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Discover Augusta, ME
This smaller town is located in the state's southern region. Augusta is the capital of Maine, and also happens to be one of the smallest in the US. The nearest larger cities are Bangor, around 75 miles to the northeast, and Portland, around 50 miles to the southwest. The Atlantic Ocean lies around 50 miles to the south of town.
Locally, museums, historical sites and cemeteries, and government centers abound are open to the public for touring. Plenty of locally-owned restaurants dot the area as well. There are also arboretums and parks available, for those who are looking for outdoor entertainment.
THE GREAT OUTDOORS
When you book an RV in Augusta, you will find plenty of recreational activities to enjoy. One of the main features at Viles Arboretum is the numerous varieties of trees that can be viewed throughout its gardens. Miles of walking trails cover the area, offering visitors plenty of access to the flower beds. The site also showcases "Space Trees," that were grown from seeds that flew on the space shuttle. The attraction is open year-round, so visitors can enjoy the exhibits during a variety of seasons and weather.
Bond Brook Trails is also found near town. Year-round activities are available here, including cross-country skiing, hiking, walking, and mountain bike trails. Per the site's name, a local brook runs through the area and adds to the country-like atmosphere of this site that is located very near downtown.
Capitol Park offers a botanical garden and is located near the State House. Walking trails and benches are provided as well as scenic views of the local, capitol buildings. Lawns and picnic tables allow for various activities. This is also a prime area for viewing fall colors.
When you book a motorhome rental in Augusta, ME, you will need somewhere to spend the night. As this area offers so much rich history, visitors are common here.
The Augusta/Gardiner KOA is located in nearby Richmond, around 15 miles to the south of town. The site is located near US 201, so you shouldn't have any trouble reaching it. The park is open April through November and offers full-hookup sites. The campground provides all the usual amenities, as well as a mini-golf and disc golf course, and pool access in the summer months. The camp is also pet-friendly and even provides a dog park.
Foggy Bottom Campground and Marina is located a short, five miles to the south, in Farmingdale. This campground is on the smaller side, but it offers full-hookup sites as well as WiFi and cable. It also provides a small bathhouse. The site is located on the Kennebec River and provides a marina to access the water.
Because the state is large and fairly rural, there are only a couple Walmarts located within 40 miles of town. There are numerous other gas stations and grocery stores where you will be able to replenish your supplies. You can check with the managers of any of these locales, as overnight camping may be allowed. Being located in the more heavily populated part of the state, RV rental near Augusta is common, so do not worry about finding those great amenities.
EXPLORING THE CITY
There’s plenty to do near Augusta. Fort Western's claim to fame is that it is the oldest wooden fort in the country. This site offers tours, hands-on activities and prides itself as being a living history museum. It outlines the history of the fort and local area dating all the way back to the 1600's. Your luxury motorhome rental in Augusta, Maine provides opportunities for you to enjoy many activities around the local area.
The Maine State Museum offers exhibits on four separate floors. They showcase the state's history dating all the way back to the days when glaciers covered the landscape. Historical enterprises that have been undertaken by the local townsfolk are showcased here, including ice harvesting. The site is located very near the State Capital, so you can enjoy both in one visit.
Downtown Augusta features numerous locally-owned shops and restaurants that everyone can enjoy. The architecture of the local buildings is unique as well, some of it which dates back centuries, to the town's founding. Numerous events, festivals, and activities are held here throughout the year, please check with the local visitor's bureau for more information.
If it’s a quiet, small town rich with New England history and charm that you've been seeking, consider a camper rental in Augusta. Enjoy the local restaurants, learn about the local history and go for a hike. Rent an RV in Augusta, ME and explore the beauty of New England!
RV Rentals in Augusta, ME
Augusta, ME is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Augusta. Outdoorsy's Augusta RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.
RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby
Nearby to Augusta are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Acadia National Park, Mount Major State Park, White Mountain National Forest, Monadnock State Forest, and Crawford Notch State Park.Popular RV Types & Amenities
What's around Augusta, ME
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Local Hiking Trails
|Precipice Trail||Bar Harbor||Maine|
|Mount Willard Trail||Carroll||New Hampshire|
|Welch and Dickey Loop Trail||Thornton||New Hampshire|
|Mount Lafayette and Franconia Ridge Trail Loop||Franconia||New Hampshire|
|Champney Falls Trail||Conway||New Hampshire|
|Tuckerman Ravine Trail to Mount Washington||Gorham||New Hampshire|
|The Beehive Loop Trail||Bar Harbor||Maine|
|Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop||Alton Bay||New Hampshire|
|Arethusa Falls and Frankenstein Cliff Trail||Bartlett||New Hampshire|
|Lonesome Lake Trail||Lincoln||New Hampshire|