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Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
Let me first state you get what you pay for so take that in consideration. Staff is very friendly and eager to help you. 50amp✔ We had site 35 no cable TV , but there was a cable. Upon entering the driveway and seeing a like new RV RESORT SIGN was encouraging. Arriving is 2 different things. One could stretch it and go as far as saying the sign is,= a MISREPRESENTATION. Little to no stone anywhere, drive to site 35 was riddled with potholes, rocks sticking up, mudholes. Site was grass covered, narrow, level where camper sat, but once steps were down it had slope which added a problem since my wife is handicapped with balance issues. Pool is nice but never saw anyone in it. Looks like this campground was frozen in time from the 70's and no one put any money in it. Stone is cheap. A nice coating on the roads and sites adds curb appeal. They nickle and dime you to death. WiFi is extra. Using the dump station is $10 and booking reservation fee $2. The bath houses were clean, however they more deserve the term 'shack', shower stalls are extremely small, water pressure low, stalls may be clean but are stained. I'm NOT sure if any 2 picnic tables matched throughout the camp, but ours was old didn't feel so sturdy. The wood has succumbed to the elements and should be replaced. We camped at Camden Hills RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
When coming to Maine one usually comes for Lobster. Best value is Mcloons lobster shack 315 Island Rd, South Thomaston, ME 04858 The boat came in , I saw the lobsters go from boat to pier to broiler! Can't get any fresher!! *** 2 lobster dinner =$26.95 Best value around. Stay away from Claws on rt 1, over rated, very expensive, food is ok, but twice as much as Mcloons.