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Elmer's Cove

9 sites · RVs, Tents6 acres · Edmunds Township, ME
450 feet of cove frontage next to Cobscook Bay State Park. Paved boat launch next door, with a dock, thick stand of trees along the road, and a clearing inside. People marvel at the property and relax. Hand carry launch very close to the campsites. This area of coastal Maine is a stop on your journey. #Next to Cobscook Bay State Park!# #Voted - 2021 Top 10 Best Campsites in Maine# 4 Sites - 2 for Tents and 2 for RVs Good clearance on driveway - no 4WD needed. Tent/sm. veh. sites (tent area 9x14): 1 and 5 best for tents; 3 and 7 for RVs. All sites generally levelled w/fire pits. (firewood included) Book a specific site, or ask me which. Open interior land, privacy from road, - clothing-optional inquiries welcomed. Dark nights for star gazing, 20-foot tidal range - strong currents, be careful kayaking and boating, mid-tide and higher it's good swimming here, also a small spring fed pond to cool off in. Carry in here, or launch for free next door. Good cell signal, (Verizon, AT & T) tower 1.2 miles away. Smart phone hot-spot works for me. GPS: 285 South Edmunds Road, Dennysville, ME. Video - YouTube: "Elmer's cove"
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Farm site or Blueberry land...

11 sites · RVs, Tents60 acres · Eastport, ME
There is no camping in the lower meadow.
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Primal Silence

1 site · Tent30 acres · Lubec, ME
This is Passamaquoddy country.Learn more about this land:Hike in, pitch your tent among the birches, and enjoy the quiet. We offer only one site so that you can experience a sense of solitude. We vary the camp sites and let them rest and recover their wildness in between guests. If you are interested in meditation, contemplation and creativity, this might be the place for you. Toilet is a bucket with a seat that you “flush” by throwing leaves on top.
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Birch Point Farm

1 site · Tent4 acres · Machiasport, ME
----------------------------------------------------------------- *2023 SUMMER SEASON INFO* - We recently had a well drilled 💦 and now the driveway needs work! ⚠️ We ask that you **please park on the roadside**. The campsite is approximately 2 minutes walk from parking and a wheelbarrow will be made available to help transport your gear. - Our outdoor kitchen construction has been delayed. There is a sturdy table, 5gal water dispenser, and some basic utensils available for your use at the tent site. 🍴🧂🥗 - At this time we do not have firewood available for sale. If you plan to make a fire in the fire pit (which is 100% welcome!) please bring wood and kindling with you 🔥 - The walk down to the flat rock beach is erosion-prone this year with all the summer rains. Please be aware of your steps and tread lightly to help us keep the natural moss and ground cover in tact! 🌱 --------------------------------------------------------------- We welcome campers to the beautiful land where we live, a wooded 4 acres on "Birch Point" which juts into the lively salt-water Machias Bay. Your hosts, Lucy and Tyler, are homesteading musicians who love to host seasonal, wholesome, multi-generational parties. We're currently developing a biodynamic community farm and garden project, with our off-grid house still in construction. Mostly wooded with small clearings, this spot is a comfortable and spacious camping environment. There is a common fire pit in view of the ocean, glinting through the trees. Wild animals, like deer and foxes, and many bird species abound, filling the land with life and song. We have a sturdy outhouse available for your use, and a spigot with potable drinking water. We’re so grateful to live on this piece of paradise, and wish to share the beauty and magic of the land with you! On the bold coast of Downeast Maine, the campsite we offer has an ocean front vista overlooking a tidal bay fed by the Machias River. These are very refreshing (chilly!) and strong tidal waters. There are also beautiful (warmer) lakes and many hiking trails nearby, notably the Cutler Bold Coast Trail with epic seaside cliffs. Expect the area to be relatively buggy in summer months, and prepare to do head-to-toe tick checks! We’re about a 15 minute drive from the small city of Machias where you can fill up on supply and provisioning needs. We're about 30 minutes from Lubec and 50 minutes from Eastport, two lovely seaside towns with art galleries, cafés, restaurants, and abundant coastal view points. We look forward to welcoming you and your close ones soon for a visit on Birch Point :-)
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$50
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Downeast Dream

25 sites · RVs55 acres · Whiting, ME
Learn more about this land:Located in Downeast Maine a large open field with a small creek in in the middle leading into a deep frog pond. Lots of woods to explore behind field and some organic blueberry fields. Lots of wildlife can be seen from Deer,Rabbits and Turkeys. Close access to ATV trails, kayak rivers, walking trails across the street and river access provided by cobscooktrails check out there website
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SPECTACULAR SEASIDE YURT

1 site · RV, Tent4 acres · Dennysville, ME
Once owned by a locally self proclaimed pirate our beautiful seaside yurt will give you everything your looking for in a nature getaway. Our property is right next to the internationally famous Cobscook Bay State park. Within a stones throw, you can find a boat launch and the most breathtaking views. Not only is the spectacular seaside yurt on south Edmunds road gorgeous it is private. You will be able to listen to loons while tucked into the gentle field of wildflowers or hear the waves lap up against the rocks as you roast marshmallows on the firepit. Alex and I are avid conservationists and stewards of the land. We hope one day to make this place our forever homestead with our growing young family. We are more than happy to have you come, stay and enjoy the magic of the yurt.Learn more about this land:Join us on the beautiful coast of Maine. Our campsite is located less than a mile from the famous Cobscook National Park, 15 minutes to gorgeous Lubec and only an hour and a half drive to Acadia national park. Be the first to see the sun rise at Quoddy head or go sea kayaking from the public boat launch .5 miles away. Your peaceful campsite sits on the bay with 200’ of shoreline and 2 acres of dreamy meadow. The secluded site includes an outdoor seating area on the water, fire pit, free parking and a one of a kind luxury yurt with a big comfy bed. Enjoy watching the wildlife from the seaside oasis under wise old pines or picking wildflowers in your own private field. Less than a 15 min drive away to gas, restaurants and whale watching tours you are guaranteed to experience the best Maine has to offer.
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Happy Dwelling

5 sites · RVs, Tents8 acres · East Machias, ME
Happy Dwelling rests on 8 acres of land. Woods create a private and peaceful stay. You may enjoy starry night skies and soft orange sunrises. Just a short walk, is the lovely Sunrise Trail, a converted old train line, for biking, walking, four-wheeling, and horseback riding. Lakes are close by for swimming, kayaking, and canoeing. Learn more about this land: Open green space surrounded by pine trees. The sites are nestled in spaces surrounded by trees for a sense of peace and privacy. Firepits are at each site. Also on-site, chair and table massage by appointment (I am the Massage Therapist!). We built a new outhouse! It's beautiful! Potable water is available by hose from my house. There are lots of hiking trails in the area. If you're interested in touring some of the towns nearby, Lubec, Eastport, Machias, and Campobello Island are all good choices. And, they all have a hiking trail or two, and I place to have lunch
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$35
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Downeast Retreat Campsite

1 site · RV1 acre · East Machias, ME
This property has a big red building with hookups for RV as well as a dump site. Bring your whole family, we are extremely pet friendly. Located less than a mile away from the Downeast Sunrise Trail, you can drive your ATVs into town on the trail system and grab a bite to eat. An outdoor grill and patio area is located on the other side of the building. A laundry room is also provided for your convenience.
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Robinson's Cottages Camping

1 site · RV, Tent300 acres · Township Of Edmunds, ME
The tent site is located on the same property as Robinson's Log Cottages. The business was started with one small cabin in 1920 by William Robinson and his wife Shirley. The cottages are located on the bank of the Dennys River, on land owned by generations of Robinsons since 1875. There are 6 log cottages and one small clapboard cottage located on the property. We also have direct access to the Sunrise Trail.Learn more about this land:This site is located on the bank of the Dennys River and very close to the small pond also on the property. It is a wooded lot with a firepit (wood included), picnic table, and tenting spot. Nearby are a swingset and volleyball/badminton net, horse shoes, as well as a beach on the river. Water bottles can be filled at the Cottages office. There are canoes, a rowboat, and a kayak that can be used for free by campers. Life jackets can be found by the office. We have direct access to the Sunrise Trail and are located between mile marker 79 and 80.
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TWIN BUCKS CABIN

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Whiting, ME
Complete privacy on 2 acres of land. Easy access to Orange Lake for kayaking, fishing. Approxomately 1200 feet to boat lauch. Several lakes within a 10 mile raduis. Small cabin but clean and beautifully remodeled with knotty pine. Sleeps 2 on heavy duty Cabelas cots. Fire pit, plenty of parking. A real taste of Maine at an affordable price. Miles of hiking trails to explore and minutes to the ocean. Miles of ATV trails that can be accessed from the premises. Toilet facilities on site. All trash must be carried out. No electricity but wired for a small generator. One dog considered, must be leashed at all times. Dog owner responsible for clean up and any damages incurred.
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Downeast Retreat Tent Site

1 site · Tent1 acre · East Machias, ME
This tent site offers a nice outside dining area, grill, and laundry room. If you would like to use the outlet or string lights provided on the tent platform, plug in the yellow extension cord located by the door closest to your site on the red building (there is a light under the outlet for you to see it at night). With plenty of parking space for your ATVs and easy access to the Down East Sunrise Trail, this is a perfect destination for anyone looking to find adventure. I hope to host you soon!
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G’s at Mowry Beach

1 site · RV1 acre · Lubec, ME
Simple, gravel site IN TOWN Lubec, the easternmost point in the US just one door down and 100' from mile-long Mowry Beach. From this location it is an easy 5 minute walk to Stockford Park, a delicious NJ pizzeria, the International bridge to Campobello Island, the easternmost brewery, seasonal Saturday Farmers' Market, shops, eateries, the library, grocery store, and post office, and the historic McCurdy Smokehouse. This is a rare gem location. There is electricity, water, and sewer hookup for an RV. Please treat the property like you would a campsite and leave no trace. Please take your trash with you and dispose of it off property as there are NO trash barrels. This is a no smoking or vaping property. Please clean up after your pets. This is IMPORTANT and APPRECIATED.
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The best camping near Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land guide

Overview

About

One of the largest parcels of undeveloped coastline in the northeast, Cutler Coast will give you all the beauty of Acadia National Park, with none of the crowds. This wilderness area encompasses blueberry barrens (bring your collection bags in August), spruce forests, and peat bogs, not to mention cobblestone beaches, spectacular wild bluffs overlooking the Bay of Fundy. The ten-mile loop trail that traverses Cutler Coast (also known as the Bold Coast) will take you on an easy jaunt through this spectacular landscape, and just when you are farthest from civilization, you'll find yourself choosing from three primitive campsites overlooking the rugged bay.

Get up early to catch the sunrise, and watch for hungry seals and whales hunting in the waves. While you won’t put away big miles, this is a place for sauntering not hustling. Ready to dive in? Head north, friends and this place can be yours.

Tips for snagging a campsite

  • Book early to secure one of the three remote tent sites available at Fairy Head.
  • Check the reservation system regularly for cancellations to snag a spot.
  • Plan your visit outside of peak seasons for better chances of availability.
  • Explore nearby camping options if Cutler Coast is fully booked.

When to go

The prime time to visit Cutler Coast is during the summer for whale sightings and vibrant birdwatching. However, be mindful of Maine's notorious black fly season from late May to early July. For a serene experience, consider the shoulder seasons when the trails are less traveled.

Know before you go

  • Stay on marked trails to protect the delicate ecosystems and ensure your safety.
  • Prepare for the weather - coastal conditions can be cool, damp, and windy.
  • Accessibility may vary, so check ahead for ADA-compliant facilities and trails.
  • Remember, open fires are prohibited; use self-contained stoves for cooking.
  • Always carry out your trash and respect the Leave No Trace principles.

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