Rate is Good Sam. What a gem! Extra big, huge sites (talking about the pullthrus), backins were huge too. We stayed at site 34. Super maintained, nice grass. WiFi is free and very good. Reception on the antenna great. Very quiet and beautiful views of the Columbia river. The train is beside the campground but you only hear the engines. Normally we avoid camps with trains nearby but this did not bother us at all. We sure will come back.
Quiet, great! This campground is perfect maintained, great managers, very welcoming. Parking is on gravel, with gravel patios on the pull thrus, and back ins on the lake have grass. Lake is small and quiet. No motors allowed on the lake. Camp has a nice beach with a shared fire pit with wood provided by the campground. WiFi is weak (free), Cable is good (free). Not much to do for kids. Lots of longstayers but with great rigs. We sure come back over here!
They take good care of this park. Very quiet at night, no traffic noise or whatever. Most of the pull-through sites have a little grass area; you park on gravel. Clean and nice (fenced) pool. The back-ins have beautiful views of the red cliffs. Convenient near Capitol Reef National Park. Wi-Fi is free but when park is full very bad! Good reception on your antenna. We will come back when traveling by. They have AAA/Good Sam discount.
We had a Rally over here (35 is rally rate), booked in January for April to be sure to be together with the other rigs! We were all over the place and not together. The campground was not full at all. They were working on the cabins and outdoor swimming pool. WiFi is Tengo, free but very bad! Cable is free and good. Long gravel pull thrus with little concrete patio. A lot of Interstate noise and trains! Great surroundings, but we will not come back to this Campground, too expensive for what they offer and too much traffic noise.
We stayed here under our RPI membership for $15, but they allow overnighters. New managers who are very friendly people and take good care of the place. Cozy clubhouse. The sites are not very long, but long enough for our 35 ft. rig. Plenty of space to park your car. The sites are very wide, a big grassy site next to all of them, parking on gravel, and shade of big trees. Quiet at night (and day) even if the highway is close. Great views. Free WiFi and good reception on your antenna. We sure will come back.
What a great Escapees park, you have - if you are an Escapees member - to go here. Free very good Wi-Fi, good reception on the antenna. Very good drinking water. Nice big sites, easy back-ins - some gravel some with concrete patios. They are all owned by someone who let you stay on their lot. The people living here are so cool, they help you with everything. In the middle of the desert, so it can get HOT but this is a gem!. Very pretty clubhouse, The Ranch, with all facilities. We will sure be back.
We have been here before. Traffic noise is unfortunately getting worse but still a good place to be for a couple of days. Just used our earplugs. You pay $20 for 30 amp, and $22 for 50 amp. A good deal. They water their trees with the grey water you are allowed to dump next to the trees. (They need it!) No Wi-Fi, good TV reception on the antenna. Lots of long stayers but that is not a big deal, as they only occupy half the campground! A $10 fee for making a reservation is a lot of money but still we will come back.
Friendly staff. Good place to camp for a few days to visit Capitol Reef and Cortez. You get a $5 gift to play in the casino (we gambled and won our first night stay back!). We camped on the Passport America rate so 50% off. They allow you to stay on this rate as long as you want, the only thing you have to pay every day, no problem for us. Big pull-throughs, large trees, little grass (needs some TLC). Pool and restrooms where still closed. Free Wi-Fi, weak but at the office it worked fine for us. Cable so-so. We will come back.
A great place, but a little expensive for what they offer. The Wi-Fi is free and very bad, only good at the office. Cable is free and good. Some sites are very narrow and it will take some time to put your rig in so you can open your slides, some are big and with nice well kept grass in between, but they have to do something to make the facilities better up for the rates they ask. The people working here are very nice and helpful. And the location is of course great, good biking in the city park and if you like fishing this is the place. We will come back.
Second time we have been here, great place, level big sites. Cable is free and great, Tengo is free and very bad.... You can hop on your bike and ride the great trail along the river, it is awesome, you just bike into the Alamo and the missions. Bus stop next to the campground. One night on PPA, 50%. We will come back again.
Just passing through we found this very convenient, big pull thrus, gravel sites, little grass and they have also big backins. Just a little walk from the Colorado river. We stayed on PassPort America but 50% was $ 24??, it was oké with us. Very nice owners. Free good HD Cable, Free Tengo Internet, but it didn't work on our spot, you have to go to the office. The grounds look well kept. We will come back.
This was the closest we ever camped near an Interstate, but what a nice place to be for one night. You can hear the Interstate, but at night just a little. Very friendly owners, big pull thrus, free Wi-Fi, free good cable. Gravel, level sites with nice grass in between. The little town is a real wild, western sleepy town. You must see it, great to walk through after a long day on the road. They have PPA and when passing by we will sure come back.
Good free Wi-Fi, but the campground was nearly empty, for us it worked great. Cable $ was very good. Gravel sites with grass, little bit tight to make our turn with our 35 ft. fifth wheel, but they have also an upper part with trees and all big pull thrus. It was our own decision to stay on the lower part for the view. Great location to go to the Devils Tower. Used PPA, we sure would come back.
What a great place!, Beautiful setting and a great look on Scotts Bluff Monument. Free Wi-Fi, $ Cable (very good) and large concrete level pull thrus. The roads are a little tight to make turns without hitting the grass. Tables and concrete patio. They have Good Same rate. Very quiet, no highway noise. Great folks taking care of the place, it looks spotless, we sure come back again.
Wi-Fi is good and free, no cable but we’ve got a few good channels on our antenna. The sites are level and gravel. They are trying to let some grass grow and trees, but it will take some time. Fifty amp, good water pressure, but a strange color, you need a filter or use your tank. Don’t use the water without, it is red! Large big pull thrus, enough space to put your slides out and leave your tow vehicle hitched. The owners are very friendly and helpful and are upgrading the sites. Little highway noise, but not much during nighttime. Good location to do shopping, sightseeing. We stayed two days with PPA. If we are in the neighborhood we will surely come back.
Came in for one night, stayed four. Don't let the railroad foul you, no trains on this track. Very quiet at night. Cable is great, Wi-Fi has a strong signal but is very bad, drops more out. Big spots and great for big rigs. If you want you don't have to unhitch. Parked on gravel, next to grass. Very nice owners, easy driving through park. Clean and easy access from the interstate. Great for visiting the great city of Great Falls. Wallmart and shops nearby. Very interesting things to visit, Lewis and Clark etc. nearby.
Would give this a ten if they had free WiFi, it is Tengo: good but pricy. Cable is not good, but via our Antenna we had good HD reception. Long, pull through sites paved with a little grassy area next to your spot. Very narrow sites but they have a made nice privacy with trees in between every spot. Very quiet and convienient for visiting Seattle and the attractions. When visiting the area we will come back. Be sure to make reservations: it is a busy park.
Just 15 minutes drive from downtown Las Vegas. Long pull throughs, concrete with grass. WiFi is not free ($7 a day!!) but good. Cable is free. Ask for a spot far away from the Interstate, then it is quiet. Little shade, we stayed during a heatwave, so AC on day and night. Great pool for children and separate for adults only. We payed $22 with PPA. Will come back when visiting Las Vegas.
Very big sites, long and spacious. Gravel and some flowers near the site. Cable and WiFi free and very good. The campground is rather new and they are working on it. Convenient near Mount St. Helens and just 9 miles of the I5. Very quiet. We stayed with PPA for $17.50. We sure will come back.
It would have gotten a ten if they had free WiFi and cable. WiFi and cable worked very good. We did not use the showers - they look good - but you have to pay! When you are on a campground this pricy they should be free. Extremely big and width sites, very friendly staff. Beautiful pool (in and outside) and hot tubs. Great views.
We stayed in the ´cheapest´ section. Long pull throughs, but extremely narrow. Gravel sites with grass. We were lucky with no neighbors, otherwise, it is tiny when having your slides or awning out. When you pay $65 you have a nice view on the bay (and the oil refinery) and big sites. Clean and very friendly staff. Free WiFi and excellent cable. During day time lots of freeway noise, road just next to the campground, at night little noise.
New name is Seascape RV Park. Don't let the picture fool you, they are surrounded by a first class campground. This one is small, but on the same walking distance and the same beach of Pacific City. They have big pull throughs, 62 ft long, but just 18 ft width. Gravel/little grass. The back ups are filled with long stayers (older campers. Wi-Fi is free, not so fast. Cable was snowy. Very quiet day and night. Great for a couple of days and much cheaper than the neighbours. Good Sam discount. Needs a little TLC. When in the neighborhood, we will stay here again.
This is a great park, very quiet and big pull throughs. Wi-Fi is free and good. Cable is good. Quiet during day and night, just on the lake. The part where they put us was paved, table, fire pit and nice green grass. The older part (they call it central) is gravel with grass. Lots of longstayers over there and some of them with very, very, old RV's who couldn't drive one mile anymore. We did not have any problems with that part. Ask for a spot in the executive part. We stayed with PPA and would come back if visiting Oregon Dunes.
Not a very fancy spot, but great for a stopover and quiet during night. We stopped when it was in the 98F, so where very happy with the big trees. Large pull throughs. We did not unhitch, big long sites. Very good Wi-Fi. Got lots of channels on our antenna. Seems to be a great spot for exploring the mountains with a quad. When passing by we will stop.
Don't pay for TV, you have good reception on your antenna. Good free Wi-Fi. If you ask you get a fire pit. Beautiful half open swimming pool, nice views. Great place to visit Lake Tahoe and surrounding mountains. You don't hear the traffic noise even though the road is just next to the campground. They have the cheapest diesel we had for a long time, just at the entrance. Sites are on small concrete slabs. When you drive a big rig it is a little difficult to park but they escort you to the site and help you with everything. Friendly and helpful people. We will come back.
Beautiful quiet place to stay for a while. Nice big trees. The sites are one beautiful grass. You need a little levelling on your front or rear, but you are in the mountains. We don't fish, but it must be heaven for those that fish. Nice little town on walking distance. A lot to see when driving around. A few long stayers, but the place is kept very well and tidy. Very nice owners. Wi-Fi only at the office or if you are parked near, but very fast. A few channels on our antenna. We will sure come back.
Kamp Klamath is the second campground you will find on this road. Just drive past the first one and you will find this great spot. It is a great place to stay for RVs and tenters. You are sheltered of the wind and the mist and you are surrounded with beautiful trees. The owner and the people who are working on this campground are great and make you feel at home. For tenters, they have a beautiful grass sites and also for the RVs you have your own grass spot and table. Nice trees everywhere. Just a short bike/hike or drive to the ocean where you can see the Klamath flowing into the ocean. From the beach you can see seals, whales and many birds. There is no reception on the antenna, Wi-Fi is not to fast but sufficient and at night it is very, very quiet. We will sure come back.
Rate is based on the monthly rate with electric. Good sometimes slow WiFi. Cable is good, also TV reception with an antenna. No site tables. They are building a swimming pool on the grounds but we used the one at the hotel for free, perfect place. Very quiet during daytime and night. Some weekenders, but when we stayed the season had not really started. Everything looks (and is) perfectly maintained. We stayed at the lower loop and had a nice view on a dessert garden. Friendly staff. We will come back.
We stayed here for 4 days. Perfect place, silent during day and night. Used 2 of our coupons, second day half price, so extended after two days. WiFi only at hotel and information center. Lots of birds, javelinas. Pull-throughs are good, some are a little better for a big rig, but they know at the front desk. Even cable at the full hookups. Perfect we will come back.
Perfect place to stay with big pull throughs, good Wi-Fi, great swimming pool, great views during the day and on dark nights. It was very quiet. They fight with the drought but still the few trees are green. Perfect to visit Big Bend Nat'l Park and do not forget to visit Big Bend State Park. It's a 'must do'. We will sure come back.
On our way to Big Bend National Park we stopped for one night on this campground. Very big pull thrus so you can leave your car on the back or in the front. Level spaces and in the evening, if you ask, they make a nice fire in a central fireplace. Very romantic. Dark skies at night. There are trains just near the road and they make noise, but it was not to bad. We sure come back if we have to make a stop over. Rate was PPA.
Well maintained park. You have to pay a (one-time) registration fee and you have to pay to get Wi-Fi. They have about 30 pull thrus and a beautiful lake. There are some prime sites you can reserve, others first come. They have 50 amp. A section on this park called Comfort cove is open year-round with full service. We will come back.
We stayed here with PPA membership. It is nothing fancy, nothing to do, and one big grassy lot. Most are back in sites. Lots of long stayers. OK for overnight, needs a lot of work to make this a real campground.
Nice owner. Was very helpful to get us settled. Very good (free) Wi-Fi, but that is it. Next to the freeway with lots of noise. Everything is run down with bad internal roads and cracked pavement on the sites. We stayed here with PPA. We will not come back.
PPA rate. Very friendly owners/managers. Sites are a bit dusty, but not to bad as long as people don't drive to fast. Coming in on a one way road, but no problem for us. Large pond with many ducks. Campground was quiet, but it was slow season Wi-Fi was slow. Great for a few days or overnight. Be sure to get good directions. We will come back.
Different rates for the sites, we had a monthly so just ask rate at that moment. Great place, right on the beach, quiet during winter season but be sure to phone ahead to see if there is a spot available. We loved the sound of the surf day and night. We will come back for sure!
Great owners. They make wonderful fresh products, be sure to buy some (and they let you taste first!) They are animal lovers and it shows. Campground is great for overnight or a few days and is situated underneath Pecan trees. We could pick as much pecans as we could find. Big pull through sites and everything worked well. Had good WiFi. We noticed no road noise. Sure we will be back.
Beautiful campground. Has very steep road down to the main campground, be sure to drive carefully because of the speed bumps. Big pull through sites on main camp, well maintained. Along the road down, there are also sites, but that must be terrible in summer. We were here at closing season. Access to the river must be fun in summer. We will come back.
We where here just for closing season but they had still some beautiful pull through sites open. Big sites but some spots are a little difficult to get in and out because of the trees. But we managed well, and are not that experienced. Park is well maintained and just around the corner from Radium Hot Springs (3 miles). We sure will come back. Free WiFi at the Visitor Center downtown. Just be aware: the road to this campground appears all of a sudden, and is very poorly marked! It is just left passing (or before) the visitor center, outside the Park boundaries.
No Wi-Fi. Nice level pull throughs, but half of the campground is closed due to renovation (already almost for 2 years). So be sure if you want full hookups to be there early. The renovation will take much longer, and they put loose gravel everywhere so when we were there in a dry spell in the renovated area (if open!) you cannot see your neighbors when people drive around. Old section is great and with tar streets, much better. We would stay in the old section without a doubt.
Trains, driving next to the grounds; if you like them you must come here! Some night they blow you of the campground, just crazy. The grounds are well kept, very good Wi-Fi and Cable, near the casinos, and if you are on the pull throughs you can see the Gulf. No road noise. The city of Biloxi should do something about the trains blowing the city awake. Otherwise this camp would get a 8. Friendly reception.
Nothing fancy, but wide and long pull throughs, great views of the surrounding mountains in the distance. Grassy sites and nice fire pits. Very friendly staff. Just 25 km from Golden and 50 km from Yoho. Very quiet, almsot no noise of road or trains! Good value for money, we stayed here with PPAmerica discount. Certainly will come back when passing by.
Very friendly owners, near the Columbia River, 25 minutes walk to downtown Revelstoke and very close to Revelstoke Nat'l park. Nice biking on level grounds around town. Park is very well maintained. No noise of highway but train nearby, did not bother. WiFi oké, cable good. Big pull throughs for big rigs on grass. Good for a stopover or a few days. No special rates. If we are near we will sure come back.
A real family campground, beautiful, located near the Dry Falls and on the lake. Nice biking in the state park. We camped in the new section with big pull-thrus, section beginning with 2. Only bad thing, we looked behind on a lot of working garbage. NO Wi-Fi, only at the reception. Pricey, if you compare it with the state park, they have all the facilities (no Wi-Fi but were is the difference!) and cheaper. We would consider if we ever want to come back.
Great views over the mountains and lake. Nice little camp and very quiet. Just what we where looking for. Sites are very long and 25 ft wide, we think spacious considering other camps in Canada or in the area. No accommodations, just one dryer and washer; no problem for us. Good cable, Wi-Fi so-so, but overall good. We came for a week, stayed a month. Ask for special price. 4 km to WalMart and other shops, nice biking, and great beaches. We will come back.
Very well looked after campground, very nice owners. A pity they want to sell, if you are interested: it is a good place and a beautiful spot on the river. Sites are a little bit small but the pull-throughs are long enough. Near the main road but no noise at night. Beautiful flowers everywhere.
Park is very big, only few pull through sites available. Spots can be unlevel. We noticed throughout the park that the tables were very dirty, some spots not well cleared. No free Wi-Fi, you have to pay $5 a day or $16 a week for Tengo. We think the park is much too expensive, but they are the only full service park near Mt. Hood.
Chose to stay in B-loop if you want a big thru, nice views and a great grass patio. It is not allowed to make a fire or charcoal-BBQ. A very nice swimming pool and large Golf course on walking distance. During night it is very quiet. It has good WiFi. We stayed here for a week.
Very well maintained park, spots are big, you can park your car next to your trailer on the same spot. 80% is long stayer/workers. They give you places in front of the park. Good location for biking, on the greenbelt (25 mile) and visiting Boise. We were near the office, great Wi-Fi but sometimes it seems we where on a highway, the traffic in and out the campground is heavy! At night quiet. We will come back when in the area.
We didn't stay here, but just checked this place out while travelling across the USA. This place is good for one night stay. The places are like a parking lot and much too far off the interstate to be worthwhile. If they left one space open/clear between the sites, it would be all right to stay a week or so, but otherwise it is terrible. Nice park, but it needs a lot to make it into a gem. Hope someone clears the place up, it would be a nice spot if taken care of!
We payed one night PPA 50% discount, but if you don't have PPA it is a good place to stay for a one or two nights. Walking distance to Snake River. Convenient just of the Interstate, near gas-station. Unfortunately Pizza oven was broke when we came in. Good big sites, all pull thoughts, escort to site, and friendly staff. Inside almost no interstate noise, just put on your AC. We will come back.
Clean, well maintained park, nice pool. Pull throughs are small, but good enough for one night. Park looks like a big paved parking lot with green grass in between. Expensive Utah liquor store in walking distance. Campground is just off the Interstate and if you don't mind train noise two times a night (it runs 20 feet on the other site) it is a good place and convenient of the interstate. 60% is worker or long stay.
Very nice campground to stay and visit Arches and Moab. Just a few miles out of town and of the main road. Quiet during day and nigh and we found the sites not narrow at all. Fair space with a table, trees and grass! Friendly staff, good Wi-Fi and we will come back here for sure.
New owners, new management, a great place to stay for a couple of days or longer. Very quiet during day and night. Good WiFi. Many summerhouses very well maintained and still a lot of sites for vacationers. Very friendly staf, they escort you to the site. Ground is close to the lake(500 ft) and it is 20 ml. to Durango. Worthwhile to come to. We will come back.
Don't go here if you have an RV over 30 ft. The pull-throughs (and back-ins) are very cramped and there is no room to move around your space if your slides are out, and there are a lot of low hanging trees. BUT if you are tenting, or have a small coach/trailer this is a beautiful place. Very nice swimming pool, old trees, nice and quiet and about 10 minutes downtown Santa Fe. Staff is nice but they have to refuse reservations for big rigs. Wi-Fi was great and fast at our spot.
Very well maintained park, beautiful pool, clean and nice to cool off in the desert. We were surprised about how the park is situated, as it is so close to the I-40 it is quiet because it is situated lower then the street. Easy pull-throughs, big trees. Good to stay for a couple of days to explore the surroundings. We will sure come back.
Expensive, but we used PPA. It's 16 miles to Carlsbad Caverns and 2 miles to Walmart. This park has a lot of oil workers, but it is not a bother. Big lots and it is well maintained. It is not a beautiful situated park. It is like a big parking lot but with big grown trees and some spaces do have grass. We sure would stay here for one night again. For tents, they keep the grass nice and green even in this drought. The pool was still closed, but when we were there they starting to fill it. Very friendly owners/keepers. They have a RV shop/repair next door and they will come to your site to work on your rig.
Friendly people, big site and a lot of space. While we were here it was quiet. Easy access to State Park and Fort Davis National Park. Not a very good sign on the road but you cannot miss it. Quiet at night, no road noise. Beautiful night skies. We stayed here three nights.
Well maintained park, many longtermers (boaters) and winter Texans. Near Amistad Lake and Del Rio. Easy access from road, quiet at night. We stayed for two days with Passport America. Sure will come here again.
We just checked out the place and did not stay there, in the middle of town. Tiny tiny pull-throughs, but as we visited there was nobody. People told us they put rigs with one place in between. Still not much of a place to go to, need a lot of attention. Back-ins are next to a gravel road so very dusty at the campground. Place needs a lot of improvement.
This is a beautiful and clean campground with large pullthroughs and backups. It is very well maintained and taken care of. You can bike into San Antonio along the rio. As we were there they were still working on it, it will be completed end 2013. Bus stop into downtown is across the street from the campground. Worth while to stay. We camped here with PPA 50% discount. We will come back for sure.
Nice park to stay at with PPA discount. Many snowbirds and long stayers. Spaces are cramped, but for a couple of days it is OK. Nice swimming pool, and good distance to Padre Island and Corpus Christi.
Very good campground to stay at (off season). If you don't like crowds, stay away in summertime. When we camped, it was nice and quiet, plenty of space. Walking distance to the river. Easy back-ins and lots of pull throughs. Only remark: they should take a little bit more care at the park with the grass and roads. Staff is very friendly. We certainly will come back, stayed here with PPA. You pay $2 a day for Wi-Fi.
With use of our Camp Club USA 50% discount, $14 is a good rate. VERY good Wi-Fi, near big stores and Tyler. Pull throughs are big but unfortunately many long stay workers who kept there engines running early morning (5:30 am). The setting is lay-back but still the road near the campground is busy at night. For visiting Tyler good enough, not for longer stay,
We chose a premium site and premium it was, perfect, beautiful and the views are great. Enjoyed every minute. Also at night when the big barges run up and down the river. Very friendly crew, drives you to your spot and helps in every other way. Good place to visit Graceland, just 20 minutes drive. Big spaces.
We stayed here with CampClubUSA and 50% discount. A good deal, very friendly and helpful owners. Near Shiloh and don't forget to visit Corinth!. Wi-Fi was good. A little bit noisy road along the campground, but with your AC running no problem.
No WiFi, many seasonal campers. Pull Thru available, but small roads to drive and a lot of trees. Some level sites. Campground need some upgrading and paint. Overall: not to bad for one or two nights, beautiful surroundings.
Small campground on top of hill, walking distance to the little village and beach. Access from road 132. Pretty and garden like, friendly staff. Wi-Fi is not very high and not always reachable. We stayed here during Hurricane Irene, they took all kind of measures. Only a few pull throughs.
Friendly staff, big rigs have plenty of space here. Electricity 30 amp. gave some problems. Wi-Fi is OK if you have direct view with entrance gate, high speed! Great walking on the beach, good biking to Sainte Anne.
Clean campground, very quiet and walking distance to the beach. Perfect for visiting the coast. Percé one hour drive. For tenters: brand new shower building, kitchen inside with possibility to eat and sit inside. Big C-shop 10 Km drive.
We camped here in high season, but the spot we were in (pull-through) was quiet. Many season stayers. Swimming pool is free for campers, you only have to pay for the watherslide. Very friendly staff, good beach nearby. Weekly rates available. Pull-thoughs mostly level, our spot was.
A simple campground, near the sea with only a very quiet dead end street in between. Walking distance to a beach. Spots are simple, and the campground looks like a big field but even in high season (we camped here in July) it was quiet. It is difficult when you drive a big fifth wheel to found out what your spot is! If you want a quiet place you found it but don't think it is fancy. Wi-Fi is perfect.
Weekly rate is very good, 7 nights for $140 dollars. The campground offers not much but is a good, quiet place to camp, sleep and make trips around. Sure a recommendation but don't think it is fancy. Very good restaurant on walking distance, and a very nice park to walk or bike. We biked into Saint John and to the reversing falls (little hills!).
Paradise we found! What a beautiful place, hope no one else will come here so we can keep this spot hidden. Very well maintained campground, near the river/ocean/tidel. The sites are clean, and there are beautiful spring flowers. You can order your lobster with the owners, fresh and cooked for you! Big spots, we love this place. Very quiet: not suitable for children, just for nature lovers.
Shady sites, beautiful swimming pool, easy access from I-95 but: you have to pay to shower. No problem if it is clean, but it was NOT. And if you consider the price of staying: we have to pay 10 dollars extra for a guest, so the price for one night $55, it is overpriced and strange you have to pay for the showers! Wi-Fi was available but not constant. Owners are very friendly but they have to do something about the price.
We had a perfect time over here. It's near all the Amish you want to visit, Paradise, and good bicycling through the Amish county. Campground was very quiet, out of season and to cold for the swimming pool.
A perfect place to stay. Has very, very long pull through spaces, you can get lost on your own spot! Very helpful staff. We stayed here for 10 days, and visited Acadia, Deer Isle and Schoodic. The campground is big. There is no shade on the big places but, as it rains a lot over here, there is no need for it. Very quiet and although the busy road to Acadia is just around the corner you don't hear the cars. Good shopping, even a Wal-Mart supercenter, good restaurants very nearby.
A good park to stay with free beach access (which is nice for Cape Cod). You are in the middle, about one hour drive to Province town. Avoid the summer months, much too busy. June and September are great.
Great place to stay, of course you need to pay the entrance of the park. Worth staying there, but they need to clean the roads from rocks, and at our time of arrival everything looked poor. In spite of that, worth while.