and deer abound. The owners raise chickens for eggs, ballerina geese for their beauty and bees for organic honey. The breakfast ($15) is optional but should not be missed, at least once. The park caters only to motorhomes; there are no shower or restroom facilities. One of the owners has every tool imaginable and is ready to help with RV problems. The other is a great cook.
Fishermen's Memorial is the worst state park we ever visited. Sites crowded together. Air conditioning not allowed (but you can run your generator until 10 pm). Prominent No Alcohol policy; sites crowded together. No 037 almost impossible to level. Avoid if you have slides. Park is close to local fishing and super restaurants. Seemed to be mostly seasonal users. We left a day early. Didn't bother to overcome strict "no refunds" policy.
RV sites are first come, first served, and include only 2 50-amp lots and 1 pull-through. Off/shoulder season best as sites are close together although offset to give most a view. Lovely CCC stone buildings around were built around the ancient spring first used by Native Americans for alleged health benefits. You're free to drink, bottle or lather the sulfurous water on affected body parts. Didn't cure the writer's arthritis. "'Multiuse' Trail" only for hikers and very experienced and well-conditioned mountain bikers. "Nature Trail" can be hiked by those in average condition. Park has miles of paved road with a lot of "hoops and hollers" (up and downs) that will challenge bike riders in only fair condition. Lovely stream near the entrance with lots of flat rocks can be climbed. Day use area has beach and is well away from camping spots. Fishing available. Town couple tenths of a mile from park entrance had only one open shop, a general store with everything from bug spray to worms for fishing, and an open-carry clerk. Well worth a couple days stay.
Trails are bikeable with hybrid/mountain cycles. Gobbler Ridge (2.4 miles with some walk it sand) went down to Lake Kissimmee. Saw sandhill cranes and deer. North Loop Trail (4-6 miles) was well marked but not much seen other than pine needles and 2 tortoises. Well kept with friendly rangers. Worth a couple days. Large rigs should avoid site 13 despite 40' rating. All sites have foliage so get out the OTA antenna, dish won't work.