Lubec is as far East on Maine's coast as one can get. It's a great little community, with lots of exploring in the area. Campobello Island is just across the FDR Bridge, with ferry service available to Deer Island and then to Eastport, ME, or mainland New Brunswick. However, the ferries to Deer Island & Eastport are small, and not well suited for an RV over about 25 feet. Both Lubec & Campobello have some great little restaurants, and East & West Quoddy Lighthouses to visit. Sunset Point c/g has wonderful views of the bay from any of its sites, and the staff is very friendly and accommodating. No 50amp sites, and no sewer sites, although a honey wagon service is available for $10. The sites are very close together. If you and your neighbor have slides, you will have very little patio room available. The nightly rate reflects a weekly rate. Be careful with cell phones, as you can pick-up the Canadian cell tower on Campobello.
Great location, just off I-81, exit 80; great mountain views; and friendly staff. Sites are mostly level, except for the very front of the sites. While the gravel pull-through sites are long enough for a big rig and tow, we had to disconnect to stay level; not really an issue, and we will return.
Very nice park, located just after crossing the Hilton Head Island bridge. Water front sites overlook a picturesque marina. Good water pressure and good voltage. Entrance into park is a little tight. And, some site owners, park their cars and/or trucks partially on the interior roads, causing extra maneuvering. Very nice restaurant on site. Managers are very friendly and helpful. Hilton Head is a great place to visit, and a short drive to Savannah.
Great campground in a great little town. We were with a large group, and everything was arranged for us: breakfast, suppers, train ride to the Canyon, trip to Sedona, and anything else that any of us wanted to do. They have a wonderful dog walking service, if your going to be gone for the day. The sites are now gravel, helping to keep the high desert dust down. This is the RAILSIDE RV Ranch, not to be confused with another campground in the area with a very similar name. Railside RV is right beside the Grand Canyon RR tracks, where you get to watch a train load of happy passengers going to and coming from the Grand Canyon each day. Managers and helpers were absolutely the best. We would definitely stay at Railside again whenever we're in the superb area.