- P.O. Box 194 , Gray, ME 04039, USA
Quiet family camping on Little Sebago Lake. Sandy beach, boat launch and rentals, swimming, horseshoes, swings, volleyball, basketball. Tent sites to complete hook-ups.
Email: [email protected]
Max RV Length: 65
Max Amps: 20
Check-in Time: 1 pm
Check-out Time: 1 pm
Total Sites: 43
Camping Season: Memorial Day to October 1st
- swimming pool
- lp gas
- modem connection
- sewer hookups
- other swimming
- cable tv
- dump station
- recreation hall
- group area
- phone hookups
5 Miles from Gray Exit off Turnpike 25 Miles from Portland 25 Miles from Lewiston 5 Miles to: Laundromat, Supermarket, Churches, Banks, Post Office & Stores 2 Miles to State Game Farm Eleven minutes to the new Spring Meadows Golf Course
Before Memorial Day to: Geneva or Calvin Austin 5 Ward Street Scarborough, Maine 04074 (207) 883-9959 After Memorial Day- Twin Brooks Camping Area P.O. Box 194 Gray, Maine 04039-0194 (207) 428-3832
* A family consists of a man, wife, unmarried children under eighteen **Add $1 per day for use of air conditioning 10% off for 7 nights or more
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July 18, 2008
I briefly visited this camp site, and it is terrible!
I would not stay there if you offered it to me free.
Actually I believe there are some sanitation problems there.
The campsite is also known for constant violations of Town of Gray ordinances regarding sanitation etc.. The itself is just OK with some serious mifoil invasion.
In summary: DO NOT GO THERE!
August 9, 2007
Do NOT stay at this camp unless you want to support perpetual zone and ordinances violations !!! Gray, ME newspaper "The Monument" is reporting in its August 9, 2007 issue that"additional violations were found for Twin Brooks Camping Area" and fines are on the way.
This place has been operating without a state license in 2006 and did not receive proper permits for some of its electrical and plumbing fixtures.
Furthermore this is a very UNATTRACTIVE place - there are much better camping area in the State of Maine.
Do not support violaters and poluters!
June 27, 2007
This is a very UNATTRACTIVE camping area. I only looked at it and would NOT want to stay there. A lot of empty old trailers. It just does not look very appetizing.
Furthermore there is a very serious milfoil infestation in front of this "rescreational aread" so if you bring the boat with you, you will be spreading this invasing plant through the rest of the Little Sebago!
There are BETTER PLACES IN CAMP IN MAINE.
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