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Peaks-Kenny State Park


500 State Park Road
Dover-Faxcroft, ME 04426
207.564.2003
No Email Address
http://www.state.me.us/cgi-bin/doc/parks/find_one_name.pl?park_id=20
2 Reviews
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Stayed for 4 nights in mid-August, 2011. If you like a peaceful camping experience with basic (but nice)facilities, this is the place. Campground is surrounded by mature forest, most sites have lots of space and are well separated. New central washroom facilities are great; wish more parks took this approach. Very nice beach and canoe-rentals on the lake, 5 minute walk from the campground. Also a few nice hiking trails. Park staff were very pleasant and helpful. Approx 15 minute drive into Dover-Foxcroft. Town has all the necessities. Other attractions in the area: 2 golf sourses within 30 minutes; Audubon Society Borestome Monutain - great climd and view from top of mountain, Kathadin Iron Works and Great North Woods (Applachain Trail, Gulf Hagas)

Received from rich for visit in Aug 2011


Site Number: 39
Stay Again? YES
Beautiful place! And cheap. $15. overnight stay comes with a 2 days beach access (that day and next day) for an amazing fresh water beach. Which costs $5 per person alone(day pass). You can bring a power boat or canoe and park it right at the beach. This lake(Sebec) is huge , crystal clear and a great place to use towables and water skiing. A few coves that had good fishing too. Sites are well groomed and a sandy spot for tents. A little close together but very well wooded in between. Amenities are few. No water or electric on sites. And bathrooms have no soap at all (even hand soap) but very clean. So remember to bring your own hand soap to the potty, something to lug water in and a dish pan . Also a good idea to bring your own wood or buy it from the many roadside places before you get into the park itself. Wood was $5 an armload, which turned out to be $1 a log! Also no cell service so complaining about one noisy neighbor was difficult. But solved right away.

Received from Heather for visit in Jul 2006


Site Number: 37
Stay Again? YES



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