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When you search for an RV in Lincolnville, ME, you’ll find yourself within easy driving distance of Camden Hills State Park and Bald Mountain Preserve. Bangor and Augusta are the nearest sizeable cities, if you wish to take a short drive with the Lincolnville rental RV. This city is the mainland terminal for state ferry service to Islesboro so you will have plenty to explore when you book a camper rental in Lincolnville. There are also beautiful beaches as well as lakes and mountains to admire. This is in large part a tourist- and vacation-oriented area so the attractions and amenities are far greater than one might expect in a town of this size. Make sure to visit the Lincolnville Business Group’s website for more information on what to do and see while you’re here.

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The Great Outdoors

The 4-H Camp & Learning Centers at Tanglewood and Blueberry Cove provide outdoor activities and educational programming, including sailing programs and organic garden-based programs, for visitors of all ages, in conjunction with the University of Maine Cooperative Extension outreach program. Make sure to visit them when you rent a motorhome in Lincolnville.

Camden Hills State Park was created by the National Park Service and the Civilian Conservation Corps and features over 5,700 acres of wooded hills with an 800-foot summit overlooking Penobscot Bay. There are over 30 miles of scenic hiking trails with varying levels of difficulty. These include Bald Rock, Fernald's Neck Preserve, Tanglewood, Ducktrap River Trail, and Maiden’s Cliff Trail. Some trails, such as Tanglewood, can also be used for cross-country skiing in the winter. Featured rock climbs include Barrett's Cove, Ocean Lookout, the Rampart, and the Verticals. You won’t want to miss this when you’re exploring the area with your Lincolnville RV rental.

There is also no shortage of beach-based recreation in and around Lincolnville Beach and Penobscot Bay. Swim, fish, admire the view, or rent a boat or kayak to spend time in or near the water here. You can enjoy everything that the ocean has to offer with your motorhome rental in Lincolnville.

RV Parks

A rental camper in Lincolnville needs a place to park and the Megunticook Campground by the Sea is an option. RV sites include full hookups with WiFi. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, an oceanfront observation deck, a welcome center and clubhouse, a swimming pool, a playground, recreational facilities, and lobster bakes.

You can also call the Camden Hills Campground your temporary home with a Lincolnville RV rental by owner. Sites include full hookups, cable, and WiFi. The campground also offers restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, a clubhouse with kitchen, recreational facilities, and a camp store.

When you rent a motorhome in Lincolnville, you can set up camp at Camden Hills State Park, where you can have easy access to outdoor recreation and beautiful scenery. RV sites include water and electric hookups, picnic tables, fireplaces, and WiFi. The park provides restrooms and showers, bird and wildlife watching opportunities, cross-country skiing, hiking and horseback riding trails, hunting, biking, snowmobiling and snowshoeing, walking paths, a playground, and a dump station.

Northport Campground is another place to consider parking the rental motorhome near Lincolnville, ME. RV sites feature full hookups and most include tables and fire pits. Campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, a playground, recreational facilities, a frog pond, ice, a camp store with groceries and RV supplies, and potluck suppers.

Exploring the City

You may want to book an RV in Lincolnville strategically so that you can take part in some of the special events that this town and surrounding areas host each year. Among the highlights are the Maine Lobster Festival with food, cooking contests, entertainment and the Great International Lobster Crate Race, the LIA Blueberry Wing-Ding, the National Toboggan Championships, and the Harbor Arts & Book Fair.

Lincolnville is home to a few wineries and breweries, where adults can enjoy tours, tastings, and more. Visitors of all ages can feast on all the lobster and fresh seafood that they can eat at various spots around town. Blueberries are another local specialty available in abundance at markets, bakeries, and more. This is also a town rich with artisans and craftspeople and when you’re visiting with a travel trailer rental in Lincolnville, you’ll find plenty of galleries, boutiques, studios, and gift shops where you can explore and shop to your heart’s content.

There’s also plenty of culture that you can check out, including the Center for Maine Contemporary Art, the Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center with works from three generations of the Wyeth family, the Maine Lighthouse Museum, renovated opera houses in Camden, and the Rockport opera houses, and the historic Strand Theatre.

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