Lakeside Pines Campground

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Address: /td> 54 Lakeside Pines Road, North Bridgton, ME, 4057
Phone Number: (207) 647-3935
Website: Lakeside Pines Campground
Latitude   44.09904    
Longitude   -70.69724    
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Site Quantity: 185 Pad Type: Gravel
Price: Over $40 Quality:
Electric 50 Amp Water Sewer
Big Rig Access Tents Allowed Pull-thrus Group Area
Handicap Access Waterfront Access Telephone Cable TV
Amenities
A green check-mark signifies service is available
Store Laundry Pool Hot Tub
Pet Friendly 55+ Park Game Room Playground
Cabins Dump Station LP Gas Wi-Fi
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Lakeside Pines Campground Details

Make Lakeside Pines Campground your family’s first choice in real Maine camping. We’re in the Sebago-Long Lake region, right in the middle of the mountains and the seacoast – less than an hour from Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range to the west and the rocky Atlantic coastline and Portland to the east. However, if you’re like most of our guests, you’ll want to spend most of your time right here at Lakeside Pines Campground.

Picture yourself enjoying your dream vacation while camping at Long Lake amidst our 50 acres of woods and stream. A unique combination of 3500 feet of shore front and tall virgin pines assures you that this is a special experience. And the choices and variety in both campsites and rental accommodations offer your assurance of satisfaction, whether you seek a fun filled vacation or quiet seclusion.

Our two gently sloping, sandy beaches are exclusively for the use of our camping families. The water is clear, clean and refreshing, yet warm enough for all to enjoy. In the evening, you will be lulled to sleep by the sounds of the water lapping on the shore, our babbling brook and the wind in the trees.

Recreation near Lakeside Pines Campground

Long Lake offers the best in boating, and our sheltered boat harbor and free launching are unsurpassed in the area. Forty straight miles of lakes and river await the power boating enthusiast, with a gentle and steadily blowing breeze ready to accommodate the needs of the growing numbers of sailboat fans. If you prefer to canoe, feel free to bring your own – or rent one right here at the campground. Simply want to see the sights? Take a ride on the famous Songo River Queen as it makes its daily rounds on Long Lake and through the Songo Locks.

Fishing is another popular – and productive – pastime at Lakeside Pines, with both little sports and big sports alike feeling right at home in our waters. Licenses are available nearby for those over the age of twelve. Also nearby, you will find tennis courts, a golf course and several old mines just waiting to be explored by rock hounds. We’re only two miles from Bridgton, where you can enjoy hearty dining, attend the movies or shop in a variety of stores. Bridgton also offers the convenience of several churches and a modern hospital which is staffed by resident nurses and doctors. Although snugly sheltered from the stresses of the outside world, Lakeside Pines Campground is still only several hundred feet from excellent highway access – absolutely the best of both worlds!

Directions to Lakeside Pines Campground

Take Portland’s Exit 48 (formerly Exit 8) off the Maine Turnpike (Interstate 95), going West on Route 302 to Bridgton, then North on Route 117, 2 miles to Lakeside Pines Campground.

Canadian campers coming in on Route 26, pick up Route 117 at Norway, and follow 15 miles to Lakeside Pines Campground.

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