Lone Mountain River Front Campground
Nestled in a peaceful valley in the Western Maine Mountains, Lone Mountain is a new campground perfectly located for enjoying the best Maine has to offer. Just a short drive from Bethel’s shops and restaurants, you’ll find a spacious campground with a variety of campsites and sparkling new facilities. ATV riders will enjoy immediate access to a large ATV trail network, and dedicated equestrian trails run by the property as well. Spend your days fishing or swimming in our sandy-bottomed river, and your evenings by the campfire amazed by the stars… Whether you are camping solo, with Fido, your whole family, or a group of friends, you'll feel welcome here at Lone Mountain. Kids love having open space to run and play, and a slow-moving sandy-bottomed river to splash and swim. Our campground is connected to the area’s extensive ATV trail network, and designated equestrian trails are a short ride away. We are located just a mile from the center of Andover, which is a small village nestled in a valley surrounded by the vast expanse of the western Maine mountains. The sandy Ellis River winds through the town, along our campground, and flows under the iconic Lovejoy Covered Bridge. On the edge of the wilds, the area is home to Maine's plentiful wildlife including moose and bald eagles. Just a short drive away you'll find the beautiful village of Bethel and Sunday River Resort. Whether you are looking for an exciting ATV excursion, a jaunt on the Appalachian trail, or a misty morning of fly-fishing, your Maine adventure awaits.
Available RV Spots
439 South Main Street
Andover, Maine 04216
Things to know
Check-in: 1:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
-While each park attempts to accommodate your exact spot request, the on-site manager has the ultimate decision for spot placement. Arrival Times 1:00 PM - 7:30 PM Deposits & Payments -A 100 percent deposit is collected at the time of purchase -Payment for retail items and gift certificates is collected at the time of purchase Children & Pets -Children are welcome with an accompanying adult -Pets are welcome -We welcome 2 well-behaved pets: Pets must wear their current and valid rabies tags. Pets are never to be left unattended at any time. Pets must be on a leash Owners must collect all pet droppings immediately and leave their site clean You will be held responsible for any damage or harm caused by your pet. Please be aware that if your dog(s) are acting aggressive, excessively barking, or are left alone, you will be asked to leave the campground with no refund. Credit Card Security -Your credit card information is stored and processed securely. Click here for more information about credit card security. Campground Policies -For the safety of all our guests and visitors, we have composed some standard policies that we ask all to adhere to. To ensure that everyone has a fun and memorable stay. -Plan to arrive no later than 7:30 pm to ensure you are set up and relaxed. This will make your stay more enjoyable for you and your fellow camping neighbors. -Please be sure anyone staying on your site is aware of our policies. Anyone who fails to follow them will be asked to leave. -Parents are responsible for their children’s behavior, safety and whereabouts during your stay with us. -Anyone staying with us or visiting and not following our policies, we reserve the right to ask you to leave the campground without any refund. Site Occupants -1 camping unit per site, each is allowed one family, two adults, and their dependent children 17 and younger. Arrivals & Departures -Check-in time : 1:00pm - 7:30pm -Please call ahead if you will not be checking in by 9 pm. -Check out time: 11:00 am Full payment is due upon making your reservation in less than a week. Visitors -All visitors must check in the office. -There is a $5 visitors fee per vehicle, up to 4 visitors. -Visitors are asked to leave by 8 pm -Visitors must adhere to all campground policies. Conduct -Failure to abide by any campground rules will be subject to eviction from the campground without refund. -Quiet hours are 10:00 pm to 8:00 am. -Tobacco use, smoking, vaping, or electronic cigarettes are prohibited in any common areas. -Please keep voices low, and lights should be kept at a minimum -Excessive noise at any time is not permitted -In the event that staff informs a site of quiet hour violation and any site occupant refuses to cooperate, all of the occupants of the site will be subject to eviction from the campground without refund. -Please report all inappropriate behavior to management. Pets -limited to 2 per campsite -They are to be kept leashed, quiet at all times, and never left unattended. -Please pick up pet droppings immediately and leave your campsite clean. -Owners will be held responsible for any damage or harm caused by pets. -Please be aware that if your dog(s) are aggressive, barking, or are left alone, you will be asked to leave the campground with no refund. Firewood -Must be purchased locally. -It is illegal to bring firewood into the state of Maine (to prevent the spread of insects). Fires must always be attended to. -Fires must be completely out and doused with water at the end of the evening or anytime you are away from your site. -Please observe any fire condition notices posted in the camp store. -Embers can easily be blown out of the fire pit -No moving fire pits. -No burning trash or leaving it to trash in fire pits. *$25 Fee for leaving trash & debris in site upon leaving (includes large logs)* -Do not remove branches or bark from live trees. -You may collect fallen dead materials. -No fireworks, firearms, or archery allowed. -Hunting is not allowed on campground premises. -The speed limit within the campground is five mph. -Unregistered motorized vehicles (i.e., ATVs, mini-bikes, dune buggies, etc.) are not allowed. -Bicycles – anyone riding a bike on campground premises must wear a helmet Trash -Please make use of our Trash and Recycling Center. -Please sort your returnable bottles and cans. -Please do not put trash in fire pits. -*$25 Fee for sites left with trash, debris & fires not put out before leaving* -Please leave your site as you found it. “Leave no trace.” Ellis River -Swimming is allowed at your own risk. We do not have lifeguards on staff. -Kayaks, canoes, and tubes are allowed again at your own risk -Fishing is permitted with a Maine State fishing license -We ask that the beach be kept clean (please do not leave any trash or debris). The lower sites by the river are in a flood plain. In the occurrence of flash flood warnings or torrential downpours, we reserve the right for your safety to move your reservation to another site on higher ground. Generators are not allowed on Apple Island or during quiet hours. Only very quiet low decimal generators are allowed in sites 7-15 from 8 am-11 am & 4 pm-7 pm. These hours are strictly enforced. The lower sites by the river are in a flood plain. In the occurrence of flash flood warnings or torrential downpours, we reserve the right for your safety to move your reservation to another site on higher ground. Camping with Horses -We offer camping for both individuals and groups. -Sites 12, 13, 14, and 15 are best suited to set up camp with your horse. -A $10.00 fee for each horse per night in addition to the cost of the campsite. -There is access to water and a designated area for manure. -Guests are responsible for bringing their provisions for your stay. Please bring with you: -Portable fencing -Equipment and food needed for your horse -Tools to clean up after your horse -A copy of Coggins test report 3 yrs in-state / 12 mo out of state. -Maps to the area’s trails are available in the office Camping with your ATV -For comfort and safety, we ask all guests and visitors to obey the following policies. -First common sense and respect for fellow guests and neighbors. -MAXIMUM SPEED LIMIT 5MPH idle speed at all times from campsite to trail -Everyone must follow the Maine State Laws & Regulations when operating an ATV, UTV, and 4-wheelers on campground and trail properties. https://www.maine.gov/ifw/atv/laws-rules.html -Be aware some of the trails are shared with our fellow horse riders When approaching horse riders, please pull over and let them safely pass by. -Persons 16 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. If driving, the person has to have completed the State of Maine training course and be accompanied by an adult. -All ATV owners and riders will accept responsibility for any injuries, accidents, and property damage. This includes campground property and trail system property. -There is no riding on state routes – this could result in Lone Mountain Campground losing the trail access from the campground. -Always stay on marked trails and follow the signs and barriers. A lot of the trails run through private properties. You must follow the rules, or it could cause a loss of access to the trail. -No wheel spinning, brake sliding, or sidewinding. This causes damage and gauges and ruts the trail. -Follow all signs and respect all boundaries. Drive responsibly, in groups if possible. -Always what you carry in your carry out – do not litter, and please pick up any trash you may see out of courtesy for all people and wildlife! -Noise respect – no overly loud machines, no revving of engines, and no unnecessary idling of machines. -No ATV riding during quiet hours. -Thank you for being humanly kind and respectful!
-Spot2Nite convenience fees are non-refundable. Cancellations -Cancellations 14 days prior to arrival will receive a full refund less one night stay. -For cancellations less than 14 days before the arrival date, the deposit will be forfeited. -Failure to notify and or arrive by noon of the day following your scheduled date of arrival will result in a cancellation of the reservation, with no refund or credit. -All Holiday stays are non-refundable and non-transferable. -All Seasonal reservation payments are non-refundable and non-transferable. -Refunds are not granted for weather conditions, voluntary departure acts of nature, or evictions.