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Augusta / Gardiner KOA, ME

Those looking to experience the beautiful summer months of Maine can do some camping at Augusta/Gardiner KOA. Visitors can take advantage of the central location to explore all of Vacationland’s wonders. You’ll be near the capital while also being surrounded by the natural beauty of the country’s most eastern state. If you want to spend a day at the campground, you’ll be able to make use of the park’s various recreational activities, such as miniature golf and disc golf.

When it comes to finding the best RV site for your Richmond travel trailer rental, you’ll be happy to know that the Augusta/Gardiner KOA offers both full hookup and partial hookup sites. You can get a site with 30 or 50 …

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Bangor / Holden KOA, ME

If you want to experience the scenic shores of Maine, camping at Bangor / Holden KOA Holiday is one of the best ways to do just that. With such amenities as a camp store, a dog park, and on-site propane services, you will have all the comfort you need after an adventurous day. Add to that a seasonal swimming pool, a snack bar, and a Kamping Kitchen, and you are all set for a great vacation. If you don’t want to completely disconnect from the rest of the world, the campground provides access to Wi-Fi and cable TV. If you think that spending time at an RV park will be boring, think again! There are plenty of activities to take …

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Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA, ME

Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA is the only campground on the west side of Bar Island. The campground offers a few pebble beaches with access to the ocean. These beaches are also an excellent place to catch a sunrise or a sunset. Bar Island is part of Acadia National Park, and you can catch a daily shuttle from the campground to the park. If you’re up for a bit of exercise, you can rent a bike from the campground and explore the area that way. After working up a sweat, clean up at one of the campground bathhouses with warm showers, and make sure your clothes are clean at the laundromat.

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Bar Harbor / Woodlands KOA, ME

If you have ever dreamed of visiting Maine’s Downeast region or Acadia National Park, then the Bar Harbor/Woodlands KOA is the perfect place for you and your rental RV. The campground offers great summer fun with bike rentals, a horseshoe pit, a dog park, and a playground. It also has a café with weekly pancake breakfasts if you don’t feel like cooking.

If you prefer to make your own food though, there are full hookups for your Bar Harbor camper rental including ones with 50 amp electrical service. Best of all, there’s a shuttle to take you around the island, including to Bar Harbor and the more popular spots in Acadia. This is particularly important during Acadia’s peak season when …

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Bucksport / Fort Knox KOA, ME

If a family and pet-friendly RV campground is what you're after, consider camping at Bucksport-Fort Knox KOA. This quiet, scenic campground is open from late April until mid-October and could be an excellent choice for short or longer stays. Your kids will enjoy the jumping pad and opportunity to go swimming, while you will enjoy relaxing evenings gazing up into a star-filled sky. If you are with a larger group, there is a community fire pit and barbecue grill, but you can also enjoy the fire pit on your individual site if you prefer. Cable hookups are available if you need to catch up on the news as well as Wi-Fi if you need to touch base with family and …

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Freeport / Durham KOA, ME

Freeport sits just 20 minutes' drive from Portland, Maine’s largest city and a vibrant cultural center in northern New England. Unlike its larger cousin to the south though, Freeport doesn’t have much traffic. Instead, you’ll find an abundance of great shopping, restaurants, and the beautiful landscapes that Downeast Maine is known for. One of the best places to stay when you’re motorhome camping near Freeport is the Freeport/Durham KOA campground.

When you rent a camper near Freeport/Durham KOA, you’ll have access to full hookups with 50 amp electrical capacity and sites capable of fitting an RV rental up to 85 feet long. If you’re visiting during the summer months, there’s a swimming pool (with water slide) to cool off …

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Naples KOA, ME

Thinking of heading to the glorious state of Maine with your RV rental? Well, why not stop at one of the most serene and picturesque RV campgrounds that there is? Naples KOA sits on the banks of Trickey Pond and offers families and solo visitors all of the comforts of home, with plenty of showers, cable TV, a heated pool, Wi-Fi, snack bar, and even a dog park. It also boasts a soft-serve ice cream station, horseshoe pits, two playgrounds, and a rec hall.

Only 30 minutes' drive from the town of Portland, you’ll find plenty to do in the local area. But before you head out to explore, you can …

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Saco / Old Orchard Beach KOA, ME

Maine’s nickname is “Vacationland” for a reason; New Englanders absolutely love spending their vacations in the scenic little towns dotting its southeastern coastline. Each of them has its own vibe, but all offer a level of relaxation that just can’t be found anywhere else but southern Maine. When you book an RV in York County, one of the best places to camp is the Saco/Old Orchard Beach KOA.

When you’re RV camping at Saco/Old Orchard Beach KOA, you’ll have access to full hookups with 50-amp electrical capacity. Sites can accommodate RV rentals of up to 65 feet in length; so don’t worry about going too big when you’re choosing one. What really makes this such a great RV campground …

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Skowhegan / Kennebec Valley KOA, ME

When renting an RV in the heart of Maine, consider parking it at Skowhegan/Kennebec Valley KOA. In the middle of the picturesque Kennebec Valley, just a short drive from Canaan and Skowhegan, it has easy access to the Maine Turnpike. This region offers some of the most incredible views of mountains, lakes, and rivers. You can also visit the nearby National Scenic Byway. Some of the very popular activities in the area include swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, and golfing. Here you can also enjoy antique hunting, shopping, and dining.

This award-winning RV park has a swimming pool, hot tub, arcade, game room, playground, and sports courts. There is a café in the park where you can enjoy your morning coffee. …

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Pleasant Hill Campground, ME

In the lush greenery of south-central Maine, Pleasant Hill Campground is an ideal RV camping spot for nature lovers. Although it is calm and secluded, it's just a short drive away from Portland, Maine's largest city, as well as a two-hour drive from the New Brunswick border. Since it is located just off I-95, this campground is a popular stay for people starting long cross-country trips.

RV camping at Pleasant Hill Campground comes with many appealing amenities. They have shaded campsites for RVs of all sizes, and they offer 30 and 50 amp power hookups. They also offer Wi-Fi so you …

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Acres Of Wildlife Campground, ME

Acres of Wildlife Campground is perfect if you're looking to explore the beautiful lakes of southern Maine. This peaceful campground is ideal for RV campers who have kids, as the campground features six different playgrounds for them to enjoy. There are also plenty of outdoor activities, including volleyball, horseshoes, and much more. The RV park even features a pub which adults will love and a dog park, so make sure to bring your pooch along for the ride. Acres of Wildlife Campground is right next to Adam's Pond, featuring a swimming beach which is the perfect spot for a dip on a summer's day.

When you park your motorhome rental at Acres of Wildlife Campground, you'll have access to a …

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Wassamki Springs Campground, ME

When camping at the family-owned Wassamki Springs Campground, you'll be only minutes away from Portland, Maine, and the land it occupies has been in the family for more than a century (it was originally a farm that was developed into a campground in 1968). Make this your RV camping destination, and you can choose from sunny or shaded sites, some of which are on the waterfront (the park has its own private lake). Each site also has a picnic table, fire grill, and metered propane gas. You'll have access to a camp store where you can find ice and firewood, plus there are restrooms with hot showers, laundry facilities, and other amenities. Camping at Wassamki Springs Campground is possible …

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Sebago Lake Campground, ME

Maine is known for its stunning lakes, and Sebago Lake Campground is an excellent place to enjoy a classic lakeside atmosphere in the summer. It is located on the northwestern edge of Sebago Lake State Park, just outside of Augusta, and a little over an hour to the charming seaside town of Kennebunkport. At this campground, you can sleep just steps away from the shores of beautiful Lake Sebago. You'll also have access to plenty of amenities to make your visit more pleasant.

There are electrical and water hookups available at many of the sites here. There are also restrooms on-site with plumbing, as well as hot showers. RV camping …

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Wilderness Edge Campground, ME

When you're ready to break out of your urban mold and re-energize yourself during your next RV rental vacation, set your sights on Wilderness Edge Campground in Millinocket, Maine. This family-friendly RV park has everything you need without going overboard; here you'll find a swimming pool and playground, restrooms with showers, laundry facilities, and a community fire pit where you can meet fellow travelers. The park has firewood and ice available, a dump station, and a general store, and a shuttle bus can ferry you to numerous nearby locations.

Once you're ready to begin your vacation, you can enjoy whitewater rafting, private aviation tours, rafting and mountain climbing, and much more. You can rent ATVs to investigate the backcountry, …

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Camden Hills Campground, ME

What do you call an RV campground that provides all the comfort and necessities you require within a rustic and peaceful setting? In Knox County, Maine, it's called Camden Hills Campground. From the moment you arrive, you'll have access to WiFi and laundry facilities; you can prepare clean clothes for the coming days while checking in with friends and family back home. You can enjoy the on-site swimming pool, volleyball court, and horseshoe pitch; if you're part of a group, there's a clubhouse with kitchen facilities where you can prepare more substantial meals. Some individual sites have full hookups with 30/50 amp service, picnic tables, and fire rings. There is a dump station available too.

Once you're settled in and …

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Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park Campground, ME

If you want a little bit of everything; both mountains and coast; wilderness and community; summer and winter, then it’s time to book an RV in Somerset County. If you do, you’ll be able to camp at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground - a place where you’ll create memories lasting a lifetime. This RV park is clean and safe, has all the comforts you’d ever want (such as clean washrooms, dishwashing and laundry stations, and hot showers.) including pull-through sites with full hookups and a Ranger Station with RV supplies, food and snacks, firewood, bait, and Yogi souvenirs.

Use the bait in one of the catch-and-release fishing ponds, hang out at the arcade, and go gem mining - you’ll …

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Lily Bay Campground, ME

Lily Bay State Park sits near the southeastern corner of Moosehead Lake, smack dab in the middle of Maine. And while Maine is a popular summer vacation destination for New Englanders, few of them ever make it as far north as Moosehead Lake and the Lily Bay Campground. It’s the ideal RV camping destination for anglers, birdwatchers, and anyone that just wants to enjoy the outdoors without crowds and bumper-to-bumper traffic.

There are no hookups for your RV rental at Lily Bay Campground though, so come prepared with water and all of your electronics fully charged. The park does have dump stations and restrooms, so there’s no need to worry about finding a toilet. Don’t let the campground's rustic nature …

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Rangeley Lake Campground, ME

One of the great things about being outdoors is having the unlimited space that you usually can't find in cities, which is why RV campgrounds with spacious sites are fantastic, giving you a place where you can stretch out and relax. Rangeley Lake Campground features sites that are roomy with space to spare. Better yet, the sites are all close to the lakeshore allowing you an unobstructed view of Saddleback Mountain.

The RV park has a picnic area and playground, plus a boat ramp enabling you to enjoy canoeing or kayaking, boating, and fishing on the lake (licenses may be required, so you should ask when making your reservation). It is a popular campground, so making reservations is wise; Rangeley …

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Mt Blue Campground, ME

At Mt Blue Campground near Weld, Maine, you'll find simple accommodations with lots of space and scenery. The RV campground has campsites located next to Webb Lake, so you don't have far to walk, and there's a bathhouse right on the beach. Campfires are allowed, and there are water and electrical hookups, picnic tables, and restrooms with showers. You can boat or fish in the lake; canoeing and kayaking are options, and the adrenaline worshippers among you can even go whitewater paddling. There are trails for hiking and biking, and you can swim or sun-worship on the beach.

The park has a nature center where you can ask questions and learn more about the park and its environment and …

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Cobscook Bay Campground, ME

During the summer tourist season, Maine swells with visitors from all over New England looking for their piece of nature and to leave behind the chaotic noise of the city and enjoy the sights, smells, and sounds of the wilderness. However, with so many people wanting that same idyllic vacation, Maine can get a little crowded – just ask anyone who’s tried visiting Acadia National Park on the Fourth of July weekend.

But Maine still has a few places that are quiet and untouched, ready to be embraced by the RV camping visitors motivated enough to reach them. Cobscook Bay Campground is an excellent example of that kind of off-the-beaten-path destination, far from any population center in the state’s southeastern …

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