We camped for three nights at Camden Hills and spent one of our two days mostly in the park. The hike up to Mount Meganticook was well worth the gorgeous view. Camping-wise, this was an OK park. We are tent campers, so pretty picky about wanting private sites and quiet. We were in site 84S, which is in a small, wide-open loop. Only two sites on this loop have reasonable privacy in terms of tree cover (89 and 90), but people constantly walk right past those sites to get to the water. On the plus side, we got some sun and proximity to bathrooms, to which some campers had a very long walk. The nicest sites in terms of privacy are definitely on the outer loop, with a personal preference for 65, 69, 70, 73, 74, 75, and 81, but these sites are all very shady, maybe to a fault. The lower loop is packed close. The best site here would probably be 32, but there is some road noise. We were a little bit worried about weekend partying here, but the staff seems to be on top of it and it turned out to be surprisingly quiet in spite of the close neighbors. That's also partly just the luck of the draw. Definitely buy the campground's own wood. It's nice and dry and makes a great campfire. We won't go out of our way to stay here again, but it was a fine stopover point on the way home from Acadia.