Welcome to Moosehead Family Campground!

Moosehead Family Campground is located in Greenville, Maine on Rt. 15 just one mile south of Moosehead Lake in the Katahdin – Moosehead Lake Region

(The Maine Highlands) 

A clean family atmosphere awaits north woods travelers at 312 Moosehead Lake Road (Rt. 15) located just one mile south of Moosehead Lake in the Katahdin-Moosehead Lake Region.  A clean family atmosphere awaits north woods travelers and sportsmen at Moosehead Family Campground.  Traveling north on Route 15, a gradual awareness of entering a New Land . . . something unique and timeless . . . begins to take over your very soul, and the frantic, hurried world starts to fade into the future as you progress toward a Gentler Time.  Suddenly, as you leave the Campground and head towards town, a view opens before you that must surely be a Fantasy . . . another world . . . A view not found anywhere else . . .

This is Moosehead . . .

                                           Welcome the Experience . . .

                                                                                                   Experience the Welcome!

Moosehead Family Campground

Welcome to the Moosehead Family Campground located in the town of Greenville the heart of the Maine north woods and just minutes from majestic Moosehead Lake!

Moosehead Family Campground offers 20, 30, and 50 amps sites, with large, private treed and open sites, all with fire rings and picnic tables. Pull thru sites available to accommodate any length RV / trailer.

The campground is just minutes away from downtown Greenville, where sailing on the steamship Katahdin, golf, public beaches, restaurants, tennis courts, moose safaris, rafting, and shopping are all nearby. Ease into a world quietly tucked away in a valley surrounded by mountains and forests; where Mother Nature rules and man respects her reign.

Step into another world where the deer and moose wander freely, as eagles soar above and rivers run wild with fish. Nestled in amongst an abundant stand of apple, spruce, fir, and pine trees, the campground offers quiet solitude away from the hustle and bustle of the outside world.

Campground amenities include:

  • Tent Sites
  • RV sites
  • Mobile Sewer Truck
  • Quiet time from 10 pm to 7 am
  • Camp Store
  • Ice
  • Firewood
  • Pets Welcome
  • Phone
  • Wi-Fi Available
  • Clean, spacious bath house
  • Hot showers included in site rates for our camping guests
  • Private changing areas


On weekend and holiday mornings, join us for
complimentary coffee, tea, and hot chocolate in the camp store.

Also join us for:
Fall Foliage
Moose Watching
Hunters and Fishermen Welcome

Moosehead Family Campground
312 Moosehead Lake Road (RT. 15)
PO Box 307
Greenville, ME 04441-0307

Email us at: mail@mooseheadcampground.com

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2017 Rates

2017 Camping Rates

Water and Electric Sites (per night for 2 persons plus tax *):

20 or 30 amp – $32-$40

50 amp – $45


Tent Sites (per night for 2 persons plus tax *):

No water or electric – $28

With Electric only – $30 


Additional Persons:

No Charge 12 years of age and under.

13 Years of age and Older – $5.00 per person per Night plus tax *

*  All Prices Include Free 24 hr Hot Showers at Bath House



  • No Charge for Pets
  • Can NOT be left alone
  • MUST be kept on leash
  • Waste MUST be picked up and disposed of in garbage
  • Shots MUST be up to date



DIRECTIONS to Moosehead Family Campground


  • Take I-95 North to Exit 157 Newport (formerly exit 39) 
  • At end of exit ramp turn left
  • Follow Route 7 North to Dexter
  • Then turn left onto Route 23 North to Guilford & Sangerville
  • Then turn left onto Route 15 North to Greenville
  • We are on the right hand side of Route 15 about 1-1/2 miles past the Kineo View Motel Sign


  • Take I-95 South to Exit #185 Bangor (Broadway / Rt. 15 No.)(formerly exit #48) 
  • At end of exit ramp turn right onto Route 15 North
  • FOLLOW Route 15 North to Greenville

FROM THE NORTH (via Rt. 173 Quebec, Canada):

  • After crossing through Customs, take Route 201 South to Jackman, Maine
  • Turn left onto Route 15 South to Greenville, Maine
  • at blinking light in Greenville turn right
  • (your are still on Route 15 South)
  • We are located 1 mile south on the left hand side of Route 15
  • Call us if you have any questions or would like more specific directions.

Things to Do



The Moosehead Lake Region offers unsurpassed canoeing / kayaking adventures.
Try it alone or go with one of the areas trip outfitters/guides/lessons/rafting,
such as Northwoods Outfitters, Allagash Canoe Trips and 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
Wilderness Expeditions (1-800-825-9453), Northeast Guide Service (207-695-0151), Northwoods Outfitters (207-695-3288) (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! There’s many fine flight services;
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 an 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. Stop in at Maine Guide Fly Shop and Guide Service 207-695-2266 and visit with Dan Legere and his crew.
They offer guided trips for young and old, experienced and beginners (not only fishing, but moose safaris and hiking trips too.)


The abundant lakes, rivers, ponds and streams in the region offer you a wide variety of fishing adventures, whether it be on your own or with one of the regions many excellent guides such as Maine Guide and Fly Shop 207-695-2266.
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 The Birches Resort (1-800-825-9453), Northwoods Outfitters (207-695-3288), North Guide Service (207-695-0151). 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. Cruise in comfort aboard this original log-hauling steamer.
Take the 3-hour Sugar Island cruise or the 6-hour cruise to Kineo Island and back.
Call the Moosehead Marine Museum, home of the Katahdin, and ask about their “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 or launching or renting.
Try Beaver Cove Marina (Beaver Cove) 207-695-3526, or Moosehead Marina (Rockwood) 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!


You could be here all summer and never get to all the hiking trails. Hike up Moose Mountain (formerly called Big Squaw Mt.) to the oldest fire tower in the U.S. Take the Ferry to Mt. Kineo and climb to the top and enjoy a magnificent view of Moosehead Lake.
See the sheer flint cliffs that overhang the lake. Don’t forget Spencer Mt., Elephant Mt., Moxie Falls, Boarstone Mt, Barren Mt., Gulf Hagas (the Grand Canyon of the East) just to name a few. Hike up to the B-52 Bomber Memorial crash site and stop for a moment of silent prayer then continue up to Baker Pond on Elephant Mountain and enjoy the fly fishing or have a picnic.


Restaurants abound in the Greenville, from fine dining at the Greenville Inn and the Blair Hill Inn, to family style meals or quick burgers at Flatlanders Pub, Rod and Reel, The Trailside Restaurant, Auntie M’s, The Stress Free Moose Pub & Cafe, to pizzas and subs at Jamieson’s Market (Jamos) or Breton’s Store. There’s great dining on the lake at Kelly’s Landing, the Black Frog, or Graves & Sons Seafood, Restaurants. Sit and watch the seaplanes take off and land or watch the Katahdin as she cruises the lake. Pull up by car or by boat as they all offer parking and docking.


There’s many shops in the area for your enjoyment. Try Indian Hill Trading Post for just about anything you can think of from clothing, to gift items, cards, shoes, sporting goods, electronics, etc. The Corner Shop, Moosin Around, Kamp Kamp/Moosehead Indian Store, Moosehead Traders, Mud Puddle Mercantile, and many others, offering great gift and novelty items.