Description

Pick a pond and pop up your tent at Deboullie Public Reserved Land. You can drive to 23 of the land’s primitive campsites, which are located next to the one of the many ponds in the area, including Denny, Perch, and Gardner Ponds. A handful of remote campsites are accessible only by hikers willing to trek through some striking scenery. There is also a larger campsite for groups available on Perch Pond.
Campsite area
Bring your own tents
29 sites
Up to guests per site
Hike in
No ADA access
Essentials
Campfires allowed
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Amenities
Picnic table available

Activities

Offered near the campground.

Boating
Fishing
Hiking
Paddling
Snow sports
Swimming
Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Deboullie Campground.

Beach
Forest
Swimming hole
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Park
Deboullie Public Reserved Land
State
Maine
Country
United States
Phone Number
(207) 624-9952
Directions
View on Google Maps
Official Website
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Coordinates
46.961° N, 68.876° W
Unknown price
Tent Only - Hike In: 29 Sites
(Up to people per site)

Safety at Hipcamp

Inclusion Policy

We have a zero-tolerance policy against discrimination at Hipcamp and are committed to helping our Host and Hipcamper community be inclusive.

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Hosting Standards

All Hosts should review and adhere to these standards around providing a positive Hipcamp experience, being a thoughtful neighbor, and serving as a responsible citizen.

Hipcamper Standards

All Hipcampers should review and adhere to these standards for safety, trip preparation, and respect in order to uphold Hipcamp’s most important value: “leave it better.”

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Recreate Responsibly

  1. Know before you go
  2. Practice physical distancing
  3. Plan ahead
  4. Play it safe
  5. Explore locally
  6. Leave no trace
  7. Build an inclusive outdoors

Leave No Trace

  1. Plan ahead and prepare
  2. Travel and camp on durable surfaces
  3. Dispose of waste properly
  4. Leave what you find
  5. Minimize campfire impacts
  6. Respect wildlife
  7. Be considerate of other visitors

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