Poland Spring CampgroundWe're a family run campground geared toward family campers. Swim in Lower Range Pond, a 290 acre, 9.9 hp lake, or sunbathe by our pool. Canoe or kayak to see eagles, loons, beaver and more! The fishing is great too! The kids will love our full day, everyday recreation program in July and August featuring arts and crafts, story time, horseshoes, boat races, trash bag theater, scavenger hunts, magicians and much, much more! For more information on our campground, click on the link at the top of the page.
Monthly Archives: May 2010
There’s two babies eagles! Count ‘em, two! Here’s Dad bringing home some supper . . . And here’s Mom and Dad feeding their little ones. A big, big “thank you” to Brian for these photos!! They’re awesome!
There were lots of cool things to do at Poland Spring Campground last weekend! We had arts and crafts – played with the water balloon slingshot – had a kickball game – then Bryant did some face painting while I … Continue reading
I told Bryant he absolutely, positively, had to let me in the bouncy house It was my birthday, you know! But Bryant said, “No. You’re too big Maxx.” So I sat on the step and I pouted. I couldn’t stay … Continue reading
Look what my awesome little campin’ buddies made for their Moms!!! Flower Pens in a decorated vase and cards . . . How cool is that?? And then, as if that wasn’t enough, they helped cook, serve and clean up … Continue reading
Yes, we had to block the path to the beaver hut. All because of a goose that laid three eggs One of my little camping buddies, who didn’t know about the goose nest, got chased by that Mama goose last … Continue reading
Hey! Guess what? I have wicked good news! Tami and I walked to the lake this week, hoping to get photos of the loons, but even though they were calling, she couldn’t see them. Not even with her really long … Continue reading
WOW!! We had seventy campers check in last Friday and Saturday . . . 70! And that doesn’t include our 50 seasonals. Poland Spring Campground went from totally deserted to hopping in just a few hours. Everyone seemed so happy … Continue reading