Camped on site 107 which is one of the best. It has only water and electricity. Restrooms/Showers are within 1 minute walk. The lake is within 15 minutes walk or 2 minutes car drive. Great for water skiing and boating. You can also scuba dive, but not a lot to see (visibility less then 5 feet!). Bicycle path for about 10 km. It also has a few hiking paths. The only bad comment is about the last 15 km of road to get to the campground. The campground is located in the middle of nowhere, very small community, so the road is old and neglected. Drive slowly, it's worth it.
Another parking lot camping! Really amazing to see how the KOA is more and more about the number of sites as opposed to the quality!. We had a "Deluxe W/E Oceanfront/Oceanview". For me, Oceanview/Oceanfront means that I see only water in front of me and not the Maine main land at less then a mile!. The site was very small, barely enough again for the trailer and the awning.
We are new to the travel trailer; we own an hybrid. We have camped for over 30 years in various places in Canada and the USA. We reserved the site over phone since we never went to this area before. Upon arrival the very friendly and qualified staff managed our reservation properly. The shock is when we got to our site! We were on site 107 (I believe), right up front. I have never seen so small sites in my life. It was barely large enough for the trailer width with the awning open! We were not very happy with this but there was nothing else available. On the positive side, the staff was very good and provided lots of useful information.