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We (60-somethings) camped here last summer, early July, in a travel trailer. It is an unbelievably gorgeous, peaceful spot. Sure, no hook-ups, but there is a dump station and water fill up. The showers leave something to be desired, but they get you clean, and...More
I arrived for a one night stay for the last night of the season and from what I could see I had no more than half a dozen neighbours and the nearest was over half a mile away!
The majority of sites appear to have...More
This park does not have sewer, water, or electric, but the setting is gorgeous. If you don't mind, or even enjoy, dry camping, I can highly recommend this park. Sites were roomy with a lot of privacy. The park has a sewer dump and faucet...More
This is a great spot if you can rough it without hookups or flush toilets. Beautiful scenery, private sites, hiking, starlit nights. There isn't much civilization around so pack everything you need for the length of your stay if don't want to drive a distance...More
The camping here sounds fine. For day use, don't bother. There are picnic spots, but the really nice ones can be reserved by groups, so your chances of getting one with a good view of the bay are nil during the summer. Plus, in dry...More
My husband and I just got back from a short trip at Cobscook Bay State Park. We found this to be an AWESOME campground! It was so quiet and out-of-the-way, which we loved! We completely unplugged from our technology and thoroughly enjoyed the sounds of...More
I have gone to Cobscook for several years now and absolutely love this place. From the campsite I have seen seals. bald eagles, kingfishers, warblers, porcupine, red squirrels and chipmunks. The campsites are very well kept, and as stated, they are all a bit different....More
We tent-camped at Cobscook Bay. Each campsite is slightly different, so I can tell you about the one we had. Here are some details:
* Right by the water, but raised up from the water on a mini cliff, about 10 ft high
This is one of the best campgrounds I've ever come across. Since each site is unique, I'd suggest checking out a few before deciding. We loved site #45 (I think that's the right number, it's the one right by the turnoff for the exit), which...More
There are a lot of pros to this campground at Cobscook Bay and really no "cons" but just some info to those who might have a different idea of this destination (as avid campers, we find any info at all helps!).
The things we really...More