Moosehead Family Campground
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So we woke up to fog that could be cut with a knife but away we go on our moose hunt. Out in the early morning to see what we can find.Down backroads, around the boughs, no moose. I did find some more nice waterfalls, but you are probably all tired of my views of my waterfalls. Back to the Behemouth and some breakfast.
Out again before …
This was an eventful day. We needed to stop along the way for a camper repair. That always takes more time than needed. Of course a cmaping store is like the candy store so we needed to buy a couple of things. But on the road we were to Greenville, Maine to see the famed Moosehead lake and to see if there were any moose in Maine. This has been …
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... is a tie between the adirondacks and moosehead lake. but we haven't been to the coast yet.
we love our campground. for a private campgroud, we had a very large spot. woods in the back. it was very hot while we were here, in the high 80's and that feels like high 90's to us southwesterns. the mornings were nice and in the afternoon we went to the campgrounds pool. there is also another lake about a mile ...
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The campground host provide lots of information for the area. she was veery helpful. The campground is clean the bathrooms need a little updating, but it is still a nice campground. Trucks pulling long trailers will have a bit of a problem getting into this park, but just take your time and parking will be okay.
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