- 827 Airline Road (Route 9), Clifton, ME 04428, USA
Parks Pond Campground is located on 14 acres of beautiful Parks Pond in the small town of Clifton, Maine. Mike and Selina Lufkin and family want you to “come play in our neighborhood” soon. We have several “Theme Weekends” planned throughout the season along with karoake, potluck suppers, dances, hayrides, ice cream socials, movie nights, cribbage tournaments, horse shoe tournaments, and more. Our season opens mid May when Clifton is alive with spring in the air and closes mid October just in time for some leaf peeping. Check out our schedule on the web www.parkspondcampground.com for more details and reservations.
Other Phone: 207-745-7208
Max RV Length: 60
Max Amps: 50
Total Sites: 40
Camping Season: mid May - mid October
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
Parks Pond is located 16 miles on Route 9 East from Bangor/Brewer Area, campground is on the right. Or if you are coming from Calais, Maine area via Route 9 West, we are approximately 70 miles, campground is on the left.
Pets are welcome as long as they are friendly, cleaned up after, and on a leash. Please do not leave your pet unattended. Barking dogs will be asked to leave. The roped swimming area is not for pets.
Please note these policies are to help make everyones camping experience more enjoyable. All policies are subject to change. 1.THE SPEED LIMIT IS 5 MPH. 2.QUIET TIME is 10:00PM to 6:00AM 3.ALL VISITORS must sign in each time they visit. 4.Rowdy, disruptive behaviors and vulgarity are unacceptable and will not be tolerated, anyone displaying these behaviors will be asked to leave. 5.There is no lifeguard on duty, swim at your own risk. 6.One picnic table and fire ring per site, please. 7.Campfires in fire rings/fireplaces only and must be attended. 8.Children under 12 must have adult supervision in the facilities, i.e. Rec. Hall, Game Room, etc. and all dependant children must be in their own site during quiet time. 9.Under age drinking and or illegal drug use will not be permitted. 10.Pets are welcome as long as they are friendly, cleaned up after, and on a leash. Please do not leave your pet unattended. Barking dogs will be asked to leave. The roped swimming area is not for pets. Visitors may bring pets if they adhere to the above policies. 11.Personal watercraft i.e. wave runners, jet skis, etc. are prohibited. 12.Riding ATVs is prohibited within the campground. 13.All campground facilities are non smoking and alcohol free i.e. Recreation Hall, Store, Bathrooms, Cabins, Game Room, etc. 14.All rates are for sites for up to 2 adults and up to 3 dependant children. A total of 6 people per site. 15.Visitor fees are $2 per day per guest age 6 and up, 7:00AM until 9:00PM. Overnight guests $5 per night per guest. Please pay at the office and park in the designated parking areas. 16.Firewood is available at The Old Mill Store. 17.Bicycle riding during daylight hours only please. 18.In an effort to promote a family friendly atmosphere and discourage all night parties, Blueberry Hill tent sites will be limited to 2 adults per site and up to 3 dependant children. 19.All campfires on Blueberry Hill will be extinguished by 11:00pm.
Rates based on up to 2 adults and 3 dependant children, children under 2 are free. A total of 6 people per site.
A courtesy call about cancellation no later than 4 days of reservation is appreciated.
Wednesday 01/18/2017 20%
Generally cloudy. High around 30F. Winds ENE at 5 to 10 mph.
Thursday 01/19/2017 60%
Mainly cloudy with snow showers around in the morning. High 37F. Winds light and variable. Chance of snow 60%.
Friday 01/20/2017 10%
Generally sunny despite a few afternoon clouds. High 37F. Winds light and variable.
Saturday 01/21/2017 10%
Sunshine along with some cloudy intervals. High 41F. Winds light and variable.
Sunday 01/22/2017 10%
Sunshine and clouds mixed. High 34F. Winds NNE at 5 to 10 mph.
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Total Trailer Trash
July 23, 2011
Thought this place may be good for extended stay and to make day trips to other Maine places down-east. Found the place to be 99% trailer trash occupied with "campers" from the local area. Our site was so close to the road we could count the lug nuts on the trailer trucks that roared by 24 hours a day. The locals were loud and mostly drunk...glad we didn't land there on the day after they got their food stamps.
Bugs were horrible and lake is muddy with borken glass found in the swimming area. Our 6 day visit lasted one horrible night and we could not get a refund on our lot fee as we reserved and paid in advance.
Staying at a Wal-Mart parking lot would be an improvement.
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September 23, 2006
Tried this place during low season (post Labor Day). Many trailers on property appeared to be full season, but no one was around them. Would like a maybe option for the coming back question.
Beautiful location, our campsite was right on edge of water. Lots of ducks and also lots of mosquitos. Bathrooms were ok, not spotless, but not horrific.
Individual campsites seemed extremely close to each other, as is the case with most campgrounds. Wish more thought had been put into individual location positions along the water's edge, so more could enjoy the view right outside their unit, rather than looking at another unit between them and water. (sites were parallel with water, so those who came in later had to look at all the other units).
Saw (and heard) lots of kids in the evening - many bikes and skateboards in some areas. Too cold to go swimming in the lake (fall weather). Wish we had our kayaks.
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