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30 RV Parks near Auburn, Maine
We did however find 30 campgrounds within 25 miles of Auburn. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Auburn in the left hand column.
Oct 2017 - $36.00
The value was great for this campground, which was why we chose it. We are a family of five, and this campground didn't charge the $5ish per person over 2 people that most campgrounds in the area charged. It was nothing fancy, but it suited our needs. This campground has a huge group of permanent residents in the summer and early fall, but most were clearing out when we arrived in October. The laundry facility needs updating. It is outside, and we had to search for the lights in the dark. The dryer ended up melting our clothing, and could have easily ended up in a fire. The owner said he would get them updated, but I would stay close to my laundry just in case. The owner was very friendly, and since he was getting ready to close down for the winter, he gave our children free ice cream bars and chips every day to clear out his store. This was a good, reasonably priced campground in an area with a lot to see and do. - RVerFamily
Jun 2014 - $36.00
Fire wood was delivered to our site promptly. The nearly level site was big enough to have a fire and not bother other campers. We used the site mainly as a place to sleep. Sites are gravel. The roads in this older campground are tight but well marked. Many of the sites are well maintained seasonal sites We had site 40 and the electric kept tripping our surge protector. Discussed this with the campground manager and he says that this problem and the addition of 50 amp sites will be added this fall/next spring. We have stayed there many times in the past and will stay next time we are in the area. - debandi12
Jun 2008 - $27.00
Small seasonal campground, with some weekend site available. - jedcad
Sep 2016 - $35.00
The campground is primarily a seasonal park with many activities for children but daily sites are available. We had a good back-in on sand. The place is heavily forested, making use of satellite dish impossible. There is no cable TV. Wifi was good. - Mtmoi
Aug 2016 - $73.00
Quiet time should be later on weekends~
Pool table needs a new cover~
Grill over fire ring would b nice~
More paper towel refills in ladies room~ - The Gorman Family
Jun 2016 - $22.00
This is a family oriented park. Many of the sites are seasonal, only used on weekends. The facilities, while aged, are well maintained. The internal road are dirt and gravel with many trees. Sites could use grading and leveling. They have many activities on weekends. The road into the park is dirt and might be an issue if rainy. Very good free Wi-Fi. - A hitch and hop
Jul 2016 - $28.00
First time staying overnight at campground. Stayed for 10 days, very enjoyable. Friendly owners, others campers and had great weather. - Catt
Sep 2008 - $38.00
This is an old campground. Bad access road: dirt and lots of pot holes. Lots of trees make for some tight turns. Many seasonals here and sites were not all well cared for. They have a list of activities in season and a playground. If you stay, be sure to specify what type of service you want, otherwise you will be charged for the maximum for the site - ie, a 50/30 amp site will be charged at the 50 amp rate whether you are using 50 or not. The manager is not pleasant to deal with if there is a misunderstanding. The laundry had not been cleaned in awhile. We would not stay here again. - User469
Jun 2019 - $58.00
KOA discount for a four night stay. The site was a long, level, gravel, pull-through, FHU site with 50 amp. All services worked well. We had good Verizon voice and data reception. We did not use the park wifi. We had good DishTV satellite reception. We were visiting family in the area and the park was convenient, but overpriced. - Dave51
Aug 2018 - $53.00
This campground is an excellent location to Portland, Brunswick, Freeport and coastal activities. It has easy pull thrus with spacious sites, friendly staff, a nice pool, playground and large dog park. For the cons, there is no cable tv, the sewer hookups are on a hill so you're trying to dump uphill. It's really a bad design. The road into the campground is dirt and has a lot of pot holes. They try to keep it graded but it gets full of pot holes very quickly. They need to pave the road in. Roads inside the campground are the same. There's not a lot of landscaping or anything that makes this park very appealing. We've stayed in a lot of KOAs over the years and this one is really towards the bottom when it comes to facilities and aesthetics. They are cutting corners and it shows even down to something as silly as the thinnest toilet paper I've ever experienced in the bathrooms. For the price, I would try another park in the area if I'm back this way. I didn't try their wifi. We used our Verizon and ATT hotspots and used a booster for better speeds. W/out booster Verizon was 20d/1.35U, ATT was 2.52d/.67U. With booster Verizon was 43d/3.18U and ATT was 12D/1U. OTA channels were pretty good, major stations and others came in well. We used a laundromat in Brunswick (Sunshine Center) which was very clean. The dryers worked welland it had average pricing. - Jessie1975
Jul 2018 - $39.00
Most of the sites, including ours, were bare dirt. Laundry facilities were at office which is a long way from most of the sites. Very nice fenced dog area that is grassy and shady. People in the office were very nice. Store was well stocked. Pizza delivery was available on Friday night. Very crowded with families and young children on the weekend. - ClassCdogperson
Jul 2019 - $45.00
We are staying here for two weeks in July. All sites are 50 amp with water and sewer, Verizon cell service is excellent, Wifi is available. The owners are upgrading the campground and have 39 sites, nice pool, and a playground for kids. Sites were pretty level and large enough for our 35' MH with room for a 10x10 screen house and our tow dolly. 5 miles from down town Freeport and LL Bean's flagship store. They do have a lot of rules, site are all gravel pads with some grass along the edges, fire pits too. We liked the campground a lot and would come back. - Ralph VanDenBossche
Sep 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here four days. We had a pullthru that was very easy to set up. Campground is very rustic with wifi and electric and sewer connections There is no cable tv. Mostly long term residents here, but a beautiful woodsy setting. Would camp here again if ever in the area. - Trucker 2
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Only park we could find in Maine that was open for business in November. Very old and rustic which isn't automatically unfavorable to us, but the sites and vegetation were neglected and it was hard to maneuver into the back-in site. The roads are dirt and in poor condition. Utilities were adequate and in good condition. Nightly rate should have included electric (per their website), but the meter was read in order to charge at check-out. Meter ended up being broken and we were made to feel like we were suspected of sabotage.
This could be a nice little campground at a reasonable price (relative to other Maine parks). I suspect the new owners will continue to make improvements but their customer service is starting off on the wrong track. - Full-Time Roamers
Jul 2012 - $10.00
Beautiful park! Great trails. Excellent for simple camping! See the beauty of Maine particularly in the summer! - jnlo
Oct 2011 - $19.00
Very friendly staff. New private showers and dish washing station. Great access to Freeport and Portland area, hiking in park. Nice place to stay. - travlintj
Apr 2010 - $19.00
This campground is very nice for what it is, a primitive non-hookup campground. They note that they cannot accommodate RVs over 35 feet and that is true. We are 27 feet long and had no problems. We stayed in site 22. If you look on their website you will see that they show sites that can handle larger RV's. It should also be noted that they do not have an RV dump, so come with empty tanks. The CG is wooded with nice spacing between sites. There is a road close by with some traffic but it calms down at night and is not a problem. There are some nice hiking trails in the park and park staff are very friendly. They also open much earlier in the season that other state or private parks. We would stay here again. - TheJim
Sep 2019 - $28.00
We stayed 3 nights. Very friendly, family oriented place. Owners live on site, and provide a community campfire with seating every night. Site was level, wooded, very clean. Quietest place we ever stayed in. Well off road, away from town, but easy to find. Highly recommend. - Andywriter
Sep 2019 - $40.00
First of all, the park does not have 50 amp service. All sites are back in 30 amp service. If you use your AC you are requested to keep track of you time and pay $4 per day for electric on the honor system. The weather was cool so we did not use AC. The park is down a county road and the last mile is not paved. Wi-Fi worked well when we arrived, but as the park filled up it was useless. On the plus side, the people there are great. There was a potluck with the park supplying roast pig, which was great. The park is quiet, no road or train noise. Our spot was level and partly shaded. Two bars on Verizon gave us Wi-Fi streaming. We did no hiking out of concerns for ticks. We may stay there again, mostly due to the people who work there. - John 31946
May 2019 - $27.00
The value over a holiday weekend with full hook up site was great! The check in was easy and pleasant. The sites are gravel and level. A downside was the 1-mile dirt road you have to access to arrive to the park from either direction (and each time you leave in your car). Road was well-graded and no pot holes/ just slow going. We had no satellite at site 7 and No cable. Great wifi service! Park was quiet and maintained but do NOT take the trail as tics were awful!! - CindiL
Sep 2018 - $31.00
This park is run down, especially the beach area around the pond and playground. The owner doesn't live on site, nor does she have a camp host. When we arrived we called and left a voice mail regarding water. The next morning she knocked on our door to get our payment. She said she had not received our VM but had been having issues with calls NOT forwarding to her cell. Although we had reservations, YOU pick the site you want once here of what's available. We picked a site on the open, grassy hill and were the only RV up there, so LOVE our solitude. This park has many more tent sites than RV sites. However, her price was fair and the location is ideal. There was no septic or Wi-Fi but we knew that going in. Photos taken on dreary day but we were leaving the next day and rain was predicted. This C.G. Would close for the season 3 days after we left it. - Clarissa Bogan
Jul 2010 - $33.00
We spent the better part of two and a half months at this park and have been very happy with our stay here. We plan to return next spring for another extended stay. - Grumbag
Aug 2018 - $54.00
This was our third stay here and it is a very basic campground with a good number of seasonal campers who were very friendly. The big draw for us is the beach, lake, boat rentals and the snack bar. We like to rent a pontoon boat to cruise the lake and stop out at the sandbar. In addition, we like to float on our tubes at the beach. The pizza and ice cream at the snack shack is pretty good. They are working to make improvements as we had all new hook ups at our site. New pole, electric, water, cable and I believe sewer. Some sites still need to be upgraded but those that are done were good. Two issues we feel need to be taken care of is 1) our daughter tried to use the bathrooms a couple time and Sade that they were so dirty and old that she was unable to use them. 2) the entrance/guest parking area is such a mess with trailers, dumpsters and junk it just takes away from the overall campground. For now we will keep it on the list but if we find a place with boat rentals we might change where we go. - Happy Camper X2
Aug 2016 - $51.00
Campground is on Crescent Lake, which is a beautiful lake and very clean. Kayaking was superb with plenty to see. The seasonal campers recommended several sights on the lake to visit.
Campsites are among pine trees and are very close together. Roads are all dirt but are treated with some sort of petroleum mixture, without an odor, several times a week to keep down dust. Cable hookups are all new and provided excellent viewing. Wi-Fi was poor and a source of frustration trying to receive a signal.
Check-in was quick and easy, the management was very helpful. All the staff was friendly and provided good service. The only other problem were the pine trees leaking sap onto the car and trailer. But if I didn't want pine trees, then I should stay out of Maine. So you got to take the bad with the good.
Swimming was good, the beach was excellent. There were plenty of activities for the kids. There was several locations with laundry washers and dryers. However, the floors were very dirty and needed a good cleaning.
We stayed for a week. - Nautilus
Jul 2016 - $60.00
This is a family campground (lots of kids, lots of tents). Hookups are funky, have extra hose and electric cord. Quiet hour isn't until 11:00 pm, meaning radios go until then. It was the only place we found with vacancy. We needed electric for A/C, as weather was hot and humid. - User3119