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When you're ready to break out of your urban mold and re-energize yourself during your next RV rental vacation, set your sights on Wilderness Edge Campground in Millinocket, Maine. This family-friendly RV park has everything you need without going overboard; here you'll find a swimming pool and playground, restrooms with showers, laundry facilities, and a community fire pit where you can meet fellow travelers. The park has firewood and ice available, a dump station, and a general store, and a shuttle bus can ferry you to numerous nearby locations.
Once you're ready to begin your vacation, you can enjoy whitewater rafting, private aviation tours, rafting and mountain climbing, and much more. You can rent ATVs to investigate the backcountry, and there are dirt roads that will take you into the Allagash Wilderness, although this isn't recommended in your rental RV (these are primarily logging roads). You can enjoy canoeing and kayaking the local rivers where you'll have a chance to observe the local wildlife, including moose. Don't be afraid to take your Millinocket motorhome rental for a spin through the scenic North Maine Woods.
Search for an RV in Penobscot County and choose from a wide variety of RV rentals to find the one that is best for you. Once you've slipped behind the wheel, point it in the direction of Baxter State Park, a self-funded outdoor recreation preserve that was named after the man who helped to establish it. The park has more than 200 miles of trails for you to enjoy. You can also camp in the park at one of its more than 300 campsites which are open to the public from mid-May to mid-October. There are no amenities within the park other than outdoor toilets, so you should plan accordingly before beginning your camping trip.
Bigelow Preserve is primarily an upland ecosystem with some forested and non-forested wetland areas and open water sources. There are tens of miles of hiking trails for you to enjoy which will take you through maple, birch sub-alpine and spruce-fir forests, shrub marshes and raised level bogs, and past alpine ridges and gorges. The park is a multi-use area supporting outdoor recreation and scientific study; you will see a wide variety of rare plants on your trek through the preserve. Park your RV rental outside the preserve, and you can finish your outdoor adventures by returning to a hot meal and drink, and a comfortable chair.
Allagash Wilderness Waterway is a rare style of water body that flows north rather than south and was first established in 1966 when ordinary citizens passed a vote to protect the river. The river has been an important area to outdoor enthusiasts for more than a century, including American author Henry David Thoreau. You can enjoy hiking and boating in the area.
Now that you're ready to take in some of the local culture, head into nearby Millinocket. This charming town is rooted in the forestry industry, and while you're here, you can enjoy a blend of city amenities melded with the surrounding nature. Book a rafting excursion, skydive for a bird's-eye view of the stunning scenery, or spend an afternoon perusing the main streets, where you'll find locally-owned shops, art galleries, and restaurants.
Head 40 miles north of your campsite at Wilderness Edge Campground, and you can find Patten, a small town with a long history and deep connection to the woods that surround it. It has a museum dedicated to the history of logging in the area, with exhibits such as hand tools, vehicles for moving the raw logs, and boats; it offers visitors a movie that was made in the 1920s showing how logging was done (and how dangerous it could be). Patten has a small but diverse restaurant industry with a seafood venue specializing in clams and shellfish, a barbecue venue, a pizzeria, and more. If you head for the seafood restaurant (because this is Maine), try the fried clams with homemade fries.
Corinna is a small but friendly community with a few restaurants in town, including some commercial chain restaurants. One of the family restaurants is open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. While you're visiting this quiet town, you can take the short, 15-minute walk along the Boardwalk loop trail. Enjoy the tranquil terrain along the water's edge while strolling along this rustic trail.
When you're ready for a chance to get out and stretch, challenge yourself, and follow it up with some well-deserved rewards, start planning your RV rental adventure based at Wilderness Edge Campground in Millinocket, ME.