Swans Falls Campground
The Swan Falls Campground is nestled in the Mt. Washington Valley, close to the White Mountain National Forest. Visitors to this Maine campground are welcome to enjoy a number of activities taking place on the Saco River, which flows along the campground banks.
This small campground holds just 18 well-spaced campsites, each with a fire pit and picnic table. While campers and RV’s are welcome at Swan Falls Campground, there are no hook-ups. All campers have access to water spickets and outhouses on-site.
A Maine campground that holds the designation of an “outdoor education facility,” visitors to Swan Falls Campground will find the visitor’s center filled with information about invasive plants, the river, Leave No Trace, and the organizations involved in protecting the precious waters of the Saco River.
Swan Falls Campground also includes an on-site store where you can purchase necessities such as bug spray and sunscreen, as well as rain ponchos, life vests, and sunglasses. The law in Maine is to “burn where you buy,” so firewood is also available for purchase.
Many local families make the Swan Falls Campground a yearly adventure because it’s a small campground with old-time charm. Given its size and popularity, this campground books early and reservations are accepted beginning in January!
If you’re considering a Maine campground vacation, look at the Swan Falls Campground. Located in Fryeburg, Maine, this location is easy to get to, has a remote feel, but has close proximity to a small town.