General Campground Information
Children 16 and under MUST be accompanied by an adult
No smoking and no pets in pool area
Check-In / Out Times
11 AM Check-out
We will try to accommodate guests that need a later check out or earlier check in time. Please call the office to arrange (207) 532-6739 or 1 (888) 562-9673
Dogs must be kept on leashes when outside their owners' vehicles or accommodations. Do not leave a dog tethered outside unattended.
We do provide a K9 park for our furry friends to let loose and get some exercise without having to be on a leash.
Please make sure to pick up after your pet - no one wants to step in a pile - not even you.
We love our pets but please be conscious of the campers around you. If your pet is too vocal and cannot be controlled, you will be asked to find new accommodations.
Visitors will be charged $5.00 for the day or night. Parties must be approved by office. A party consists of a group of 4 guests or more.
Tenants must be on property at all times and be responsible for guests. Guest hours are from 9am till 9pm. All guests must be off property by 9pm. No visitor shall bring a pet on property.
You may enjoy your campfire but please be respectful of other campers.
Please do not throw butts on the ground
Please, no blankets, sleeping bags, shoes or heavy items allowed in washer or dryers. Do not over load machines
Holiday Cancellation Policy
Meet Your Hosts
The best memories are made camping.We believe that camping brings family together and when you are camping, we are all family!
We started out tenting when we were high school sweethearts and continued when we had our first son. Funny story...we were tenting in Bar Harbor and in the middle of the night something had gotten into the screen room of our tent. We were thinking it was a bear and that was pretty scary. We were hoping our new little one would stay sleeping and not make a peep - luckily he did. We took our shoelaces and tied the zipper together, so whatever was out there couldn't get in to our room. Well, when morning arrived and we ventured out, we realized it was raccoons that had invaded our tent and strew all of our food around the campsite. LOL
We have upgraded from a tent to a pop-up, then on to an older motor home that his parents gave us, on to a fifth wheel and enjoyed every minute of it. The boys even enjoyed camping in our own yard. So many memories that will last a lifetime. We hope to bring amazing memories to your family as well.