The campground is situated on over 60 acres of wooded lands and 1500′ of shoreline. The babbling Rogers Brook runs right through the middle of the campground, which comes alive with brook trout in the spring. The campground was once a train stop back in the days of the Bridgton Narrow Gage Railroad. What remains of the historical site is a spectacular train trestle bridge. Come and see the most spectacular sunrises on the lake while you enjoy the peace of the early morning. Lakeside has two sandy beaches to lounge the day away or to enjoy a swim in the beautiful waters of Long Lake. The on-site boat harbor, with our own private boat launch, is available during your stay. We welcome you to come stay with us, whatever your camping needs.