Took us right in with no reservation on a holiday weekend. The desk personnel were friendly and provided answers to any questions we had about the area. The site was fairly level and had a gravel base. Hook-ups were conveniently located and access was no problem. I would stay here again.
If you can imagine camping in a supermarket parking lot, then you will love this campground. If you need trees, shade, some level of privacy, then this is not the place for you. The sites are described as "Waterfront" but a chain link fence divides you from the edge of the lake. The campground is in an industrial area and offers no amenities within walking distance. The wind is fierce coming off of the lake and there is no buffer. The $20.00 nightly fee is great, but this was only offered during the 2005-2006 season. The new rate is not posted yet. There is a FREE boat launch and bike trails nearby. This is the first campground I have ever set-up in and then packed up and left. The desk staff was understanding to our need for more a more rustic campground and refunded our money with no problem.
The office staff could not provide a full hook-up site, even though I reserved one 4 months prior to arrival. I had to ask for a manager to resolve the issue. The location is convenient to all of Nashville's attractions. No noise from the roadway or the bus garage. Camping World is located within walking distance to the campground.
A great value in a campground that is among the most well-groomed I have ever seen. The grounds are spotless. The desk person was helpful and answered any questions we had concerning the local area. Sites are easily accessed and back-up was no problem, even with a 8' bed, crew cab truck and 30' trailer.
This campground has many amenities and can be categorized as full service. They even deliver a daily newspaper to the door of your camper. They advertise Wi-Fi, but this is through a third party vendor and does entail credit card charges. The front desk staff is friendly and more than helpful. This campground is located directly on the road leading to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor.
If you need hook-ups, do not even think of going to Frost Pond Camps. By the same token, if you want to experience camping at its essence you cannot find a better location. The owner is helpful and friendly. He ensures that Frost Pond Camps remains quiet and peaceful. There are cabins for rent at the campground in addition to the six campsites. The campground is located in a secluded area, approximately 1 1/2 hours north of Greenville, Maine. The road leading to the campground is dirt and can be rough on your vehicle. But the bumps just add to the remote feeling. Literally, you can place your hand in front of your face at night and not see it. It is that dark. The sky is overflowing with stars. The pond is beautiful and many fishermen were catching large brook trout.
This campground has large sites with the best campfire pits I have ever seen. Their telephone number is (603) 279-5449. The reception personnel are more than helpful. There is a $5.00 Gate Card Deposit upon arrival, this fee is refunded upon departure. Their cancellation policy is more than 1 week in advance, $10.00 fee, less than 1 Week in advance, no refund. There is slight road noise at the campground. The sites, while large, do require some skillful driving to back in larger trailers. This is due to the roadway width. Overall this campground is a great value.