Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park Campground
Drift back 8 miles into the
wilderness along the scenic Mattawamkeag River. After you enjoy the beauty of Lower and Upper Gordon Falls and Sleugundy Heater Gorge, join us at the campground. In the
heart of north- central Maine, it is camping the way it should be.
Enjoy fishing, canoeing, hiking or mountain biking on our miles of trails, or just relax. We have full bathroom facilities, dumping station, free hot showers, a playground and recreation hall, and a well-stocked store to pick up the items you may have forgotten or run out of. Our new Laundromat is now open for your convenience. Pets? Bring them along. They must be under the owners direct supervision (leashes please!) and have proof of vaccination. Have a special occasion? Our recreation hall can be rented for weddings, reunions, and other functions. The Recreation hall rental now includes the use of our 40' by 70' BBQ Pavilion, a large commercial size gas grill is available for an additional fee. Have a group that needs space for a retreat? What better place than at the beautiful Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park and we have group rates available!
Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park Campground is owned by the Town of Mattawamkeag. We lease the park to Carleton Norris, who is doing a great job. We want to bring a very beautiful and unique area to the public. Once you visit us you will return again and again. Look inside the following pages to find out more. We are close to many area attractions, including Baxter State Park and the Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument. Why not plan a vacation in our area around a stay at the Mattawamkeag Wilderness Park Campground.
We will open for the 2020 season May 22nd
Why not visit the Park that Yankee Magazine calls the Best Town owned Wilderness Park in New England
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This page was last updated on 2/24/2020