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mecoa_campingguide2015

mecoa_campingguide2015

Ma i n e2015 Official State Directory

Camping Guide

Detailed Area Maps
RV & Cabin Rental Units

Local Events & Activities

CampMaine.com

Southern Maine’s Finest2b01y5 the OceanOfficial State Directory

Only 1/2 Mile from Maine’s Largest Beach - Pine Point/Old Orchard Beach

Dedicated to Family Camping Since 1970

New Adult Pool/Spa Complex 2 Free Shuttles to the Beach 4 Heated Pools/6 Hot Tubs

Rental Trailers Rental Cabins

Family Activities Program Spacious 50amp Big Rig Sites

Professional Entertainment On-site Kayaking

3 Playgrounds 275 Pine Point Road On-site Restaurants
3 Fishing Ponds ...and much more!
Scarborough, ME 04074
Pet Friendly 207.883.6043 Open April 24th to October 18th

www.bayleysresort.com

Fun Filled Days and Quiet Nights
in Southern Maine!
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Seasonal Sites

Mid-Summer Activities Scheduled 7 Days a Week!

Giant Waterslide • 2 Heated Pools with Hot Tubs • 3 Playgrounds • Mini Golf Course
Wi-Fi • Arcade • Fishing Pond • Pedal Carts • Ballfield • Volleyball Courts • Horseshoes
Craft Shop • Convenience Store • Snack Bar • Ice Cream Shop • Dog Park • Laundry Room

Stay & Play Package INCLUDED

350 sites on 79 acres with 1 mile of river frontage. All sites include water & electric.

Hookups for sewer and Cable TV are available. We accept reservations year round.

21 Flat Rock Bridge Road, Lebanon, Maine 04027
(207) 339-9465
P5Su0lilt--eaTsmhr&pus www.FlatRockBridge.com CoCndaAbitiiinrosned

www.facebook.com/FlatRockBridge

Maine Camping Guide • 2015 |1

Contents

Maine Camping Regions © MECOA

South Coast • Beaches..................................12 We Welcome You ........................................................4
Portland • Freeport.......................................30 Maine Tourism Regions...............................................6
Western Lakes & Mountains ........................36 Experiencing All That Maine Offers ............................8
Mid-Coast....................................................54 What’s Your Camping Style?......................................10
The Kennebec Valley ....................................62 Summer, Spring, or Fall, Maine Camping has it All...22
Down East & Acadia...................................68 There’s More to Maine...............................................28
Katahdin • Moosehead • Highlands .............76 Lighthouses ...............................................................34
Aroostook County........................................82 New to Camping.......................................................41
RV Dealers ...................................................86 Visitors Fees ..............................................................45
Photo Contest ...........................................................50
Published by The Maine Campground Owners Association, Reservations are Important........................................51
MECOA. All rights reserved. State Campground Associations ................................52
Produced by PJA, LLC Graphic Design & Print Management State Visitor Information Centers..............................58
Cover Photo by Glenda Sawyer Photo Contest winner Maine Wilderness Camping Takes Moxie..................66
Printed on Recycled Paper Trails, Hikes & Walks................................................72
Camping With Pets...................................................81
Like us at Firewood/Do’s and Don’ts .........................................83
facebook.com/CampingInMaine Hunting and Fishing Information .............................83
Maine Signs ..............................................................83
Cruising through Maine............................................86
Travel Along Maine’s American Byways.....................88
Alphabetical Listing of Member Campgrounds .........93

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Maine Camping Guide • 2015 |3

We Welcome You

© MECOA

As you begin preparations for your own the millions of acres of lakes, rivers and woodland
camping trip, we want to say “ ank You” forest that carpet inland Maine; we are here to help.
for selecting the Maine Campground
Owners Association guide to Camping in Maine. e opportunity for adventure in Maine is limited

only by your own creativity, from the timeless pleasure

For well over a century, Maine has been a nature of roasting marshmallows to an all-day excursion

lover’s paradise and leading destination – Vacationland to explore distinctive island communities. Hiking,

– for those seeking authentic outdoor experiences. biking, paddling, moose safari, sunset ATV tours,

Our 192 campground owners deliver generations of whale watching, rock climbing, sailing, museums

expertise, o ering unsurpassed service to every kind and galleries, live performances of all kinds, and

of camper – a history that has allowed us to create endless foodie diversions. Maine is also home to

the gold standard for enjoyable and diverse camping Acadia, America’s Most Scenic National Park.

experiences. Camping in Maine is truly the best.

Whatever your pleasure, we are certain there is

Knowing that camping can be many things to many something in Maine to delight everyone. Within

people, Maine campground owners welcome everyone these pages you will nd a collection of articles, search

seeking any of the available modern-day camping tools, grids and advertisements to guide you, matching

experiences: Tent Camping lets the camper disconnect you with the right camping experience in a part of

from a busier-than-ever world and reconnect with the state that perfectly matches your needs, or if you

family and friends; RV and Resort Campgrounds prefer, call us at (207) 782-5874 or use our extensive

o er outdoor bliss blended with comfort and campground search tools at CampMaine.com.

convenience; also, a growing number of campers are Regardless of how you nd your way here, when you

seeking out the ease that comes with a Cabin Rental get to Maine you will quickly learn why we are one

– imagine nding your ideal camping spot without of our nation’s most popular vacation destinations.

sacri cing anything – that’s what we’re talking about! On behalf of each one of our Maine Campground

Association members, welcome to Maine.

e Maine Campground Owners Association has Kathy Dyer
long been the leading provider of quality resources Executive Director
for Maine visitors looking to enjoy camping along Maine Campground Association
every inch of our beautiful ocean coastline with its PS: For more resources on planning your trip, go to
quaint harbors and historic lighthouses or among visitmaine.com & mainetourism.com

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South Coast •
beaches

Maine’s South Coast is known as the “Gateway to Maine” and is best known for

its 30+ miles of sandy beaches, ranging from the bustling, family friendly variety to

quiet, relatively unknown coves and undisturbed places of beauty. Beaches are just one

of the attractions of the region though. The South Coast of Maine is also recognized for

its shopping, dining, amusements and wide range of local arts and culture. CHRISTINE BLOUIN

Shopping in the Maine Beaches Region o ers e fun doesn’t stop when the sun sets in the Maine
visitors a variety of options from the hundreds of Beaches Region either! Home to the Ogunquit
stores that make up the Kittery Outlet Malls to the Playhouse, the Maine Beaches Region boasts
quiet downtown boutiques of Kennebunkport. It is also Broadway quality shows starring well known actors
no wonder that the stretch of Route 1 running from and actresses like Sally Struthers and Lorenzo Lamas.
York to Arundel is known as the Antique Mile with Additionally, the area has a plethora of entertainment
dozens of stores stock full of treasures just waiting to be venues showcasing acts from acoustic performances and
discovered. piano bars to high energy bands keeping the dance

While visiting the Maine Beaches Region, guests are oors packed until last call. e Maine Beaches Region
treated to a milieu of culinary choices. ere is an is also the perfect destination to visit galleries and art
abundance of traditional Maine seaside fare such as associations displaying the works of local, national and
lobster in drawn butter or lobster rolls over owing with international artists.
chunks of tender meat. Diners can try international
faire prepared by renowned chefs from all over the As if there wasn’t enough to do, the Maine Beaches
world, choose a down home meal cooked behind the Region, because of its natural beauty and preserved
counter or enjoy saltwater ta y, pizza and hand cut seaside environment, is a wonderful place for nature
french fries while relaxing at the beach. enthusiasts and recreationists. Whether hiking, sailing,
biking or kayaking is your thing, the area provides
the idea backdrop for your outdoor activities. Other
activities and points of interest in the area include:

Kids of all ages will love the Maine Beaches Region • The John Paul Jones Memorial in Kittery
amusements and midways around the area. Funtown/ commemorates the site where in 1777 the U.S.S. Ranger
Splashtown, USA is home to the new Wild Mouse was built and launched.
Roller Coaster and Palace Playland Amusement Park
in Old Orchard Beach is the only remaining oceanfront • The Old York Historical Society includes seven
midway in New England. Or head over to York’s Wild
Kingdom to visit animals from all over the world, historic buildings dating back to the 18th century,
including a rare White Bengal Tiger, and then take a
ride on the original carousel in the amusement side of including the Old Gaol,one of the oldest public buildings
the park.
in the U.S. (1719) continued on page 18

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Maine Camping Guide • 2015 | 25

What’s Your Camping Style?

continued from page 23
and the surrounding area. It also gives you
the chance to request a brochure or get a
website address so you can learn more.You’ll
likely be able to get a referral to another
campground if there is no availability.

Other referrals: Whether it comes

through conversation with a friend,

through candid but helpful strangers on

review websites like Yelp or TripAdvisor, on

a blog post or over Facebook, you’ll nd us

at Facebook.com/CampingInMaine. e

best advice often comes from others who

have “been there and done that” and are

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and recommendations.

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See pages 93-96 for physical & GPS locations, websites & email addresses.
All campgrounds have a Map Location Number; see map on
adjacent page for campground location. Bold names have display ads.
Red names are seasonal RV sites only. (call for more info)

campground Town phone (207) • • • • • • • 38 • • • • SeaSon daTeS

1 Acres of Wildlife CG Steep Falls 675-2267 I3 44 • 50 • • • • • 250 May 1-Oct 19

2 Bethel Outdoor Adventure & CG Bethel 824-4224 E2 • 50 • • • • • • • • C • 65 • • • • 37 May 10-Oct 20

3 Black Brook Cove CG Lincoln Plantation 486-3828 A1 • 30 • • • • • • • • • 45 • • • • 73 May 1-Oct 31

4 Bridgton Marina Inc. Bridgton 647-2931 H2 30 • • C C • • • C • C • 40 • • • 60 May 15-Oct 15

5 Colonial Mast CG Naples 693-6652 H3 51 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • C • 40 • • • 110 Year Round

6 Cupsuptic Lake Park & CG Adamstown Twnshp 864-5249 A2 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • 45 • • • 73 May 1-Oct 31

7 Deer Farm Campground Kingfield 265-4599 A5 • 30 • • • • C C C • • 40 • • • 47 May 16-CD

8 Dummer’s Beach CG Weld 585-2200 C4 • 30 • • ••• C • 40 • • • 200 MD-LD

9 Family N Friends CG Sebago Lake Standish 642-2200 J3 41 • 50 • • • • • • C • • • • • 40 • • • • • 70 April 25-Oct 14

10 Four Seasons Camping Area Naples 693-6797 H3 45 • 30 • • • • • • • • 40 • • • • 115 May 15-CD

11 Granger Pond Camping Area Denmark 452-2342 H2 • 30 • • • • • •• • 38 • • • • 45 MD-CD

12 Honey Run Beach & CG Peru 562-4913 E4 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • • A • • • • 62 MD-LD

13 Kokatosi Campground Raymond 627-4642 H4 49 • 30 • • • • • • • • • • • • 40 • • • • 162 May 15-CD

14 Lakeside Pines CG Bridgton 647-3935 G2 40 • 30 • • • • • • • • • • • 38 • • 185 Mid May-Mid Sept

15 Little eld Beaches CG Greenwood 875-3290 E2 42 • 30 • • • • • • • • • • • 40 • • 130 May 14-Sept 25

16 Loon’s Haven Family CG Naples 693-6881 I2 46 • 30 • • • • • • • • • • • 40 • • • • 151 May 15-Oct 15

17 Martin Stream CG Turner 740-2240 F4 • 30 • • • • • C • • • C • 45 • • • 45 MD-CD

18 Mount Blue State Park Weld 585-2347 B4 • • • • • • • 35 • 136 May 15-Oct 1

19 Naples KOA Campground Naples 693-5267 H3 42 • 50 • • • • • • C C C • • • • 44 • • • • • 111 May 1-Oct 15

20 Papoose Pond Family CG&Cabins Waterford 583-4470 F2 47 • 30 • • • • • • • • • • • A • • • • 180 May 15-CD

21 Pleasant River Campground Bethel 836-2000 E1 45 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • A • • • 75 May 1-Oct 31

22 Point Sebago Resort Casco (800) 655-1232 H3 43 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • • 45 • • • • • 500 May 1-Nov 1

23 Poland Spring Campground Auburn 998-2151 H4 37 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • • A • • • • 132 May 1-CD

24 Range Pond Campground Poland 998-2624 G4 • 30 • • • • • • C C C • • • • A • • • 116 April 15-Oct 15

25 Rangeley Lake State Park Rangeley 864-3858 A2 • • • • • • • 35 • 50 May 15-Oct 1

26 River Run Canoe & Camp Brownfield 452-2500 H1 • CC • • • • • C• 24 MD-LD

27 Riverbend Campground Leeds 524-5711 F5 46 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • A • • • • 100 May-CD

28 Sebago Lake Family CG Sebago Lake 787-3671 I3 • 30 • • • • • • • • • • 40 • • • 101 May 6-CD

29 Sebago Lake State Park Naples 693-6613 H3 • 50 • C ••• • 35 • 250 May 1-Oct 15

30 Sebago’s Crooked River CG South Casco 655-5383 H3 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • 50 • • • • • 41 May 1-Oct 15

31 Shannons Saco River Sanctuary Brownfield 452-2274 H2 • 50 • • • • • • • • • C • A • • • • 44 May 15-CD

32 Silver Lake CG & Lodge Roxbury 545-0416 C3 • 30 • C • C C C • • • 40 • • 25 May 15-Oct 15

33 South Arm Campground Andover 364-5155 B2 48 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • 40 • • 105 May 15-Sept 20

34 Stony Brook Recreation Bethel 824-2836 D2 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • • • 45 • • • • 50 Year Round

35 Troll Valley Campground Farmington 778-3656 C5 • 50 • • • C • C C C • • C • 45 • • • • 36 May 16-Oct 18

36 Two Lakes Camping Area Oxford 539-4851 G4 41 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • C • 40 • • • • 135 May 1-Oct 1

37 Vacationland Campground Harrison 583-4953 G3 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • • • 50 • • • • 100 May 15-Oct 15

38 Vicki-Lin Camping Area Bridgton 647-2630 H2 • 30 • ••• • 35 • • • • 90 May 15-Oct 15

39 Woodland Acres Camp N Canoe Brownfield 935-2529 H1 46 • 50 • • • • • • • • • • 45 • • • • 108 May 15-Oct 15

A=Any • = Service or Facility located in Campground C=Close by within 1 mile of Campground D=Dryers Only MD=Memorial Day LD=Labor Day CD=Columbus Day

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New to weStern lakeS & mountainS
Camping?

© TAMI WIGHT • 1 Mile from Casino
• Boating
A Few Tips to • Canoeing
Get Started • Kayaking
• Fishing
Are you a rst time camper • Fishing Licenses
unsure of just where and how • Swimming
to begin? Whatever your age, • Activities
interest or level of experience, • Wagon Rides
this Guide is designed to get • Hayrides
you started on years of successful • Surf Bikes
camping excursions. Use it to • Basketball
contact campgrounds and plan • 2 Playgrounds
care- free camping vacations. • Rec Hall
• Game Room
First, decide what kind of • Snack Bar
camping experience you want: • Groceries & Gifts
Back-to-nature, Outdoors sports • Breakfast Buffet
oriented, Family oriented, Resort, • Pot Luck Suppers
Travel oriented, Long term/ RENTALS
seasonal. • Cabin Rentals

Secondly, consider possible • Trailers & Bunk Houses
destinations, whether city, quiet
solitude, tourist attractions, • Canoes & Kayaks
shopping, natural landmarks, • Group Area
recreation areas or special events. • Paddle Boats
and So Much MORE!
Third, use the Guide to locate
campgrounds in the areas of your | 41
choice. Contact the individual
campgrounds for details on their
amenities, services and activities.

Maine Camping Guide • 2015

Spacious Sites • Full Hookup • Drinking Water • Sewer Hookup • 70 channel cable TV • Wi-Fi
“Like New” facility • All Inclusive Activities & Entertainment • Free Showers • Themed Weekends
Snack Bar/Camp Kitchen • Store • Patio Sites & Pull-thru Sites • Seasonal Sites • Winter Storage

Book Your Stay TodayPre&postseason6weekspecials

Info: www.NaplesCampground.com
207-693-KAMP or 800-562-8153
or

Online Real Time: koa.com/campgrounds/naples-maine

NAPLES MAINE KOA
295 Sebago Road • Rte 114 • Naples, ME 04055

GPS Coordinates: 43.949953, -70.600204 9/10*/9

There’s Camping. And there’s KOA!

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Acres of Wildlife
Sebago Lake Area .com

“A Camper’s Paradise in Southern Maine”

207.675.CAMP (2267)

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Vistors Fees Pleasant River Campground weStern lakeS & mountainS

Most campgrounds will charge a fee when you have visitors at their Western Maine Mountains
properties.We ask that you consider the expense of operating a camping Big Rigs & Tenters WELCOME
facility, including the cost of utilities, pools, restrooms, insurance,
safety concerns and the overall added strain on the entire property 20/30/50 Amp Service • Free WiFi
when visitors are present. Most of the time pools, playgrounds and
restrooms are available to visitors for only this modest visitor fee. So 800 West Bethel Rd. • W. Bethel ME 04286
we hope you will understand that visitor fees are just the price of 207-836-2000

admission to the parks facilities. ank you. Canoe & Kayak Rentals
Fishing • Hiking
Swimming Pool

Playground • Store
www.pleasant rivercampground.com

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Sebago - Long Lake Region - Naples
LOON’S HAVEN

Family Campground
On Crystal Clear Spring Fed

Trickey Pond

The Cleanest Body of Water in The State of Maine

Your Hosts - The Mason Family

Conveniences

WiFi • Store • Laundromat • Full Hookup Sites • Lakefront Sites
Picnic Tables • Wood • Ice • Fireplaces • Pump Service • Dumping Station

Water & Electric Hookups • Hot Showers • Food Wagon
Canoe/Kayak Rentals • Boat Slips • Seasonal Sites Available

Recreation

3 Sandy Beaches • Swimming • Planned Activities • Rec Hall

Horseshoes • Basketball • Fish for Salmon, Trout, Bass & Splake

GLENDA SAWYER Open May 15 - October 15

Route 114 • 41 Loons Haven Dr. • Naples, ME 04055

207.693.6881 • www.LoonsHaven.com

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Western Lakes & Mountains • The 1870 Sunday River Bridge • The Nordica Homestead Museum in
near Newry is one of Maine’s most Farmington is the 1857 homestead
continued from page 37 photographed and painted covered of 19th-century opera singer Lillian
bridges. Nordica and features spectacular
• The Oxford Plains Speedway is gowns, stage jewelry, opera scores and
ideal for those who enjoy NASCAR • The Farm and House Museum in personal items.
racing and is home each July to the Wilton houses a collection of
“Oxford 250.” shoemaking and farm tools, an • The Thorncrag Nature Sanctuary
extensive bottle collection, an exhibit Lewiston is a 372-acre preserve
• The McLaughlin Foundation Paris featuring Sylvia Hardy, Maine’s considered one of New England’s
is one of the most beloved gardens and Giantess and memorabilia of G.H. largest bird and small-animal
arboretums in Maine. It was started Bass, the originator of Bass Shoe. sanctuaries.
in 1936 and is full of wild owers,
perennials and 98 varieties of lilac. • The Cascades in Rangeley is an • The Shaker Museum in the
impressive natural gorge and waterfall Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village of
• A wildlife viewing blind at the and nearby Small Falls has a stairway New Gloucester is the last Shaker
southern end of the White Mountain built along the Sandy River for community in the country. Shaker
National Forest near Bethel now exceptional views. furniture, inventions, early American
o ers visitors an opportunity to tools, tin and woodenware, textiles and
observe a 25-acre wetland complete • Maine’s Paper & Heritage Museum fancy goods are displayed.
with wildlife. in Livermore Falls teaches the
history of the paper industry along • Oxford Casino - table games and
• Maine’s history is on display at the the Androscoggin River and its slot machines. (See ad on page 3)
Washburn-Norlands Living History surrounding communities, o ering
Center in Livermore. e 430-acre educational programs and events to the
farm presents rural life during post- public. We invite you in to learn how
Civil War days from the perspective of paper is made.
those who actually lived at the time.

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