- Maximum occupancy per site: 2 vehicles, 6 people or immediate family.
- Check-in time: 1 p.m. Check-out time: 11 a.m.
- Quiet hours: 10 p.m. to 7 a.m.
- Alcoholic beverages: Prohibited in common areas.
- Generator use: Permitted between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Some campgrounds have additional generator restrictions.
- Fires: Allowed in designated rings or pits, following local advisories.
- Drone use: Prohibited.
23 State Park Road, Lamoine, ME 04605
This oceanfront state park is located in the heart of Downeast Maine, one of the most popular destinations in the state. Lamoine’s peaceful setting with easy access to Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor is an ideal base to tour the area’s iconic rocky shoreline, islands, and lighthouses. Boating, fishing, and trail walking are popular activities, but the park’s main draw is its beautiful views of Frenchman’s Bay.
The campground offers just under 50 sites for RVs. Many can accommodate RVs up to 30 feet, with a limited number for larger rigs. There are no hookups, but facilities include potable water, an easy-access dump station, and well-maintained bathrooms and showers. A ranger station, playground, and loop trail are also available to campers. Lamoine State Park Campground provides a restful stay with beautiful views after a day of hiking or exploring the sites in this spectacular region of Maine.
13 Myrle’s Way, Greenville, ME 04441
In a state with an abundance of breathtaking landscapes, Lily Bay State Park stands out. Located practically in the middle of the state, away from the more popular Atlantic coastline, this lesser-known park rewards visitors with spectacular water, forest, and mountain views. Visitors can traverse the miles of forested shoreline and coves on sprawling Moosehead Lake by foot, bike, kayak, or canoe. Wildlife viewing is a highlight, since moose are a common sight in the park. An easy hike up Mount Kineo offers panoramic vistas from a repurposed fire-watch tower. Nearby, you can also tour the stunning Gulf Hagas area’s gorges and waterfalls.
Lily Bay’s campground has over 50 RV sites tucked among the trees. A few sites can fit RVs up to 35 feet, but the majority are for RVs under 30 feet. The campground has no hookups. Facilities include restrooms, potable water, a central bathhouse with separate shower rooms and a dishwashing sink, a dump station, and a playground. The town of Greenville is a few minutes’ drive away for shopping. If you have time to travel away from the coast, you won’t be disappointed to include Lily Bay State Park in your itinerary.
11 Park Access Road, Casco, ME 04015
This popular Maine vacation spot was one of the five original state parks in the country. Opened in 1938, Sebago Lake State Park’s 1,400 acres at the base of the White Mountains encompass expansive woodlands, sandy beaches, ponds, bogs, and rivers. This diverse landscape creates habitats for a variety of plants and wildlife, and outdoor activities like swimming, hiking, fishing, and boating. Sebago is the deepest and second-largest lake in Maine.
More than 200 campsites are available, some with electric and water hookups. Many sites can accommodate RVs between 30 and 40 feet. Facilities include restrooms, showers, potable water, a dump station, and a playground. The park offers boat rentals, outdoor movies, and a wide variety of ranger programs throughout the summer for kids of all ages. The park can get crowded with day-trippers in the summer, but it’s a fun family destination beloved by many year after year. Campsites are in high demand and get fully booked as soon as the reservation season opens. Note that for camping between May 24 and September 12, a minimum of four nights applies if you book your reservation during the month of February.
Maine state park campgrounds that accommodate RV camping
Aroostook State Park
Bradbury Mountain State Park
Camden Hills State Park
Cobscook Bay State Park
Lake St. George State Park
Lamoine State Park
Lily Bay State Park
Mount Blue State Park
Peaks-Kenny State Park
For more information on Maine state park campgrounds, visit maine.gov/dacf/parks/.