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24 RV Parks near Harpswell Center, Maine
We did however find 24 campgrounds within 25 miles of Harpswell Center. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Harpswell Center in the left hand column.
Aug 2018 - $45.00
We did not actually stay at this park because it was full but we did drive through and talk to the office staff. A small park with 2 way sites. They do have a honey wagon and charge $10 to have it stop by your site. Honey wagon goes around the park on Monday and Friday. Roads were OK but small. I would take a motorhome here, but not a big rig due to low trees and a couple of tight turns. Office staff was very helpful and willing to answer questions. - RayN
Sep 2018 - $35.00
W/E30/I Wonderful wooded sites with great separation between sites. Main reason we chose this campground was easy access to see the Pemaquid Lighthouse 1 mile away but it turned out to be a gem even though it is a little out of the way. Internet access was only in the office area but it was very strong and had a nice place to sit and download my newspaper. Would definitely stay here again!!! - Teddi2
Aug 2018 - $40.00
Laid back with a mix of seasonal and transient sites. A pleasant place to stay. Rest rooms are very clean. The shower is clean, but funky as you must reach through the water to turn on or off. (Not enough hooks or shelves). Sites are marked with lobster buoys-- very clever. Firewood (pine) is available. WiFi near the restrooms. - Bag a donuts
Aug 2018 - $45.00
We were here for two nights and would stay here again. Park is small but the sites have plenty of room. The park was quiet with no highway or train noise. The wifi worked OK but we were parked close to the office where the wifi connection is located. Water and electric were fine. There are not a lot of sites with sewer, but the dump station is convenient to the exit, plus they do have a honey wagon. The office staff was very nice. My main issue with this park, as with many parks lately, is charging for visitors even if they are only coming to our RV for a drink or snack before going out to dinner. I can understand visitors that will be in the park all day using the facilities. - RayN
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
Aug 2018 - $68.00
In my opinion this is disappointing example of a KOA Park. This rv park in no way is up to the high standards of KOA. The other 6 KOA parks I stayed at this trip were well worth the premium KOA charges. Not this one. Seems to me tired, rough and old relative to other rv parks I stayed at. The roads were bumpy and pitted. My 35 foot Class A would not self level using its automated system due to an overly sloped site (both fore and aft, left and right) requiring a half hour with supplemental leveling blocks. Turns were tight. Paid almost $70 per night. Truth be told I had far nicer places at $30 per night this trip. - Bob9999
Aug 2018 - $51.00
Nice shady site. Level. You may need extra sewer hose. The sewer connecter was at the very rear of the site. Good wifi and several OTA channels. You have to climb a pretty steep grade to get out of the park. The reason for the 3 on satisfactory of value is because for 50.00 plus you should have cable included with FHU. - archbarb
Jun 2018 - $52.00
This KOA has new owners, and they are lovely. They are working hard to fix things up, and soon this should be a great camp. Right now, it is very rough. This is a KOA "Journey" camp with a pool and no other frills, making the >$50 price tag outrageous. We were greeted pleasantly, sign in was quick, and we were escorted to our site. Access to all sites is up a relatively steep hill. Each site is surrounded by trees making it very difficult for big rigs to navigate into and out of their pull through. Sites are hard compacted gravel that made it easy to level our 40' rig. Electrical and water hookups are good, and are located in the middle of the site. The sewer is all the way at the rear of the site. Even with trees we were able to open all of our slides, but not the awnings (and they weren't needed in the shade). This camp is in the forest so there is absolutely no way to use a satellite dish for TV, and only a few channels are available via antenna. There is no cable. The camp WIFI worked well. AT&T was at two bars LTE. - OH2SD