The campground itself was not all that bad. It was about an average KOA. But the location and entrance roads to the campground were pretty bad. Very rough and dusty and would have been a mess if it had rained. Sites were nice wide sites and all hook up were ok. But little gravel on the sites. Again, thankfully it did not rain. There are not of a lot of choices near downtown Freeport. I think LL Bean would do well have their own RV Park near town. I was told there was a small campground near downtown and it recently went out of business.
We have traveled throughout New England for 6 weeks and stayed at a number of KOA's. This was by far the worst. A very crowded campground. Has very narrow sites and little to no gravel on the sites. Thankfully it did not rain. Would not stay here again! I am also complaining to KOA that many of their campgrounds do not have enough GRAVEL. And they are overpriced for what you get. I could handle the over crowded campground, but not the dirty sites with little gravel or pavement.
Average park for a KOA. Some sites lacked enough gravel. We were in the section where most of the large motorhomes were located. There was plenty of gravel on the sites, but the driveway to the sites was full of pot holes and water was standing after it rained. My biggest complaint was the very poor Wi-Fi system. I had been in New England for over a month and stayed a a number of KOA's and this was the worst. I went to the office and complained, but got no results! I always measure the bandwidth with PC Pitstop. I seldom got more than 1-2 meg's and sometimes not even one meg. If a park advertises they have free Wi-Fi it should be usable with at least 3 meg. (We stayed at a KOA in White River Jct, Vt. and the new owner installed a system that measured 20 meg. Other parks on this trip had 5 meg systems). This is not a bad park, but they need better management and address these shortcomings.
This is a very nice campground. We had stayed there in 2006 before it was a KOA. New owners have made some improvements. It was clean and the staff was very helpful. Good Wi-Fi... I am not a big fan of KOA's as they are over priced and lack enough gravel on the sites. This is about as good as it gets for a KOA. Good location! I would stay at this park again when we are in the area.
I have stayed in a lot of KOA's, but this was one of the worst! I could be a real nice park, but it is just plain dirty. Why are so many KOA parks lacking in gravel? The lower portion of this park was flooded just days before we arrived. It sits on a creek that had become a small river. The road and entrance to the park was in real bad shape. My rig and my car I tow was so muddy it took me several days to clean them after I got home 2 days later. Also, there was a foul odor in the rear of the park. It smelled like something dead!! I will not stay at this park again.
This is a older park, but it is well maintained and the staff was very nice and helpful. It is a excellent location. Paved streets and pads. (blacktop) Wi-Fi was very good. I was on row "D" next to the bathhouse & pool. Sites are not very long. My rig is only 32 ft and was just enough room. My only negative was the power voltage in the park. My volt meter read between 106 v. to 120 v. Thus, my 1000 watt micro-wave would not work all the time. I would still camp their again. It is a beautiful park. Caution: My GPS gave us the wrong entrance. Check the signs!
This is one beautiful park. We loved the over all appearance of the park. Plus, families really enjoy this park as there is some much to do,etc. It seems they are in the process of up dating some things. They had recently added a lot of gravel to the lower part of the park. The upper part where our sites was located could use a lot more gravel. There is not many 50 amp services and our 30 amp service showed low voltage on my voltage meter. We would camp at this park again...