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Drive up the auto road in the park, beautiful views and the tower. It was to hard hiking the entirety of any one trail here with small children but it was beautiful forest. Campground was quiet. There is the park across the street which probably...More
The park was beautiful, the rangers were terrific but the camp facility very rustic. They do have water, electric and a better than your average WiFi system. The negative is that there isn't much for those traveling with kids -- small play ground up the...More
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Response from Bill E, Manager at Camden Hills State ParkResponded 17 September 2017
Hi Trish p,
Your comments about the campground and particularly of the bathrooms are concerning. Our staff works hard to keep the bathrooms clean and sanitary around the clock. The bathrooms are cleaned and checked throughout the day. Complaints about insects in the bathrooms are...More
This is the cleanest park I have camped in. Spacious cites, forested, very peaceful, clean facilities. You are in walking distance to the ocean and only 2 miles from Camden Harbor. Many hiking trails to explore, and the spectacular view from Mt. Battie makes this...More
Response from Bill E, Manager at Camden Hills State ParkResponded 9 September 2017
Thank-you for your comments about the cleanliness of the park. I'll pass it along to our staff.
Did not camp or hike much here. Drove to the top of Mt Battie which offers a beautiful view of the bay and Camden Harbor below. Staying nearby so we drove back to view the sunset from Mt Battie. Entrance fee $6 per person. Mt...More
Lucky, very lucky, with 5 out of 8 total sunny days along coast of Maine. We split our stay between two places ether side of Acadia Nat. Park. 3 days around the Camden, Rockland, Lockport area west of Acadia and 5 days in Bar Harbor....More