General Campground Information
RV and Cabin Sites
Tent site policy
Check In / Check Out Times
Check Out Time: 11:00AM
Check Out and Check In Times are in place to allow our staff time to clean, prep, maintain and repair items in sites and / or cabins in between departures and arrivals. Please plan you travel accordingly as to not leave late or arrive early.
Early arrivals and / or Late checkouts will be subject to additional fees.
** If you wish to extend your stay, please notify the Front Desk before 9AM or earlier on the day of departure.
Check IN - Check OUT - Late Stay Check Out
Visitor's Policy - We Welcome Visitors!
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. Registered Campers who have visitors that are not registered will be charged the visitor's fee for their guest according to the scheduled rates. Failure to register Visitors and / or Guest will result in a $10.00 penalty fee in addition to the regular fee. There may be no more than 6 people registered to one site at any given time, either on a transient basis or seasonal basis. Day visitors must checkout and leave the campground by 9 p.m. unless registered as an overnight guest and have paid the applicable fee. Overnight visitors must check out at the office and leave the campground by 11:00 a.m. or an additional fee may be applied. State Law requires us to know who is in the campground and on premises at all times. Thank you!
Parties / Gatherings
Quiet Hours 10 pm- 8 am
Area Lights/ Flood lights/Awning Lights
Please keep your campsite clean, please put trash into plastic bags and dispose of it in the dumpster. For your convenience we will collect trash that is out at the end of your site by 9 am.
No smoking in any buildings or cabins. Dumping of grey water is against the law. Please do not put nails, clotheslines or gas lanterns on our trees. Please use fire rings located at your site. Please do not move fire ring and please never leave a fire unattended. Please obey posted pool rules and hours. There is NO lifeguard on duty, no children under the age of 15 can be in the pool unsupervised. Please confine alcohol consumption to your site. Please conceal all bottles and cans. There is NO drug use allowed on the property, including Marijuana. We are a family friendly park. Thank you.
Bicycles / Skateboards
Cigarettes / Cigars / Smoking
Drugs, Paraphernalia, Illegal activity
Firearms / Fireworks
Sewer / Gray Water / Tank Valves
Vehicles / RV Wash
Meet Your Hosts
Welcome to the Skowhegan / Kennebec Valley KOA! We hope you embrace the endless opportunities in Maine!September 4, 2014 was a lucky day in many ways for Jeff and Melanie Peterson. It signified their tenth wedding anniversary and the day they signed the final paperwork to purchase the Skowhegan/Kennebec Valley KOA. "We'd been dreaming of that day for five years," says Jeff. I've been an avid camper most of my life, my son and I our both Eagle Scouts and Melanie and I have camped since we got married. A few years ago, after spending time at the Saco / Old Orchard Beach KOA and getting to know the owners there, we realized that it was exactly what we needed to be doing. Over the next 5 years, the Connecticut couple looked for campgrounds in the Southeastern U.S. When they learned the Skowhegan / Kennebec Valley was on the market, however, they instinctively felt it was the one for them. Several months later, they were handed the keys to their dream."We were a little nervous, coming to a small town," Jeff says. "But everyone has been so welcoming; they're willing to really support us and help us out. They're excited about us being here and so are we."