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6 RV Parks near Easton, Maine
We did however find 6 campgrounds within 25 miles of Easton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Easton in the left hand column.
Apr 2019 - $28.00
We were too early for this park. We stayed here, but there was no sewer, and the management left the park for 3 hours, so had to wait for him to return to pay for the night. The space was grassy and nice, and the hookup OK, but would not suggest staying here early in May. - vaw123889
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Given the limited choices in the area, I might still look elsewhere next time. Nice people who run the place out of their kitchen, but definitely run-down. Shower stalls had old plywood floors and weren't cleaned the four days I was there. Sites are not particularly level but definitely lots of space. - ldukeb
Sep 2013 - $26.00
The owners were wonderful. Our 36' 15 Ton RV got stuck in the grass because of much rainfall & the owner provided crushed rock & pulled us onto the asphalt with his JD Tractor. The bathroom was clean & it is high on a hill for cool breezes & big views. And the moose hang out right across the street down the hill! - Dan Jeffers
Aug 2019 - $10.00
The stay was friendly and helpful not only with check but they even helped carry my firewood to the RV. There is an intermediate/difficult hiking trail to the peaks of Quagy-jo Mountain and a great view. The camp was clean the pit toilets even smelled fresh. The shower /flush toilets were also clean and are one room several unisex toilet /shower rooms very private. The sites are all fairly level and have a firepit and picnic table. When we checked out one of the staff apologized for not having stopped by, asked if we had any concerns, and suggested other Maine State Parks that we might enjoy based on our comments about the park. We stayed mid week and it was very quiet. - Happy Campah
May 2016 - $16.00
This state park is a true dry camping experience. No water faucets near the road to fill your tanks and no threads on the faucets to connect a hose. The staff was very friendly and the camp host checked in with us as we were setting up to see if we needed anything. There is a kitchen for washing dishes. The campsites come in a variety of sizes, no problems finding a space for our 32' travel trailer. Campground is located at the base of mountain, great for a day hike.
The access road is a pretty steep gravel road. We had no problems but used 4 wheel drive as a precaution. - JGS
Aug 2015 - $12.00
Since all the other reviews were a couple years older or more, just confirming that all prior information is still accurate as of August 2015. We just stayed there and the park was clean, well-kept, and very quiet. It was full on Friday/Saturday, and nearly emptied out on Sunday morning. Mostly tents, with a few popups and only a couple travel trailers. No hookups, no fill or dump station (water spigots do not have threads for hoses). Electric outlets available in bath house or kitchen shelter for emergency charging. Very peaceful setting and would stay here again without hesitation. - cw2006
Jul 2019 - $44.00
No discount offered for an overnight stay. The site was a large, level, grass, pull-through, FHU site with 50 amps. There was a picnic table and fire pit on the site. We had good Verizon voice and data reception and good DishTV satellite reception. The sites are on a hill, but are terraced and level. The road from the office to the campsites was uphill and narrow with no room to pass oncoming vehicles. The park appears to be well maintained and has a scenic view of the surrounding area. We would stay here again. - Dave51
Jul 2019 - $38.00
We LOVED it here! The staff is friendly and helpful, the sites are large and well maintained, the restrooms are spotless, the grounds are well-kept and the views are magnificent. Sites on the hillside are terraced, most of the campground is mowed grass. There is a nice network of hiking trails behind the campground. Easy access to Presque Isle, Fort Fairfield, Caribou and points beyond. We will definitely be back. - DaveAndJoyce
May 2019 - $35.00
Each sight is cut out in a hill that is level with grass and a view of the valley. Lots of room. Sights can be back in or pull in back out. Lots of trails to run dogs. We will be back. - geo cong
Oct 2015 - $34.00
Park is on the Saint John River which would accommodate boat owners and fishermen. Site are fairly level with Elect and water. A dump station is located at the entrance. Park was difficult to get to as it is on the opposite side of the river from the highway and the bridge was undergoing construction work. Owner is accommodating and friendly. Park is still being rebuilt after flood damages several years ago. NO wifi at sites. Plenty of room and there is a restaurant on site with good food. Price is a bit high. We'll go back again. - camperme
Aug 2015 - $27.00
This park is right on the St. John River. It is grassy and well maintained and the fellow we met at the registration desk was very accommodating. In fact, he took me around to the available sites in his golf cart and let me choose the one I liked. We had a site with full hookups and everything worked just fine. They don't have wifi throughout the park but there is a hotspot in the office. It would have been nice if the site we had been more level. There is no cable but we were so close to the US we could choose from a small selection of OTA TV from either side of the border. We found everyone we met very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay at this park again. - toadster
Jun 2012 - $35.00
A lot has changed since the review I read before coming here. Number one: they had a flood last year that covered the entire park with ten feet of water. That being said, they are rebuilding. We paid $35 cash for a spot with no septic, just water and 30 amp power. Even though this park sits right on the banks of the river, all of those spots are taken by full-timers parked every which way. Bottom line, the park was overpriced and we will not be returning! The showers aren't completed yet and they plan to charge when they are. - kcjflea
May 2019 - $35.00
Stayed overnight on way to Quebec from PEI. Mostly permanent summer home/RVs. Looks like it would be fun and busy in the summer. Off season it was a ghost town but we like that. Right on the river. We had to angle into our site to reach the water with one hose. Owner was friendly and helpful. There was only 30 amps. Not a problem in the cooler season for us. Nothing fancy but a good overnight stop. - billngail350
Jul 2018 - $35.00
Overnight stay on way home. It is off the main highway but it's a beautiful drive on the old highway with no slowdown in speed so a chance to see something other then 4 lanes. Sites were large, staff very friendly and we were escorted to our site. Mostly seasonal but they do have about 25 transient sites Sits right on the Saint John River - campergal