All cabins require a minimum deposit of 1 night stay. All cabins are non refundable during July and August. The Cottage and Lodge are non refundable. Pets are allowed in the Cottage for a fee. NO PETS are allowed in the Lodge at any time. The Lodge is our only pet free cabin.
All tent sites are for 1 tent with a maximum of 4 people, 2 adults and 2 children.
When using the jump pad you are not allowed to have anything in your pockets and your shoes must be removed. There is no horsing around on the jump pad allowed. The campground is not responsible for any injuries, the jump pad is use at your own risk
NO LIFE GUARD ON DUTY - Pool hours are 10:00 a.m. to dusk. All swimming is at your own risk. Please provide your own life jackets. Swimming is not permitted during thunderstorms. No children under 15 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 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.
Check out is 11am. Please let us know by 9 am if you wish to day on site for an additional night. Check in time is 1pm.
DO NOT BRING TRASH FROM HOME. The dumpster is located across from the pavilion behind the fence with the bears on it. We do pick up trash daily between 10 am and 12 noon. Please leave your trash at the end of your site for us and please do not leave trash out overnight.Household trash 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.
Pets are welcome. All pets must have a current rabies vaccination and you are required to bring a copy of the current vaccination at the time of registration. There is a fee of $5.00 per dog per day in our cabins and cottage. No animals are allowed in the Lodge. All animals must be on a leash at all times. They must not be left outside unattended at anytime. Owners are to pick up after their pet whether in their site or around the park. Please note: Pets are not allowed in the main building, bathrooms, laundry, showers, arcade, pool or café.
All personal property brought into the campground is at the Registered Camper’s risk and campground management shall bear no responsibility for the damage, loss or theft of such property. All campers assume the responsibility of maintaining proper insurance on their camper & personal property. We are not responsible for any damage to any camper or personal property for any reason including an act of God (i.e. wind, lightning, hail, fallen branches, trees, etc.) accident, fire or vandalism.
Check-in time, for all campers, is no earlier than 1:00 p.m. Check-in before the scheduled time may require the payment of an additional fee. Check out time, for all campers, is no later than 11:00 a.m. Sites must be vacant and clean or a site cleaning fee may apply. We have Late Stay Check out for a small fee. Please check at the Office for availability.
Each visitor must stop at the office to register and pay the applicable fee. 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!
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. All stereos, radios, TV, instruments or other noise-making devices must be turned off during this time and voices kept to a whisper. Gauge: If you can hear it as I walk by it’s too loud! Please lower voices after 10 PM. Remember, your voice carries. Any conversations, joke telling, story telling, laughter etc. shall be kept to a low volume to not bother other campers. During non-quiet hours the Registered Camper or guest shall not operate any radio, stereo, TV, instruments or other noise-making device at such an unreasonable volume level to be a disturbance to any other campers. 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.
Please be courteous and turn off area lights or flood lights by 10 pm
We welcome you to our campground and ask that you follow a few simple rules. 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. We are a family friendly park. Thank you.
Helmets and safety equipment required for children to age 16. State law. No riding after dark. Must use caution, especially when people are walking. No jumping or trick riding except in bike park / trail. No skateboards in any building or pool area. Maine law requires that all children under the age of 16 years must wear safety equipment to include a helmet. Please take all actions necessary to minimize the potential for injury and make your camping experience as safe as possible.
We promote the use and enjoyment of campfires. With guidelines: Must be contained in the fire ring. Maximum 3 feet high. NO bonfires. No burning of trash or pallets with nails. We clean fire pits. Broken glass, nails, debris, etc will result in an additional fee. No fires shall be left unattended and must be extinguished before retiring or leaving the site. Have a hose or fire suppression equipment available and handy. Safety first! Firewood available at the Office / Store. We deliver! No firewood from out of State. It's the law! Prevent the possible spread of disease or infestations. Buy wood where you camp.
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. Please NO smoking in the Pool or Play Ground area or in any building, cabin or gatherings where children are present. Thank you.
The use or sale of any type of drug is strictly prohibited. Illegal activities are not tolerated. Violation of this rule will result in immediate eviction and removal of your personal effects and we will notify the authorities and there will be no refund.
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 will result in immediate eviction and removal of your personal effects and we will notify the authorities.
Firewood is sold at the store. 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 week’s 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.
The use of any equipment or facilities of the campground by any person is at that person’s risk. The registered Camper agrees to indemnify and hold the campground owners harmless from any loss, cost, or damage incurred by it as a result of the activities of the registered Camper, his family members, invitees and guests.
Family gatherings are fun! We encourage family gatherings although they must be maintained at a level that is not disturbing to the neighboring sites. A gathering of 8 people or more must register at the office to discuss your plans. The Pavilion area is available to those who reserve the dates.
Pets are welcome but are required to be leashed at all times. Maximum two pets per site. All pets must be registered and have copies of current Rabies Certificate on file at the Office. Visitors may NOT bring their pets. Registered guests only. Pet waste must be picked up immediately. A $20 fee will be imposed to pick up your pet’s waste. Second offense, eviction. Pet owners have a high level of responsibility - and we take it seriously. No pets are allowed in the Pool area, Store or any playground area or to roam around freely at ANY time. Pets are not to be left unattended anytime.
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. Many folks leave their gray water (sinks and tub) valves open when connected to our sewer hookup. Although this practice is convenient it's not healthy. When this valve is open sewer (methane) gasses can travel from our septic system through the valve, into your empty tank and up through the breather pipe exiting your roof. Methane gas is heavy and will settle on your site and sites around you. Not pleasant to say the least. Please keep all valves closed until you are ready to empty your tanks. Do not dispose paper, clothing, sanitary napkins, grease, dog feces, rocks, food scraps, etc in our system. Thanks.
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 site number. Washing of motor homes or other vehicles is not allowed. No changing of fluid such as oil, gas or antifreeze shall be allowed. No repairs shall be made to vehicles except emergency repairs. Do not park on other campsites without asking availability at the Office.
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."