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The title sounds bad but we loved this state park. A lot of the sites were open spaces we actually got #8 which was a shaded lot I'm thinking the lots with trees are meant to help with the noise off of route 3. And...More
It’s small and close to the highway with lots of road noise. Your neighbours are close.
The washrooms are concrete and contain a toilet, open shower, sink, a bench and a place to hang your clothes. ( bring your flip flops!)
There is a dishwashing...More
We stayed at site 37 for 3 nights. Being unfamiliar with the park, we thought this site was waterfront, based on the hand drawn map available- it’s not. There a big berry/ weed bramble and golf cart “road” between the site and the water. Next...More
I looked forward to swimming today. Yet after walking to the stairway entry into the water discovered that the last step had at least a 24 inch rise. Meaniij ng that with my arthritic knee, once I got in, I would not be able to...More
Very relaxing park with a huge oak tree to sit under on hot days. We rented the pavilion here to have our wedding ceremony and party. Has, like all the Maine state parks, granite countertop and sink/water at the pavilion. Big playground for the kids....More
We stayed in site 38 which was very spacious with great access to the lake. We brought our boat and had a very enjoyable time. Had a nice visit to Lake St. George Brewery tap room ... walking distance from the park.
First let me say I agree with other reviews that it's a nice, well maintained campground. We stayed at a site on the upper circle which seemed to be larger & more private than the ones in the lower area. The lake is beautiful. Day...More
The park itself was very nice, with easy access to the lake for a day on the water. The swimming area is small, but well maintained, and the picnic area is clean and well laid out. However, for camping, I would absolutely go elsewhere. The...More
We go to Lake St George on a regular basis. Whether it's the State Park side for the day or the campground side for a few days, Lake St George is worth the trip. Beautiful Lake and great swimming. You will not be disappointed. The...More