Beautiful location. Our tow vehicle broke down here and we couldn't have been stranded in a nicer place. Next door neighbors offered to drive us into town to buy food. We were able to extend our stay twice but had to move sites both times. Renting kayaks and getting out on Lake Tahoe was a highlight of a long trip.
Under new ownership. This is their second season and they have been working nonstop year round to really re-do this campground. Seasonal sites as well as ample nightly/weekly spaces, including 50 amp pull throughs. Heated pool opening Memorial Day weekend. Plenty of sun, shade, room for the kids to roam and bike (adjacent to elementary school for even more biking area and playground/ball fields). Backs up to conservation land hiking trails. Convenient for day trips to Bangor, Bar Harbor and DownEast Maine and right off the main road, but without much noise. Rear baths were gutted this winter and completely replaced. Cafe/ice cream shop/store totally redone. New playground structure has arrived. We have the furthest back site and still have good Wi-Fi without onerous limits--way above average. Most seasonal guests are home owners in the local area or are snowbirds. We live in "Vacationland" and still choose to make this place our summer home. Renewed pride in the appearance of the entire place was evidence on opening weekend when guests all pitched in with raking and fallen wood removal. Our family camped all over the U.S. (from ME to CA to AK and back) for 2 months in 2013 with our three kids (10-14) and we couldn't be prouder to have this as our hometown campground. Rate reflects seasonal rate.