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Blackwoods Campground

1. Blackwoods Campground

100% Recommend (4 Campers)

Acadia is your spot for rugged adventure and ocean-side relaxation. It is one of the most visited National Parks in the United States, where you...

Jason: my favorite campground in Acadia. Book it in advance, fills up quickly!
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Seawall Campground

2. Seawall Campground

Take a ride on the quiet side—Seawell Campground is tucked away in the far southern end of the park, a full 18-miles from the most popular sites...

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Tir Na NOg Farm Camp
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3. Tir Na NOg Farm Camp

100% Recommend (4 Campers)

Choose from a range of campsites: secluded woodland areas near seasonal streams or orchard/meadow sites with easy access to composting toilet...

Justin: I had an amazing stay on the Tir na nog Farm. It was very peaceful and scenic. The owners of the farm are very friendly. There...
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Meadow Mtn Tent Platform
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4. Meadow Mtn Tent Platform

Up 2. 5 miles of dirt logging roads lead to a beautiful plateau and mountain drainage basin, surrounded by healthy forest of mixed hardwoods and...

Boris: Beautiful place. Quiet at night, and magical in the morning. Would stay here again.
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Schoodic Woods Campground

5. Schoodic Woods Campground

This newcomer was built in 2015 to attract overnight visitors to the beautiful Schoodic Peninsula. It’s far from the hustle and bustle of Mount...

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Duck Harbor Campground (Isle au Haut)

6. Duck Harbor Campground (Isle au Haut)

Leave your car and other modern technologies behind and head out to Isle au Haut where you will find the very best of primitive camping at Duck...

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Swan Island Campground

7. Swan Island Campground

Lobster fresh out the ocean smokin’ on the grill, pitch a tent under an adirondack shelter, lay back on the knoll in front of your site overlooking...

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Old Quarry Campground
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8. Old Quarry Campground

Old Quarry Campground is on the site of an old granite quarry. We have 13 tent sites, each outfitted with a 12x12 tent platform, fire ring, and...

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MainelyGlamping Hide-Away Cabin
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9. MainelyGlamping Hide-Away Cabin

Cozy cabin nestled on an acre of wooded land in Newfield, Maine, a quick drive to the beaches region or Portland. The land is remote and...

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The Old Squadron 9
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10. The Old Squadron 9

The Upper Farm is set on 125 rugged acres in southern Maine. Pitch your tent under the cover of mature hardwoods alongside a babbling brook, in...

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Bradbury Mountain Campground

11. Bradbury Mountain Campground

Just a half-hour drive from Portland, Bradbury Mountain is tame in comparison to many of the wild places across the state. The bonus? It’s got...

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Duckback Farm Camp
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12. Duckback Farm Camp

1. Pitch your tent in our pine forest near a beaver meadow. 2. Pitch your tent on a soft, flat, grassy field under a vast skyIn either case you can...

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Penobscot River Corridor Campground

13. Penobscot River Corridor Campground

After a rip roaring day on the river, you’ll be looking for a nice, peaceful spot to rest your head at night—luckily, there are plenty to choose...

Jason: Great spot for a rafting trip!
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Nahmakanta Campground

14. Nahmakanta Campground

If you’re looking to get wet n’ wild in Main, then camping at Nahmakanta is your ticket. Most of the campsites sit along the banks of the large,...

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Sebago Lake Campground

15. Sebago Lake Campground

Sebago Lake is a glacial lake, deep and cold. It covers 45 square miles, and its shores are a mix of woodlands, sandy beaches, and rocky bluffs....

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Swans Falls Campground

16. Swans Falls Campground

Mixing recreation and education, Swans Falls Campground is a great locale to bring the little ones to learn about the importance of preserving our...

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Cobscook Bay Campground

17. Cobscook Bay Campground

“Sitting in a tent by the bay” isn’t exactly how the song goes, but that’s what you’ll be singing when you stay at Cobscook Bay State Park...

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Cutler Coast Campground

18. Cutler Coast Campground

The camping’s magical at Fairy Head within the Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land. There are three designated tent sites near Fairy Head, and you’ll...

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Allagash Campground

19. Allagash Campground

Just because you’re roughing it, doesn’t mean it has to be rough, but a trip to the Allagash does require careful planning. Why? Because it is...

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Lamoine Campground

20. Lamoine Campground

Pop a squat at one on of the most popular scenic areas of Maine at Lamoine State Park Campground. Camping here gets you incredible ocean views,...

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Donnell Pond Campground

21. Donnell Pond Campground

The best way to explore this water wonderland? A few days stay at one of the remote, scenic campsites up for grabs. Most of the campsites here are...

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The Wilderness
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22. The Wilderness

Rest and relax in nature and enjoy endless star gazing in this off-grid, rustic campsite and only minutes away from Turtle Cove a local bathing...

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Machias River Corridor

23. Machias River Corridor

The Machias River Corridor offers four separate camping areas right along the wild, scenic river, which are very popular for those traveling by...

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Lake St. George Campground

24. Lake St. George Campground

Watching a sunrise over a sparkling lake is definitely a bucket-list-worthy item—which you can check off when you camp at Lake St. George. The...

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Duck Lake Campground

25. Duck Lake Campground

How remote is Duck Lake Public Reserved Land campsites? Some of the campsites up for grabs are located along a body of water literally named the...

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Warren Island Campground

26. Warren Island Campground

Calling all boaters! Looking to detach from the mainland and it’s dwellers? Spend a night at Warren Island State Park. Only accessible by personal...

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Camden Hills Campground

27. Camden Hills Campground

Straddle two worlds at Camden Hills State Park, where you’ll find a quiet, wooded campground, fab hiking, and panoramic views. Head just a couple...

Tara: It's an easy hike up Mount Bettie for an awesome view of the bay. Autumn is the best time to hike, but don't forget your camera.
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Seboeis Campground

28. Seboeis Campground

Get turnt up on nature at Seboeis Public Reserved Land. 15,628 acres to keep you fresh (with air), shorelines, and mountaintops. This kind of...

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Mount Blue Campground

29. Mount Blue Campground

Mount Blue State Park Campground is a place that will turn your blues into gold! Spacious and picturesque campsites are located close to Webb Lake...

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Lily Bay Campground

30. Lily Bay Campground

Are you looking to boat it up or beach it up? Dunn Point Campground sits on the west side of the park and is closest to the sandy park beach. On...

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