This is quite a nice Provincial Park with some very wooded back-in sites and other drive-through sites in an open field area. Roomy bathrooms, fairly clean. Hard to make reservations (no online system) except by waiting until May or June to call, however the park was not full so not a problem. You can walk down to the rocky beach with icy cold water, also to the golf course which has a nice small restaurant with an outdoor deck. Staff was pleasant and had firewood available for sale. We picked up a few Maine TV stations on our antenna. No Wi-Fi, but they will direct you to the local library where you can sit outside and get a signal even when it is closed. Park is convenient to Roosevelt home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is a hidden gem. Beautiful sites to chose from, very helpful staff and immaculate facilities. We will return. Wish I could find similar sites in my home state. Minus one point for interior roads, which could be graded better. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed here for the long weekend in May. had an enjoyable day, beautiful paths that lead to the ocean, large open sites, golfing within walking distance. However found there was very little choice for dining in the area, as well later in the evening staff member joined us at the campfire and after a few drinks (they helped themselves to ours) they then walked off with two of our guest cigarettes. Was not too impressed with the staff but the park is definitely worth returning too. if possible try to take the ferry boat it was a beautiful trip to the island. We camped here in a Tent.
Not all sites are electric. There are sites with full sun, and sites with full shade. We had a full shade site, it was almost too dark. We were able to pick out our site. The electricity did not work, but it was repaired quickly. Would stay here again if in the area. Restrooms and showers were very clean, and the showers were big. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campobello Island, although in New Brunswick, is reached by bridge via Maine. It is situated at the mouth of the Bay of Fundy, with some impressive tidal whirlpools off one shore. The RV park is well run and nicely laid out. There are both open and shaded sites. The grounds are well maintained and the campground abuts a picnic area on the shore. There is an easy walk to a long, cobble-stone beach, as well as a series of day hikes out of the park itself. Herring Cove comes with it's own 9-hole golf course, which is usually devoid of people (a great place for golfers like us to play!). Some of the holes have spectacular views of the Bay. The island itself is very low key (no water slides or McD.s in this place!) with good bike riding on the little-traveled roads. Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt's summer home is on the island and is open to the public in the summer and fall. It's a very interesting tour and provides a good look back in time. There is one small grocery store on the island, so stock up in Machias before you cross the bridge. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.