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10 RV Parks near Charleston, Maine
We did however find 10 campgrounds within 25 miles of Charleston. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Charleston in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $31.00
We stayed here for a couple weeks of downtime as we were traveling around New England. Most of the other campers appeared to be seasonal/regular weekenders. Everyone was friendly, they have lots of weekend activities, and it's every quiet at night. Nice lake, docks, loons, tall mature trees. Verizon cell and mifi worked just OK, no T-Mobile service. We had a level back-in site with a view of a wooded area out the front and partial view of the lake out the side. Campground was clean and well maintained. Interior roads were tight for our 40 foot MH, but no overhanging limbs and the manager gave us a good recommended path in. Rate reflects a discount for weekly rate. We would stay here again. - Roaming Together
Jul 2019 - $27.00
Nice camping area with fabulous beach and hiking trails. Sites have enough buffer between them to ensure privacy. Long drive in, but worth the trip. Most sites are level, restrooms are clean. Easy trails to walk to beach. There are a handful of sites with water/electric, but most are primitive. Great scenery, and very peaceful. We plan to come back for a longer stay. - DaveAndJoyce
Jun 2019 - $30.00
Beautiful wooded park with large boulders kids can climb on. Nice beach; a few kayaks to rent. A few trails. - StephenBurt
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Stayed here for a week in June. We made our reservations a couple months in advance so our choice of sites was limited; however, the sites are all very nice, wooded, and with space between the sites. Many sites have interesting ledges or large boulders left after the last ice age that provide great places for kids to climb and explore. One tip is that the sites are identified by the size of the RV that they will accommodate. I found these to be very conservative. Our Class C is approximately 30 foot overall with the rear slide open and we would have easily fit in the campsites identified as "small - pop up or tent up to 20 feet." I believe the sizes allow for an RV and one vehicle. Road in from the park gate is about a mile of well graded gravel surface and there were no overhanging limbs to worry about. Access to the lake was by a short walking trail to a beach/picnic area with side trails along the lake shore or through the woods. - ME for Maine
Aug 2018 - $39.00
Great location near Harvey's RV where we took RV for repair when transfer switch blew. Just a few minutes off highway. Lots of green space and room between sites. Quiet and peaceful setting. Playground, not sure about doggie park but if anyone needs a clean, pretty site near Harvey's, highly recommend. Not too far from Maine Mall, restaurants, supermarkets, shopping although I did not see anything right around park. - Andrea W
Aug 2018 - $38.00
I have been staying here for more than 12 years every summer on our trek South in the USA. This campground is my favorite because it is cozy. It's friendly, clean, the owner is fantastic, and they will provide great service for whatever you need. The planes come in on a regular basis which the kids love!!! If you need a nice spot to hang for a few days and enjoy Banjor/Hermon, give these folks the business. As an RV'ER....it is a great spot! - Squappy
Oct 2017 - $34.00
We stayed in our new to us trailer while our adult kids and friends stayed in the rental trailer - top notch campground! We have camped here a few time over the years and always enjoy this campground the most out of the other in the Bangor area. Owners are great and take good care of the campground. - daniel31
Sep 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here in a 40' MH. The dirt road into the park was long with huge ruts you cannot avoid, resulting in a bone-jarring trip into and out of the park. Interior roads were dirt in poor condition with tight turns, lots of trees to watch for, and potholes. There was no gate into the park and no security.
Hookups: We were told when we made our reservation that only 30 amp sites were available. No problem, we can still use an AC on 30 amps. Except that the 30 amp site didn't generate enough power to keep our shore power running. With nothing running but our refrigerator, we had to unhook completely at night and run off our batteries otherwise the sound of the surge protector kicking on and off kept us awake. The campground manager walked to within ten feet of the electrical pedestal to "inspect" it and told us there had never been a complaint and there was nothing he could do (other campers we talked with told us that the park is well known for having poor electrical service.) The manager moved us to another site but we had the same low-to-no voltage. This had never happened before to us and hasn't happened since, so it wasn't a problem with our coach. Although sometimes water pressure was weak, we had no problem with the sewer hookup.
From Friday to Sunday it was party city with smoky campfires and loud music. The smoke was so bad we kept our windows shut but because it was still hot at night, the temperatures in the coach soared. People let their dogs bark at every passerby. Weekends were hell. The police showed up one afternoon to arrest some drug dealers in their RV and all afternoon there were officers with AK-47s walking through the park.
Site conditions: Sites were mostly filled with seasonal campers and were very close to one another. Site surfaces were dirt and grass was minimal. There's a general feeling of neglect. At night the only light were from the many campfires; there was no campground lighting.
The good: Check-in was fast and easy. Staff was friendly. The campground was set right on beautiful Pushaw Lake and there was a boat launch. The sunsets were very pretty. Kayaks were available for rental. Free Wi-Fi was available in the office. While the signal did not reach any of the campsites, a picnic table was set outside the office for those who wanted to bring their computers to utilize it. - Trisha_slp
Sep 2015 - $42.00
We stayed one night while in transit. I would stay here again, even though it is a little over priced. Approach roads to and within this park is the worst I have ever encountered, they are terrible!!!! Many sites have permanent trailers, though most were well kept. The laundry consists of 2 washers and 2 driers, so expect to wait your turn. This park is right on the lake. - R V Camper
Jul 2013 - $34.00
Camp ground has lots of seasonal sites with older units parked on them. Years of additions, decks, and out side attachments which makes the area "cluttered" looking. Assigned a site to us that was very difficult to put a 39' RV in due to the many trees in the area. There were other sites available that would have been easier to set up in. The lady on the phone was very friendly and accommodating, but the lady who checked us in gave us "no" greeting, was not busy, but gave us the impression that we were putting her out by having to check us in. Lots of dusty dirt pot hole filled roads around and many tent sites with high grass conditions. This is an older camp ground that appears to be getting run down. We would NOT return to the C/G. - Lakeside013104
Sep 2019 - $28.00
Nice park being run by nice, helpful people. The interior roads are gravel, while our site had more rocks. There wasn't much shade, but it looks like trees had been planted and needed to mature. All the utilities worked fine, and it was easy to get connected. OTA television wasn't bad, but we had to keep adjusting our antenna and never could get NBC. Satellite TV was good, as was our AT&T cell phones and hot spot. The park's wi-fi was spotty, at best, and we had to use our hotspots about half the time. We would return. - Bbtj
Aug 2019 - $25.00
Very friendly host. Well maintained grounds. Easy in and out. About an hour to Bar Harbor which has a lot to see and do. - Jimbo1973
Aug 2019 - $26.00
Rate based on monthly rate. This RV Park still remains the best bet in the Bangor area. As in many other places we been to lately, they no longer have cable. OTA TV is fair, ABC, CBS, FOX & a couple of PBS types were always strong, NBC was real spotty. Most of the folks that work and run this RV Park still are top notch. My only complaint would be the guy who used the weed wacker on a gravel and stone site. He had stones flying all over the place. Dust still can be an issue. - Bob and Inga
Sep 2019 - $29.00
A mostly seasonal campground conveniently located near the interstate but far enough away from traffic noise. Our site was a little challenging to level but we managed. It was a tight fit too. Nice view of the lake though. Very friendly staff. We would stay here again. - MJB
Jun 2019 - $40.00
Convenient for a one night stop. Mostly seasonal campers, but well kept. Super friendly staff. - Meyersdvm
Sep 2016 - $27.00
We stopped for a night on our way home from a trip to Nova Scotia. It is mid September, so the camp's residents were mostly seasonals. Seasonal sites occupy probably 70% of the campground, so if you are looking for a site in the height of the season you may want to call first.
We camped on site 22, right on Sebasticook Lake. The view was gorgeous and the site well maintained. There are only 7 lake sites and another 7 with front lake view out of 69. Lake front sites do not have sewer hook up. Full hook up sites are $30.00.
There are several docks and boat ramps and a small beach.
The owners were very nice and friendly. Our one night stay was uneventful and enjoyable.
The campground is conveniently located close to Hwy 95 and on Route 2 for travelers driving the scenic route East - West. - Catalina W
May 2019 - $46.00
Poor TV reception, very poor WIFI. - Mazzie
Jun 2018 - $35.00
We stayed here in a motorhome. Roads are good and our site had full hook ups. Park is quiet except for the occasional airplane from Bangor airport. Wifi was slow as in most parks we visit. Park was clean and well maintained. - RayN
Jun 2017 - $38.00
The facilities for laundry and restrooms were not acceptable at all. The "activity room" looked more like a storage room with a sofa, tv, pool table and video games scattered about. But the mop and mop bucket along with other cleaning tools and equipment, were just sitting around in there as well. The roads need some work, but were not terrible. The sites themselves are close together and grass and/or mud only. This park accepts Vouchers from the City of Bangor for the homeless. So you have tenters camping anywhere from 25 yards and sometimes closer next to expensive rigs. There was no enforcement of their own rules, i.e. pet leashes, speed limit, noise, etc. The grass at the entry and in the middle of the park is mowed often and well kept, but maintenance around the rigs, was spotty. Internet was iffy, sometime on, sometime off and when on, extremely slow. - Drtskirt
Jul 2017 - $20.00
We stayed for 4 nights. Some nights the traffic noise from I-95 was really noticeable and other nights not so much. This is a small park with some seasonals and one section with about 5 pull thrus 1 of which seems to be a seasonal. There are 2 chickens, 1 cat, 1 old dog and a duck with a hurt leg that roam around. There is 1 washer and 1 dryer in the same building as the bathrooms. The pull thrus were fairly level and grassy and I was able to get my Direct TV dish locked in. The road the park is on is pretty rough. - mrracechaser
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Good overnight transit stay. It is about 2 miles from the interstate exit on rough secondary roads, but is reasonably quiet even though the interstate is not far away. Chickens, duck, cat plus a very friendly host made for an interesting stop. No frills ... just a good transit stop. We would stay again. Arriving near dark, the mosquitoes were present and hungry. - cherib
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Lots of full time run down sites. The manager was OK but the office etc was a mess. Tiny pool. One washer and dryer. The restrooms were clean but run down. $30 as weekend but I'm not sure I'd even stay here at the half price Passport America rate. - kiwitravelers
Jul 2019 - $36.00
Nice campground... came here to beat the heat in Florida and play golf thru the summer! Nice 18 hole golf course! I found out the last week we were here there are coupons in the local paper they delivered to our campsite... also have great discounts Mon-Thur after 3:00 p.m. Nice facilities including small laundromat! - SuzyQRN
Jul 2019 - $38.00
We stayed here for an overnight while traveling on 95. To get here, from 95, take Exit 157, NOT Exit 150 (which your gps would have you do). Exit 157 is quicker and has nicer roads. It was pouring rain when we arrived, so I didn't explore the campground, but it looked nice enough. A small playground for the kids. The check-in staff was super friendly. Nightly price was better than other campgrounds in the area. - Lucy7513
Aug 2018 - $18.00
Great location, great price. Full hookups, shaded site, 50 amps Quiet!! Friendly deer. Moose in the area, didn't see any but others in the campground have. - Jdon
Sites: 64 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 13 Reviews
Oct 2019 - $45.00
Staff is friendly and campground is nice. Roads are gravel/dirt with lots of potholes that fill with water when it rains. Most campgrounds advertise 3o/50 amp sites that have both outlets available at the site, especially when the price is the same for either site. I always reserve a 50 amp site, but when we arrived we were told there were no 50 amp sites, so we had to take a 30 amp site. We can operate with 30 amps, but it does take some adjustment in how you operate your RV. There is also no breaker at the box for our site, so a couple times when we tripped a breaker, I had to find someone to reset the breaker at another box. The best thing about the campground is the WiFi. Most campgrounds offer WiFi, but the bandwidth is not very strong. The WiFi here is excellent. - s-kmedlin
Aug 2019 - $45.00
Park is a little isolated from Bangor and shopping there or in Brewer, but there are not many choices in this area. Road to the park is not very good. However, the park itself is nice. Gravel/dirt roads and gravel sites with a grassy space beside. Interior roads are mostly dirt with lots of potholes. Rained while we were there and holes were filled with water. Made a mess of the coach getting out. People were very nice. I would have rated it higher if it had been closer to the action. . It was at a good stopping point for us and thought that we would have a nice visit in the town. Not a good choice. If you don't have a reason to stop in this area, keep moving. - Ribbet
Aug 2019 - $47.00
Quiet, rustic campground on the outskirts of Eddington, which is on the outskirts of Bangor. Owners are personable, friendly and one of them led us to our campsite. Check-in was quick and easy. Interiors are somewhat narrow with corners that are a bit on the sharp side. OK for some big rigs (with care), but maybe not for the really big ones. Our 38-ft 5th wheel is about as large a rig as I'd want to take into the park. Sites are a various lengths, some with trees that will affect satellite antennas, some with 30-amp, some with 50-amp. When making a reservation, be specific about your needs in a campsite. It'll save surprises when you arrive. Campsites are grass, somewhat level and depending on what part of the campground you're in, fairly close together. Most of the camp sits far enough back from the road that noise is minimal. Hook-ups are located mid-way in the site. Many apparent long-term campers, but all their sites are neat and clean. Overall park is well maintained, grass is kept mowed; but there is only a single dumpster for the entire park and it can be quite a hike from many of the sites. Parts of the park are low spots that become miniature lakes during rainy weather. - boardman