Skowhegan / Kennebec Valley KOA

Route 2 (18 Cabin Road in Canaan)

Canaan, ME 04924

Reserve: 800-562-7571

Info: 207-474-2858

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Campground Amenities

Amenities Overview

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 90' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (5/23 - 9/1)
  • Hot Tub / Sauna
  • Snack Bar ($)
  • Propane ($)
  • Mini Golf ($)
  • Firewood ($)
  • Pavilion
  • Bike Rentals ($)

Unique Amenities

  • Entrance Gate
  • Berry Picking (in season)
  • Designated Dog Walk Area
  • Dump Station
  • Escort to your site
  • Families
  • Faxing/Copying Service ($)
  • Gift Shop
  • Grandma Dons Kafe ($)
  • Groceries ($)
  • Hot Tub (no charge)
  • Ice Cream Socials (no charge)
  • Kayak/Canoe Rentals ($)
  • Laundry ($)
  • Military Clubs
  • Motorcycle Clubs
  • Nature Trails
  • Playground
  • R & R Room
  • RV Clubs & Rallies
  • Tours
  • Weekend Newspaper (no charge)

Campground Activities


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Campground News


Camping Gift Certificate Available

How do you give the gift of getting away from it all? By giving a Skowhegan/Canaan KOA Gift Certificate you can help family and friends escape to camping! Gift Certificates can be ordered in any denomination. You may purchase them by e-mailing your request to or calling our toll free number 1-800-567-7571. Unique gift for a Happy Birthday, Anniversary, Holiday or Just Because!

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KOA Award!

We are very excited to share with you again this year that Skowhegan/Canaan KOA are proud recipients of the KOA President's Award. A special thank you goes out to our wonderful staff, friends, family and to our campers. We are looking forward to having you camp with us in 2014 along with meeting new guests! Have a healthy, happy and "warm" winter! Bless you. See y 'all in the spring!

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Let Us Create the Memories

What could be better than hot chocolate and s'mores around the campfire with family and friends? Think about planning an affordable camping vacation. Our KOA owners and staff are dedicated to making your stay GREAT! Great people make a different! We offer Clean, Safe & Fun! We're the friendliest and largest campground on RT 2 along with being the best quality campground in our area. Hospitality at its Best!

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Directions From Skowhegan Town Center & GPS Coordinates

We are located less then 10 miles from Skowhegan town center on RT 2 east which is named Canaan Road in Skowhegan. We are not the first campground you come to but the second which is on the same side of the road. We are 5 miles from this campground past Lake George, Superette store, motel, school, Duncan Donuts, fire station, post office & town hall. We are located on the right side of the road in Canaan Maine.
Can't miss the Big Yellow KOA Sign!
GPS: 18 Cabin Road
Latitude: 44.769710269401
Longitude: -69.54370379447937

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Meet Your Hosts

The Cloutier and McCann Families

""Welcome to the Skowhegan/Canaan KOA"! We hope you embrace the endless opportunities in Maine!"

People are what the business is all about at the Skowhegan KOA. Beth McCann admitted to being a "gabber" when asked what her favorite part of the campground business was. "We love having people here, and we really enjoy being with our campers," said Beth.

In 2002, partners Don Cloutier and Beth McCann invested in their KOA. They had looked at 24 other campgrounds in the New England area, but when they saw the Skowhegan campground, they knew it was the one. "When we drove down the driveway, we both said at the same time, "I love it!" said Beth.

Don and Beth run their campground with the help of Beth's teenage son, Nick, and their work campers. Don has worked extensively with children, and Beth has taken both clown and magic courses, so the two are people connoisseurs. "Sometimes I wear funny socks, shirts, and hats for fun; the kids get a kick out of it," said Beth.

According to Don and Beth, the campground has more and more people returning each year. The Skowhegan KOA is both an overnight campground, as well as a destination park. Visitors stay for as much or as little time as they choose. The country atmosphere is pleasant, and the activities are fun. "We have added theme weekends, hay wagon and trolley rides, and a fire truck. Whether people want to kick back and relax or get into the activities, they can do either," said Beth.

She added that customer service is very important because, "We have been campers longer than we have been campground owners, so we know what its like."

The campground is very family-oriented, and both Don's background and Beth's love for laughing have played a large role in the comfort and relaxation of a camper's stay.

"Thank you to all our wonderful guests over the last 12 years"!

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