Acres of Wildlife is a great stop when camping with kids. We spent a week camping with four of our grandsons.
There is plenty to do for kids. Six playgrounds, miniature golf, and nightly fire engine ride, and numerous programs like tie dye, etc. They have an arcade room, but I would avoid it. They have a beautiful swimming lake with lots of sand beach, rental paddle boats, and diving platforms. No pool.
They have 200 sites spread over 60 acres. Most sites are wooded, large sites with plenty of separation. Our 31′ class A was sited into Hummingbird Meadow, which is a big field with about 16 large sites and not a tree to be found. We had full hook-up and no problems.
Showers and restrooms are clean and have plenty of hot water. The most of the staff was very friendly and helpful. Try not to deal with the elderly lady in the camp store. 😉 They do have wifi but it SUX! I could see the antenna in the meadow and it was still bad.
If you are looking for a family friendly park, I would rate this a four of five. For campers with no kids, I’d give it a two. I doubt that we will be back. Sebago Lake State Park was a much better site for quiet, peaceful camping by us old folks. Did I mention that the wifi was BAD!