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SUENMIKE

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We are looking for a nice camping resort in The State of Maine for the month of August. We had stayed at Bayleys Camping Resort last year and really enjoyed it, we may even return there. Just checking to see if there are other places that folks have stayed at and enjoyed. We will be camping in a class A motorhome... Thank you

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We enjoyed staying at Sea-Vu Campground near Wells ME two years ago. We have a much smaller rig, but there were plenty of A's there. The resort itself is not as big, but the location is perfect for seeing the coast. Happy Travels!


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Maine's a big state. Any region in particular?

We liked Hidden Pines in OOB (Old Orchard Beach)but it was several years ago we stayed there. Looking at the website this weekend the prices are still strong so I would assume it's still a nice place.

In the upper midcoast we stayed at Mic Mac Cove and Sennebec. Both nice places, particularly if you like shady campgrounds.


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We stayed at Ne're Family Campground in OOB and really enjoyed being right in town. We were 3 blocks from the ocean.

The actual campground is not a fabulous place like Bayley's or Hidden Pines or any of the other big name campgrounds, but it is flat, has a small pool, has great wifi and is right across the street from the lobster pound. It is about half the price of the others.

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We loved, loved, loved the Bar Harbor KOA. I wrote a review of this for our family camping blog that you can click on below. It is important to get the right site there. Ask for one with water views. The campground is close to Acadia National Park--AKA--heaven on earth.

We also loved, loved, loved Camden Hills State Park--which I also reviewed below. They have sites with water and electric but I would get on booking those now.

These are two of my favorite places in the world. Good luck planning your trip. Let us know what you pick.

Jeremy


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We loved, loved, loved the Bar Harbor KOA. I wrote a review of this for our family camping blog that you can click on below. It is important to get the right site there. Ask for one with water views. The campground is close to Acadia National Park--AKA--heaven on earth.

We also loved, loved, loved Camden Hills State Park--which I also reviewed below. They have sites with water and electric but I would get on booking those now.

These are two of my favorite places in the world. Good luck planning your trip. Let us know what you pick.

Jeremy

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We appreciate all the positive feed back here, thank you

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We enjoy Bayleys for weekend getaways. We love Acadia, National Park. Have stayed at the KOA Oceanside.
One of our favorite places is Camden Hills. Megunticook Campground has a great overlook to view the ocean. We love to explore Camden Hills and Rockport.
Eastport, Maine is a long ride but we enjoyed Sea View and had a full hookup site right on the ocean. No swimming at the campground though. Bring your passports so you can visit Campabello Island, Canada.
The Lakes Region along route 302 is fun to visit and Moose Head Lake is great for seeing moose and other wild life.


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