Sunday – Saturday 8:00 am to 8:00 pm
Leave a message if we are not able to answer and we will get back to you as soon as we can. Reservations for Summer 2023 will open up January 1st, 2023.
Our RV sites will be your home away from home! We have sites that are open, wooded or located in the beautiful apple orchard! Some are pull through sites to accommodate larger RV's. We have 20/30 AMP sites and 20/30/50 AMP sites. All sites have water on them & there is a sewer dump station in front of the bath house. We offer a mobile sewer pump trailer service for an added charge. All sites have a fire ring and picnic table.
Our tent sites are all in a wooded portion of the campground, just a short walk away from the bathhouse. Sit in the quiet and listen to the birds chirp while you have your morning coffee. All sites have a fire ring and picnic table.
YOU MAY TENT ON ANY SITE THAT YOU WISH
THE PRICE IS BASED ON THE SITE YOU HAVE SELECTED,
NOT THE FACT THAT YOU ARE TENTING
PLEASE CALL FOR GROUP TENTING
ALL TENT SITES HAVE FIRE RINGS & PICNIC TABLES
THERE IS NO ELECTRIC OR WATER SUPPLY ON THE TENT SITES, IF YOU NEED EITHER, SELECT AN RV SITE
ALL RV/CAMPER SITE PRICES ARE BASED ON THE SITE YOU SELECT & YOUR CAMPER
IF YOU NEED 20/30 AMP, BUT SELECT A 20/30/50 AMP SITE, YOU WILL BE CHARGED THE 20/30/50 AMP SITE PRICE
CERTAIN SITES HAVE RIG TYPE RESTRICTIONS, PLEASE REFER TO THE NOTES IN THE SITE MAP OR CALL
ALL RV/CAMPER SITES HAVE FIRE RINGS, PICNIC TABLES, WATER & ELECTRIC
THERE IS NOT SEWER ON THE INDIVIDUAL CAMP SITES, THERE IS A DUMP STATION IN FRONT OF THE BATHHOUSE
WE OFFER A PUMP TRAILER SERVICE FOR AN ADDED FEE & MUST BE SCHEDULED IN THE OFFICE
SCHEDULED PUMP OUTS ARE MONDAY AND THURSDAY MORNINGS AND IS $20
EMERGENCY PUMP OUT FEE IS $50
NO ELECTRIC OR WATER
HOLIDAY WEEKEND $38
FLY IN WEEKEND $40
RV/CAMPER SITES - 20/30 AMP
WITH WATER & ELECTRIC
UNDER 28 FEET OVER 28 FEET
NIGHTLY $39 NIGHTLY $41
HOLIDAY WEEKEND $43 HOLIDAY WEEKEND $45
FLY IN WEEKEND $45 FLY IN WEEKEND $47
WEEKLY $234 WEEKLY $246
RV/CAMPER SITES - 20/30/50 AMP
WITH WATER & ELECTRIC
HOLIDAY WEEKEND $54
FLY IN WEEKEND $56
All site rentals are for 2 adults & 2 children, all extra adults are $7/per night & children are $5/per night.
More than 4 adults will need to rent 2 or more sites.
Please call for larger groups so that we find you the best fit.
Discount not available for Memorial Day weekend, 4th of July, Labor Day weekend, or Fly-In weekend in September (dates vary yearly)
WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO MOVE YOUR SITE TO ANOTHER SITE OF THE SAME CLASS TO ACCOMMODATE FOR LONGER STAYS
UNLESS YOU HAVE PAID A SITE LOCK FEE OF $10.00
ALL HOLIDAY DEPOSITS FOR 2023: REFUNDS WILL ONLY BE ISSUED AS A GIFT CARD, FOLLOWING THE CURRENT REFUND POLICY AT TIME OF CANCELLATION
RATES & DEPOSIT, CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME
GIFT CARDS NOW AVAILABLE IN ANY AMOUNT
DISCOUNTS FOR ALL ACTIVE DUTY, VETERANS & FIRST RESPONDERS
*SELECT MEMBERSHIP AT CHECK OUT AND SELECT EITHER MILITARY OR FIRST RESPONDER AND ENTER THE INFO
3 night minimum stay on Memorial, Labor Day & Columbus Day weekends *
2 night minimun stay over the 4th of July *
Fly-In Weekend in September is at the Fly-In rate & 2 night minimum *
*HOLIDAY RATES APPLY
DEPOSITS: ALL HOLIDAY WEEKEND & FLY-IN STAYS REQUIRE EITHER HALF DOWN OR TO BE PAID IN FULL WHEN BOOKING
FIRST NIGHTS STAY, PLUS EXTRA PERSON FEES ARE DUE AS A DEPOSIT WHEN BOOKING
IF BOOKING WITHIN 10 DAYS OF ARRIVAL TIME, TOTAL RESERVATION MUST BE PAID WHEN BOOKING
CANCELLATIONS: A NO-SHOW WILL RESULT IN BEING CHARGED THE AMOUNT OF THE STAY TO THE CARD ON FILE
IF YOU CANCEL WITHIN 10 DAYS OF ARRIVAL YOUR DEPOSIT OR TOTAL PAYMENT (HOLIDAYS) IS NON-REFUNDABLE
CANCELLATION MORE THAN 10 DAYS PRIOR TO ARRIVAL WILL RESULT IN A $15 FEE
You can now log in and see all past and future reservations, along with make payments and manage other specific things.
Please shoot the office an email to get your custoemr portal email registration at firstname.lastname@example.org
For those already with a log in, follow this link to log back in and manage your reservations.
SAFETY, RULES & REGULATIONS
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES - Maine State law prohibits anyone under the age of 21 to possess or consume alcoholic beverages or anyone to furnish alcoholic beverages to anyone under the age of 21. Alcohol must be contained to your own campsite.
BICYCLES - State of Maine Law requires that children under the age of 16 years old must wear a helmet. We want to keep all children safe, so please make sure your children obey this rule & are riding safely. Bicycles will not be ridden after dark. Please ride at a reasonable speed.
CHILDREN - Your children are your responsibility, please keep an eye on them. No one under the age of 18 will be allowed to camp or be left without adult supervision. Children under 18 must be on a campers’ site and under adult supervision at 10pm. NO "POWER WHEELS" or powered children's recreation vehicles allowed in the campground.
CIGARETTE SMOKERS/VAPING - Please do not drop cigarette butts on the ground. Discarding of butts should be done in a neat and safe manner. Either burn them or dispose of them in another safe manner so that they do not catch trash barrels on fire. Please do not smoke anything in or around our restrooms, store or playground.
FIREWORKS, FIREARMS, OTHER WEAPONS & ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES ARE PROHIBITED ON CAMPGROUND PROPERTY
MOOSEHEAD ATV RIDERS - The town of Greenville asks that you please stay on the marked ATV Access Route. To access Indian Hill Trading Post, please travel in the breakdown lane. Please carefully watch for traffic on Route 15, as it is fast. When travelling in downtown Greenville you will stay in the travel lane and abide by the posted speed limit, 25 MPH. You must be 16 years of age or older to operate an ATV on a public paved road. Please stay on marked trails.
PROFANITY/BEHAVIOR - Explicit behavior or inappropriate language by children or adults will not be tolerated. This will result in expulsion without refund. This is a family campground and rowdy and inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated. The police or sheriff’s department will be called to escort uncooperative campers if needed.
QUIET HOURS - Will be observed from 10pm - 7am. Nightly patrol will ensure compliance with this rule. Anyone that does not comply with this rule will be asked to leave. Please no radios or TVs on outside during quiet hours. Please be respectful of others trying to relax or sleep.
VEHICLES - The speed limit in the campground is 5 MPH. There is limited space on each site for parking depending on the site and any additional vehicles must be parked in the designated parking area up front. Parking on adjacent sites is not allowed. Please watch for children, pets and people walking, always. There will be no refund given for guests asked to leave for unsafe driving. No ATV’s, golf carts or other motorized vehicles of any kind, are allowed on campground roads or in your site. ATV’s are to be parked in the designated area by the office.
CAMPING & CAMP SITES
BATHROOMS - Bathrooms are cleaned daily. Please pick up after yourself when you exit the bathrooms. Children under 6 years of age must be accompanied by an adult. NO BARE FEET ALLOWED.
CAMPFIRES - Must be kept small and within the fire pit provided by the campground. Do not leave your campsite or go to bed with a fire still burning. PLEASE DO NOT MOVE FIRE PITS. Firewood is sold at the store. Do not burn large logs in the fire pits. Please do not burn pressure treated lumber, lumber with nails or screws, or lumber that has been painted. Firewood from out of state is not permitted, per Maine state law: "Buy where you burn." This prevents the spread of insects, etc. from one location or state to another. Please use caution with fires on windy days. Do not burn trash in your fire, paper and wood are the only items allowed in the fire pits. There will be a fee of $25 if trash is left.
CAMPFIRES LEFT UNATTENDED AT ANY TIME WILL RESULT IN A $25 FEE & YOU WILL BE ASKED TO LEAVE!
NO CUTTING OR DISFIGURING ANY TREES - You will be asked to leave.
DO NOT DUMP CHARCOAL OR ASHES IN THE WOODS
CAMPSITES - Campsites are rented to one family consisting of two adults and two children (under the age of 18). Extra adults or children will be charged a fee. Please do not drive nails, screws or any other damaging object into trees or peel the bark off. Please dispose of all trash and cans/bottles in the appropriate bins throughout the campground. Please do not leave trash outside your camper/tent at night, it will likely attract unwanted nuisance animals. Please leave all picnic tables and railroad ties where you found them.
RESERVATIONS, DEPOSITS, CANCELLATIONS & REFUNDS
Upon making a reservation online or over the phone there will be a deposit required for one night’s stay plus fees.
Reserving within 10 days of your stay, full payment is required.
Holiday reservations, require to pay half down when booking.
Sea plane fly-in reservations, require payment in full when booking.
No refunds issued for an early departure or departure due to weather.
If you shorten your length of stay upon arrival, you will need to pay for the full reservation.
No-shows are not allowed, if you do so, you authorize the full stay to be charged to the card on file.
Cancellation within 10 days before arrival, will result in forfeiting the deposit/payment.
Cancellation prior to 10 days before arrival there is a $15 fee.
ALL HOLIDAY DEPOSITS FOR 2022: REFUNDS WILL ONLY BE ISSUED AS A GIFT CARD, FOLLOWING THE CURRENT REFUND POLICY AT TIME OF CANCELLATION
RATES & DEPOSIT, CANCELLATION & REFUND POLICIES MAY CHANGE AT ANY TIME
NO REFUNDS ON HOLIDAY RESERVATIONS.
If you reserve more than one campsite, you are responsible for the deposit for each family for which you have reserved a site or sites.
CHECK-IN - Check-in is from 1pm until 7pm. If you will be arriving after 7pm, please call the office to inform us. THERE ARE ABSOLUTELY NO CHECK-INS/SET UP AFTER 8PM, THERE ARE NO EXCEPTIONS TO THIS RULE, PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY. WE ARE NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR TRAFFIC ISSUES.
CHECK-OUT - Check-outs are at 11am. Late check-out fee is $50.00.
INCLEMENT WEATHER - Camping is an outdoor experience. Therefore, we do not give refunds due to discomforts or acts of nature or otherwise (example: rain/storms).
LOST AND FOUND - Please see the office for lost and found articles.
PETS - We are a pet friendly campground. Please make sure your pet behaves properly and does not disturb other campers having a quiet family vacation. The rules must be followed, or your pet will be required to leave campground property. Pets must be QUIET AT ALL TIMES AND PICKED UP AFTER. Pets are not to be left unattended at any time. Please be sure to have a plastic bag when walking your dog. You must always have your pet leashed and under control, therefore, NO child under the age of 15 can walk a dog. Management reserves the right to refuse to allow pets on campground property if they feel they are a danger to other campers.
PRIVACY - Respect the privacy of other campers and do not trespass or cut through their sites. Please make sure your children and guests are aware of this rule.
PURE SPRING WATER - Our well water is great for drinking. It has been tested by the Maine Department of Health & Human Services.
SEWERAGE/DUMP STATION - The dump station is free to our campers when exiting the campground. Our pumping is done two times per week. The fee for pumping is $20.00 for black and gray water holding tanks, each additional gray tank is $10.00. You must sign up for pumping the day before. Emergency pumping is available for an extra fee. Only use RV toilet paper in your RV. No fluid discharge of any type can flow into or onto the ground, per state law. You will be asked to leave if you do so. Please use sink outside the rest rooms for washing dishes ONLY.
VISITORS - Upon entering the campground all visitors must register BEFORE going to ANY site. Visitors wishing to bring a boat must call ahead for availability. All day visitors must be off the grounds by 9:00pm. All visitors' vehicles are to be parked on the site they are visiting or in our overflow parking area. Visitors are not allowed to bring dogs.
NOTICE TO GUESTS
This property is privately owned. The Camper(s) and/or Guest(s) accept camping privileges with the understanding that he/she does hereby release the Campground, its owners and employees of ALL liability for loss or damage to property and injury to his/her use of its facilities, and agrees to indemnify the Campground, its owners and employees, against claims resulting from loss or damage to property or injury to the person of any member of the family or guest(s) of the registered camper arising out of use of its facilities.
I have read and agree to comply with all of Moosehead Family Campground rules and regulations as posted in office, website, reservations and/or on the grounds and review them with all guests that I have signed in.
MAINE INHERENT RISKS OF CAMPING
Under Maine law, a camper or a guest of the camper in a private campground assumes the risk of any injury to person or property resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of camping and may not recover damage or damages from any private campground owner or operator for any injury or death resulting from any of the inherent dangers and risks of camping. The inherent dangers and risks of camping include but are not limited to, changing weather conditions; surface or subsurface conditions, such as rocks, stumps, trees, forest growth or other natural objects; variations in terrain; and the failure of campers and their guests to recreate safely, in control and within their own abilities.
The Moosehead Lake Region offers unsurpassed canoeing / kayaking adventures. Try it alone or go with one of the areas outfitters, guides, lessons, rafting, such as Northwoods Outfitters, Allagash Canoe Trips, or Northeast Guide Service.
Rent canoes or kayaks at many locations including Northwoods Outfitters 207-695-3288 and Indian Hill Trading Post 207-695-2104
Experience the thrills of a lifetime on the Kennebec and Penobscot Rivers, as well as, other area rivers. Go with one of the many excellent area companies such as:
What a ride you’ll have!
Trips are available for all levels of expertise. Daily water releases, thrilling rapids, and dramatic scenery all awaits you and your family.
Go for a wilderness adventure or scenic tour. Take off from the lake, sit back and enjoy the ride. You’ll never see Moosehead better. What a view!
Jack’s Air Service 207-695-3020 and Curriers Flying Service 207-695-2778. At Curriers stop in and see Sue and Roger, they’ll set you up with the trip perfect for you and your budget. Fly in to remote lakes and ponds also, for a truly wilderness experience.
World famous fly-fishing is offered to you. Try the Roach River or the East Outlet of the Kennebec River for some great fly-fishing fun.
The abundant lakes, rivers, ponds and streams in the region offer you a wide variety of fishing adventures. Typical of this region are the cold water species, Brook Trout, Landlocked Salmon, and Lake Trout. In winter, ice fishing is available.
Two golf courses, Squaw Mt. Village Golf Course and Mt. Kineo Golf Course, offer challenging and scenic courses with Mt. Kineo’s on the shore of Kineo Island on Moosehead Lake. Cart and club rentals available. Or try the Leisure Life Resort’s Driving Range 207-695-3737.
All around the Moosehead Lake Region wildlife abounds, moose, deer, fox, bear, loon, birds of all kinds, including eagles & falcons, and so much more. Take a guided moose tour with one of the region’s many guide services such as the popular trip with:
You can tour by pontoon boat, foot, canoe, kayak, or Jeep/van with Moosehead Lake Region’s private and group tour companies. Don’t forget to bring your camera!!!
The Katahdin 207-695-2716, or “Kate” as she’s affectionately called by all, offers cruises on Moosehead Lake on this original log-hauling steamer.
Take the 3-hour Sugar Island cruise or the 5-hour cruise to Kineo Island.
Call the Moosehead Marine Museum, home of the Katahdin, and ask about the “Head of the Lake” trip. A 10-hour cruise that travels the full 40-mile length of Moosehead Lake from Greenville to Toe of the Boot and back. 85% of Moosehead Lake is undeveloped. The only way to see the whole lake is by boat or air.
Fine marinas located throughout the Region. Reasonable rates for docking, launching, or renting. Beaver Cove Marina 207-695-3526 or Moosehead Marina 207-534-4400
Two municipal outdoor courts located next to Greenville High School.
Bring your own rackets and tennis balls for an early morning match or enjoy a cool evening match under the lights.
Enjoy the beautiful scenery but watch out for the Moose. Bring you own bike or rent one at Northwoods Outfitters 207-695-3288.
Don’t forget your camera!
The region also offer a hiking challenge named the Moosehead Pinnacle Pursuit.
Restaurants abound in the Greenville, from fine dining at the Blair Hill Inn, to family style meals or burgers at The Dockside (on the water option), Trailside Restaurant, Auntie M’s (breakfast/lunch), The Stress Free Moose, to pizzas and subs at Jamieson’s Market (Jamos) or Breton’s Store. At Kelly’s Landing Restaurant, enjoy dinner by the lake and sit and watch the seaplanes take off and land or watch the Katahdin as she cruises the lake.
Moosehead Lake Region Has it all!