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Located 50 miles from Bangor, Maine, Acadia National Park features some of the highest rocky headlands along the Atlantic coast, as well as several stone bridges, hiking trails, and carriage roads. The Schoodic Peninsula and Isle au Haut are also part of the park. Planning a road trip in the Northeast? Book an RV in Hancock County, Maine and spend a few days exploring Acadia National Park and the surrounding communities.
Bass Harbor and Corea are small fishing villages where you can experience amazingly fresh seafood. Rent a camper near Acadia National Park so you can spend time exploring all the sights Maine has to offer.
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After you book an RV in Windsor County, head to Ascutney State Park to experience Vermont’s second-highest mountain peak. Mount Ascutney is located in the southern half of Vermont, near the border that the state shares with New Hampshire, about 40 miles north of Brattleboro. The park and mountain were originally thought to be named after a local settlement along the Sugar River, but it has been decided by local historians that the name instead has no known meaning.
Camping in an RV at Ascutney State Park is a fantastic way to visit the mountain, and it is believed that the mountain was home to the nation’s first public recreation trail, built-in 1825. The park offers many recreation …
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Baxter State Park is a pristine wilderness area that occupies more than 200,000 acres and protects a patchwork of shimmering lakes, lush forests, and rugged mountain peaks. The park was pioneered by Percival P. Baxter, former governor of Maine and passionate wilderness lover who harbored a "magnificent obsession" with nature. Today, his legacy lives on at Baxter State Park, where you'll find scenic nature trails, serene paddling routes, and picturesque picnic spots. Adventure buffs can sink their teeth into the park's notoriously challenging hikes, rock climbing routes, and scrambles.
Dreaming of fresh mountain air and stunning scenery? Book an RV in Piscataquis County and you can sleep under the stars at Baxter State Park. Whether you're traveling with the family …
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The state of New Hampshire began buying land in the southeastern corner of the state in the early 1900s with the intent of preserving the region. The park remained undeveloped until the early 1930s when President Roosevelt began the now-famous New Deal program, in which unemployed young adults were put to work across the country. Called Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC), a cadre of New Hampshire residents built several outbuildings and structures in what would later become Bear Brook State Park and blazed several miles of trails.
Today, Bear Brook State Park is also the site of three museums: the Richard Diehl Civilian Corps Museums, which details some of the work they did in the state as well as displays photographs …
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This state park is found in the southern portion of Maine. The small town of Pownal, lies just outside the park's borders, while the larger town of Freeport is located around six miles to the southeast. The nearest large city is Portland, found about 20 miles to the south, while the Atlantic Ocean is also a mere 20 miles away.
Bradbury Mountain State Park is mostly wooded and allows visitors to enjoy a variety of activities, such as camping, bike riding, hiking trails, and picnic facilities. The park's claim to fame is that it was one of the state's original, five state parks. This is also a prime spot for viewing leaf colors in the fall.
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Breakheart Reservation could be your next motorhome camping trip destination! Located in the towns of Saugus and Wakefield, MA, Breakheart Reservation covers over 650-acres. It is packed with natural features like hardwood forests, freshwater lakes, and a stretch of the Saugus River. A highlight of the area is the stunning views of Boston and New England from the rocky hilltops of Breakheart Reservation. With archaeological evidence dating back to the Archaic and Woodland periods, the reservation has gone through major changes over the centuries.
Today Breakheart Reservation is a scenic oasis that attracts adventure enthusiasts from around the state. Renting an RV is an easy way of getting around the reservation, and you’ll find a range of affordable RV …
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Immerse yourself in the great outdoors at Brighton State Park, where mountainous forestry, bubbling streams, and mirrored bodies of water surround you at every turn. Located in northeast Vermont, the park is just 18 miles away from scenic Norton, and 43 miles from the artistic city of Lunenburg. Have fun scoping out the area while mountain biking through the breathtaking Kingdom Trails or while navigating the Great Vermont Corn Maze with your family!
With a charming train station and miscellaneous linked railroad sights peppered across town, Brighton State Park campers will find fascinating reminders that Island Pond was once the first international railroad junction in the United States. Brimming with rich history, the park today is a haven …
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Camden, Maine is a lovely coastal New England town nestled twenty minutes south of Belfast, an hour east of Augusta, and about two hours north of Portland. This town is home to a quaint downtown area, the Marshall Point Lighthouse, and of course, Camden Hills State Park.
Between 1935 and 1947, the CCC and the National Parks service teamed up to build this 1,500-acre park which eventually grew to be the 5,500-acre park that we know today. They worked together to carve out walking paths and build toll houses and picnic pavilions along the natural landscape. The park envelopes Mt. Battie, which is classically known as one of the most beautiful viewpoints in the state. It also …
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The Appalachian Mountain Club purchased a little over 500 acres of land covering Mount Cardigan's eastern face in New Hampshire in 1934. The intent was to create a ski resort or destination to fund their other activities under the guidance of two renowned ski-trail designers Duke Dmitri von Leuchtenberg and Charles Proctor. The Civilian Conservation Corps, which was established by President Roosevelt’s New Deal program, blazed several miles of trails that would be used for both hiking and cross-country skiing (also known as Nordic skiing). Although this notion of making Mount Cardigan a premier ski destination never came to fruition, many outdoor adventurers enjoy exploring the woods of Cardigan Mountain State Park.
The closest large town is Lebanon, NH, …
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Picture a classic New England scene of rolling, twisting roads that travel over gentle mountains and through dense woods of maple, oak, and other hardwoods. These trees’ leaves transform from lush green to blazing red, orange, and yellow in autumn. When the temperature dips, the local's don thick, warm sweaters, peacoats, and scarves. Swathed in cozy knitwear, they cheerfully chat on street corners while sipping a hot cup of cocoa. Hardy outdoorsmen in wellies and waders venture into the wilderness of CC Putnam State Forest, armed with a fishing rod.
The closest town is the capital of Vermont, Montpelier. Montpelier, populated with about 8,000 residents, is one of the oldest cities in Vermont. Many homes and buildings are historic, …
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In 1938, a hurricane nicknamed Long Island Express (they didn’t receive official names until 1950) roared up the eastern seaboard, flooding cities, and towns along the way. Several towns in New Hampshire were devastated even though the hurricane was weakened by the time it arrived in the upper New England region. To prevent a recurrence, the United States Army Corps of Engineers constructed a few dams in the area, including the one on Piscataquog River. A small lake, Everett Lake, was formed as a result, and the state of New Hampshire created a small state park, Clough State Park, in 1963 to facilitate recreational fun on the lake.
The closest large town is Concord, which is the state capital …
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The mysterious yet alluring Great North Woods also referred to as “North Country” by the locals, encompasses much of northern New Hampshire. The residents in this region very nearly seceded from the United States in 1835 over a dispute that was started by a debt owed to a hardware store. The rebellion was brought to their knees by British officials, who essentially forced the leaders to sign a treaty at gunpoint. Though it has been a few generations since that event, the old-timers are still disgruntled about it even to this day.
The town of Colebrook, just about 12 miles west, has a variety of restaurants, shops, and a small hospital with an emergency health center. The town is …
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Crawford Notch State Park is located in north-central New Hampshire, near the small community of Hart's Location. The nearest larger town is Conway, NH, which is around 30 miles to the southeast, while the nearest larger city is Portland, ME, at almost 90 miles to the southeast.
Crawford Notch State Park is situated within the forested and rugged White Mountains. This area is incredibly scenic and is known for the outdoor, recreational activities that can be enjoyed here throughout the year. There are trails for hiking and places to picnic in the summer, and ski resorts open up when the snow flies. You will never struggle to find something to do when you visit this part of the …
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Located in the northern part of New Hampshire, close to Errol and less than an hour away from Milan, Dixville Notch State Park is an excellent place for hikers and picnickers. The scenic vistas and untouched nature attract visitors from all around this state. This state park is famous for a beautiful steep-walled gorge as well as two waterfalls.
Even though Dixville Notch State Park covers only 127 acres of land, it is well-known among outdoor enthusiasts looking for their next big adventure. The hiking trails that pass through the park lead to the nearby mountains, and they are a bit challenging. Those of you who want to spend time at Dixville Notch State Park should search for an …
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This park is situated in the northern portion of New Hampshire, near the base of the White Mountains. The small town of Conway is found not far from the park's borders. The nearest large city is Portland, Maine, found around 60 miles to the southeast, while the state's capital, Concord, is located around 80 miles to the south.
The park consists mostly of forestland, and offers frequent, scenic views of the nearby Presidential Range. Activities available here include hiking, rock climbing, picnicking and winter sports. There is a lake found on site, and this, along with nearby rivers and streams, allow for additional recreational activities.
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Vermont might have the Green Mountains, but New Hampshire has the White Mountains. No matter your initial color choice, you’ll notice everything looks pretty green in the summer and pretty white in the winter. People flock from near and far to see, explore, and camp in the New England mountain ranges. Book an RV in Belknap County and surround yourself in all of this vast beauty.
One of the biggest perks of camping in Gilford is the Lake Winnipesaukee access. Gilford is known as the “recreation of New Hampshire” and offers a wide range of things to do, but most importantly Ellacoya State Park sits on the southwest shore of the lake. The 21-mile long lake is the largest lake …
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Tucked away in southeastern Lamoille County, Elmore State Park is in close proximity to the charming town of Johnson and exciting Stowe, both of which are just a little over 20 minutes from the park. Come and browse the countryside beauty, or load up your rental RV full of gear for a fun-filled day experiencing Elmore State Park. Pull out your fishing rod for a day on the lake, slap on the sunscreen for a day of hiking the trails, or jump into your swimsuit for a refreshing dip at the beach – this park has it all!
A product of the Civilian Conservation Corps' hard work during the Great Depression, Elmore State Park is a living testament to …