The owners were verrrrrrry nice and responsive. The bath and shower facilities were exceptionally clean but may not be enough when the park is full or above 75% filled. Ran out of hot water one evening. The sites are nice sized but not level so bring some levelers. Sewer hook up was difficult and it stretched my 20 ft hose to the max. No Wi-Fi or cable TV but we were able to get 8-10 channels using antennae. It is in a rural location and surrounding area is rural. 15 miles from a Wal Mart but not hard to find. Not much to do in the area so better have a purpose for coming here. It's about 45 minutes drive to Smith St Park for swimming etc.. For the price it was a pleasant experience and we will stay here again.
Park is located about 20 mins from Bar Harbor and Acadia and is well kept. Site was long and level but no shade. Reason I gave it a so so rating was you have to go to the Rec Room for Wi-Fi and there was no cable. For the price there should be cable and Wi-Fi available at your site.
Concur with he other posters...very nice CG. Lots of shaded sites for smaller units but 30' plus shade is limited. There are quite a few "big rig" sites in a field but very comfortable. Only drawback for us was just one shower in the bath house. Timing your shower is all important or you may wait half hour or more. Check to make sure your site has full hookups especially if you are on the river or in the wooded sites.
Restrooms were clean, laundry room is small with no place to fold clothes. Staff is friendly and informative. About one half of the sites are seasonal with numerous park models and these sites are well maintained. Most sites are shaded but some are small and will not satisfy requirements for a big RV. They do have some big rig sites in the front. It is centrally located to visit Kennebunkport, Kittery, Portland, and Freeport. One drawback is the roads are dirt and many of the sites are more dirt than grass and it is dusty or muddy when wet. Good if you want a nice central campground.
Stayed for a week over Labor Day weekend (that is why the high rate) This is a very nice park that seems to cater to bigger rigs. Nice staff and they had a pig roast over Labor Day weekend incl in the price. Only downside are the roads are pebble size gravel and it gets in the unit for a mess. Minor inconvience when considering overall facility. Will definitely stay here again.
We spent three nights here using as a base camp to visit the Bar Harbor/Acadia area. It sits back in the woods and because of the unpaved roads it was dusty. You could say it has two levels; the top is kind of an open field with little of no shade and the bottom part is shaded with lots of trees and quiet. We stayed on the bottom level and it was somewhat tight for my 34 ft 5th wheel but not a challenge. Not sure how old the campground is but it seemed new rather new because it had fresh cut trees and some of the lower sites had more than usual brush between them.. The site I had was nice and I had no problems with my hook ups. The restrooms were very clean and it had nice laundry facilities. Didn't seem to have much for kids to do. For the price $20 (Passport Campground) it was nice and close to the area's attractions and met our needs as a base camp.
We stayed for three nights to visit the Falls and surrounding area. The campground is located behind the Cinderella Motel (let your imagination run wild). When I called for the reservation the manager stated he was a cranky old cuss and on the phone he was abrupt but after awhile he seemed OK. I don't recall seeing him at the campground and was registered by a rather nice person. In my opinion it is an OK place to drop the camper and use a base camp but not would stay if you have children who need activities. It is a bare bones site as far as amenities but was clean and quiet. Since it is located on an island you have to pay a toll each time you go to the Falls area and the toll for our 5th wheel was pricey. There are virtually no restaurants, maybe one or two, so eat off the island. Cable TV was only available only for the 1st 6 sites and they were long term guests.
We spent a week here using this as our campsite as we visited the numerous wineries. The park is located in the middle of the NY Wine Country and is very nice place to be your base camp if you are visiting the wineries. The Finger Lakes are very pretty and there were some nice restaurants nearby if you get tired of camp food. The bath houses are typical State Park but kept very clean. Some sites have "shared" water, one spigot for 2-3 sites, and no onsite sewer but there is a dump station. That is a drawback if you intend to stay for a while because we had to break camp to dump. A minor pain but tolerable.