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"The beach here is to die for."
– Toronto Star
Old Orchard Beach Campground is a 101 Acre facility offering several
diverse camping areas and options from simple wooded tent sites to
large full service Motorhome sites designed to accommodate today's
The original campground section is largely unchanged since the Daigle Family took over the campground in the 1970's, continuing to offer 30 Amp of power sites and very competitive rates.
Our newest camping area (new in 2012) is the Black Forest Area providing 50 amp service with cable TV included. This area will accommodate the largest forty six foot vehicles, four slides and towing a trailer or truck. Whatever size you are, Black Forest is ready for you...
We even offer plain ole primitive camping in a pristine pine tree forest. Here campers find plenty of water stations and electricity in the restrooms perfect for charging your cell phone, blow drying your hair or whatever your needs may be.
Seasonal Camping: For those of you looking for a place to hang your hat for a full six month season.. we have those as well in our seasonal Tall Pines Area. We sell Woodland Park model homes and have just a few prime spots left.
The Old Orchard Beach Campground is conveniently located one mile from the beach and one mile from the highway in between Portsmouth NH and Portland Maine.
We offer countless things to do and places to go. Many of our guests are more like family returning year after year. Others who have travelled extensively recognize Old Orchard Beach Campground might be one of the best kept secrets in the United States for a Spring to Fall residence.
Old Orchard Beach, Maine is famed for its 7-mile long stretch of perfect sand beach. Old Orchard Beach is blessed with a host of activities for every family member.
A visit in the spring or fall offers exceptional golfing within minutes of our campground. The fishing on the nearby rivers and in the open ocean is the stuff dreams are made of. Fall foliage in New England is a natural spectacle not to be missed, and Old Orchard Beach is just minutes from many classic New England country roads.
In the summer there are arcades and amusement parks to entertain all, including a roller coaster considered to be one of the top 5 in the country, giant waterparks, even New England’s last remaining beachfront amusement park. And of course there is always the famous pier.
Old Orchard Beach Campground Pool
“Maine’s Best Beach” - 23rd Annual Reader Poll
“Old Orchard’s got fried dough, amusement and miles of sand…”
No wonder Old Orchard Beach wins this category every year!
– Maine Sunday Telegram