Answers to Frequently Asked Questions
Deer Farm Camps & Campground would like to make your stay easier and more enjoyable. Below are some topics that we are often asked about.
- COVID-19 in 2021
- For the health and safety of our family and friends, Deer Farm Campground remains temporarily closed.
- While not allowed as transportation in the campground, there are miles of old logging roads to ride and many ATV trails nearby. Please see the office for a trail map.
- We have flush toilets available in the bath house.
- Many of our campers enjoy riding on the dirt roads near the campground. All children under the age of 12 must wear a bike helmet while riding.
- Many campers bring their own canoes and kayaks, but we also have a few canoes and rowboats available for guest use. Please contact the office.
- Each campsite and cabin has a fire ring. We ask that you do not move it or burn trash or glass in it.
- Campground Store
- The store sells ice, firewood, basic groceries, assorted camping supplies. Cash or check only.
- Cell phones
- Please remember you are in the Western Mountains of Maine. Do not expect full coverage. If you have your phone set to automatically check your email, it is suggested that you turn off roaming data to not incur extra charges.
- Check-in/Check-out Time
- Check-in time is: 11am
Check-out time is: 1pm
- Credit Cards
- We do not take credit cards. Cash or check only.
- Each campsite and cabin has electricity. Campsites are 30 Amp.
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- Firearms are not allowed at the campground. Please check with campground for exceptions during hunting season.
- Firewood is available for purchase in the campground store. Maine legislature has banned all out of state firewood. www.maine.gov/firewood
- Fireworks are not allowed on the campground or at the cabins.
- First-time Campers
- Worried about what to expect? Afraid you can't handle sleeping in the woods overnight? Try one of our Rustic Cabins with electricity and running water.
- A permit is required. Please contact the Kingfield, ME Town Offices or bring your gear and fish off the dock.
- There are 40 Geocaches within 10 miles of Kingfield, ME
- GPS Coordinates
- 44.998121,-70.191027, altitude 396 meters
- Enjoy a leisurely hike through the surrounding forest on old logging roads or hike one of the area's 4,000 foot peaks: Sugarloaf, Crocker Mountain, Bigelow Mountain, Mt. Abram, or Spaulding Mountain. The Appalachian Trail crosses Route 27 just north of Kingfield.
- We do not offer internet service and cell phone coverage is very spotty in the area.
- Laundry facilities
- Coin Operated washers and dryers are located in the office/lounge/gameroom building.
- Children under 18 must be at their campsite by 11pm. Minors may not stay at campsites without an adult.
- Best place to see them are in the bogs. Come into the camp office and we will show you the most often spotted locations.
- In order to preserve the natural setting, we only allow one car per campsite or cabin. No overnight parking is allowed by the lodge. You may not park in a vacant campsite.
- Well-behaved pets are welcome. Please clean up after your pet.
- Each cabin and campsite has a picnic table.
- Quiet Hours
- Quiet hours are between 11pm and 8am on weekends and 10pm to 8am on weekdays.
- Speed Limit
- The campground limit is 5 MPH, please drive carefully.
- We offer warm showers at no additional cost in the bath house.
- There are no lifeguards on duty; swim at your own risk.
- We ask that you leave the Campground as you found it. Rubbish is collected daily from centrally-located barrels. Cans and bottles are collected separately and recycled.
- Each campsite has water hookups. Cabins have running hot/cold water.
- National Weather Service
- Maine Campground Owners Association
Maine Tourism Association
Northeast Campground Association
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