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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 ready to start your journey along Maine's east coast, you are only minutes away from either Rockport or Camden where you can take care of any additional needs you may have (fueling up your RV rental, stocking up on food supplies, and more). There is a lookout trail that follows the shoreline or a historic lighthouse near Owls Head that can be visited. You can also drive your Rockport motorhome rental to Mount Battie in Camden Hills State Park which has panoramic vistas of the entire coastline and looks down on Penobscot Bay and out towards Monhegan Island, Vinalhaven Island and Isleboro, where you can mountain bike.
RV rentals in Knox County are the best way to ensure that you will find the rig that is perfect for your vacation needs. Now that you've found it and arrived, point that Rockport camper rental toward Bald Mountain Preserve, a natural area on Bald Mountain. Hiking the trails here will take you above the tree line where you'll see a native subalpine community of plants and flowers and be able to look down upon western Penobscot Bay and further on to the surrounding coastal mountains. In the summer, you can gather the wild blueberries that grow along the mountain trail.
Head 20 minutes' drive north of your campsite at Camden Hills Campground and you can visit Fernald's Neck Preserve, a peninsular area that is blanketed with mature pine, hemlock, and hardwood tree stands. There are several trails leading you through the woods and offering glimpses of scenic views, a bog, Balance Rock (a glacial erratic), and Megunticook Lake where you can swim and cool off from the day's heat. The surface of the heavily forested area is comprised of rocky outcroppings where moss and mushrooms grow. The preserve borders on one area that is private property, so be aware of any signage that indicates the area is closed to the public.
Beech Hill Preserve is a conservation area that hosts tree stands of mixed hardwood species in its lower regions and open grassland higher up. The peak is home to a National Register of Historic Places site, which includes a stone hut with a sod roof. There are several trails to the summit; one of them is easier, and the others are moderately difficult. You can also enjoy picnicking and birding on the preserve, and there is a commercial blueberry plantation in the area.
You'll want to spend some of your time here enjoying the culture as well as the outdoors; with that in mind, Warren is a friendly town with a commercial farm that sells its products directly to the customer. The farm has produce for sale, freshly baked items such as donuts and strawberry shortcake, homemade jams, dairy products like white cheddar cheese, and more. They even have lobster and jerk chicken and picnic tables where you can nibble on your purchases. A local winery is located in a barn that was built by the owner to house their family-run business, which offers tastings and pizza and music nights to accompany the experience. There are several restaurants in Warren and more options nearby, but the selections are good with seafood and barbecue venues, fast food, pubs, and cafes.
Just a short drive west of Camden Hills Campground, Hope is another smaller community where you can take a self-guided walking tour of the town and view the blend of nature and rural structures. Hope's restaurant scene consists of several options within and surrounding the town. A local inn restaurant has an intimate dining area and offers food that is both well presented and delicious.
Natural settings, breathtaking outdoor excursions, and top-rated restaurants; it's all here to enjoy when you're camping at Camden Hills Campground near the relaxed, culture-packed, coastal haven of Rockport, ME.