Great price for such a nice RV park. Very clean, excellent condition overall, lots of amenities, friendly staff, quiet, super easy to get into. We were able to pull in overnight without unhooking. Very nice view of the mountains, especially some of the sites. The golf course looks very nice too. The sites are concrete and some gravel, the sites are surrounded by grass.
Great location on a low bluff right over the ocean. The place is immaculate all around, managers very friendly, very nice lodge. We paid extra for an oceanfront site. I believe the brochure stated all sites have an ocean view but the front sites are worth it. The sites were very spacious and easy to get in and out of, included a large concrete pad for very large RVs and plenty of room for your tow vehicle plus their picnic table. There was grass surrounding some areas. No trees. Camp fires and portable pits are prohibited in sites. However, there were two nice communal areas to build fires in a very grassy and large area with large logs for seating. The beach is directly below you, access by a short trail. You just need to walk over some large cobble to get to the sand. We stayed here with our two large dogs so appreciated it was pretty easy to keep things clean in the rain. We paid about $72/night with the Good Sam discount, which is pretty pricey but perhaps the going rate for such a great view.
Great location, but needs some maintenance especially pruning. Many older trees were hanging too low and into the loop road where we camped and some sites one could really scratch your RV if you're not careful. Sites are faintly close together and maneuverability is okay but fairly compact. We got the last site which had our sewer right next to the picnic table and fire ring - what a view. The non-hookup sites were newer, cleaner, had grass and fewer trees which would be nicer during cool or rainy weather, so pick your site carefully. They'd closed some of the loops closest to the ocean for the season, prematurely I think, as all the hookup sites were full on a weeknight. No comment on the bathrooms as I didn't check them out.
This was a great RV city park and about as close as you can get to downtown Portland (about 12 miles). The place was clean, quiet, friendly, very nice landscaping. Has pull-throughs, although you need to unhook once you're in to park your car on the pad next to your RV. Spots are concrete with very grassy spacious area and picnic table, smaller shade trees, nice/clean if you have pets and it happens to rain. Landscaping was very nice, a large duck pond and grassy area on a lower level. It's a huge park but it doesn't appear to be at all, as it's broken up into several levels. We stayed on the top level and it was pretty quiet (airport and road noise and all). I'd probably avoid the lower areas nearest the train. We did hear the train but it wasn't bothersome. There appear to be a fair number of longterm residents but it didn't have the feel of a "longterm" or creepy place, nearly all RVs were in quite good condition. Staff there were very friendly and helpful. We'd definitely stay again.
Sleepy Hollow has one of the best shower and laundry facilities around, plus a large well-maintained dog run. The entire campground appears to be exceptionally well-run. We have been at about 70 campgrounds on this seven month trip and this is one of the best for a rest from the road.
Will go elsewhere next time. Overall the place was tired and a bit dirty, sites looked like they hadn't been cleaned in ages, tons of old old leaves, hard to keep inside of RV clean especially w/ pets. Lots of kid activities and some kids and especially their parents were loud, which wasn't our thing. If you want kid-oriented this might be OK. Not up to the usual KOA standard. Location pretty good.
Would try another place next time. We felt we were sold some baloney. The best part is that it's quite close to Kennebunkport. Otherwise not my kind of place. It's a very large park, mostly semi or permanent residents which provides a different feel. The man who answered the phone first stated they didn't have space then said oh he found one. The spot they assigned us was about the worst vacant one, there were many other vacant spots which had trees and not plastered up against a manufactured home as we were. So no ambiance. The laundry facility was too small for the campground size and some washer/dryers not working, so some of us had quite a bottleneck. If you want to be close in it's fine but pick out your site.
Very clean, a resort atmosphere with more amenities than we desired really. Has various price levels depending on your site. Ours was one of the least expensive, had some view of a nice storage facility, some distant highway noise but not bad.
The name says it all. Tiny resort, parked right overlooking the bay, great sunsets. The owners are super friendly and helpful and have added all kinds of great touches to give it a old key west kind of feeling. Nice hammocks. We enjoyed meeting other campers at the Tiki Bar and exchanging travel info. Very close to the town of Cedar Keys. We'd definitely return.
I'd try another place next time on another Key near Key West or splurge for a nicer place. We were there 7/4, it was nearly empty, frankly the place and general neighborhood gave me a bit of the creeps. Perhaps if it hadn't been nearly empty and the few RVs there looked like they were on their last legs and there for the long term. No ambiance and bathrooms were marginal. We noticed a few others who pulled up and left or else stayed one night then left. If you just want a place to camp and don't care about the atmosphere it's okay. It is close to Key West.
Came for three days, stayed for nine! Very relaxing, great location in Amish countryside, clean facilities. Owners and staff were friendly and very helpful. Everything worked. Bathrooms aren't new but were sparking clean. Sites weren't very large but were nice and grassy. We have a 34 ft motorhome, had to move 3 times to keep extending our stay last minute, and didn't have any problem getting level or into sites as other reviewers did. We enjoyed the view of the Amish farm across the street (despite some occasional manure smell and large barn fans). Pick your spot as they have different views and pluses and minuses. Some shady others sunny, some had valley view that looked nice too. Got the weekly rate. Enjoy!
Great campground, sites overlooked St. George River, nice sites, close to many beautiful places and sightseeing. Staff were very friendly and helpful suggesting places to visit which were great. Would loved to have stayed longer. This one one of my favorite areas of the Maine coast, not as touristy and congested. One of my favorite places during our five month trip across the U.S.
This was one of our all-time favorites on our five month trip (and 50+ campgrounds) throughout much of the U.S. If I owned or managed a campground this would be my ideal. First, our site and all of them were right on the ocean bay with an unbelievable close-up view. Great ambiance, very clean and grassy, nice touches, bathroom and laundry facilities very well maintained, small charming - not that big parking lot feel some have. Very well run, near the small town of Lubec. Staff were extremely helpful and always friendly - in fact they helped us get various documents delivered to us across the states. I also sensed that the other campers there were very happy to be there. Wished we'd been able to stay longer, so relaxing. Don't confuse this with another campground about 30 miles away with a similar name. This one is just a mile or so to Lubec town center and not in the official Maine guide (I asked them about that and apparently one has to pay to be included.
Very clean, well organized, owners both were very nice and helpful. It's freeway close and was handy for us as we were moving north, tired and just needed a convenient/comfortable place overnight. It was nice to drive through easily onto the pull through site which was a grassy area. It was quite attractive and scenic surrounded by a screen of trees so it didn't feel freeway close. The pull throughs were fairly sunny with some large trees. The back-in spots in the back looked very shady but some appeared to be long-term RV'ers. Wi-Fi was a bit slow. We didn't use their bathrooms but they looked super clean, new paint on the outside. Would definitely stay here again!
Not fancy but what a deal for $13.50 using Passport America for four nights. Very clean, quiet, very green-grassy, well-maintained. Bathrooms and showers not fancy but very clean and in very good condition. Staff were nice. We stayed in #A13. (30 amp, no sewer or cable in that area. There are full hookups in other sites.) We were on the grass and out in the open with a pretty view of the large grassy area and forest of trees. Located 0.2 miles off I-95 but surrounded by trees not the typical freeway stuff. Would definitely recommend unless you're looking for fancier/more amenities or near the ocean. Only downside of course is the bugs morning and night.