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53 RV Parks near Newfield, Maine
We did however find 53 campgrounds within 25 miles of Newfield. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Newfield in the left hand column.
Sep 2019 - $50.00
W32 is the worst site ever. Upon check in we were told we could see & hear the river. Well 2 hours later chilling out, the cars on the road started drag racing, and burning rubber. This went on til 2am. Never heard the river once. This place is not quiet & relaxing at all. We were stressed out the entire time. We headed back to take a shower and bathrooms were in need of cleaning too. The showers are soo small it's like showering in a telephone booth. There was no place to put shampoo, soap case, towels and clothes. No hot water at all at 4pm in the women's bathroom while the men's room had sorta warm water. Dead & alive insects and spiders all over the place. I'd rather pee in the woods. - Durant824
Sep 2019 - $70.00
Spent two nights. The dates were over Labor Day. Our son in Portland. A haul to drive. Park Ok. Tramping dirt into the camper. Rained the two days, and pine needles fell on the car and camper. Neighbor swept pine needles off of canvas. Quite extensive. No mosquitos or flies noted. I have a 16 foot camper. Lot 77 on incline but no problem with a small camper. Showers were more than adequate. - C Mallo
Jul 2018 - $75.00
This campground offers lots of amenities and activities, and a river for tubing. Our site was large and level. 2 pools, one with a water slide, and each with a hot tub. Campground is a bit dated, we were told that there are new owners, you could see a few improvements already with new signage and the rec hall seemed updated. Also looked like new utilities at most of the sites in the section we were in. There is a road that splits the campground, and this was a big distraction as you could always hear trucks and motorcycles from the campground, including one very loud car at 4:30am. Campground roads were very dusty, every vehicle had a layer of dust on it by Sunday morning. Maintenance is lacking and rules were not enforced. We saw wet clothes left around the pool, band aids, litter etc, and the park staff did not seem interested in picking up. Staff and campers all seemed very nice. For the price we paid, I expected a park with better maintenance. The river tubing was pleasant at the campground, water was comfortable, but very little current. We had to paddle ourselves to get down river. They offered a church service Sunday morning, and a treasure hunt on Saturday. The road that splits the campground prevents me from wanting to return. - Mavenheath
Aug 2018 - $48.00
There are no "deluxe sites" in this campground. There is deluxe pricing. Looks like a hard scrabble seasonal campground. - Billy D
Jul 2008 - $40.00
Narrow interior dirt roads. Sites are dirt and not. Mostly permanent and seasonals. The lake is nice. You can waterski as we saw two boats skiing. Lake is not that big however. We kayaked but got yelled at when we got too close to someone's "private' beach.?? The campground has some kayaks and canoes, but their use is not included in your camping fee. We had people traveling with us that were staying at a local motel. We were charged Guest fees at $6/adult, $4./child even though our guests used none of the facilities. We decided to leave one day early, but were not offered a refund. The gentleman in the office was nice, but the woman was curt and not very friendly. Would not stay here again. - Scudman
Aug 2007 - $64.00
Lake Ivanhoe, itself, is without exception, the clearest Lake I have ever experienced. The campground has a small beach area shared with it's canoes and kayaks. This is across the street from the campground proper. There is one float that swimmers can go out to and jump off. The site that we had (#48) was perfect. Easy to back our 5th wheel into and with enough trees to afford privacy. That is about as good as this campground gets however. It bills itself as a "resort" campground, but in 8 days there, the only activities it offered were a wagon ride and an ice cream "social" (for an added cost). They have a shuffleboard court, but no one under 12 is allowed to play, a volley ball net, 2 pool tables ($$) and a half dozen video games. The owner escorts you to your site in a golf cart then proceeds to shout directions to you on how to park your own rig. We witnessed a number of frustrated drivers due to his insistence on "helping". Most of us have derived our own method of getting into a site. We were told, during reservations, that there was a boat dock 1/4 mile away where we could bring our dogs to swim. On arrival, the dock is clearly marked "no dogs". Other campers were told that the lake is appropriate for motor boats and skiers. It is not. It is a small shallow lake. We were told by neighboring campers that the owner of the campground was on our site while we were away and while we had left our dogs in our camper. He was yelling at our dogs, which made them bark. Originally they barked a couple of times when some kids cut through the site to use the port-a-potty set up for tenters. Yelling at them from outside the camper did not calm them down! There was very little water pressure available at our site and at the rest rooms. There were 2 showers for men and 2 for women. If 2 people tried to shower at once, the water was reduced to a trickle. The campground has 3 washers ($1.50/load) and 3 dryers ($1.50/load), which gets very expensive when they prohibit clotheslines for drying towels from the beach. The camp store is very lightly stocked. It had a minimum of camping supplies, ice, milk, bread and a few items of canned goods and condiments. They do not even sell coffee or newspapers. (warning: ice is $4.20 per bag!) Luckily, only 1 mile away is 7 Lakes Provisions, which is the best stocked and most reasonably priced store (ice is $1.49 per bag!) of it's kind I have ever been to! We chose this campground because of it's location in South Central NH. After being in the area and seeing so many better campgrounds than the one we chose, we would not be likely to stay there again. - Everyboysmomma
Jul 2019 - $45.00
We were in the new sites, a lot of room for a private park. Black top with double wide on site entrance for car. No shade in the new area. Most of the old area are permanent trailer but very well maintained. About 45 min from the coast or White Mountains in NH. - Robert K
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Most of the park is long term seasonal. Most are well maintained, but some not so much. Very much a family atmosphere with kids riding around on bikes, and adults on golf carts. It is an older park that is family run in a heavily forested location. I have stayed here 2 times because it is located in an area I wanted to be, and would not hesitate to return. Reservation requires advance payment of one nights stay. No credit cards. - mroswell
Oct 2014 - $22.00
This is a hidden jewel. We stayed here two weeks because it was close to our relatives. We made a good decision. They do not accept credit cards, but will take checks or cash. The staff is wonderful, helpful and friendly. There is a fully stocked store, ball park, pool, recreation room, snack bar and fishing pond. Most of the sites are occupied by seasonal tenants, but the park is very clean and pleasing to camp within. Everyone we encountered was friendly and neighborly. Our only complaint would be the weekend band at the pub located up the hill on the highway. On Fridays and Saturdays they play loud music late into the night and we had no trouble hearing them. This was minimal, so not a huge issue. We would definitely stay again. - normav
May 2018 - $44.00
We had one of three pull throughs that overlooked the playground. There are quite a few seasonal campers. It's a nice wooded campground. We were there before Memorial Day so the pool wasn't open and the campground wasn't full. We were there to visit the surrounding area so it served our purposes. Friendly staff and the park is well maintained. Except the bathroom/showers could use an upgrade but they were clean. Two washers and two dryers in the laundry room. $2.00 each. Cable and WiFi both worked well. Took us a couple trys and some boards to get level. - Patricia57
Aug 2017 - $38.00
We used this as a quick overnight spot. The staff was so very nice and helpful. We used the dump station on arrival as we had a site without sewer (our choice) and the gentleman in a cart waited patiently for us, then escorted us to our site. The site was in the woods and totally shaded which was good in August in Maine. The site was easy to back into. The parking pad was dirt/grass and we had just a little leveling to do. All electric and water connections were in good shape, no corrosion. The site was far from the toilets and bathhouse. Showers looked to be coin operated. We keep a voltage meter on and saw that voltage dropped to about 105 around 7:00 but recovered to 113 at 8:30 and fully back to 120 by 9pm. We use a surge protector to safeguard our rv as fluctuations do happen everywhere. Dump station was clean, tidy and totally organized. The campground provided the drain sewer hose and the rinse hose so our time there was quick and easy. Lovely place run by lovely folks. - khorne
Jun 2017 - $28.00
The owners bust their humps to be courteous and helpful. Mostly seasonal people here who are quite friendly. They're dog friendly. It's a gated, safe park for sure. You're situated about 10 miles from stores you need. They have a pool, 2 washers and two dryers. They sell firewood as well. The sites are much larger than most places overall. Wifi but no cable at ours and antenna picked up nothing really. There are sites in the woods as well for smaller units. - WhiskerCamping
Aug 2017 - $42.00
Scott's Cove is a small "rustic" campground with about 50 sites, mostly seasonal. We love it because it is very quiet during the week and most weekends. The small beach is great for swimming and dock space is available on request. This may not be the best campground for small children, but it does have a pirate ship playground and a grassy field to play in. The campground is centrally located between the Me Coast and the White mountains of NH. - Bill Spinney
Jul 2019 - $24.00
Although the sites are a little close they are clean, shaded and level. The staff is VERY helpful and VERY friendly. Water pressure was good, Wifi was steady and electric was good. They have a salt water pool which was amazing and relaxing and kept immaculate. They have live bands on Saturday nights and on the last night we were there they had a Christmas feast. They were doing Christmas in July. You could bring a covered dish to the feast if you wished but wasn't neccessary. They supplied the meat, grilled turkey on a barbeque pit and there was enough food to go around for everyone who showed up with LOTS of left-overs. We WILL return if we're ever anywhere near there. Also just a few miles down the road is a TAX FREE zone where it stays VERY busy with folks coming to buy everything from clothes to furniture. We absolutely LOVED this place. - powwowron
Sep 2016 - $40.00
Extremely friendly staff, the swimming pool is large and very clean. Great activities provided by the campground, the camp store is well stocked, campground is near a pizza shop and food market. I had a ice roomy site. - Fulltimer007
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Park manager is a good lady. We arrived late but she helped us get settled. We asked for a site near showers and she was able to give us one. The first two rows up front by the entry are the best. Enough space, close to laundry, pool, nice game room for kids. The pool is the best we've seen on our NE trip this summer. Tall pines all over which are beautiful for the "camping feel," but hard for getting tv reception. My husband finally found the right spot after minimal time, but still had some "snow" time to time. Clean, gorgeous flowers all around the office. Very small store area. We would definitey come back. - Lin and Rich
Aug 2015 - $46.00
We stayed here on short notice, and we were able to get a small site not far from the main office. Nice little site which fit our 15' camper quite well. There was a lot foot traffic past the site, but it wasn't really a problem. I'd say the only drawback to the campground was the golf cart traffic. They were pretty noisy, and there were a lot of them buzzing around all day.
All in all, Woodland Acres is a nice family campground with lots for the kids to do.
Great facilities and the best camp store I've seen. - 2beagles
May 2015 - $30.00
This was our first trip to Acres of Wildlife. The above stated rate is the published rate. We stayed for $0 because we participated in the "free cleanup weekend". Basically, they offer you a free weekend in return for some raking and cleanup activities throughout the campground. It turned out to be about 3-4 hours worth of work, the rest was camping/fun time.
The park was nice, and is definitely family oriented. Lots of games/activities for kids (and adults). Sites are decent, but probably look better once more foliage fills in the trees. This place has the very best camp store I have ever seen, a must see! The road is very dry and dusty, and with the constant truck/golf cart traffic it got things pretty dirty. All in all we had a good time. We are definitely planning a return trip later this Summer. - BigNuge
Sep 2014 - $40.00
Another great stay at Acres of Wildlife! This campground keeps making some wonderful improvements. Year after year they add sites, clear trees, and are constantly making the sites better and better. This year they also added some tree houses for campers to rent. So if you do not have a camper you can still find a way to have a great time at Acres. We have been coming here for many years and it always great to go back. This weekend was no different. They did a great job with their Halloween weekend by having a Haunted House and such great campers to make the campground something spectacular. There is no doubt that we will return again. - clw_man
Sep 2019 - $33.00
Beautiful park. A lot of seasonals (and year round?) but most maintain them well. Everyone we met were very friendly.
The pond is nice as well as the well maintained trails around it. Very quiet at night! - April n John
May 2018 - $27.00
Probably the best campground I've been to. No frills, but solid amenities, nice sites, and great staff. The fellow, who runs the place, is great! He helped us get the water working on our new TT. He was very funny, helpful, and all around just a good guy. We camped very early in the season, it was not very busy. Really nice pull through site and a dump station, very large and easy to use. It looks like the majority of sites are seasonals. When we arrived, we thought there were only a few campers, the next morning we noticed a bunch of seasonals there - we didn't even know! That's how quiet it is there! - dewnut
Sep 2016 - $27.00
I feel that a 6 accurately depicts this campground. There were some positives and negatives to the campground. The campground does provide free firewood (nice benefit) and was only 27.00 per night before taxes. There are a variety of sites, seasonal, tent, and rv sites. We were given an escort to our site and told that if we could not back into our site they would use a tractor to park the camper. Most of the rv sites are spacious, however the site that we were given was very tight for my 30 foot travel trailer. I was able to back my trailer into the site and I did need to prune a few branches as they were up against my trailer. The pedestal was at the very back of the site, which means you need a long hose for both water and a power supply. The water pressure was very low but the electricity worked well. No sewer, wifi, or cable on the site. I did manage to get a few channels on the antenna. I did not use the shower in the trailer as the water pressure was to low and decided to use the restroom in the campground. However, I feel that the shower really could use a more thorough cleaning. Aside from the fact that this is an adult campground, that does not need to mean there should be absolutely nothing to do. Labor day weekend, you would think some campground activities would be on the schedule for people to participate in. - clw_man