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25 RV Parks near Sabattus, Maine
We did however find 25 campgrounds within 25 miles of Sabattus. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Sabattus in the left hand column.
Aug 2008 - $38.00
Very nice owner's and host staff, restaurant and small supply store. Beautiful lake access with a dock for boats and visiting boats. Mostly outdated playground for kids but the lake is the main draw with a jump float and nice clean beach. Steady 30a power and decent pricing with flexible staff. We extended our stay by a half day and they charged me only $6. Now I have to be honest and list the bad - the access road is terrible and nearly 3/4 of a mile long with steep rises and falls, some overhanging tree limbs and rutted areas. Also, the sites are tight tight tight. This is NOT a place for anyone towing something longer then a 34' trailer of any type. The roads are narrow and people park their cars into the the road, I am still surprised (thanks to my wife spotting objects) that I didn't tear the roof or take out a corner marker. - mwebber78
Jun 2008 - $42.00
NOTE: GPS does not recognize Norris Point Road. The correct address is Norris Hill Road which ends at the campground. Small, mostly seasonal campground. Sites can not be booked for less than 7 days until after Memorial Day. Minimal activities: crafts, bingo, weekend horseshoe tournament. The Saturday night we stayed they had a great band. Non seasonal sites are grassy with very little shade. Small store with basics. 6 miles to get to any services. Too many seasonals tear around on golf carts for such a small campground. Lake is beautiful and quite warm for Maine. We probably won't go back. - Everyboysmomma
Aug 2018 - $1.00
Nice camp. Tight turns if not in the front spaces 1-18. Weekends became basically a party atmosphere. Slots 1-8 were large though surprisingly had to problems leveling so bring some blocks. The road into the slot and out was okay for slots 1-8 but interior to the camp the turns would have been very tight - lefield
May 2018 - $47.00
Owner makes up the rules as fits his mood. After over 12 years of camping there, and last two years of setting up a pet fence to keep our Yorkies contained and happy, this year the owner decided that a portable adjustable fence had to be taken down. Now no fence allowed. Over the years we have had many issues of their campers with barking dogs, and loose run-away dogs. Owner has an "oh well" attitude, and don't care as long has he is left alone, and collects payment. They have gone down hill every year about enforcing their so called rules. It use to be fun going to Beaverbrook, and I do not enjoy, or have interest in camping anymore. Sad day when you do what is needed to keep our pets happy and quiet, then be told to take down the fence, or leave. We choose to leave and not have the headache of other campers not following the campground rules. - stephen moody
Jul 2016 - $45.00
Reminded me of a state park with full hook ups. The entrance is literally at the end of a (3) mile long gravel road where it dead ends, so don't be alarmed. We had one of about 10 pull throughs close to the entrance and it was ok. Extensively treed, so-so water pressure, no wifi period, iffy cell service. Had to ask the check in people several questions after we checked in and their responses were less than helpful. Most likely won't stay again if in the area. - jc2
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
Sep 2016 - $38.00
We stayed here four days. We had a pullthru that was very easy to set up. Campground is very rustic with wifi and electric and sewer connections There is no cable tv. Mostly long term residents here, but a beautiful woodsy setting. Would camp here again if ever in the area. - Trucker 2
Nov 2015 - $35.00
Only park we could find in Maine that was open for business in November. Very old and rustic which isn't automatically unfavorable to us, but the sites and vegetation were neglected and it was hard to maneuver into the back-in site. The roads are dirt and in poor condition. Utilities were adequate and in good condition. Nightly rate should have included electric (per their website), but the meter was read in order to charge at check-out. Meter ended up being broken and we were made to feel like we were suspected of sabotage.
This could be a nice little campground at a reasonable price (relative to other Maine parks). I suspect the new owners will continue to make improvements but their customer service is starting off on the wrong track. - Full-Time Roamers
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
Jul 2018 - $40.00
Nice lake swimming during heat wave. Very close to neighbors. Sand and grave hard to keep out of camper. Electricity kept going on and off. Grounds are not landscaped and not attractive or inviting. We stayed here to be able to visit with nearby family and beyond that convenience was not particularly enjoyable. The park is almost all seasonal campers. - carmilake
Jun 2016 - $37.00
This was a convenient one night stopover from New Brunswick Canada to VT. It has a lovely lakeside setting with many seasonals and families with kids. As mentioned by others, the access road to the park is 3/4 mile of unpaved and bumpy travel but once inside the park the roads were fine.
Our unshaded site was part of an interior circular grassy area. None of the shady perimeter sites along the lakefront were available. We had a comfortable distance from our neighbor for our slide-out and the grassy site was level. We had 30 amp service but did not use their water or WiFi. There was a dump station near the exit but none at the site.
There were several families with kids, both in tents and in RVs. It seemed very family oriented.
Management does have lots of rules and signs. At registration we were handed a plastic bag for trash and a list of 28 rules. Signage in the (only?) bathroom was "no washing dishes or pans in sinks" and "washrooms closed between 8a and 9:30a". Perhaps the park's emphasis on kids was the reason for having so many rules. - BP106
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Old smaller campground but buildings and landscape in good condition. Staff was very friendly and very helpful. Approximately 60 percent are permanent campers. Campground is right on the lake but most water view sites are taken by permanent campers. They do rent canoes and kayaks and would be a good place for fishing. Campground has some shaded areas and very limited number of 50 amp and a few long pull thru sites. Campground road had horrible potholes on road into camp. They did drag the road before we left which made the road bearable. We camped here because it was a good Sam Park but campground would not give the 10% discount unless you paid in cash. Never experienced this from a Good Sam park. - fulltimehusker
Aug 2018 - $53.00
This campground is an excellent location to Portland, Brunswick, Freeport and coastal activities. It has easy pull thrus with spacious sites, friendly staff, a nice pool, playground and large dog park. For the cons, there is no cable tv, the sewer hookups are on a hill so you're trying to dump uphill. It's really a bad design. The road into the campground is dirt and has a lot of pot holes. They try to keep it graded but it gets full of pot holes very quickly. They need to pave the road in. Roads inside the campground are the same. There's not a lot of landscaping or anything that makes this park very appealing. We've stayed in a lot of KOAs over the years and this one is really towards the bottom when it comes to facilities and aesthetics. They are cutting corners and it shows even down to something as silly as the thinnest toilet paper I've ever experienced in the bathrooms. For the price, I would try another park in the area if I'm back this way. I didn't try their wifi. We used our Verizon and ATT hotspots and used a booster for better speeds. W/out booster Verizon was 20d/1.35U, ATT was 2.52d/.67U. With booster Verizon was 43d/3.18U and ATT was 12D/1U. OTA channels were pretty good, major stations and others came in well. We used a laundromat in Brunswick (Sunshine Center) which was very clean. The dryers worked welland it had average pricing. - Jessie1975
Jul 2018 - $39.00
Most of the sites, including ours, were bare dirt. Laundry facilities were at office which is a long way from most of the sites. Very nice fenced dog area that is grassy and shady. People in the office were very nice. Store was well stocked. Pizza delivery was available on Friday night. Very crowded with families and young children on the weekend. - ClassCdogperson
Jul 2018 - $53.00
Very large open area for Big Rig access. WiFi worked great. The only complaint is the dust! This is a very nice park, but the dust generated by any and all vehicles is overwhelming. The sites are very long and level with a lot of grass, but it is hard to sit outside when, every time someone drives by, you are covered with dust. Either pave the streets or treat them to keep the dust down. - jevans0005
Sep 2018 - $31.00
This park is run down, especially the beach area around the pond and playground. The owner doesn't live on site, nor does she have a camp host. When we arrived we called and left a voice mail regarding water. The next morning she knocked on our door to get our payment. She said she had not received our VM but had been having issues with calls NOT forwarding to her cell. Although we had reservations, YOU pick the site you want once here of what's available. We picked a site on the open, grassy hill and were the only RV up there, so LOVE our solitude. This park has many more tent sites than RV sites. However, her price was fair and the location is ideal. There was no septic or Wi-Fi but we knew that going in. Photos taken on dreary day but we were leaving the next day and rain was predicted. This C.G. Would close for the season 3 days after we left it. - Clarissa Bogan
Jul 2010 - $33.00
We spent the better part of two and a half months at this park and have been very happy with our stay here. We plan to return next spring for another extended stay. - Grumbag
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Riverbend is a park that runs along the Dead River about halfway between Lewiston and Augusta, Maine. It is a large park that is about half seasonal and half transient spaces. A section of the park is entirely seasonal, then there are occasional seasonal rentals sprinkled throughout the rest of the park. We were there the week before the park was closing for the season, and most of the seasonal rigs were already winterized. Sites are entirely grass, with water and, in the case of our site, 30 amp electric. The sites are the biggest I've seen at any park, anywhere. Really, truly spacious. For the seasonals, there seems to be little in the way of restrictions on what can be built or stored on the site, so most of the sites in the seasonal section were...how to say it...overbuilt. But that's in a section that transients will never need to go, except to do laundry. The laundry room has 2 washers and 2 dryers, and we were fighting for space, even though it was a Monday in October. The main part of the park is like a large park, with grass, trees, and the river. It's really quite lovely. The park has kayak and canoe rentals, and bass fishing in the river is apparently very good. Many of the seasonal renters have bass boats permanently on site. Showers and restrooms are nice, and everything is spotlessly clean. The owners are nice people who really care about running a nice campground. The camp store is well stocked. There's a pool, playground, and game room. Nature trails leave from the campground, and there are bike trails nearby. Highly recommended. - AnnP
Jul 2016 - $30.00
It is an "ok" park for one night. Branches drug across our MH and really should be cut. They were very low. All grass sites. We had no sewer. Wifi was NOT free. Showers were free. Only one exit/entrance and not wide enough for another car to pass. That is bothersome to us considering it is very woodsy here. Careful how your GPS brings you in. "Waze" brought us up a steep,short, sharp turn at a RR track. The hitch hit the ground there and I'm not sure how we even did it without more damage. I'm not sure I would stay again. - User3274
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Very nice campground with well maintained grounds. Some seasonal camping with well cared for sites. - sandawilliams