Terms of Service

Guests are required to be 21 years of age to camp @ Wild Duck Campground & RV Park.

We make every effort to honor specific campsite requests. However, we do reserve the right to change any campsite assignments deemed necessary as we adjust to unforeseen circumstances. Maximum (4) people per RV site, (2) people per Tent site - including visitors. All Rates Subject To Current Maine State Lodging Tax & booking fee.

Cancellation/Change Policy Refund of deposit is given minus a $35 fee per site only if cancellation or change of dates is received 15 days prior to scheduled arrival date (a 30-day notice is required for stays over 1 weeks). Deposit is non-refundable within cancellation period. Cancellations are to be made through e-mail at info@wildduckcampground.com Your reservation will be held until 7:00 pm on your arrival date, unless we hear from you before to advise us of your estimated time of arrival.

Please note that this campground does not permit Radios or Any other form of Amplified Music. Additional person per night $10.00. Day Visitor - must leave by 9 P.M. $5.00. Additional vehicle per night (visitor parking) $5.00. Quiet Hours: 9:00 P.M – 8:00 A.M. Campfires out by 11:00 P.M. Check-In: 1 PM – 7 PM (Please no late check-ins). Check-Out: Before 11:00 AM. Pets: Non-aggressive, leashed, picked up after and fairly quiet. Motorcycle Restrictions Apply, Please Call Ahead. Absolutely no visitors or pets in the tent area - except service animals. No Fireworks in campground. We cannot accommodate late check-outs. Out of State firewood is not allowed. The site is for vacation purposes only.

The Campground assumes no responsibility for loss through fire, theft, collision or otherwise to the vehicles or their contents whether due to negligence or otherwise. Use of the Campground and equipment for yourself, your family and your guests is solely at your own risk and subject to the Campground policies/rules. The Campground and its employees shall be saved harmless from any claims, by or on behalf of all those admitted to the Campground pursuant or because of this agreement. Any violation of this agreement, the termination of which shall be in the sole discretion of the campground operator, shall result in termination of this agreement. Upon termination, the camper, his/her family and guests shall be deemed to be trespassers, under the Trespass Property Act, and the operator is hereby appointed their respective agent for disconnecting services and the removal of their vehicle(s), trailer(s), structures and equipment.