cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Traveling in a 38 foot coach we stayed 6 nights in a site for big rigs. This park is adults only. The site we had was level but like most sites in our area it lacked gravel on the dirt pad. The park has new owners and they have been adding gravel to many of the sites. I compliment them for the great improvements they are undertaking and all the work they’ve done so far. There are a lot of full-time residents in this park and their sites are well kept and clean. Our satellite did not work here (to many large trees to get reception). If you have a dog there is ample area to walk. If you are looking for a quiet and clean park where you can sit outside and relax… go here. We enjoyed our stay, and would go back.
As others noted, sites here are generally very small. We were fortunate and had one backing onto the Salt Marshes that was a comfortable size, but it was so uneven that we had to dig holes for our front tires to drop into to be able to keep the levellers from lifting the back tires off the ground. The views of the marshes were beautiful.
Wifi was paid so we did not try it. The washrooms were passable. Showers were small but had good temperatures and pressure.
Staff consists of a husband and wife. He was friendly, she was miserable. We went up to the "Camp Store", which had no stock, to get change for the laundry. We waited 10 minutes and tried phoning them, no one ever arrived. We had to drive to a gas station to get coins.
From the campground you are 20 minutes to Portland and 30 the Freeport. Orchard Beach is nearby but we did not make it there.
We were in New England on a color tour, and stayed here on recommendation of friends who moved to the area. It is a pretty campground, wooded and well kept. We stayed two nights. There is a lot to see in the area. Many of the sites have units kept there all summer. Some of the views are of salt marshes, as it is close to the Atlantic. One can rent kayaks, although we did not get a chance. One of the most photographed lighthouses in the country is located about 20 minutes away. It is also close to Portland, which is supposed to be a very foodie city. Staff was helpful. It is a fairly basic campground, and as it is adults only, no kids play areas or game areas, which was fine for us. It was quiet at night. Only thing that was disappointing was that the firewood we bought did not burn well. If in the area again, we will definitely try to stay here.
Sardine city, crammed into a spot right up against another. It should say Old Adult Campground. Quite hours 9 until 8. Nothing to do on site except rent a canoe or kayak. Close to Portland about 12 miles which took 30 minutes with traffic. If you don't like kids this is your place but there are too many other campsites that are better. Staff was unfriendly and sticklers for the rules. I would not stay here again.
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Also rated are physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
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A quintessential coastal town where you can find former presidents enjoying lobster rolls side-by-side with salty fishermen and suntanned day-trippers, Kennebunkport has come to define summers in New England....
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