Decent Park, I found nothing wrong with it. Just wish the rates weren't so high. No trees to shade the sites. Mosquitoes were vicious. Good ATT, T-Mobile and Sprint coverage. Just off the island, short drive to Bar Harbor. Next to airport, but the planes flew over the front of the park near the road, we were down near the waterfront so they were unobtrusive. Large gravel sites, easy access for all rigs.
We enjoyed our stay. It was the end of the season; so it was quiet. Lovely views of the coastline. We walked across the street for a Maine dinner. We will come back.
We had just come up from Rockland and looking for a campground. We needed to dump, fill the lp and fill the fresh water tank. Upon arrival we learned that the campground policy for dumping was a $ 20 charge. This was to discourage people from stopping at Walmat (35 minutes away from Bar Harbor in the opposite direction). They were on the way to Bar Harbor. Inquiring their prices learned they went from $40 to $90 a night one size fits all. You could be on the road for $40 and graduate towards the water to $90. For this amount you could be next to a busy road, no trees and next to an active airport and all of this out of season. Seems to me the owners of this park really don't like rvs but put up with the bother to fill their bank account. I really don't recommend any rv'er helping that effort by staying there. There are many parks in the area that offer much more and more realistic.
This is a great place to pivot from! The sites are hard packed gravel, extremely level, and gorgeous view of the bay. Close to Bar Harbor and Winter Harbor! Nice and quiet! Great people in the office to help you with your plans to sitesee! Will always try to stay here!
We took a tour of the Bar Harbor area via the free bus service which was offered and had a look at other RV sites...we feel we hit a home run with this place. Spacious and quiet with beautiful views of the water. We were a bit close to RT 3 so there is a constant traffic noise and we're right near the airport so there's the occasional bi-plane and small jet, which being from NYC we could ignore. The areas is awesome, the free buses really come in handy. Very open and spacious sites and we're definitely coming back.
We enjoyed our stay here will come back, this was our 2nd time
Best of the three Ecore parks
We spent a week here in September. The park is a decent place to call home for a while. It is in good proximity to Bar Harbor and Acadia without being in the middle of the hustle and bustle. The views of the water are nice, but you don't need to spend the extra money to park down by the water if budget is tight. It's a quick stroll. The park was quiet as far as guests are concerned, however the local airport immediately to the north can provide some unwanted noise. We never considered it annoying, but it's definitely there with private jets coming and going as well as some sight seeing planes going past. There is a little highway traffic noise, but not bothersome. We were fairly far down into the park off the road, but there sites much closer to the road that would be noisy and just about under the flight path of airplanes. Verizon has good coverage. AT&T exists, but is a bit spotty. I was able to work all week on my AT&T hotspot placed in the right location, but it wasn't great. Sprint does not work here. Don't have TMobile, so I don't know.
We stayed two nights; un-hooked trailer and toured the area. Much to see in quaint Bar Harbor. Acadia National Park is near by and should not be missed. $122 for two nights Oct 2018.
Stayed one night july 2nd. Easy to get in with our 35' class a. Full hookups, $83 for the night. Nice dog park, very friendly office staff. Nice views of the water, not easily accesible. We were hoping to get into Acadia but two low clearances bridges didn't allow it. Explored beaches in the area, absolutely beautiful!