Maine Travel

When you think of vacations in Maine, you likely think lobster. Though this sumptuous crustacean brings thousands to its shores every year, there's much more to do and experience in Maine. From our southern location in Saco, visitors can travel up the Lighthouse Coast through the quaint coastal towns of Camden, Stonington and Kennebunkport to Acadia National Park. Boasting 47,000 acres, its rugged interior, lush forests and rocky waters are home to a plethora of wildlife including moose, bears, seabirds and whales. There, you'll also find Cadillac Mountain, the highest point on the East Coast of the U.S. Our two other Maine locations put you closer to Old Orchard Beach than any other campgrounds in the area. A seven-mile stretch of white sand, this popular beach is also home to Old Orchard Beach Pier. Extending nearly 500 feet over the Atlantic Ocean, this hot spot is home to a variety of activities, including shopping, dining, arcade games, live music, fishing, whale watching and nightlife. Visitors can also enjoy biking, hiking and kayaking.

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