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Presque Isle, ME

Neil E. Michaud Campground, located approximately 40 miles from US Route 1, some 2.5 miles from Presque Isle, in the 'Land of the Northern Moose', is loaded with things to do, yet at the same time offers each camper plenty of down time. If relaxing beside crystal clear waters and majestic forests filled with mature trees sounds like a great way to spend your camping days in Maine, then Neil E. Michaud Campground is the place for you. For early and easy reservations, visit our convenient online reservations system and book your vacation from the comforts of home.

Providing RV sites with full hookups, as well as basic tent sites for those who like to 'rough it', campers and their pets have the option to stay anywhere from a day to a month in the comfort zone they choose. Activities at our campground consist of a playground for the kiddies, a variety of outdoor games, including horseshoes, as well as an arcade for indoor games of a different nature. Grab the picnic lunch and the kids, and drink in the campground's tranquil and roomy picnic settings.

Visit North Maine Woods for scenic, majestic forests, and a possible glimpse of moose. For cold weather fun, visit the Big Rock Ski area and check out the slopes. If shopping is your cup of tea, you'll enjoy a day trip to the Aroostook Centre Mall.

Hermon, ME

Come experience beautiful Pleasant Hill Campground near Bangor for a real Maine treat. Enjoy the best of both worlds: spacious, forested grounds provide all the relaxing charm of the country and modern amenities make your stay a pleasure. Many of the state's famed destinations are within easy driving distance, such as Acadia National Park, the coast and Bar Harbor. Making a reservation is quick and simple using the online reservation system.

Paved roads lead right to the open and shaded sites. Large pull-through sites and wide sites for RVs with slide outs make setting up a breeze. Full hookups, Wi-Fi and cable television are all available. Make yourself at home with the clean heated restrooms, free hot showers, Laundromat and campground store. Children will want to grab a fishing pole and head to the stocked trout pond, or hop into the heated swimming pool. Plenty of other games, like volleyball, horseshoes, and mini golf, will keep everyone entertained. Make it a real party and gather a group in the private camping area, which comes with campfire seating and picnic pavilion.

Whether you like to paddle a canoe, climb a mountain or strap on a pair of skis, Maine has a place for you. The Moosehead Lake Region so enthralled Henry David Thoreau, he wrote about it after exploring with Indian guides. Surrounding the enormous lake is wilderness as far as you can see. Mt. Katahdin, the state's tallest peak, challenges climbers at Baxter State Park. Bar Harbor and Bangor are both known for lively music events and active outdoor scenes. And, of course, Acadia National Park beckons visitors with its spectacular views of the Maine Coast, hiking trails and diverse animal and plant life.

Holden, ME

Our charming RV Park near Bar Harbor is a splendid place to play in the outdoors. From the wild Maine coast to the cultural sights of the city, our campground in Bangor offers something for every visitor. Come camping in Maine and see our unforgettable ocean views! You'll find all the amenities you need for a relaxing visit at our campground by Acadia National Park, an amazing area of coastline, lakes, and wooded forests. Our online reservations system can help you plan your trip today.

Located in the town of Holden, Maine, Red Barn Campground makes an ideal base camp from which to explore the Acadia region. We're set off Interstate 95 and Interstate 395, the route between Bangorand Bar Harbor, a coastal treasure that's located on Mt. Desert Island. It's an easy trip to Acadia National Park or to stunning Cadillac Mountain, the highest peak in our region.

Join us in Maine for outdoor sports like hunting, fishing, and boating in one of our local lakes. We offer a range of activities from wildlife viewing and hiking to shopping and fine dining. You'll also enjoy Bangor's annual fairs and festivals. Come in late July for top-notch fun at the Bangor State Fair. At the end of August, you can sway to the rhythm at Bangor's American Folk Festival.

Southwest Harbor, ME

Camp amid the splendor of Acadia National Park at Smuggler's Den Campground, where the beach, the trails and the woods surround you. Come see what makes this area one of the premier vacation spots in the country. Set up your tent or RV on a lovely shaded site, complete with picnic table and fire ring. Head for a dip in the heated pool, or gather the family for games on the four-acre recreational field. Visit the camp store and pick up some delicious Maine lobster. You can get a quick cooking lesson on the best way to prepare your meal from helpful employees.

Because Acadia National Park has such a diverse geography, you can climb the cliffs, swim in fresh or ocean water, hike, bike and kayak. Park rangers will escort you on a cruise to explain life along the Maine Coast. One of the best ways to see everything is the free Island Explorer buses. They stop right at the office at Smuggler's Den Campground. Enjoy dining as visitors did in the 19th century at the Jordan Pond House Restaurant in the park, renowned for its popovers and gorgeous scenery. Explore some of the many museums, which house collections of native art, whale artifacts and natural history. Tour boats take you out on the water, to search for whales, seals and puffins, or to do a little fishing. Paddle a kayak or canoe out for a closer look around. Walk about the town of Bar Harbor to see both the amazing natural scenery and historic buildings. And if you're looking for a good party, Smuggler's Den Campground knows how to throw one. Oktoberfest weekend at the campground features beer, wine, food, music and a lot of fun. Make your plans now to visit this exciting part of the country.

Hanover, ME

Surrounded by the majestic White Mountains, you will find a perfect vacation getaway at Stony Brook Recreation and Camping in picturesque Hanover, Maine. This amenity-packed resort-quality campground, nestled in the southwestern part of the state, is easy to find off of I-2, and offers campers first class RV sites, wooded tent sites as well as rental trailers, cabins and lean-tos. The sparkling swimming pool refreshes in the summer months and the nearby hiking trails make for great cross country skiing in the winter at this year-round campground.

The peaceful Androscoggin River provides a great place to engage in some water recreation, including fishing, canoeing and kayaking, and this is where wildlife viewing is at its best ¿ just be sure to keep your eyes open for the imposing moose! A short drive from camp, the Grafton Notch State Park is another destination where nature is at its most impressive. Whether you arrive in time to admire the blazing fall colors or the bright green of spring in the mountains, the deer, bears, ducks, and bald eagles will be around for you to enjoy.

Nearby Bethel is a historic town with fine shops and restaurants on its quaint village streets, as well as Big Adventure in Bethel with outdoor deluxe miniature golf, indoor laser tag and a climbing wall. The Sunday River Resort, seven miles from camp, is a hive of activity year round, from downhill skiing on over 100 trails on seven mountains to diggler (mountain scooter) rides down the slopes during the warmer months. Obviously, there is no lack of things to do in and around Stony Brook Recreation and Camping, so use our convenient online reservation system and plan your trip today.

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