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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 Windham and just under an hour's drive from Portland, you’ll find plenty to do in the local area. But before you head out to explore, you can see if any events are going on at Naples KOA itself. They often run fun themed weekends, like their Viva Las Vegas, Hawaiian Luau, and Labor Day Games weekends.
This RV park caters to everything from tents to big rigs, with a maximum site length of 85 feet. Sites have full hookups, and you can choose between back-in or pull-through access. Campsites are available in multiple variations, including large and extra-large options near some of the KOA's activities, remote spots nestled away from all of the action, and sites near the campground's playground, so the kids can roll right out of bed and hit the park.
Book an RV in Cumberland County, and you’ll be surrounded by spectacular scenery. When camping at Naples KOA, you’ll be right in the center of the famed lakes of the area, so if you’re a fan of the water, you’re in for a real treat. Trickey Pond, contrary to what you’d expect, is actually a big lake covering 315 acres, making it a great option for fishing or a relaxing kayak session, without even having to leave your travel trailer rental location.
Hop in your RV rental and drive only seven minutes down the road to Sebago Lake State Park. With over 1,500 acres to explore, you can hike through the extensive woodlands, take a boat rental out on the water for some fishing, or sit back on the beach with a picnic while the kids swim.
If you’re in the area during fall, be prepared to be dazzled by the breathtaking colors of foliage on offer; this is Maine after all.
The town of Naples has long been a favorite with tourists; in fact, the first inn of the area opened in 1899 with a pretty impressive 80 bedrooms available to visiting guests. Unfortunately, the original inn has since closed, but you can still see pictures of the impressive waterside lodge and other historical buildings with a visit to the Naples Historical Society and Museum.
While RV camping at Naples KOA, walking into the main area of town takes just 30 minutes. If you enjoy exploring on foot, its best to head to Roosevelt Trail which is the main parade of shops, with antiques, sporting goods, and jewelers to explore. Or if you’re looking for something a little more necessary, it’s also home to general stores, pharmacies, and more restaurants than you can shake a stick at.
What trip to Maine would be complete without one of their famous lobster rolls?! Or if seafood isn’t your cup of tea, there are also traditional American BBQ, pizza joints, plenty of pubs, and even a health-food cafe.
After exploring what the local area has to offer, pack up the camper rental and drive 30 minutes east to the town of Gray to treat the kids to a trip to the Maine Wildlife Park. Here, they can buy food to feed the bears, deer, ground birds, waterfowl, and even the hatchery trout. In the meantime, adults can keep busy with some fishing or a walk through the many flower gardens.
After a day of fun, and as you’ll already be nearby, take a detour 20 minutes' drive south to the town of Windham that has all the convenience you’d expect including a theater, spas, coffee shops, large grocery stores, and dining delights at every turn, including Chinese, Italian, Mexican, American, and Thai - plus all of your fast-food favorites.
The Fourth of July is always popular for a visit to Naples KOA; this is when the town plays host to an impressive Independence Day celebration, with a pancake breakfast, live music, a parade, games for the kids, and a fireworks display.
So what could you be waiting for? Go and book that trip to Naples KOA, you won’t regret it... Just make sure you don’t forget to pick up some maple candy before heading home.