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The 20 best camping spots in Maine.

Between quaint coastlines, gorgeous lakes, and the Appalachian Trail's final stretch, Maine's beauty awaits. There’s a reason they call it Vacationland!

Blackwoods Campground

1. Blackwoods Campground

100% Recommend (19 Responses)

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

2. Seawall Campground

100% Recommend (16 Responses)

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...

Averi
Averi: Gorgeous little ocean side campground! Being right on the ocean, it can get quite chilly at night, even at the height of...
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With rocky coastlines, beautiful mountain lakes, and wooded forests deemed worthy of praise by Thoreau, camping in Maine is both idyllic and wild. If you’re looking for the type of solitude only uninterrupted wilderness can offer, visit the North Woods of Maine, where you’re apt to catch sight of a moose—Maine’s official state animal. Looking for a challenge? Hike Mount Read more...
With rocky coastlines, beautiful mountain lakes, and wooded forests deemed worthy of praise by Thoreau, camping in Maine is both idyllic and wild. If you’re looking for the type of solitude only uninterrupted wilderness can offer, visit the North Woods of Maine, where you’re apt to catch sight of a moose—Maine’s official state animal. Looking for a challenge? Hike Mount Katahdin while on a camping getaway at Baxter State Park. Fishing, swimming, canoeing and more await on your next camping outing to Moosehead Lake, which happens to be the largest mountain lake in the eastern portion of the U.S. But there's more to Maine than densely wooded wilderness. If you love splashing in the waves, eating lobster, and sleeping outdoors amidst salty fresh air, camping in Maine near the ocean is not to be missed. Mount Desert Island, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, and Cape Neddick are a few good places to start. And be sure to look out for some of the state's historic lighthouses. If you’re looking for a seaside weekend or a backcountry camping trip, Maine undoubtedly has what you’re after.
Motherwort Farm
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3. Motherwort Farm

Motherwort Farm is a homestead and herbal sanctuary located in Swanville, Maine. On 15 acres we grow vegetables, put up a large portion of our food...

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Tir Na NOg Farm Camp
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4. Tir Na NOg Farm Camp

100% Recommend (4 Responses)

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

Justin
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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Vikings led by Leif Erickson discovered Maine more than 1,000 years ago.
Cranberry Marsh
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5. Cranberry Marsh

Pitch your tent at the forest's edge, with views of the vast marsh and lake beyond. This section of Graham lake contains a huge conservation area...

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Farm Stay-Toddy Pond Farm
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6. Farm Stay-Toddy Pond Farm

The Toddy Pond Farm cottage is a warm and welcoming place rich with history and natural beauty. Situated on a 500+ acre working farm, the cottage...

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With more than 2 million yearly visitors, Acadia National Park is one of the most frequented national parks in the country.
Birch Gate Campsite
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7. Birch Gate Campsite

Our 6 acre slice of heaven is off the beaten path in an agricultural and fishing community on the Union River, 15 minutes drive from Acadia...

Myles
Myles: Our stay at Birch Gate was great. We really wanted to get out to Acadia this fall to see the leaves and enjoy some hikes in the...
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Pioneer Meadow Campsite
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8. Pioneer Meadow Campsite

Our 6 acre slice of heaven is off the beaten path in an agricultural and fishing community on the Union River, 15 minutes drive from Acadia...

Myles
Myles: Really enjoyed our stay in the meadow campsite. The meadow sits right off the main road and the driveway up to the other...
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Maine’s jagged and rocky coastline extends more than 3,500 miles—that’s more shoreline than California!
Duckback Farm Camp
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9. 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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The Pines on an Organic Farm
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10. The Pines on an Organic Farm

Out in the woods beyond where the pigs live we have a beautiful and secluded stand of pine trees - perfect for pitching a tent, creating a home...

More than 60 lighthouses dot the Maine coastline. Many were built in the 1700’s and 1800’s to help sailors safely navigate nighttime waters.
Peaks-Kenny Campground

11. Peaks-Kenny Campground

Nestled within peaceful woods right next to a pristine lake, this your quintessential Maine camping spot. The campground is situated not far from...

Penobscot River Corridor Campground

12. 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
Jason: Great spot for a rafting trip!
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Lily Bay Campground

13. 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...

Brian
Brian: Some nice trails in the area if you don't mind driving. Moosehead Lake is huge and very windy so I would suggest paddling on...
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Camden Hills Campground

14. Camden Hills Campground

100% Recommend (3 Responses)

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
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

15. 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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Moosehead Lake Campground

16. Moosehead Lake Campground

There are many camping spots along the shores of Moosehead Lake. After a long day of boating and fishing, enjoy the views of the pristine water and...

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Old Quarry Campground
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17. 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...

Katie
Katie: Stayed for one night in late April. Great place!! We stayed at site 9. When we checked in, our lovely host made sure we were...
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Nahmakanta Campground

18. 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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Meadow Mtn Tent Platform
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19. 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
Boris: Beautiful place. Quiet at night, and magical in the morning. Would stay here again.
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Holeb Campground

20. Holeb Campground

A crazy canoe adventure through Holeb Park Public Land means you’ll need to rest up along the trip. That’s where Holeb’s dispersed campsites come...