70 site ADULT only (21+) Campground and RV Park. Can accommodate RVs up to 45 feet. We offer clean, level RV sites with full hookups and Cable TV at every site, 30/50 amp service, back in as well as pull thru sites. Separate areas for tenting, pop-up campers, and vans. We have ultra clean, modern restrooms and showers, WiFi, laundry, dump station, ice, fire rings, and firewood. On site owners and night security gates. You can bring your own canoe or kayak or rent one of ours. Enjoy a quiet walk on our clean paved roads or bike to the beach.
Adults only (21+). Open May 1st thru October 20th. PA discount is valid for one night. PA discount is not valid May 25th thru September 30th. PA discount is not valid during holidays and holiday weekends. PA discount cannot be combined with another discount or special offer. Credit cards accepted. We like it quiet. Quiet time is 9PM, strictly enforced. Speed limit within CG is 5-10MPH. Dogs welcome, must be leashed. Must be with you at all times, no left unattended at any time, and cleaned up after immediately. If he or she is a barker, please leave them at home. No aggressive dogs allowed.
Located 8 miles from Portland. From I-95N: take Exit 36 for I-195 E toward Saco/Old Orchard Beach. Continue onto I-195, take Exit 2B to merge onto US-1 N/Main St/Portland Rd toward Saco/Portland Rd. Turn right onto State Rte 9 W. Then turn right onto Dunstan Landing Rd. Wild Duck Campground is at the end of the Dunstan Landing. From I-95S: Take Exit 42 toward ME-1/Scarborough. Continue onto Haigis Pkwy and use the right 2 lanes to turn right onto Payne Rd. Turn left to stay on Payne Rd. Turn right onto US-1 S. Then turn left onto State Rte 9 W. Turn right onto Dunstan Landing Rd. Wild Duck Campground is at the end of the Dunstan Landing.
We offer fine adult camping for honeymooners to retirees on the Southern Maine coastline.
Located in the middle of Maine Audubon’s Scarborough Marsh, state's largest salt water marsh, and Maine Audubon’s property. Campers enjoy a broad array of wildlife including waterfowls, egrets, herons, ibises, raptors, muskrat, mink, otter, deer and moose. The Scarborough Marsh is the state's largest salt water marsh and can be explored by foot or canoe.