Balsam Cove Campground

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Balsam Cove Campground

Lakeside family-oriented campground on the 10-mile-long Toddy Pond

Balsam Cove is a lakeside family-oriented campground located on 10-mile-long Toddy Pond in Orland Maine.

Amenities include: playground, swim area, rental dockage, camp store, laundry, free hot showers, free Wi-Fi. Take out restaurant open at the pavilion on weekends during high season. Dog park in development. Pets are welcome. Bring the kids’ bikes. Relax by a campfire while the kids make new friends.

Lots of camping options: Tent sites, waterfront sites, water-view sites, wooded and upland sites. Pull-throughs, sites to accommodate all length RVs. Full hookups. If you don’t have a camper, come and stay in one of Balsam Cove’s rustic cabins or rental RVs. Pet-friendly rental RV also available.

Explore the area: Bar Harbor, 26 miles away, or nearby Ft. Knox and the country’s tallest public bridge observation tower on the Penobscot Narrows Bridge. Antique shop, take in a farmers market, or visit picturesque Penobscot Bay, trendy Blue Hill, and cove-lined Blue Hill Peninsula, Take an unhurried drive to Castine to see outstanding views of the chiseled coast and unspoiled Down East landscapes.

Back at the campground, the blue waters of Toddy Pond are calling you to swim, boat or fish. Bring your boat or rent a pontoon boat, fishing boat, kayak or canoe for an afternoon on the water. Catch some fish and grill them over the campfire. Buy the makings for S’mores at the camp store. Kick back and listen to the loons.

Location

Contact Information

Address
286 Back Ridge Rd, Orland, Maine, 04472
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General Information

Number of Sites
124
Opening Month
May
Closing Month
September
Open Year Round
No

Campsites

Tenting
Yes
Full-Hookups
Yes
Rentals
Yes
Max RV Length (ft)
Any
Max Amps
50
Pull/Thru
Yes
Slide-outs Allowed
Yes
Seasonal Sites
Yes

Campground

Wi-Fi
Yes
Swimming Pool
No
Swimming (lake, ocean, etc.)
Yes
Pet-Friendly
Yes
Store
Yes

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