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When I was making my reservation, looking at their map, I thought the site we were reserving was right on the water. There were only 4 sites on the water, and we did NOT get one of those. But we got 'waterfront' sites - ones...More
A '' view of the bay '' reservation with no view of the bay, disgusting toilets and a staff that seemed friendly when booking which turned out to be rude and arrogant. The worst campground I've seen. While reading the reviews of other users, I...More
This is the second time that my family and I have stayed at this campground in the two bedroom cabin, and both times were awesome. The cabin is very clean and nice. The views can't be beat. The owners are a really nice family and...More
Quiet and secluded campground located in the Georgetown, Maine area, near Reid State park. Reservations made months earlier by very friendly and personable owner, Pat, and husband, Eric. We towed a 29 foot 5th wheel onto a full hookup, water view site, that was quite...More
My daughter upon arriving asked Stacy, the person in charge if she could look for a differant site, before she got set up, as there were plenty of empty sites. They reserved from Florida and were looking forward to "beautiful Ocean Side" camping. Her site...More
Maine's ocean front camping at its best. Sagadahoc Bay Campground is located at the southern tip of Georgetown Island, nestled at the head of beautiful Sagadahoc Bay. Sandy beaches for sun bathing or …Moreplaying in the warm gentle surf Rocky ledges for fishing Waterfront RV sites Tent sites on the water or in the woods Full Housekeeping Units/Park Models A truly unique feature anywhere is 1.5 Miles of hard packed sand for clamming and exploring the bay at low tide All this is topped off by a spectacular view of Seguin Island Light. Less