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Beaver Brook Campground

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Enjoy a Genuine Maine Camping Experience in the midst of 150 acres of scenic Maine Beauty. Tall trees, a large brook, and a half-mile of frontage on beautiful Androscoggin Lake all add to the charm of our large private sites.



Phone: 207- 933-2108

Max RV Length: 50

Max Amps: 50

Check-in Time: 2 PM - 9 PM

Check-out Time: 12 PM

Total Sites: 191

Camping Season: 1st May - Columbus Day


Amenities

  • tenting
  • store
  • swimming pool
  • fishing
  • lp gas
  • modem connection
  • pullthrus
  • sewer hookups
  • laundry
  • other swimming
  • rentals
  • pets
  • cable tv
  • lodging
  • dump station
  • recreation hall
  • boating
  • group area
  • phone hookups
  • slideouts
  • wi-fi

Directions

DIRECTIONS FROM THE SOUTH: Take I-95 Maine Turnpike to Exit 75 (formerly Exit 12), Auburn. Follow Route 202 East 19.5 miles to Beaver Brook sign. Turn left onto Back Street to end of street. Turn left again on Wilson Pond Road, follow to end of road. Look for signs. DIRECTIONS FROM THE NORTH: Take I-95 South to Augusta, Exit 109 (formerly Exit 30B). Follow Route 202 West 13.7 miles to Beaver Brook sign. Turn right onto Back Street to end of street. Turn left on Wilson Pond Road, follow to end of road. Look for sign.


Reservation Info

# Campsite, Cabin & Trailer Rental: Based on a family consisting of two adults and 4 children. # Reservations: Recommended especially during the peak period of June 17 to August 22. # Deposits: 50% deposit is required. Personal checks are not accepted upon arrival.


Pet Policy

Sorry, no pets will be allowed in cabins or trailers.


Campground Rules

Early check-in will be accommodated if site is available for $10.00. Please call ahead.


Pricing Info

PLEASE NOTE: From June 17 to August 22, the following prime sites in the 100's and 200's will only be rented weekly (Saturday to Saturday): CAMP SITE RENTALS Campsites are rented to 1 family consisting of 2 adults and 4 children (under 18). Extra adults and children staying overnight and sharing a camper's unit will be charged an overnight fee. A limit of no more than 8 people per site is requested. State law prohibits renting to persons under 21 without a person of legal age on premises. Our rustic Log Cabins and Trailers are rented on a weekly basis, Saturday to Saturday, during July and August. A three night minimum is required Memorial Day and Labor Day Weekends. Occupancy is limited to 1 family consisting of 2 adults and 4 children per unit. Cabins have electricity, 1/4 bath, barbeque grill, small refrigerator and sleeps 6. You provide dishes, pots, pans, etc. Linens are available. Showers are located nearby. Trailers have electricity, full bath, kitchen, and sleeps 6. Linens are available for an additional charge.



Weather

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Steady light rain in the morning. Showers continuing in the afternoon. High 64F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%.
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Aother great trip

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June 29, 2012

What can I say other than another great experience at Beaver Brook Campground. This trip will make our third here and it won’t be our last for sure. I can’t say enough good things about this place. The pool this year has a new feature for the younger kids, which is a watering tree. We were there for the Rock and Roll theme weekend and got to see a great band by the name of “Backlash “play in the pavilion. I would have to say though that this time the mosquitos were out in force, and they weren’t playing around, but nothing a little “Bens’ 100% Deet” didn’t fix. All in all a great trip can’t wait to get back here in July.

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May 28, 2012

This campground has been getting a lot of down talk and I don't know why. Its very children and family orientated plus they have a great pool. Yea, it has some minor flaws but what campground doesn't. The only issue I had while we were there was the noise level at night got a little loud one night. If you you’re looking for a good reasonable get away Beaver Brook is a good choice. Oh yea, bring quarters for the showers.

  • campmom
  • Member Since: November 20, 2012
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May 31, 2010

This place was bad. The sites were right on top of each other and right on the road with cars constantly going back and forth. We have 2 little ones so we spent most of the time making sure they weren't near it. There were tons of unattended children and screaming parents. The pool was dirty and all the bathroom stalls were overflowing. We ended up peeing behind trees on the 2nd day. There was underage drinking and they were walking through the campground yelling late into the night. People were walking by smoking pot. It filled the site with the smell. It's a rough place if you have children that are not exposed to that kind of stuff.

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August 26, 2008

We had a nice weekend getaway at beaver brook.

considering a family reunion campout for next summer.

didnt get a chance to play the 18 hole disc golf but maybe next time

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restrooms were awful and very far from sites for amt of sites activities few and far between

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June 11, 2008

beautiful lake campsites lacking in care and restrooms were extremely dirty and some were none functioning for the size of the campground there were too few restrooms and showers for the number of campsites

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Boring & Unkept

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July 15, 2007

Looking for something close to home so we could bring the power boat, tube & fish ect. The launch which we paid $ to launch from was AWFUl the water was so low we ruined our lower end. Needed to take the boat out across the lake. They never stated to us that the lake was damned & was so low. The bathrooms had no soap & were dirty. They charged $13.00 to dump on Tues & thurs, $17 on other days.
The activities for the 4th of July week were WEAK & dull.
The staff was lifeless & unhappy (with the excetion of one who did the kids actitivies) Very disappointed. Many others camping left earlier then anticipated. Police were out 2x for threating & theft. Too bad is a beautiful view too....

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  • Member Since: November 20, 2012
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This campground was unfriendly and gross.

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July 10, 2007

Beaver brook campground was the wrost campground I have ever been to. There was no soap in the bathrooms to wash your hands. There are to many rules if you were not out by 12 noon on the dot you were charged a day fee. My husband wanted to pick up my daughter from my mother-in law and he was not allowed in because he did not have 5 dollars, he had to have the police come in order for him to get our daughter, such foolishness. This place was more of a hassle then fun Not reccomended

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