RV Rental Bremen, ME

Discover the best RV rental in Bremen, ME! Looking for another RV type? We have it all!

  • 100% free roadside assistance
  • Real people here to help 24/7
  • Get it delivered
  • More reviews. More 5-star ratings

How to rent a RV on Outdoorsy

  • 1

    Search by location

    Tell us where you want to pick up or have your RV delivered

  • 2

    Filter search results

    Sort by vehicle type, date, price, and amenities

  • 3

    Message the owner

    Learn more about your favorite RV and the best local destinations

  • 4

    Request a booking

    Send a request directly to the host and start preparing for your adventure

Bremen is a coastal town located in south-central Maine. It is surrounded by water and bordered by Muscongus Bay to the east and Biscay and Pemaquid Ponds to the west. The town was founded by pioneers and anglers in 1828 and still retains much of that old, small-town influence today. Bremen’s primary industries are farming and fishing, but the city is also home to several thriving businesses too. The town has an abundance of natural resources thanks to its location. In addition to miles of coastline, Bremen has access to three large freshwater lakes, so if you enjoy picturesque views, open ocean, and fresh seafood, rent a motorhome in Bremen and discover what awaits.

Discover Bremen

The Great Outdoors

Hog Island is a small 330-acre island off the coast of mainland Bremen in the Muscongus Bay. Dominated by white and red spruce, white pine, and birch trees, this remote island can be accessed via small, personal water vessels. With more than 150 identified species of birds on the island, Hog Island is the ideal place for birdwatchers who rent an RV in Bremen. It’s also a nice place for hiking and boasts a three-mile hiking trail along the island’s perimeter. There are also shorter trails throughout the island.

Hidden Valley Nature Center is nearby and covers more than 1,000 acres which support various habitats and terrains. The nature center has miles of multi-purpose trails and opportunities for kayaking, canoeing, and fishing. Explore the ecologically diverse tracts of undeveloped forestland on Maine’s mid-coast when you book a motorhome rental in Bremen and visit the nature center.

If you enjoy paddling, a day trip on Muscongus Bay might be just the thing. The upper part of the bay is protected from open ocean wind and waves, and that makes it a great place for both advanced and novice sea kayakers. You could put in at various locations, but one of the most popular launching points is Round Pond. From there, you’ll paddle past colorful lobster pot buoys, around several closely-spaced islands with seals basking on their shores, and get to experience the constant cries of osprey, seagulls, and other oceanic birds. Because Muscongus Bay is less developed than other parts along Maine’s coast, you likely won’t encounter much traffic, besides the occasional lobster angler.

RV Parks

Looking for a place to park your RV rental near Bremen? Though there aren’t many in Bremen, there are several in the surrounding areas. One option is Lake Pemaquid Campground in Damariscotta. The campground has more than 200 campsites with full hookups. Campground amenities include a swimming pool, a jacuzzi, a sauna, a snack bar with an extensive menu, a large camp store, and a sandy beach for swimming, boating, and fishing. There are also bathhouses with hot showers, a game room, a laundromat, and a playground.

Another option in Nobleboro is Duck Puddle Campground. This family-friendly campground has full hookup sites equipped with picnic tables and fire pits. Amenities include modern bathrooms with hot showers, a laundry facility, a general store with camping supplies, and wood, ice, and propane sales. While at Duck Puddle Campground, you can enjoy swimming on Pemaquid Pond, fishing, horseshoe pits, basketball and volleyball courts, carousel rides, hayrides, and much more.

Exploring the City

If you like lighthouses, you'll definitely enjoy booking a travel trailer rental in Bremen because there are several. One of the most popular is the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse. Built in 1827, the historic lighthouse boasts views of the Atlantic Ocean. The park’s other attractions include the Fishermen’s Museum, a learning center, an art gallery, and the lighthouse tower. Other light features in Lincoln County include the Burnt Island Light, the Hendricks Head Lighthouse, and the Monhegan Lighthouse.

If you’re into historical buildings and sculptures, be sure to visit Boothbay Railway Village in Boothbay when you book a camper rental in Bremen. The museum’s mission is to preserve, showcase, and interpret artifacts, technology, and structures used in Maine during the mid-19th century through the mid-20th century. The village grounds cover 30 acres and include over 24 buildings packed with artifacts related to Maine’s railroading history, the creation of the automobile, and the everyday life of local mariners.

Another point of interest is the Maine State Aquarium. This seasonal aquarium displays regional fish and invertebrates as well as a collection of lobsters in all shapes and colors. There is also a 20-foot touch tank with sea stars, sea urchins, sea cucumbers, and scallops. The aquarium is part of a larger complex that includes the Discovery Center, Intertidal Search, Sport-fishing Dock, and the Department of Marine Resources Research Lab. After a day of learning and exploring, you can settle down in the picnic area adjacent to the aquarium and soak in the beautiful views of the surrounding waters.

If you love spending time out on the water, you’ll have the time of your life when you book an RV in Lincoln County. So don't wait! Book your RV today.

Popular RV Types & Amenities

Be the first to get doses of destination inspiration, and discount codes.

We care about the protection of your data. Read our privacy policy

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Hockomock Nature Trail, MEBremen, ME
  • Dodge Point Trail, MENewcastle, ME
  • Zak Preserve Loop, MEBoothbay, ME
  • Cross River Preserve Loop, MEBoothbay, ME
  • Bass Falls, MEWhitefield, ME
  • Penny Lake Preserve Loop Trail, MEBoothbay, ME
  • Barters Island and the Lower Sheepscot River, MEBoothbay, ME
  • Proters Preserve White Loop Trail, MESouthport, ME
  • Dresden Bog, MEDresden, ME
  • Black Head Trail to Fern Glenn Trail, MEMonhegan, ME

Frequently Asked Questions

Discover the best of what’s around

  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    Great Smoky Mountains National Park

    +349 vehicles

  • Rocky Mountain National Park

    Rocky Mountain National Park

    +873 vehicles

  • Joshua Tree National Park

    Joshua Tree National Park

    +1334 vehicles

  • Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park

    +1009 vehicles

  • Zion National Park

    Zion National Park

    +103 vehicles