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2 RV Parks near Jackman, Maine
Aug 2018 - $35.00
Great little spot to camp. Staff are wonderful, very friendly and will go out of the way to help you. Very quiet campground. Lots of seasonal campers, but don't let that bother you as they were all very friendly. No issues with power. Water pressure is a little low, but not that big of a deal. We used a full hookup once. No issues with sewer. They do have a free dump station with easy access and Honeywagon on site. (extra fee, but not very much). We have camped here twice and are looking at getting a seasonal spot. Very beautiful wooded area. Some of the sites were a little tight, but not that big of a deal. If you have issues with your assigned site, management is real good about working with you. Some of the sites are close and others are more spread out. Firewood is available at the office for $10 a bundle. We did disconnect so we could make store runs. Kid friendly with nice playground. Close to Canada if you would like to visit. There is a real good store about 10 minutes from the camp ground. Be sure to check out the meat prices. They have specials and the quality was awesome, well worth the price. I look forward to returning here. Real close to town. Lots of stores and things to do or just hang out on the campground and enjoy the quiet. - Renagade007
Aug 2017 - $45.00
This wooded campground has only 20/30 amp service - no 50. There are only 7 sites with sewers, and they are all back-in sites. The pull-thru sites do not have sewers. There are a lot of people here with ATV's, as there are a lot of trails nearby. The campground is adjacent to a stream, and has a pond, playground, restrooms, and dump station. Seasonal people are friendly, and there is good Wi-Fi and cable TV. Campground owner did not honor Good Sam discount, but reluctantly gave $10 off a 4 night stay. Also, she charged $5 a day more than posted on their website, and claimed that she had nothing to do with the website, and could not change it. - Light
Jul 2017 - $35.00
We stayed one night and didn't see a soul until we left and there was someone in the office. It looks like a lot of summer campers - but there was no one around. Lots of mosquitos. Somewhat rundown. - Funpro
Aug 2017 - $40.00
The Birches has 5 RV sites. One particular site is right on the lake with an absolutely gorgeous view. The sites have water and electric. The sites are not cramped. Dump station nearby. The restaurant in the lodge has a wonderful menu with specials every night. The food is great. The staff is friendly and nice. - william wilson
Jul 2013 - $48.00
After visiting their website and reading all the flowery prose, I booked two nights in our RV. I wish now I hadn't chose to visit this poor example of what being a good host means. The Birches talks a good show, but all is not as it would seem. The RV sites are dreadful, Moosehead Lake is barely in view, you are placed at the marina, and the mechanics garage is in front of you. You feel like "Cinderella", before her fairy godmother appears. My advice to campers is to stay away from here. There were other issues, but the bottom line is the Birches rates a "2" and I'm being generous. - prose4those
Sep 2009 - $40.00
The Birches is a beautiful log cabin resort on the prettiest part of Moosehead Lake. It offers 2 RV sites, 2 yurts, and housekeeping cabins. The RV sites are right at the marina, which is on a sheltered channel. Campers could dock their own boat right by their RV. The Birches offers launching for your own boat or rental of a power boat or kayak. Added treats are on-site float plane sightseeing or a moose cruise on a pontoon boat. There is a beautiful full service dining room overlooking the lake. - trailergypsy