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Pinederosa Camping Area

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128 N Village Rd, Wells, ME 04090-7530
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128 N Village Rd, Wells, ME 04090-7530
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Melissa L wrote a review Aug 2017
Summerstown, Canada11 contributions1 helpful vote
This is the second time we have stayed here. Spent a week at this wonderfully relaxing campground. Although you can hear the highway traffic at night it just blends into the background... and yes the bathroom toilet stalls are tiny, the atmosphere, cleanliness, and the owners beyond make up for it. It definitely has a homey atmosphere. The sites are spacious - we have a 15'x15' family tent and so far have had more than enough room on multiple sites- and always clean. The "E" sites towards the back of the tenting area are more in the trees and there is a little dip with a natural pond out back, gives it a bit more woodsy feel than the rest of the grounds. Although the campground is not walking distance to anything, unless you are looking for a long pavement hike, there is a trolley that passes by every 30 mins or so (sometimes less). Taking the trolley is a must as it just adds to the unique experience that is Ogunquit. The beaches, the shopping, the sailing, the fishing, the food... there is something for everyone!
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Date of stay: July 2017
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Holly F wrote a review Jul 2016
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Absolutely beautiful large campsites, exceptionally clean bathrooms, nice staff with suggestions of things to do in the area, trolley stop at gate saved us driving and parking. Quiet, clean, beautiful pool and grounds. I saw previous review about highway noise, but from our site it wasn't an issue. Would highly recommend them and will come back again!
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
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Beth D wrote a review Jul 2016
Green Bay, Wisconsin5 contributions3 helpful votes
Great greeting by Greg the owner. Pool was beautifully kept. Campsites were nice. We were at P6 on the edge near toilets and next to a pretty little pond. Showers were very clean. To shower cost $.25 for 4 min. We each only needed one quarter to finish a shower. Could have used an extra hook or two to hang clothes/towels. Can take trolley from campground. It was a wonderful stay. I'd highly recommend!
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Date of stay: July 2016Trip type: Traveled with family
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Julia70 wrote a review Sep 2015
Montreal78 contributions5 helpful votes
Our family of 5 tent camped at Pinederosa in August. The site was fine, right by a large field where the boys could play soccer, and a nice pond where they could catch frogs (and release, of course!). The pool was a great way to end the day before settling down with our campfire (no cooking grates, but we just roast dogs and marshmallows anyway). The campsite is also in a great central location for access to the various beaches on the coast (driving distance, not walking). You can hear the highway traffic at night, but we're city folk, so it didn't bother us much. Yes, the bathrooms are very clean, and look like they were newly renovated...but I can't believe how none of these reviews mentions the size of the bathroom stalls. You walk into the bathroom and everything is super spacious and open and well-lit. Why oh why did they not give an extra foot of space to the stalls? Honestly, you have to back up into the stall, because there is no room to turn around once the door is closed...and then you hardly have room to - well you get the picture. I'm 5'7" tall, and I couldn't wait to hear how my 6'5" husband fared. Well apparently most men don't even bother to close the doors to the stalls. Incredible. And a small note - I would suggest to the owner to add a shelf or a table to the sinks outside the bathrooms because there's nowhere to put your dishes as you're cleaning them. Overall we had a very pleasant stay. Those bathrooms just baffled me!
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Date of stay: August 2015Trip type: Traveled with family
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Shellstamour wrote a review Aug 2015
Belvidere Center, Vermont11 contributions5 helpful votes
The site was incredibly small, we have a tent that sleeps 7 and there wasn't much room for our van and tent, to the point we were almost worried about having a fire because the tent had to be so close to the pit. There are no cooking grates on the fire pit at least there wasn't on our, and the pit was small. We had a family that shared two sites one on each side of us, they kept crossing over our site to get to their other site. Also if you enjoy staying up late for a fire this isn't the place, you can not add wood after midnight. You can hear the traffic, but it wasn't "horrible". Also they do not seem to care about actual quiet hours as we had people slamming car doors and electronically locking their car well after 10. Plus side, bathrooms are clean. Although the stalls themselves with the toilet are so small I was just about swallowing my knees.
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Date of stay: August 2015
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Frequently Asked Questions about Pinederosa Camping Area
Which popular attractions are close to Pinederosa Camping Area?
Nearby attractions include Marginal Way (2.5 miles), Footbridge Beach (1.7 miles), and Ogunquit Playhouse (2.4 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Pinederosa Camping Area?
Conveniently located restaurants include Congdon's Doughnuts, Beach Plum Lobster Farm Lobster and Clam Supplier, and Scoop Deck.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Pinederosa Camping Area?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Pinederosa Camping Area?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Pinederosa Camping Area?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Congregational Church Of Wells (4.6 miles), Founders Park (4.0 miles), and Storer Garrison State Historic Site (3.3 miles).