Maine, United States

Family Campground Completely Private with secluded woods in the Sebago Lake area of Southern Maine. Stocked private lake; free fishing, large sandy beach, activities, restaurant, store and rentals. A Campers Paradise in Southern Maine.

Map of Acres of Wildlife Campground

60 Acres of Wildlife Campground Road
Steep Falls, ME
04085

Private Campground

Apache Campground

Family campground with swimming pool, lake fishing, canoe and rowboat rentals, volleyball, horseshoes, ball field, shuffleboard, and planned activities on weekends.

Map of Apache Campground

165 Bernier Road
Sanford, ME
04073

Fragrant forests, bright blue skies, lush gren fields and crystal clea waters! Its called Aroostook. Its our home and you'' love it too! Come visit!

Map of Arndt's Aroostook River Lodge & Campground

95 Parkhurst Siding Road
Presque Isle, ME
04769

Private Campground

Aroostook State Park

In 1938, interested citizens of Presque Isle donated 100 acres of land to the State with the hope of creating Maine's first state park. This hope became reality is 1939, with the creation of Aroostook State Park. Subsequent donations increased the park to its present size of over 600 acres. Encompassing Quaggy Jo Mountain and Echo Lake, the park provides year-round recreational activities. Rising abruptly from the surrounding farmlands, the most prominent feature of Aroostook State Park is Quaggy Jo Mountain. Uplifted by folding of the earth's crust, weathered and shaped by glaciation through time, Quaggy Jo offers a unique chance to study our geologic past. The underlying limestone formations mark the presence of an ancient sea, and the mountain's outer layer of volcanic rock suggests a later lava flow of an unknown origin. Quaggy Jo is the shortened form of its Indian name "QuaQuaJo". A popular translation for QuaQuaJo is "twin peaked".
The park's natural areas are typical of northern Maine. Its forest consists mainly of a mixture of spruce, fir, beech, and maple along with younger stands of poplar, birch, and other hardwoods. In the park's low swampy areas, dense stands of cedar can be found.
A wide variety of birds and mammals live within the park. While squirrels and chipmunks are most frequently seen, fox, deer, moose and bear also rail the park "home". Birds of all types are found here, too, including hawks, owls and woodpeckers.

Map of Aroostook State Park

87 State Park Rd
Presque Isle, ME
04769

Private Campground

Augusta West Resort

Family camping at it's finest on the shores of Lake Annabessacook with its great bass fishing.

Map of Augusta West Resort

183 Holmes Brook Lane
Winthrop, ME
04364

Private Campground

Bar Harbor Campground

Closest to Bar Harbor and Acadia. Quiet family camping. Many secluded sites to choose from. Ocean view. Heated pool, hot showers. Choose your own site.

Map of Bar Harbor Campground

409 State Highway 3
Bar Harbor, ME
04609

All new for 2007! We've created 200 brand new, long and level, full-service campsites -- most with spectacular ocean views. Park your Big Rig or rent a cozy cabin and enjoy the good life! We offer all the amenities you want and need. And... you'll love our new entertainment center with its 60-foot porch facing the sea, our heated pool with expanded decking, our community fire circles -- great for socializing, and all there is to do minutes from Narrows Too. Take a day and go hiking in Acadia National Park or stroll historic Bar Harbor. Come enjoy it all!

Map of Bar Harbor Camping Resorts - Narrows Too

1150 Bar Harbor Road
Trenton, ME
04605

When is a pond not really a pond? When it's a 749-acre lake! Choose a waterview campsite with a spacious pull-thru, a cottage right on the lake, or a cabin or lodge apartment. Then canoe, fish, swim, boat, or just relax and watch the loons from our peaceful, private beach. There's lots to do for our landlubbers too -- pancake breakfasts, ice cream socials, rousing volleybal games -- and even live entertainment! Take a day away and stroll through historic Bar Harbor or go hiking and exploring in famous Acadia National Park -- just a short drive away. There's something for everyone at -- or near -- Patten Pond. Seasonal sites available.

Map of Bar Harbor Camping Resorts - Patten Pond

1470 Bucksport Road
Ellsworth, ME
04605

Private Campground

Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA

Now you can stay in a New Airstream! Come spend the night in an American icon at the Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA! Experience the nostalgia and romance that only an Airstream travel trailer can provide. These special units are fully outfitted and ready for you to enjoy while you experience all that our KOA has to offer. Our Airstream sleeps up to four people, and includes a queen bed and two twin beds. You'll have all of the comforts of home while you stay in the world's most unique and recognizable RV - all just a short stroll to the Atlantic shoreline.
While camping at Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA , watch the sky melt into sunset pastels from your waterfront site. Waterfront sites are perfect for Atlantic shoreline camping. Encompassed by 3,500 feet of Atlantic shoreline along the entrance to Acadia National Park , youll also be able to enjoy natures beauty from the private, rocky beach. Regular shuttle service allows campers to enjoy all the amenities of the campground and the local area. Whale watching and fishing boats hire out, kayaks are available to rent and restaurant specials include lobster and blueberry pie.

Map of Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA

136 County Road
Bar Harbor, ME
04609

Private Campground

Bar Harbor Woodlands KOA

Map of Bar Harbor Woodlands KOA

136 County Rd
Bar Harbor, ME
04609

Private Campground

Bayley's Camping Resort

Southern Maine's finest by the Ocean-Bayley's Camping Resort offers the ultimate family camping experience. We can accommodate the largest of rigs and also offer a secluded, wilderness tenting area. In season, we feature complimentary trolley service to Pine Point Beach and the downtown Old Orchard area, professional entertainment three nights per week. We also offer 3 playgrounds, clean and modern restroom and shower facilities, a 24-hour laundromat, a high speed internet and business station, high speed wireless and 2 stores offering groceries, gifts and camping supplies. Our overflow area features full hook-ups and cable television. All other sites with hook-ups include the tenting area but excluding the overflow, has a fireplace and picnic table. Pull thrus and 50amp service are also available. Reservations are suggested for any stays from June to September and the office is open year-round for reservations, inquiries and gift certificates.

Map of Bayley's Camping Resort

275 Pine Point Road
Scarborough, ME
04074

Private Campground

Beach Acres Campground

Family camping near beaches, fine restaurants, and many tourist attractions.

Map of Beach Acres Campground

563 Post Road
Wells, ME
04090

Private Campground

Beaver Brook Campground

Enjoy private sites in the pines on beautiful Androscoggin Lake. Participate in our five star activities program. Facilities include trailer and cabin rentals, full hook-ups, dump station, Store, Bucky's Grill, pool, boat rentals, recreation hall, arcade, laundry and pet friendly.

Map of Beaver Brook Campground

1 Wilson Pond Rd.
North Monmouth, ME
04265

Private Campground

Beaver Dam Campground

Beaver Dam Campground offers family camping at its finest! Situated on a picturesque 20-acre spring fed pond, Beaver Dam Campground is that clean, quiet, family campground you have been hoping to find. We have 60 spacious and well-maintained sites (many waterfront and most with waterviews). We have sites that are perfect for you and your family, whether you are camping in a tent or in a 40' RV with slide outs! What really separates us from other campgrounds is our attention to what is really important to our campers - the details. Details like clean and modern restrooms; a well-stocked camp store; recreation, entertainment and planned events that appeal to campers of all ages; and a staff that is friendly, helpful and willing to assist in ensuring your stay is a pleasurable and memorable one.
Beaver Dam Campground was named the 2015 Small Park of the Year by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds, one of only four parks in the entire United States to receive this coveted honor each year.  We have  been "A" Guest Rated  in 2015, 2014, 2013, and 2012 and was recently named one of "12 Must-Visit RV Campgrounds Across America"!  We are proud to have earned these recognitions and trust we will live up to your expectations.

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551 School Street
Berwick, ME
03901

Located on the banks of the Androscoggin River. Perfect for canoe/kayak trips. Mountain biking, rentals and sales. All pull thru sites, full hookups. Big rig sites and tenting.

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121 Mayville Road
Bethel, ME
04217

Big Moose Inn Cabins & Campground Inc.

Big Moose Inn, Cabins and Campground is the destination spot for those searching for outdoor recreation in the northern Maine Woods. Whitewater rafters, fly fishing enthusiasts, photographers and hikers venture from around the globe to the Katahdin Region in search of true wilderness experiences. With world class white water rafting on the class V Penobscot River, Maine?s tallest mountain, Mt. Katahdin (5,267 ft), Baxter State Park and the Appalachian Trail at the front door, it's no wonder guests travel so far to stay at Big Moose.

Map of Big Moose Inn Cabins & Campground Inc.

Baxter State Park Road
Millinocket Lake, ME
04462

Private Campground

Birch Point Campground

Located on Pleasant Lake. Boat rentals, swimming, bowling, arcade, lunch counter, laundry. 18-hole golf course one mile.

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33 Birch Point Lane
Island Falls, ME
04747

Birches Lakeside Campground

We offer affordable family camping on the shores of beautiful Lake Cobbosseecontee, just west of Gardiner and Augusta in central Maine. Our sites are spacious and all can accommodate slideouts. The waterfront includes a sandy swimming beach, a boat ramp and new docks so you can bring the family boat on vacation, too! We also offer boats, canoes and kayaks for rent. The lake is 10 miles long; great for waterskiing, bass fishing, or loon watching.

Map of Birches Lakeside Campground

201 Norris Point Road
Litchfield, ME
04350

Private Campground

Bridgton Marina

Family Based Campground ? Catering to family seasonal campers since 1963. You know who your neighbors are all season long. Uncrowded - 60 large, uniquely set, RV sites on more than 45 acres. Large well spaced sites with natural buffers between sites for privacy. Natural Beach ? Large gently sloping natural beach with sun and shade for swimming, wading or just relaxing. Open Waterfront ? The waterfront is open and accessible to all. Utilities - Town water supply - metered 30 amp electrical service - sewer hook-up with on-site pumping included. Close To Town ? About one mile to town. Walk or drive to laundry, food stores, restaurants, gift shops and a movie theatre. Also close to area rentals, lake and mountain attractions. Boating ? Located on 15 mile Long Lake with access to Sebago Lake through historic Songo Locks. Limited boat docks and mooring space available.

Map of Bridgton Marina

3 Obelazy Lane
Bridgton, ME
04009

Private Campground

Camp Eaton

Camp Eaton offers a rare coastal mix of environments ... woods, fields, lily pond, and natural wetlands ... situated opposite one of southern Maine?s largest and most picturesque beaches, Long Sands Beach. Pictured here is the view of the famed Nubble Light. Owners Peter & Kathy Wagner offer family camping facilities in the tradition set by Peter's Great-grandparents in 1923. Pets are welcome in our RV areas only.

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750 York Street Rt 1A
York Harbor, ME
03911

We are a community of campers enjoying the convenience of being the closest campground to downtown Freeport with LL Bean and the ocean! We create an atmosphere where our guests will experience a taste of heaven through hospitality, relaxation, and recreation. It is our mission to provide for you an awesome camping experience.
Enjoy camping, comfort and convenience. Whether you prefer to venture out for an outing or stay at Cedar Haven and just relax .. the choice is yours! We offer spacious sites and big rigs are welcome. Also enjoy onsite recreation, swimming and our beach!

Map of Cedar Haven Family Campground

39 Baker Road
Freeport, ME
04032

Private Campground

Chewonki Campground

Chewonki Campground is located on 50 acres overlooking a saltwater inlet along the coast of Maine. We are noted for our peaceful, clean and expansive sites. Operated by the Brackett family since 1961, Chewonki Campground has 47 sites, many of which have a view of the Montsweag Rver.

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235 Chewonki Neck Road
Wiscasset, ME
04578

Private Campground

Cobscook Bay State Park

The wildlife-rich waters of COBSCOOK BAY surround this 888-acre park on three sides, providing opportunities to watch birds and observe the ebb and flow of the region's impressive tides. Cobscook, the Maliseet-Passamaquoddy tribal word for "boiling tides," aptly describes this setting where the tidal range averages 24 feet and can reach 28 feet (compared to a 9-foot average tide along Maine's southernmost coast).

Cobscook Bay State Park is a great base for family camping and explorations in easternmost Maine. Many of the park's 106 campsites (both for tenting and RVs) border Whiting Bay, a sheltered inlet within the larger bay. The Park offers a boat launch for those with the experience to handle boating in challenging conditions (with rapids created by fast-moving tides).

NATURE OF THE AREA

Cobscook Bay is an unusual estuary with a narrow opening to the sea, a long and convoluted shoreline, and relatively few feeder streams and rivers. Nutrient-rich salt water flowing in from the Gulf of Maine stimulates plankton growth, which in turn feeds a vast array of invertebrates (such as shellfish and marine worms). Eagles, ospreys, seals, otters and even the occasional bear enjoy the Bay's abundant fish, including smelt, alewives, shad, sea-run brook trout, striped bass and the Atlantic salmon.

The Bay's productive food web nourishes more than 200 bird species. Attracted by Cobscook Bay's sheltered coves, mudflats, and eelgrass beds, thousands of shorebirds stop over each fall to rest and forage as they migrate south from northern breeding grounds. The Bay's inner coves support a quarter of Maine's wintering black ducks and the state's highest concentration of bald eagles. A free birding list for the Cobscook Bay region is available at the Park entrance.

HISTORY OF THE AREA

The park's geology is shaped by three primary forces: Cobscook Bay's powerful tides; the underlying bedrock (a volcanic tuff-breccia that dates back to the Silurian Age roughly 420 million years ago); and the glacial action from the Wisconsinan ice sheet (approximately 12,000-18,000 years ago)- which deposited mud and an assortment of rock, sand, silt and clay known as glacial till. These sediments form a thin layer over the bedrock that rarely exceeds 10 feet. Where the bedrock is exposed, grooves left by the ice sheet (known as glacial striations) are visible on rock surfaces. One of the first geologists to explore the area, Nathaniel S. Shaler, noted in 1886 that Cobscook Bay offers "a more interesting assemblage of phenomena than can be found on any other part of the eastern seaboard of the United States."
Cobscook Bay State Park is part of Moosehorn National Wildlife Refuge, much of which was first purchased in 1937 with funds from the federal Duck Stamp Program. Moosehorn (which now totals 24,400 acres) is one of the nation's oldest refuges, having been designated a National Wildlife Refuge in 1937 by President Franklin D. Roosevelt (who summered on nearby Campobello Island in New Brunswick).

In 1964, the Refuge offered the State of Maine a long-term lease at no cost on a 'Recreation Area' it had created along Whiting Bay. After approval by the Maine Legislature, management of the area was transferred to the State and Cobscook Bay State Park was established.

Map of Cobscook Bay State Park

40 S Edmunds Rd
Edmunds Twp, ME
04628

Private Campground

Cold River Campground

Cold River Campground

Perfect Getaway!
Nestled in sixty beautiful wooded acres and within easy walking distance to one of the best salmon fishing rivers on the East Coast! Come and relax in the sun and enjoy the outdoors!
Convenient!
We are just a short drive to the Downeast Region and Acadia National Park. We are the perfect distance if you are heading to or from Canada and the Maritimes.
Amenity Rich!
Full hookup sites, tent sites, & cabins. Large pool, free cable TV on most sites, free Wi-Fi, a game room, laundry, dumping station, play ground, entertainment, big top tent and much more!
New Ownership!
Cold River Campground, formerly The Walton's Campground has a new ownership! Please take a moment to read about them and make sure to say hello at camp!

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211 Riverside Dr
Eddington, ME
04428

Close to the beaches and the quaint coastal communities of Ogunquit and York. Just one hour from Boston and Twelve miles from Portsmouth NH. Kayak Tours, Kayak Rentals, Swimming Pool.

Map of Dixons Coastal Maine Campground

1740 Route 1
Cape Neddick, ME
03902

Private Campground

Duck Puddle Campground

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60 Campground Road
Nobleboro, ME
04555

Private Campground

Dummer's Beach Campground

Panoramic mountain views from our half mile sandy beach. Water deepens gradually. Hiking - center of Tumbledown and Mt Blue Mountains. Free showers, playground, Maine ATV trails - 2 miles.

Map of Dummer's Beach Campground

Dummers Beach Lane Fire Lane 9
Weld, ME
04285

Private Campground

Durham Leisure Center

Open Year Round. Self contained units only. Quiet setting with full hookups picnic tables and fireplaces. Dailies, weeklies and monthlies welcome.

Map of Durham Leisure Center

24 Leisure Lane
Durham, ME
04222

Private Campground

Duvals RV Park

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22 Elemere Rd
Wells, ME
04090

Family-N-Friends Campground

Nestled in the woods near Sebago Lake, you can sit back and enjoy nature or participate in the many family activities. Shaded sites, all with water and electric or sewer to accommodate both tenting and the large RVs. In addition we have cabins and trailers available for rent. A small trout pond provides children with fishing and lots of exploring opportunities. The heated pool, hot tubs and Jacuzzi, are great for a relaxing. Fishing and boating in Sebago Lake is only one-half mile away. Our lodge has arcade games, a pool table and lots of room to play games, cards or just relax. The campground has free wireless Internet access. Our camp store is stocked with items for the whole family including homemade pizza known for being the best around! We are within an hour?s drive of all the major southern Maine attractions. Come give us a try!

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140 Richvile Road
Standish, ME
04084

Private Campground

Freeport/Durham KOA

Spend your summer exploring beautiful Freeport, Maine from your closest KOA campground just 6 miles away. Enjoy our spacious sites; completely wooded for the back to nature feel, tree-lined nestled in the woods, or wide-open pull through. You can also rest in one of our one or two bedroom cabins. We invite you to socialize by enjoying our playground, horseshoe pits, basketball or beach volleyball courts, baseball field or even take a refreshing dip in our pool. We also have a game room and planned activities on the weekends. There's never a shortage of activities for our guests here at the Freeport KOA. If nature is your passion, you may explore one of our nature trails. We welcome you to enjoy our clean, remodeled facilities as you take advantage of the over 101 things to do within a 50 mile radius of Freeport, including the famous LL Bean, open 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. As always we believe you will find everything you've come to expect from a KOA. We look forward to seeing you!

Map of Freeport/Durham KOA

82 Big Skye Lane
Durham, ME
04222

Private Campground

Granger Pond Camping Area

Quiet, scenic family campground with beautiful views of White Mountains. All wooded sites. Clear, spring fed pond for swimming and fishing. Come see our spectacular sunsets.

Map of Granger Pond Camping Area

27 Kamp Lane
Denmark, ME
04022

Private Campground

Green Valley Campground

A family campground located 10 miles from Waterville and Augusta, 35 miles from the coast in a peaceful setting situated on a beautiful lake with swimming and spa.

Map of Green Valley Campground

1248 Cross Hill Road
Vassalboro, ME
04989

Private Campground

Greenland Cove Campground

A quiet family campground on third largest lake in northern Maine. Excellent boating and fishing for salmon, togue, and bass. Swim in the lake or in our heated pool.

Map of Greenland Cove Campground

East Grand Lake
Danforth, ME
04424

Private Campground

Greenlaws Campground

Fresh and salt water beaches, fishing, swimming, hiking, clamming and muscling. Public launch ramp and docks, boat tours, good restaurants large store and deli nearby, bad mitten, horseshoes and croquet. We offer large wooded full hook up sites with quiet private camping and wifi.

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Airport Road
Stonington, ME
04681

Private Campground

Gregoire's Campground

130 site wilderness campground, catering to tents, trailers and seasonals. Store, rec hall, playground, trolley, pets welcome. Near Wells Beach, Rte 109W at Exit 19.

Map of Gregoire's Campground

697 Sanford Road
Wells, ME
04090

Private Campground

Hadley's Point Campground

Facilities at this family owned and operated campground include a heated pool, playground, laundry, store, hot showers, modem access, metered propane, and shuttle service. Sunday church service on grounds. Wooded and grassy sites. Public beach within walk

Map of Hadley's Point Campground

33 Hadley Point Road
Bar Harbor, ME
04609

Private Campground

Hermit Island Campground

Ocean camping for campers with tents, small to medium tent trailers and small pickup campers. Unable to accommodate campers requiring second cars, visitors or pets.

Map of Hermit Island Campground

6 Hermit Island Campground
Phippsburg, ME
04562

Close enough for the weekend and far enough to enjoy nature's splendor without the crowds: swimming, boating, fishing, hiking. Group area and pavillon for reunions and special events.

Map of Honey Run Beach & Campground

456 East Shore Road
Peru, ME
04290

Located on Moose River with easy access into Wood Pond. The campground offers 16 RV sites with electric/water/cable hook ups and 9 tent sites. A public Laundromat, canoe rentals and float plane rides are available onsite. Use of the shower rooms is included in the camping fees. Snowmobile and ATV trails are accessible from the campground. Pets are welcome but must be leashed and attended to all the time. Regional summer activities include: canoeing & kayaking, swimming, whitewater rafting, fishing and golfing. In the fall, hunting and hiking are popular. Open year round. Boat slips available. Seaplane rides on site. Canoe rentals.

Map of Jackman Landing Campground

582 Main Street
Jackman, ME
04945

Beautiful lake view, 10 miles from Canadian border, boat ramp for deepsea fishing, open water kayaking 6 miles, activities, boat rentals, wood. Snack bar.

Map of Keene's Lake Family Campground

70 Keenes Lake Road
Calais, ME
04619

Private Campground

Kokatosi Campground

Located on Cresent Lake with a clean, sandy, private beach. Boating, fishing, rec hall, planned activities, RV rentals and platform tent sites are available.

Map of Kokatosi Campground

635 Webbs Mill Road
Raymond, ME
04071

Private Campground

Lake Pemaquid Inc

Lakeside camping on beautiful Pemaquid Pond. Located in Mid Coast Mainenear the ocean. Museums, shops, restaurants, and lighthouses nearby. Come visit us.

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100 Twin Cove Lane
Damariscotta, ME
04543

Private Campground

Lazy Frog Campground

Lazy Frog Campground

Quietly nestled within the woodlands of popular Southern Maine, Lazy Frog Campground is family owned and operated. We pride ourselves in a clean, quiet, family-friendly atmosphere offering 70 spacious campsites pleasantly shaded with the natural canopy of Maine's majestic forest. All campsites include picnic tables, fire pits, and electricity with services available for basic tenting to full hook-up, RV's up to 42' or a fully equipped rental cabin.
The campground encompasses 16 acres and easily accessible from RTE 202, midway between Sanford, ME and Rochester, NH. Whether you choose a day of adventure experiencing any of New England's popular attractions, shopping in any of the surrounding quaint towns, dining on fresh seafood or peaceful relaxation in the comforts of Maine's natural beauty, we assure you a pleasant and memorable stay. Siturated within 30 minutes to the beautiful seacoast shorelines, a short leap to many nearby lakes or just over an hour drive to the mountains, Lazy Frog offers ample opportunities to frog-get life's daily routine. Please visit our website for weekend planned activities during the peak season.
We invite you to stay a day, a week, a month or a season. See why Lazy Frog Campground is the camping destination for good ol' fashioned fun and relaxation.
Your Hosts, Peggy and John Welch


Map of Lazy Frog Campground

75 Cemetery Road
Lebanon, ME
04027

Private Campground

Libby's Oceanside Camp

Here at Libby’s our location and beaches remain our primary attraction. We offer an unsurpassed setting for those who love being ocean side.Enjoy breathtaking ocean views, fresh salt air breezes and the dynamic surf. Adjacent to Libby’s is 1 1/2 mile Long Sands Beach.
Ocean beaches, area attractions and shopping are all nearby.

Map of Libby's Oceanside Camp

725 York Street
York, ME
03909

Private Campground

Lily Bay State Park

Lily Bay State Park is the place to pitch your tent near the shores of Moosehead Lake where campsites are well-spaced, wooded and some are lakeside. Located in Beaver Cove, the park offers visitors access to the popular central Maine region where hiking, fishing, hunting and leaf-peeping are popular activities throughout the year.
The largest lake in New England, Moosehead Lake fills a glacier-scoured basin 117-square miles in area. Its waters run cool and deep, harboring togue, brook trout, and landlocked salmon. Opened in 1961, this 925-acre park welcomes visitors to experience a variety of outdoor activities including swimming, boating, camping and watching wildlife.
The Moosehead area is famous worldwide for its local native, the moose, and visitors hope to see these magestic animals in their native habitat. Along with moose, bear, deer, and other wild animals live in the area. Perhaps the most spectacular peak in the area is Mt. Kineo, which rises abruptly from the middle of the lake. Kineo's cliffs tower 800 feet above the water and are a must-see on visitors' vacation lists.
In the winter, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and ice fishing attract hearty visitors to the park.

Map of Lily Bay State Park

13 Myrles Way
Greenville, ME
04441

Littlefield Beaches is surrounded by three connecting lakes providing miles to explore by canoe, a natural sandy beach for your swimming pleasure and a quiet natural environment campers expect in Maine.

Map of Littlefield Beaches Campground

13 Littlefield Lane
Greenwood, ME
04255

Private Campground

Lobster Buoy Campsites

Ocean front sites for quiet family camping where nature provides the entertainment. Small boat access to Penobscot Bay from the campsites. Prime availability in June and September.

Map of Lobster Buoy Campsites

280 Waterman Beach Road
South Thomaston, ME
04858

Nestled in the heart of Down east Maine, this oceanfront park is located in one of the most sought-after vacation regions in the state. Lamoine State Park's central location is a quiet alternative that provides easy access to Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, rockbound islands, and area lighthouses. Visitors enjoy camping, boating, fishing and simple relaxation in a beautiful location. Park views of Frenchman's Bay, and amenities such as the campground facilities and boat launching ramp are some of the park's highlights.
While the season closes October 15th, the park is kept open for cross country skiers and others who enjoy the peacefulness of a beautiful Maine winter.

Map of Moody Beach RV Resort - Thousand Trails

266 Post Road
Wells, ME
04090

Quiet & relaxing and perfectly situated in the midcoast of Maine, the Moorings is a premier oceanfront RV- only resort style campground. Beautiful ocean views can be found throughout the park along with beach access, spacious sites & exceptionally clean facilities. Big rigs are welcome. Papa J's & the Lobster Bar, our on-site restaurant serves fresh seafood daily in a fun & eclectic style.

Map of Moorings Oceanfront  RV Resort

191 Searsport Avenue
Belfast, ME
04915