Beaver Dam Campground offers family camping at its finest! Situated on a picturesque 20-acre spring fed pond, Beaver Dam Campground is that clean, quiet, family campground you have been hoping to find. We have 60 spacious and well-maintained sites (many waterfront and most with waterviews). We have sites that are perfect for you and your family, whether you are camping in a tent or in a 40' RV with slide outs! What really separates us from other campgrounds is our attention to what is really important to our campers - the details. Details like clean and modern restrooms; a well-stocked camp store; recreation, entertainment and planned events that appeal to campers of all ages; and a staff that is friendly, helpful and willing to assist in ensuring your stay is a pleasurable and memorable one. Beaver Dam Campground was named the 2015 Small Park of the Year by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds, one of only four parks in the entire United States to receive this coveted honor each year. We have been "A" Guest Rated in 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2012 and was recently named one of "12 Must-Visit RV Campgrounds Across America"! We are proud to have earned these recognitions and trust we will live up to your expectations.
Arcade/Game Room, Bike Rentals, Boat Rentals, Convenience Store, Fenced Pet Area, Firewood, Internet Access, Laundry Facilities, Picnic Area, Playground, Pool, Recreation Hall, Restroom/Shower Facilities, Waterfront, 20 Amp Service, 30 Amp Service, 50 Amp Service, Dumpstation, Full Hookups, Wi-Fi
Boating, Canoeing, Fishing, Kayaking, Mini Golf, Paddleboats, Swimming, Volleyball
Beaver Dam Campground is conveniently located within 30 minutes of area beaches and other major attractions Southern Maine is known for, yet far enough away to be out of the traffic and congestion. There are active links to these attractions on our website under the heading Travel & Attractions.
From the Maine Turnpike Exit 19 (Wells): From the exit ramp, turn right at the traffic light, onto Routes 9 & 109. Go 1/2 mile, then turn left. Drive another 6.6 miles to the traffic light in North Berwick center, and turn left onto Routes 4 & 9. Drive 4/10 mile to a traffic light. Turn right onto Route 9. Go 2.5 miles to the campground entrance, on the right. From I-95 North (Entering Maine) Exit 3: Bear right at the end of the exit ramp to enter Route 236. Turn right and drive 10.5 miles to a stop sign at the intersection with Route 4. Turn right onto Route 4. (Route 4 will soon branch sharply to the right.) Stay on Route 4 for 6 miles to a traffic light. At this light, turn left onto Route 9 and drive 2.5 miles to the campground entrance, on the right. From the Spaulding Turnpike (Route 16) in New Hampshire, Exit 9: From the exit ramp, take Route 9 East toward Somersworth / Berwick. After 3.7 miles, you will cross a bridge into Maine. Bear right after the bridge, then take a sharp turn to the left, following Route 9. From the bridge, drive 4.5 miles along Route 9 to the campground entrance, on the left.
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