General Campground Information

Open Dates

The 2022 Season will open from May 6th to Oct 10th. 
Reservations for 2022 may be made 11 months in advance of the month you would like to book.
The 2023 Season will open from May 5th to October 9th.

Check in and Check Out

Check-in for RV sites and Tent Sites is 3 pm
Check-in for Cabins and Airstreams is 4:00 pm.

Check-out for Deluxe Cabins, Airstreams, and Camping Cabins is 10:00 am
RV and Tent sites check-out is 11:00 am

Late check-out may be available for an additional fee. Please check at the office.

Cancellation Policy

  • Canceling your holiday is rarely a happy event... but if you must, for any reason, please call us direct at the campground at 207.288.3520.  We will happily refund your deposit less a $10 dollar processing fee when you call us at least 2 days prior to your planned arrival for RV and Tent sites and 7 Days prior for Cabins and Airstreams.   
  • Of course, special occasions may have special rules, so there may be additional requirements groups, holidays or hot deals. 
  • Don't want to pay the processing fee?  Become a VIP VKR member.  Ask us how.

Quiet Hours

Quiet hours are from 10:00pm - 7:00am. Please respect your neighbors by keeping noise volumes to a minimum during these hours & outside lights dim or off.   Disrespectful guests may be asked to leave the campground.

Pet Policy

We are very pet-friendly. We accept all well-behaved pets regardless of breed. Pets must be kept on a leash or lead no longer than 8ft and picked up after. Pets may not be left unattended at sites. Excessive barking or squawking is also prohibited. Pets other than dogs, cats, or birds must be preapproved prior to being brought on to the grounds.  Pets are allowed in all tent and RV sites and predesignated Cabins and Airstreams.

Fire Rules

For a complete list of fire safety rules, please click on the link:

Laundry Hours

Available 24 hrs, 7 days a week unless otherwise posted on the door.

Propane Fill

Available during all operating hours at the main office unless raining

Golf Cart / ATV / Scooter Policy

Must be of legal age to drive a motorized vehicle in the state of Maine.  Motorized carts, scooters, or boards of any kind must be registered, follow all camp rules, and be able to be parked on your own site.

Ocean Swimming

Please feel free to play, swim, splash, and float in the Western Bay.  It is best to access the water via Pebble Beach or Sunset Patio unless of course, you have been fortunate to reserve a waterfront site.  If not, please refrain from cutting through your neighbor's site.

Remember swimming is at your own risk. There is no lifeguard on duty.

Speed Limit

5 mph

Firewood: Save our forest for the next generation, Buy Local

The State of Maine has instituted a ban on importing wood unless treated and/or certified by the appropriate authority.   Two wood-boring insects, the emerald ash borer (EAB) and the Asian long-horned beetle (ALB), have the potential to destroy Maine's forests. The introduction of these or similar insects into Maine would adversely affect wildlife habitat and other forest-based resources and is common in many US States and Canadian Provinces.

After Hours / Emergency Number

207-288-3520  Ext 4

Meet Your Hosts

Barbie Fallon and Ruth House

Peace, Love, and Camping.

Growing up in the emerald necklace that surrounds Cleveland, Ohio gave Barb Fallon her love of hiking, biking, and all forms of water sports. Summer there meant camping, mainly in the Ohio Valley or the Allegheny Mountains.

Barbie's fondest camping memory is of a seven-day bicycle/camping trip from Gainesville, Florida to Gainesville, Georgia. “Without a doubt, the Georgia Mountains are great,” says Barbie, “but it is people that camp make a trip wonderful.” Six days in, after a particularly rainy and tiring day of peddling up the road, the group set up camp in the Oconee Nat'l Forest. “Our camping neighbor found out it was my birthday and built me a campfire cake,” Barbie recalls. “Cozy and warm, we toasted to my birthday, to our new friends, and a few marshmallows. I still keep in touch with them to this day.”

Though she hails from the Midwest, she migrated south after school and eventually, she and her wife Ruth joined the KOA team. Their path to Bar Harbor has come full circle, as work campers, they started in Bar Harbor and Marco Island / Naples KOA. Barbie then went into KOA's Manager Trainee program. She managed Kissimmee Florida KOA followed by Trinity Lake KOA in California, earning a President's Award in 2012 and a Founder's Award in 2013!

Since then Barbie took on the role of General Manager returning to where it started... Bar Harbor / Oceanside and Bar Harbor / Woodlands KOAs, and in 2015 she and Ruth are very excited to have earned the distinction of earning the Founder's Award for both parks followed by Manager of the Year! Not an easy feat in a short season.