This Resort RV Park In Maine Was Recently Named One Of The Most Beautiful In The Country
By Michelle|Updated on June 09, 2023(Originally published June 04, 2023)
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There’s no shortage of beautiful places to wake up in Maine, but we’re partial to the ones that include lots and lots of nature. Camping in any region of the state allows for this. As long as you don’t mind spending the night sleeping on the ground, you’ve got tons of options! If you’d rather travel in the comfort of an RV, you’ll want to visit this spot in Downeast Maine. This RV resort in Maine was recently named one of the most beautiful in the country (and we can certainly see why). It’s definitely worth planning for a visit. Don’t have a camper? No problem check out RV Share to rent your own, and here is everything you need to know about renting an RV.
Schoodic Woods Campground is open seasonally, typically from the end of May to mid-October. You can learn more about it and keep up-to-date on any local changes by visiting the National Park Service website. You can reserve a spot by visiting Recreation.gov. You can reach the campground at 207-288-3338. If you don’t own a tent or a camper then there is still hope to enjoy this scenic campground. Head on over to RV Share to rent your very own camper for a wild Maine adventure.