Casey's Camps are 12 miles north of Greenville, ME off Lily Bay Road on Moosehead Lake which is the largest lake in Maine. They are located on Stevens Point which is a peninsula between Spencer Bay and the main lake with almost 360 degree views. The bay side has a breathtaking view of the Spencer Mountains, shown in the picture at right, while the lake side has views across the lake to the Squaw Mountain Range. There are more pictures below.
PO Box 1199
Greenville, ME 04441
Phone: 207 695 2801
Campsites & RV Facilities
They have many sites for tents and or RV's and several cabins. Sites are a mixture of open and sunny or wooded, some have hookups with water at the sites & generator powered electric morning and evening. Water is available when it's not at the site.
There is a dump station for RV's.
Recommended campsites for views, launching etc.
All of the sites on the shore have extensive views. You can launch from any of the sites on the bay side or at the point. The sites on the lake side are on top of a small cliff so you would have to carry across to the boat launch.
If you have larger boats there are docks available. Great fishing
t-shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, souvenirs, things you may have forgotten, snacks etc.
There are multiple cabins of various sizes - 3 with lake side launching.
Swimming is available from most of the sites. Nice clear water.
Boat Ramp and docking facilities
There is a boat ramp and docks in a sheltered area.
Shaws Library in Greenville ( can be used inside or outside from your car)
Hard Drive Café in Greenville
Rental Boats & canoes
Float Plane and Registered Maine Guide Service available on request.
Places to kayak & canoe
Spencer bay is very interesting to paddle around. Many small coves & inlets - good places to see moose. We love to paddle around the whole bay.
South down the shore to a cove with a beach and lagoon where you often will see moose.
Any direction on Moosehead lake according to how far you want to go.
Around Sugar Island
North end of Lily Bay State Park
We sometimes put our kayaks on the car and drive to other launching areas to see other parts of the lake.
Launch at Lily Bay State Park and paddle south
Kokadjo - First Roach Pond
Boat launch at Greenville Junction
Most of the campgrounds here are on large lakes in the mountains which mean the weather can change very quickly. We suggest you check the weather forecast before going out. We also suggest you watch the weather carefully for changes as forecasts have been known to change quickly in these lake and mountain areas. Thunder storms and winds often come up during the day. It is helpful if you watch for areas you could land and get off the lake if needed.
It is a good idea to always carry emergency equipment in case you had to spend the night out or wait out a storm. We have had to land and wait out a thunder storm several times. Once the storm was around the area a couple of hours so we set up our emergency shelter and enjoyed the lunch we had brought.
Most of the campgrounds have great views and good paddling while staying close or in protected areas & brooks where you probably will see moose and other wildlife including eagles in some areas. Please paddle within your skill ability and experience. We can suggest these areas for you to enjoy but cannot be responsible for your safety.