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Why Go Camping in Maine?

Camping in Maine can mean rolling out your tent in a quiet mountain glade or rolling up your RV to a seaside resort stuffed with amenities. Whatever your pleasure, Maine’s camping areas offer fun and practical places to stay in Maine’s outdoors. You might think you know Maine, but it’s a lot more than lobsters and lighthouses. With New Hampshire as its only bordering state, Maine has developed an idiosyncratic culture that makes it one of the more distinctive stops on a U.S. tour. Plus, Maine campgrounds are sublime. A whopping 3,478 miles of Atlantic coastline makes Maine a great destination.

Maine’s private campgrounds are probably the most varied, each boasting their own package of extras. Private campgrounds offer things like in-house marinas, waterslides, stores, game rooms, beaches and views of lakes, mountains and the ocean.

Scenic campsites in remote settings await those who venture off the beaten path on Maine’s Parks and Public Lands. From wild coastal islands to the mountains and remote lake shores of interior Maine, has campsites for you.

Camping on Federal land includes staying at Acadia National Park, the state’s only national park, or at Katahdin Woods and Waters National Monument, which is newly-created in Maine’s North Woods. Small campgrounds are also available in the White Mountains National Forest.

Some of Maine’s most popular State Parks offer camping. Amenities at those State Parks including things like lakeside tent sites, mountain hiking, fishing and even camping on a coastal island. Those wanting less-structured stays can visit Maine’s Public Reserved Lands. They’re owned by the State – and are often very wild – and have fewer camping amenities than State Parks.

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