Visit Maine campgrounds for family tent and RV camping

Maine campgrounds are plentiful; many are operated by the state parks and by the White Mountains National Forest. For RVs and tents camgrounds are located across Maine form the beaches to the mountains.The cost of camping is reasonable and the range of amenities is broad. Depending on their specific locations, Maine campgrounds offer access to Maine’s famous beaches and outdoor recreations, from sea kayaking, fishing, swimming, and boating near the ocean and rivers, to hiking and snowmobiling in the mountains and inland regions.

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Campgrounds in Mains
Campground - Huttopia Southern Maine - Sanford, ME - Photo Credit Corey McMullen
Huttopia - Southern Maine

149 Sand Point Road Sanford, ME, 04073 Phone: 207-324-1752

The fun of camping, comforts of home are combined at these ready-to-camp sites in the woods

Nestled deep inside welcoming forests, by the shores of a freshwater pond, Huttopia Southern Maine is the perfect way to combine the fun of camping with the comforts of home. Canvas and wood-frame tents for two to five people are all set up for your camping experience, with real beds, bathrooms, electricity, and kitchen areas. There are barbecue grills, picnic tables and fire pits. Or, stay in a tiny house with a kitchen and screened-in porch. At base camp, you’ll find an outdoor pool, cafe and bistro area (with crepes and pizza!), group activities from storytelling to fitness classes, and canoe and kayak rentals. In the lodge, there’s foosball, ping pong and board games. Go swimming, fishing, hiking – or just relax in a hammock.
Campsite - Point Sebago Golf Resort - Casco, ME
Point Sebago Golf Resort

261 Point Sebago Road Casco, ME, 04015 Phone: 207-558-8000 Toll-Free: 800-655-1232

Enjoy the privacy of camping and all the amenities of a classic lakeside resort

The spectacular Point Sebago Resort started out as a campground, and the resort still pays home to its origins with 100 full-service, picturesque sites for RVs and tents. All have water and electricity, and many sites have septic hookups. Pets are allowed in specially designated sites. Enjoy the privacy of your site nestled in the woods and the pleasure of being able to join in resort activities, from organized events to fishing, swimming off the sandy lake beach, basketball, shuffleboard, golf (18-hole and mini), family game nights, outdoor cinema, nature walks, campfires, on-site dining and live entertainment. From picnicking to paddle boarding, there is something for everyone. Head back to your camping site in the evening for s’mores and stargazing.
Sebago Lake Beach at Sebago Lake State Park, Casco-credit-Maine Office of Tourism
Sebago Lake State Park

11 Park Access Road Casco, ME Phone: 207-793-6231

This large park on Sebago Lake has hundreds of camping site, and services for recreational vehicles (RVs). See full description of Sebago Lake State Park.
fishing in Acadia National park -credit- Maine Bureau of Parks and Lands
Acadia National Park

Route 3 Bar Harbor, ME, 04609 Phone: 207-288-3338

Vast national park with outdoor activities year-round on Maine coast; carriage roads, hiking and rock climbing; gardens; tidepools; camping

This oceanside park has three campgrounds, including one that allows walk-in, primitive camping in winter. See full description of Acadia National Park.
Campground - Camden Hills State Park - Camden, ME - Photo Credit David Wolf
Camden Hills State Park

280 Belfast Road Camden, ME, 04843 Phone: 207-236-3109

Park on the top of Mount Battie has beautiful views of the Bay; camping; hiking; bird watching

Family friendly campground at this beautiful park high above Penobscot Bay has RV dumps and hookups, showers, and more. - Trail Map (PDF)
Hours: Open year-round, 9am - Sunset. A fee is charged.
Lake St. George State Park

278 Belfast Augusta Road Liberty, ME, 04949 Phone: 207-589-4255

Lake St. George State Park is located 16 miles west of Belfast and 25 miles east of Augusta on the northwest shore of beautiful Lake St. George. State Route 3 ran parallel and close to the lake, which was originally part of a farmstead. The centerpiece of the park is Lake St. George itself. Some of the park's campsites are located right on the shoreline. The day-use area is a short walk from the camping area where picnic tables and grills are available close to the beach. A lifeguard is on duty. The day-use area has swings, volleyball, basketball, and a sandpit. Three to five miles of hiking trails are within walking distance from the campground. Open May 15 - October 1, Fee Charged.
Baxter State Park

64 Balsam Drive Millinocket, ME, 04462 Phone: 207-723-5140

A large state wilderness that offers recreational activities in the water and on land; a popular camping and hiking spot

This is a rustic area: Running water, garbage cans and electricity are not available here. Do not bring firewood into the park. Amenities: public portable restrooms.
Holeb Public Reserved Land

Holeb Public Recreational Land has a recreational use dominated by the Moose River Bow Trip, popular among canoeists and fishermen. Most of the shores on Attean and Holeb Ponds and a significant length of the Moose River including Holeb Falls lie within the unit's boundaries. Numerous primitive campsites are available. Information: Western Region Office of the Bureau of Parks and Lands, 207-778-8231.