You’ll find Paradise Park Resort Campground located just 800 feet from the scenic heart of Old Orchard Beach and its famous pier, amusements and shopping. Run by the Halle family, this highly-praised campground is set upon 40 wooded acres, so you’ll have plenty of room to roam. Add-in a very long list of first-class amenities (including not one, but two heated pools!), and you’ve truly got yourself one of the best RV trips in Maine.
This much-loved facility is just a short walk from the beautiful Old Orchard Beach, making it the perfect destition to visit in summer. The resort is open from May 12 to October 9, and there are plenty of fun activities and amenities to keep the family entertained, including heated pools, hot tubs, a games arcade, fishing, paddle boating, volleyball, and movie nights. Additiolly, there are plenty of Maine’s popular attractions nearby, such as Playland and Pirate’s Cove mini-golf, which are sure to be a hit with children and adults alike!
“My family has been coming here for years now and we always have a great time! There are many amenities including a shuttle to and from the beach, though it is an easy walk if you’re up for it. Very family friendly. Couldn’t recommend Paradise Park enough!” – Joshua, Google review ,
Searsport Shores Ocean Campground is not just an idyllic spot to park your RV, but it’s also considered Mid-coast Maine’s premier oceanfront campground! It’s perched on the shores of Penobscot Bay, located between the lively Bar Harbor (Acadia tiol Park) and picturesque Camden village. Here, you can enjoy ocean views, fun activities, and high-quality amenities.
This stunning facility boasts a quarter-mile of private beach front, as well as 40 acres of ocean gardens. Does it get any better than that? Surprisingly, it does, as the campground also offers kayak rentals, along with lobster bake experiences, and an artist-in-residence running weaving, photography, carving, ture crafts and a variety of other interesting classes.
“Our family’s favorite campground! We spend at least a week every summer and can’t say enough good things about Searsport Shores. Beautiful grounds and gardens, kid and pet friendly, helpful staff, I could go on and on.” – Neil, Google review
You’ll find the Bar Harbor / Woodlands KOA located on Mount Desert Island in Bar Harbor, so you already know you’re up for a scenic and secluded location! The campground is also located at the gates of Acadia tiol Park, so guests can enjoy all of the hiking, kayaking, mountain biking and other exciting activities that the park has to offer, right on their doorstep! Spshot: Daily/weekly/monthly: From $50/Enquire for rates Number of RV Sites: 100 Full Hookups: Yes 30/50 Amp: Both Back-in/Pull-through Sites: Both Pool/Hot tub: Pool (heated) Showers: Yes Pets Allowed: Yes Cell Reception: Yes Wi-Fi: Yes Discounts:
The location alone is probably enough to make you love this place, but for those who need a little extra convincing, the campground is also incredibly central to famous Maine attractions such as Acadia tiol Park and Bar Harbor. Additiolly, there are some luxurious amenities to keep you both entertained and comfortable, including a heated pool, bike rental, on-site convenience store, and dog park (so Fido doesn’t have to miss out either!).
“Modern twist on traditiol camping. Each site has access to electricity and water and there are a variety of sites that you can stay at.” – Pratik, Google review
Located in Ellsworth, in the southern end of the state, Timberland Acres RV Park is also just minutes from Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. This family-run RV park opens during the warmer months, so you’ll be able to set-up your RV here from May 12 – September 11. This fun and friendly facility prides itself on keeping the whole family entertained, so you’ll also find a lengthy list of special events and activities to keep you on your toes!
Do you have a Big Rig that’s hard to accommodate? Fear not, because this RV park has 50 sites measuring over 100 feet long, making it a paradise for those with longer motorhomes. This award-winning and modern park also features paved roads and easy access pull-through sites, so getting your vehicle in and out will be a breeze. When it comes to their events and activities, however, this is perhaps the part you will love the most. Craft classes, guided walks, yoga, and men’s golf also take place throughout the week
“What a great way to stay in Maine, and just 15 minutes from Acadia National Park. Beautiful trees and well-cared for grounds and facilities.” – Dave, Google review
Located in Arundel (South Maine), Red Apple Campground is sprawled across 15 landscaped acres. The picturesque setting features everything from flower gardens and pruned shrubbery, to hand-painted birdhouses and “the greenest grass around”. It’s also just a short drive away from some of Maine’s interesting attractions, such as the Seashore Trolley Museum, Rachel Carson National Wildlife Refuge, and whale watching cruises at Kennebunkport. If you’d like to rent an RV, you can even pick one up right in the area!
The manicured lawns and pristine swimming pool will have you feeling as though you’ve stepped into a five-star resort, plus (as many reviewers have noted), the facility goes above and beyond to provide their guests with an amazing experience – whether it’s providing free treats or an abundance of special events and activities. It’s certainly a fun, relaxing and comfortable base for your Maine RV rental vacation.
“We LOVED, LOVED, LOVED it!!! Dave and Jane were so attentive and helpful to us. They treated our boys like family. The small touches such as the candy dish, free hot cocoa, rec hall with lots of books, games, air hockey, etc. were great.” – Sonnet, Google review
Hid’n Pines is a quiet family campground and RV park just minutes from downtown Old Orchard Beach in Maine. Located near the area’s most-loved attractions such as shops, restaurants, and other amusements, the facility is just a quick walk (or trolley ride) away! This award-winning campground has also been the recipient of Trip Advisor’s Certificate of Excellence for 2015 and 2016. The spacious site can even accommodate 45-foot motorhomes and big rigs, so larger RVs don’t have to miss out.
This family-friendly campground is just minutes away from the 7 miles of sandy beach that Old Orchard Beach is famous for. With security gates and nightly patrol, you and your family can feel safe within the grounds of Hid’n Pines Family Campground, while daytime sees plenty of fun activities on offer, including swimming, basketball, ping pong, a 5K Run and Walk team, and the Funtown Splashtown Amusement Park just a few minutes’ drive away!
“This is the cleanest, friendliest, well-kept campground we have ever been to. Having camped in old orchard for years when our kids were young it was a challenge to find a true family friendly campground. Hid’n Pines is close enough to the beach and down town action you can walk, but far enough away you can’t hear it.” – Wayne, Google review.
This RV-friendly campground is well-known for its vibrant sunsets, along with its surrounding 3,500 feet of Atlantic shoreline and proximity to the entrance of Acadia National Park. Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA is also the only camping facility located on the west side of Mount Desert Island, offering a unique setting and perspective of the striking area. You can even take part in unique opportunities here such as whale watching!
If you’re after an award-winning campground offering a picturesque location and ocean views (not to mention spectacular sunsets), then this is the place for you. There are plenty of exciting activities to keep both adults and children entertained, including fishing, bicycle riding, boating, hiking, and so much more. Bar Harbor / Oceanside KOA is open from May 11 – October 9, so if you’ve got an RV sitting idly at home during this time, why not rent it out and give another family the amazing experience of a Maine RV vacation? It’s a great way to earn money on-the-side too!
“By far the best family vacation we have had in years. Nothing like sunsets at your door, star fish and hermit crabs galore for finding during an after-dinner exploration. Clean sites, with helpful employees. Close to everything, restaurants, mini golf, shopping, WalMart for the forgotten essentials.” – Ronelle, Google review
Pumpkin Patch RV Resort is located in Hermon, just a short drive from popular coastal areas such as Rockland, Camden, Castine and Bar Harbor. There’s also an abundance of famous Maine attractions nearby, including the Lumberman’s Museum, Ft. Knox, Leonard’s Mills Forest & Logging Museum, and the Penobscot Marine Museum, making this facility the perfect base for your RV vacation in the state.
This is an RV-only facility, meaning that their focus is on helping RVers to have the best vacation possible. Their latest Good Sam rating for 2017 was 10/10, so you know that this is a well-loved RV resort among motorhome enthusiasts! Pumpkin Patch RV Resort also offers a wide variety of sites, so whether you’re a smaller RV, a big rig, or someone who prefers a sunny spot to a shaded one – you’re certainly in luck! It’s also conveniently located not too far from Interstate 95, making it very easy to get to some of the best RV dealerships in Maine if you’re a local camper.
“Such a happy experience being in such a clean and well-kept RV park! Don’t remember ever being in a park where roads are dampened to prevent dust! Grounds are beautiful, everything clean, good price, restful stop! Highly recommend!” – Bob, Google review
You’ll find Smuggler’s Den Campground located “on the quiet side of Mount Desert Island”, just a 20-minute walk away from Echo Lake Sand Beach in Acadia National Park. It’s also a popular accommodation choice among hiking enthusiasts, as over 25 miles of Acadia National Park’s hiking trails can be accessed from the campground!
Apart from its proximity to one of Maine’s most famous national parks and the abundance of hiking opportunities it offers, Smuggler’s Den Campground prides itself on guest satisfaction. Featuring a 4-acre recreation field containing a horseshoe pit, half-court basketball, volleyball, badminton, and swings, its outdoor activities are plentiful. They also operate a Free Island Explorer Bus service, so exploring Mount Desert Island has never been so easy (or affordable)!
“This is a great campground for families to enjoy. It’s quiet with a pool and playground, and even basketball courts. They have tent sites, RV sites, and even adorable little cabins. They also offer seasonal sites.” – Brittany, Google review
Located in Eagle Lake, Birch Haven Campground is another top-rated RV-friendly facility in Maine to make our list. You’ll find it overlooking the water, providing stunning views for guests to enjoy. It’s also a family-operated and owned facility, so you’ll find the atmosphere to be friendly, warm, and accommodating to all guests – including children, adults, and four-legged friends.
This facility might not have a pool, but why would you when you’re literally located on a lake? The lake offers thrilling water activities such as swimming, a water trampoline, boat launch facilities, kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and water sports. Guests will love the tranquil setting of this campground, not to mention the stunning sunsets!
“First time here and it is the best campground I have ever been to. The people are so friendly and the view is just awesome. We will definitely come again and bring some family and friends.” – Kathaleen, Facebook review
Well there you have it; the best of the best RV parks that Maine has to offer. You will have found some amazing locations among this list, from the famous Mount Desert Island located in the southern part of the state, all the way up to Eagle Lake, located in the north. Even with all the information covered in this article, it’s only the tip of the iceberg. The Pine Tree State is full of adventures waiting to be had, and you can choose any one of these wonderful RV parks here in Maine as a home base to begin your expedition!
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Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.