General Campground Information

Check-in / Check-Out time:

A deposit will be taken at time of reservation. Payment in full due at time of check-in. We will produce a welcome packet including your printed receipt as well as an emailed copy.
We will meet and greet you at the Office, hand you the welcome packet and escort you to your site. 

Check In for RV Sites: 1:00 p.m. This gives us time to make ready and sanitize your site prior to your arrival.
Check In for Deluxe Cabins is 3:00 PM

Check out time for all sites is no later than 11:00 AM
Ask about our Late Stay Check Out for a small fee. Please check at the Office for availability.

General Store / Registration Office Hours:

Sunday - Wednesday: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday - Saturday: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm

Pool Hours:

Swimming Pool (Heated Memorial to Labor Day)
  • Pool hours are 10:00 a.m. to dusk.
  • NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. All swimming is at your own risk. Please provide your own life jackets.
  • No children under 12 years old shall be allowed to use the pool unless accompanied by a parent or guardian.
  • Pool parties are not allowed unless arrangements have been made at the office.
  • NO nude swimming by anyone at any age. Babies / Toddlers must use swim pants in the pool. Diapers are not allowed in the pool area.
  • Glass bottles, glass cups, or any glass containers or dishes are strictly prohibited in the pool area. It's a safety issue.
  • No food shall be allowed in the swimming pool itself.

Floats, rafts, or inflatable toys are allowed in the pool as long as it doesn't interfere with the enjoyment of others.

Pool Season is Memorial Day to Labor Day (may be extended weather permitting)

Laundry Hours:

Laundry Hours are open when the Registration Office is open.

Quiet Hours:

Quiet hours are from 10:00 p.m. to 8:00 a.m. The quality of rest and relaxation is important to all campers so please refrain from loud noises and disturbances during this period.

Music or other noise must not travel outside your designated site.

Children should be on their site or accompanied by a guardian after quiet hours.

BUG LIGHTS – BUG ZAPPERS - Electric bug lights / bug zappers must be turned off during quiet hours.
AREA FLOOD LIGHTS must be off during quiet hours to not bother the neighbors.

Fire Rules:

For a full list of fire safety rules, click HERE.

Every site has a fire ring. All fires must be kept in designated fire rings only. Firewood is available for only $7 per bundle at the store, and we'll even deliver it to your site. 

No cutting of firewood is permitted in the campground or abutting properties. All firewood brought into the campground must be removed before checkout. Firewood, kindling, and paper must be stored a minimum of 10' from the campfire ring. Only two weeks' worth (½ cord) of firewood shall be stored at any given time.

No transporting firewood across state lines. Purchase/use firewood from where you camp. Prevent the distribution of disease/pest.

Wildlife Awareness:

Connecting with nature and wildlife.  Various types of wildlife big and small may be found on and around this campground.  Be alert and give them distance and respect.  Keep dogs on a leash and properly store food, trash, and cooking supplies.    
Your safety and the future of wildlife depend on you.

Propane Fill:

Available during Office hours only. Users must check-in at the office. Rates are posted in the office and at the pump. A team member must inspect and fill all tanks. Tanks that are 100 lbs and under may not be older than 12 years per Maine regulations.

Cancellation Policy:

“We honor refunds per the KOA "Reservation Cancellation Guidelines" with a $10 fee to cover expenses. At Naples KOA, we value your friendship and repeat business. We understand, "Life happens". Please give us ample time per the national cancellation policy to fill the site and we will happily refund your deposit.  Please call ASAP if you must cancel. 
  • Cancellations are only valid by phone call. Call 207-693-5267 for all cancellations and refunds. 
  • RV and Tent sites: 48 hours cancellation notice is required.
  • All Cabins: 7 days cancellation notice required.
  • All Long Term Stays require 30-day cancellation notice.
  • All Group Reservations Require a 30 Day Cancellation notice.
  • All cancellations will incur a minimum $10 cancellation fee.
  • No call - No show - No refund 

We are here to help, However cancellations through Facebook posts, Messenger, Phone Text, Voice Mail, etc. are not valid cancellations and will not be refunded. You MUST speak with A staff Member to process your cancellation.  Thank you for understanding. Happy Trails.”

Golf Cart Policy:

Golf carts are allowed with prior approval from Management.


  • Proof of insurance on file at the Office.
  • Site number must be displayed on the windshield.
  • Lights (operational), windshield, roof, brakes
  • Governed speed
  • Speed limit is 5mph - violators will lose the right to operate their carts
  • Licensed operators only. Insurance company requirement
  • Failure to follow posted rules may result in loss of cart privileges.


Pet Policy:

We welcome you and your pet! We do require that pets be on a leash at all times. We ask that you clean up after your pet.  Dog bags and receptacles can be found throughout the campground.
Pets are always welcome in our cabins but if left unattended they must be in a crate. Pets are allowed in cabins for an additional fee but may not be left unattended. Campers are responsible for any damage their pets cause.

Vehicle Policy:

Registered vehicles only. Limit two vehicles allowed per campsite. Additional vehicles must be left in the visitor's parking lot.
All "Visitor" vehicles must have a mirror tag with the site number. Do not park on other campsites without asking about availability at the Office.

Visitor Policy:

Visitors are welcome! Any person or persons who are not named on the initial registration form as a “Registered Camper”, and who has entered the campground is considered a visitor. Please direct visitors to register at the registration office upon entry. Day visitors must check out and leave the campground by 9 p.m. unless registered as an overnight guest and have paid the applicable fee ($10.00). Overnight visitors must check out at the office and leave the campground by 11:00 a.m. or an additional fee may be applied to the following day. All sites have a maximum occupancy of 6 People.

Trash Policy:

Cameras monitor the disposal of trash by campers. DO NOT BRING TRASH FROM HOME.

Trash and Recycle Dumpsters are located at the bottom of the hill across from boat parking and adjacent to the propane fill station. WE RECYCLE – Single sort system

The RECYCLE dumpster is for newspapers, corrugated cardboard, returnable cans and bottles, white plastic milk, and water containers.

The TRASH dumpster is labeled TRASH. Household trash is only generated here while you camp.
DO NOT BRING TRASH FROM HOME. Trash is a major expense for us. Help us keep it to a minimum.

Metals and electronics like stereos and TVs go in the green wooden box. Speak to a KOA staff member in the registration office for details or more info.

Please RECYCLE and join us in being responsible stewards of our environment.

Speed Limit:


Safety is our #1 concern. A maximum speed of 5 miles per hour throughout the campground will be tolerated, including all vehicles, golf carts, bicycles, motorcycles, mopeds, scooters, or any other wheeled method of transportation.

We have many kids playing in our park. None to spare! Thanks for your consideration.

Cigarettes / Cigars / Smoking / Drugs:

The use or sale of any type of drug is strictly prohibited. Public use of marijuana is prohibited as Per Maine Statutes. 

Tobacco products may be used on your campsite or in one of the designated smoking areas that are located around the campground. 

Smoking of any kind, including electronic cigarettes and vaping, is prohibited in all other areas, including all campground buildings, rental units, at public gatherings, playgrounds, and within the pool areas.

Please do not throw or deposit cigarette or cigar butts on the grounds. The discarding of cigarette butts can be done in a neat & safe manner either by burning them or putting them in the proper receptacle containers.

Cigarette / cigar butts left on the ground is not healthy for children or animals. No chewing tobacco or snuff shall be used if such use involves spitting on the ground.

Sewer / Gray Water / Tank Valves:

State law prohibits the discharge of gray water or black water (sewer) on the ground or stored in containers. The Camper agrees that he / she shall not cause or allow black water or gray water to be emptied on the ground. Sink water or dishwater must be emptied in the sink outside the bathhouse or in the dump station. All sites have a sewer connection. Please use appropriately. Please do not dispose paper, clothing, sanitary napkins, grease, dog feces, rocks, food scraps, etc in our system. Thanks.

Firearms / Fireworks:

The use, display and possession of firearms, air arms, paint ball guns, fireworks, explosives or any type of weapon is
strictly prohibited. Violation of this rule may result in eviction.

Campers / Children:

Campers / Parents are responsible for the safety and behavior of their children, friends of their children and their guest at all times. Our goal is to make your camping experience safe, relaxing and a great deal of fun.
We look for your co-operation to attain that goal.

Children under 18 cannot be left to occupy the campsite overnight without adult supervision.

Children should be supervised after dark.

Maine Firewood Notice - Emergency Order

Emergency Order Restricting Transportation of Firewood Into the State of Maine

No person shall bring firewood into Maine unless it has been treated so that its core temperature has reached at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit for 75 minutes and is accompanied by a treatment certificate or label from a United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) qualified treatment facility, or similar documentation of treatment from an analogous state agency in accordance with the USDA Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) Treatment Manual, or from analogous Canadian authorities attesting such treatment. Any person stopped at the New Hampshire border with firewood who cannot demonstrate its prior treatment, or prove that the firewood originates from a local Maine source, may be required to turn such firewood over to Maine Bureau of Forestry officials.

WARNING: Persons with firewood that was not originally purchased in this State may be unknowingly transporting Asian long-horned beetles and/or emerald ash borers, insects that are highly destructive to forests. Unless your firewood has a treatment certificate or label, it should all be burned within 24 hours, or driven directly to Bureau of Forestry or Parks and Lands facility for responsible disposal. All camper firewood, brought into this campground is subject to inspection and potential confiscation by Maine Bureau of Forestry or Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands personnel.

Penalty. In accordance with 12 M.R.S. § 9701, any person who violates any requirement of this Emergency Order commits a civil violation for which a forfeiture not to exceed $1,000 may be adjudged. Each day of a violation shall be considered a separate offense.

RV Washing:

Due to ongoing Drought conditions Washing of motor homes or other vehicles is not allowed without express written permission from campground staff. No changing of fluid such as oil, gas, or antifreeze shall be allowed. No repairs shall be made to vehicles except emergency repairs.