The view from this campground is absolutely stunning. The hosts are lovely, the facility is clean and the air fresh. Monica’s Handmade Chocolates across the street is delicious. Enjoyed our stay immensely.
Beautiful location on Johnson Bay. Well-planned so that every camper/tent has a view of the water. Spots are very tight side-to-side, though. Picnic table did not fit between us and the next camper! Would’ve been perfect if there was just a bit more space. Otherwise, nice stay.
This is a Gorgeous campground in a quaint town. This was an amazing find and we loved our time here. The staff were great, the fellow Campers lovely and the setting was spectacular. July was a great time to Visit with perfect temps. We will definitely be back.
We stay 2 nights in this clean, friendly, rv park. Each site has water, electric, fire pit, and picnic table. The morning sunrises and evening sunsets were well worth it. The price was reasonable. The sites were close together and they were quite level. Jane checked us in and gave us lots of good suggestions for where to eat. She knows the area well and it was a pleasure to talk with her. The park is near town, Quoddy Headlight and Campobello Island(the border was still closed though).
We stayed 2 nights in this park. The sunrises and sunsets were well worth it. The price is reasonable. Each site has water and electric. There is an on-site dump station. Sites are level but rather close together. Everything was clean and well kept up, fire pits and picnic tables were just across the drive. Jane checked us in and was very helpful. She knew the area well and directed us to several good places to eat. It is located very close to town, the Quoddy Headlight, and the border of Campbell’s Island(although it was still closed).
This is a no-frills campground. You have all the basic amenities - water, electric, cable, wi-fi, laundry, shower house (free), dump station, fire pits, campfire wood.. and pets are permitted. The shower house/restroom is clean, but the shower rooms are small. If you're a big man, or lady, you might have some difficulty. The best thing I can say about this campground is that it is small and quiet. Probably about 30 sites, and during our visit only 10-12 sites were occupied at any time. The value is also excellent and probably 50% cheaper than most campgrounds. The campground sits on a point overlooking Johnson Bay. A picturesque campground to be sure. No trees on the grounds for shade, and we weren't able to set up our "Clam" as using stakes is not permitted. Wi-fi was spotty sometimes. The grounds were clean and although the grounds are high above the ocean, there is beach access. Lubec is a quaint town. Very small, and not much going on. Probably due to COVID. The bridge to Canada is closed. My GPS routed me east from Bangor on Rt 9. Once you get off Rt 9 and onto Rt 192, the road gets pretty rough.…
Beautiful location, right off the water. Clean with nice showers, bathrooms and laundry. The owners great. They loan you free of charge a large pot and burner with propane with all the accessories to have an awesome Lobster boil. Would definitely go back when in the area. JKRupard
The location is the reason we when there and were not disappointed. The RVs slots are tight. They do not have sewer, you have to dump at the end. They do have water and electricity, and they were supposed to have cable and WiFi. Unfortunately, they were having a disagreement with the cable company and their WiFi is very weak. They still try their best to make your stay as comfortable as is possible.
While this RV park remains the cheapest place with the best views there have been a few changes. Prices have increased this year with no added benefits. Also, the sites that used to have cable tv no longer have it. The park has a dispute with the cable company and the park was unwilling to pay for the upgraded service. There is no OTA tv. We feel that the cable service is really needed even if it results in an increase in rates. It seems like the owners don’t care about this matter. Lastly, there was a LOT of rain recently, resulting in muddy campsites and road. The park should invest in some drainage and paving to avoid the sloppy look .
Lubec is as far east as you can be in the 50 states. Plus only one mile to Canada! Nice, clean & friendly RV park, right on the waters off the Bay of Fundy. Not large, but if you want a very nice place WITHOUT on-site video arcade/waterslide/minature golf, this is it. PS, boaters are two steps from saltwater.