- Box 626, York Harbor, ME 03911, USA
Camp Eaton offers a rare coastal mix of environments … woods, fields, lily pond, and natural wetlands … situated opposite one of southern Maines largest and most picturesque beaches, Long Sands Beach. Pictured here is the view of the famed Nubble Light.
Peter and Kathy Wagner, fourth generation family camping facilities in the tradition set by Peters great-grandparents in 1923. Enjoy location, location, location combined with todays amenities (including four clean, well-lit bathrooms with complimentary hot showers).
Camp Eaton offers a very friendly atmosphere. Our Recreation Hall is the site of many activities (dances, pot-luck suppers, bingo, movies, and more)! We offer a full-time social director in July and August. All equipment and activities are included for softball, basketball, and horseshoes.
In addition to overnight camping sites, we offer over 200 seasonal sites, many with ocean views. Our 2005 rates range from $3,350 to $4,450 including water, electric, sewer and cable TV hookups. Pets are welcome in our Seasonal area only.
Camp Eaton is open from May 1 through October 15. Please make plans to join us in your choice of open or wooded, shady or sunny tent and RV sites
Max RV Length: 45
Max Amps: 50
Check-in Time: 2.00-8.00 pm
Check-out Time: 1.00 am
Total Sites: 308
Camping Season: May 1st- Oct 15 th
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Camp Eaton is 45 minutes south of Portland, 15 minutes north of Portsmouth, NH, 1½ hours from Boston, 4 hours from Albany, 5 hours from New York City, and 7 hours from Montreal. From the north, take the ME Turnpike, south. Take York Exit after final Toll Plaza. From the south, take Rte. 95 north to York, Exit 7 (last exit before ME Turnpike Toll Plaza formerly Exit 4). Follow signs to Rte. 1 south (right at the light). Take first left onto Rte. 1A (only ¼ mile on Rte. 1). Follow 1A, 3 miles to Camp Eaton on your left
Yes! For full hook-up sites (Franconia, Centerfield, Pacific, Willow Lane) and water & electric sites (Duck Pond Grove) we take reservations running Saturday to Saturday or Sunday to Sunday. In our tenting/pop-up area (The Woods) we have only a 4 night minimum stay requirement for a reservation. For holiday weekends there is a 3 night minimum for all sites.We begin taking reservations by phone in February for the upcoming season. Repeat guests are encouraged pick up a "Early Bird" reservation form during their stay and return it to us by December 1st for the best selection of sites during the height of the summer
Well-behaved pets are welcome if you are staying in our full hook-up or water & electric areas in a RV. We recommend that you do not bring your pets to "The Woods". Dogs are not allowed on the public beaches in York, and we request that you do not leave your pet unattended at your site.
A maximum of 2 shelters, one car, and two adults (or one family) per tent site. Additional tents/families/adults will need their own site.sites are available on a first come, first serve basis (no minimum stay) throughout the season. However during July & August we recommend a morning arrival for the best selection. A limited number of day guests are welcome, however they are required to register at the office as a guest and pay a guest fee ($6 for adults and $3 for children) upon arrival. Please note that we are unable to accommodate large gatherings at your campsite. York has many great spots to gather with friends and family.
Rates are based on two persons. Children under 6 stay free.Visitors must pay a fee, as listed below, upon arrival. A parking lot is available for extra vehicles at $5 per night. Extended-stay discount available only on advanced reservations Payment is due at check-in. Camp Eaton accepts Cash, Travelers Checks, Mastercard, and Visa. We do not accept Canadian currency or personal checks
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great location across from ocean
February 16, 2007
this year 2007, they have closed the woods area which we have always gone to-no more tents. Hopefully we can camp in other areas with our pop up trailer. I really would hate to go somewhere else. My kids are 4th generation to camp here, come all the way from north of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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