My daughter and I spent the night here after a day at Storyland. At $40/ night, it is expensive for a campground, but cheaper than a hotel, and we are good at car camping.
The Pros: the river setting (on the Saco side, especially) can't be beat. The campsites are sandy, which seemed to cut down on the bugs, and shady, which was great. The river is wide and shallow, but we were glad we had water shoes, as it is a rocky river and hard to wade without them. The bathhouse was a quarter mile away, but it's a campground - who cares? It was clean and well-cared for. There is a huge field (for group sites) in between the river and the bathhouse that has a great view of some low-lying mountains. The folks we met were pleasant, helpful, and respectful of campground noise. We were in the 12-14-16 range, and I would recommend those sites to others.
the Cons: it's a private campground, so there is a swimming pool, a rec hall, and the night we were there, a country-rock band. This isn't my idea of camping, but if it is yours, then you will love it. It was a Tuesday, so the band quit playing by 9:30 or 10 pm, and the river muffled alot of the music, so it was okay. Also, we were there when it wasn't that full. I would imagine that if you go in the height of summer, the campsites would seem awfully close together.
Also, there are bears. The owners are doing what they can to tell people, including coming around in the evening, but a bear came by in the night and knocked some stuff over in the campsite next to ours. I have camped out west, where the bear problem is real, and my only recommendation is that either the campground install bear lockers, or tell people to put EVERYTHING in their car at night - anything that smells like food (including clothes) or toothpaste and other toiletries. From what I know, black bears will go away if you make noise, but still, who wants a bear 2 feet away from you while you are in your tent?
I don't want to detract from the beauty of the campsite by the bear story. I would recommend this campground to others.