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  Maine Campgrounds: Online Camping Guide
 
 

Maine is vacationland. And, with some of the most pristine pine forests in the country, Maine should be your first choice for your next camping vacation.

Maine offers all varieties of camping: from family camping along Maine's popular coast to a more wilderness experience in the North Maine Woods.

Please use this camping guide to locate a campground online, view listings statewide, or get answers to common traveler questions.

 
Quick Regional Campground Locator:
Below is a brief description of each region to highlight major attractions and destinations.
   

Aroostook:
Wide open spaces, Allagash Wilderness Waterway, no large urban centers.

Katahdin-Moosehead Lake Area:
Home to Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin, and Moosehead Lake - largest fresh water lake in Maine.

Down East Maine:
Home to Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor and Bangor. Quaint coastal villages and lots of lakes for fishing.

Kennebec - Moose River Region:
Moose watching, hiking, whitewater rafting and the state capital, Augusta, are in this region.

Mid Coast Region:
Popular coastal villages, ship yard history and such popular destinations as Camden and Boothbay Harbor.

Western Lakes & Mountains:
Winter skiing - Summer hiking, camping and more. Mountainous region with clear lakes and streams for exploration.

South Coast:
Major urban centers, family camping, coastal vacation getaways and outlet shopping.

Click the map below for regional campground listings and
links to campgrounds in Maine.
Campgrounds in the Doweast Region in Maine; including Acadia National Park and B Campgrounds in the Mid Coast Region in Maine Campgrounds in the Southcoast Region in Maine Campgrounds in the Western Lakes and Mountains region in Maine Campgrounds in the Kennebec Valley - Moose River Region in Maine Campgrounds in the Katahdin - Moosehead Lake Region of Maine Campgrounds in Aroostook Region of Maine
   
   
Common Questions about Camping in Maine:
 

 

Maine Travel & Vacation Planning Resources:
 
  • Maine Guide Travel Center
    The Maine Travel and Vacation Center can help you locate general regional information about Maine, find accommodations (more than just camping) and also link you to favorite activities in Maine.
  • Explore Maine:
    You can use the Maine Resource Guide web site to explore various cities, towns and regions of Maine.

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