This is a small park but close to Savannah. There are no restroom facilities. You check in at an Antique store. It is a little odd but seems to suit Savannah. We had a pull through, and it was very easy to get into. Those that use Passport America get the spots near the road. I would stay here again.
The interior roads are very narrow. The sites are a little confusing; they have turned 2 sites into one pull thru. This might just be when the park is not busy. They did escort us to the site. There is a small patch of grass and an old picnic bench at the site. The office is part of a gas station They gave us bright pink wrist bands to wear while in the park. They did tell us that we could just carry them on our person. I thought the price was very expensive for what we received.
We really liked this park. It wasn't real busy so they gave us use of their golf cart to ride around and find the site we wanted. It is very big rig friendly. Our site had two sewer hookups. Very nice. I would highly recommend this park to everyone.
Great place in which to visit Old Orchard, Freeport, and Booth Bay. The hosts were friendly and escorted you to your site. The sites were easy to enter and exit. There are many trees for shade but does not cause concern for parking your rig. The internet is only for an hour but you just click back on. It wasn't a problem
Very narrow interior roads. Site was very unlevel. We had a back in and when we left, another camper had to move their truck. There are not many campgrounds in this area. It took us 45 minutes to drive into Boston.
Our site was very level. There is nothing special about this park. There are other campgrounds that are closer to Bar Harbor. We were assigned a site that was right next to other trailers while empty areas were available. I will not return to this park.