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CAMPER VANS FOR SALE: MAINE

CAMPER VANS AND MAINE

Maine, home of the Acadia National Park is an east coast highlight. With its rugged coastline, expansive forests, and picturesque waterways, it is a dream destination for van lifers. Known for its lighthouses, seafood, and vibrant outdoor culture, Maine offers countless adventures, whether you're along the coast or deep in the wilderness. Here’s your comprehensive guide to places to stay, must visit spots, travel itineraries, and boondocking options in Maine.

WHERE TO STAY WITH YOUR CAMPER VAN IN MAINE

AREAS TO STAY:

1. Acadia National Park

One of the top destinations in Maine, Acadia National Park offers several campgrounds that are suitable for van life, including Blackwoods and Seawall Campgrounds. Explore the park's scenic drives, hiking trails, and the stunning views from Cadillac Mountain.

2. Baxter State Park

For those seeking a more rugged wilderness experience, Baxter State Park is ideal. While the park itself does not cater to RVs or camper vans in most of its campgrounds, smaller vans can fit into some sites at the outskirts. It’s perfect for hiking and spotting wildlife, including the elusive Maine moose.

3. Lake St. George State Park

Located in the mid-coast region, this state park offers a quieter camping experience with easy access to freshwater activities like swimming, kayaking, and fishing.

iOverlander: Is a wonderful non-profit project that shows you where to boondock, fill-up on water, and camp!

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HARVEST HOSTS: Is a network of wineries, farms, attractions, breweries for #VanLifers to stay safely overnight at. Maine has a ton to choose from! Here are some of the most popular:

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WHERE TO GO IN MAINE IN A CAMPER VAN?

Weekend Escape

  • Day 1: Begin in Portland to enjoy the culinary scene and explore the cobblestone streets of the Old Port.

  • Day 2: Head up to Acadia National Park for a day of hiking and sightseeing. Camp within the park.

Two-Week Tour

  • Day 1-3: Explore Portland and surrounding coastal towns like Freeport and Boothbay Harbor.

  • Day 4-7: Travel to Acadia National Park. Spend several days hiking, biking, and exploring Bar Harbor.

  • Day 8-9: Head inland to the Maine Highlands, visit Baxter State Park, and potentially venture up to the North Woods.

  • Day 10-12: Journey to the mid-coast, stopping at Lake St. George for relaxation and water sports.

  • Day 13-14: Return to Portland or explore southern Maine, visiting spots like Ogunquit and Kennebunkport.

MAINE DISPERSED CAMPING

  • Public Reserved Lands: Maine's Public Reserved Lands offer numerous opportunities for dispersed camping. These areas are less regulated than state parks but do require adherence to Leave No Trace principles.

  • North Maine Woods: This extensive area of privately owned working forest also allows for camping with permission. There are designated camping areas, many of which are rustic and remote.

CAMPER VANS FOR SALE, DELIVERED TO MAINE

Camper vans are no cheap investment!  It's a massive decision, just like purchasing a home. Yes, there's plenty of RV Dealers in Maine, but mass manufactured camper vans are just no match in quality. Fortunately, Brooklyn Campervans works with clients nationwide, and delivery to Maine is only $500 - a small cost that can save you $50-100,000 in quality. Brooklyn Campervans provides the highest level of bespoke camper vans based on YOUR needs, style, and budget. 

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