We came on Labor Day Weekend as most campgrounds were full in the area but I think they opened up some seasonal sites for rental which is where we stayed. Super quiet on Saco Ave side of the campground. They were very friendly at checkin and escorted us to our site. Some sites are little larger than others or have more trees but most of the sites are shaded. The pools and jacuzzi (there are kids and adult ones) are newer and very clean and oddly enough not too crowded. Showers are free and have great pressure (more than my house) - only complaint on bathrooms is no paper towels just the hand blowers and stalls could be a tad bigger.
They have an aerial adventure park/zip line that my teens loved and hated at same time because they were worn out after couple hours of climbing. It was only $20 and you could use it all day if you wished but they were toast after one session. This same activity outside of the campground in my home area is upwards of $80-150 each - so a bargain here.
If you want to go to the beach you can easily park down by the beach walk area of the park (get there early enough though as it fills up) and then take a 5 minute walk to what I consider a really nice beach which had decent waves on the days we went. The beach has public toilets way down at the pier but oddly enough they charge .50c to use and if you have younger kids there is full set of amusement rides at the pier also. My older teens took the trolley for $1 at night each way and it was packed with people heading to the pier for the evening - it come and goes from campground regularly.
The campground is full of French Canadians who are very friendly and I observed do enjoy wine and dinners in small and large groups. We definitely will head back next summer as along with Danforth Bay in NH - this is another favorite campground for us. Oh and they don't gouge you for extra kids - we were 2 adults and 4 kids - no extra daily fee - just the site fee - thats it :-)
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- Wild Acres of Old Orchard Beach, ME offers the kind of luscious scenery, as well as great amenities both on and off site, for every family to enjoy. Whether you need a little bit of relaxation or a lot of adventure, Wild Acres is prepared to accommodate your stay.Located at 179 Saco Avenue in Old Orchard Beach, ME Wild Acres RV Resort is just 1/5 mile from Old Orchard Beach and provides 75 acres of picturesque scenery and great local attractions. Whether you stay for a month in one of our vacation rentals or prefer seasonal camping, we’ll always make room for you ... more less
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