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If you want a little bit of everything; both mountains and coast; wilderness and community; summer and winter, then it’s time to book an RV in Somerset County. If you do, you’ll be able to camp at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground - a place where you’ll create memories lasting a lifetime. This RV park is clean and safe, has all the comforts you’d ever want (such as clean washrooms, dishwashing and laundry stations, and hot showers.) including pull-through sites with full hookups and a Ranger Station with RV supplies, food and snacks, firewood, bait, and Yogi souvenirs.
Use the bait in one of the catch-and-release fishing ponds, hang out at the arcade, and go gem mining - you’ll always find something. Go on a wagon ride with Yogi himself, show off your skills in the horseshoe pit, or join a scavenger hunt - perhaps the treasure will be at the playground or in the Bouncy Bear Zone. The large swimming pool is great for all ages and swimmers, you can try arts and crafts, and the weekends and summers are full of various activities. If you hadn’t noticed, RV camping at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground is perfect for the whole family.
In the area around your rental motorhome at Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground, the opportunities for having fun and recreation are seemingly as endless as at the RV campground itself: play a relaxing game of golf, or visit one of the casinos around - just remember that the house always wins. There are also orchards, lakes, and whitewater rafting, and you simply must check out Madison and Skowhegan, the nearest towns. You’ll also be close to Norridgewock, Augusta, and Bangor when you rent an RV near Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground.
It’s virtually impossible to rent a camper in Somerset County, Maine without visiting the famous Sugarloaf. This mountain and its surrounding area create the perfect setting for many recreational activities, all year round. You can go hiking or paddling, or let the wheels of a Segway or mountain bike guide you around, and the scenic lift rides are a must in the summertime. During the winter, there’s skiing - and lots of it. There are also zip lines (although not all through winter), and activity centers. In other words, the whole package.
It’s a bit of a drive (but surely you don’t mind spending two and a half hours in your luxury RV rental), but once you arrive at Moosehead Lake, it’s definitely worth it. This gorgeous body of water is ideal for boating, swimming, and fishing - in the summer, you might spot a moose or two who also think the lake is the best place to be. There are also miles and miles of stunning trails, and if you decide to hike Mt Kineo, you’ll be met with views that are out of this world.
Time to leave the mountains behind, but not the grand animal: at Moose Point State Park, you might not spot as many of them, but they’re always around. You are in Maine, after all. This park is located on the coast and has a beautiful view of Penobscot Bay, complete with hiking trails, picnic spots, and tidal pools to explore. Sit down, take a hike, or go for a scenic drive. It’s your decision - you’re the one on an RV vacation in Somerset County.
When you’re renting a camper near Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Campground, you’re visiting Skowhegan - end of story. This delightful town is full of art, history, recreation, and agriculture, not to mention all the fantastic events that are hosted here. Chocolate, snow, and beer are all themes, but nothing beats the Skowhegan Moose Festival where you can watch exhibits, ride on a monster truck, enjoy local food and live music, and, of course, enter the moose-calling competition.
If you need some peace and quiet after all the festivities, steer your motorhome rental toward some of the local orchards. Many are owned and run by families, and allow you to walk around the delicate yet sturdy apple trees. Pick your own apples and try some of the locally made cider - why not a whole jug of the delicious beverage? See if you can tell the difference between a Golden Delicious and a Gala apple, and pick up some jam, maple syrup, or a big jar of apple sauce.
An RV vacation in Skowhegan, Maine will be full of little bits of everything: delicious local food, outdoor adventures, and many, many moose. It might be time to start looking for that RV rental.