After reading some of the reviews posted, I felt I should write something as this will be my third season camping in our trailer at Bunganut Campground. Before choosing this campground, we looked and visited over 15 places around the Sebago Lakes area south. Some were pretty and had many amenities but felt over priced, others had the campsites lined up so close to each other you felt you were in a parking lot. Most catered to families with kids so had lots of activities, events and celebrations planned throughout the summer. All good except we don't have kids and like areas that are more natural, less artificially landscaped and affordable.
At Bunganut (for seasonal or day to day) camping, the sites are not too close together, generally have some trees or foliage between sites. The bathrooms are kept VERY clean (remember, this is a campground, not a 5 star hotel) as are all the public areas. The owners take great pride in the care of the roads, sites and public areas and it shows. There are not a great many amenities, no cable TV, limited wi-fi coverage to the area around the office and rec hall, no sewer lines. There is a small store and shop that sells sundaes, fries, burgers and such, a small Rec Room with a pool table, ping-pong, a few arcade machines, horseshoe pit, playground, a lending library with books, games, some movies and such, canoes, and a small but very nice, clean beach. If you need a place where your kids will have lots to do because the campground organizes activities, this isn't the place to go. But if you enjoy quiet down time, campfires, refreshing swims in a wooded camping area, you should check out Bunganut Campground.
- Also Known As:
- Bunganut Lake Camping Area Hotel Alfred