RV Parks Nearby Bridgton, ME

RV Parks Nearby Bridgton, ME
Bridgton, Maine, is a mid-sized community in the southeast corner of the state. Within the area, hiking and mountain biking trails abound. Road cyclists have access to miles of rural roads to tour and train on. One hour's drive to the east is the Atlantic Coast, where surfing, sea kayaking, sailing and diving opportunities are plentiful. RV parks and campgrounds in this area tuck into the tall pines, and many of the then rest along lakes or rivers, allowing you the opportunity to swim from the convenience of your chosen campground. The Pleasant Mountain Trail runs within a 20-minute drive from downtown Bridgton. Berry picking along the trail is possible during the late summer months.

Loon's Haven Campground

Listen at night for the cry of the loon as you drift off to sleep nestled in your RV among the pines and conifers in Loon's Haven Campground. RV sites equip you with water, sewer, cable TV, Wi-Fi and electric connections, as well as provide picnic tables, fire rings and grills. Loon's Haven has limited shore camping sites, and reservations for these are strongly encouraged. Firewood and propane are available at the Loon's Haven; a laundry room, a playground, showers and a small general store are also avaliable. Canoeing and kayaking along the lake are possible right form the campground. Loon's Haven is approximately 25 minutes from Bridgton.

Loon's Haven Campground

Rt. 114

Naples, ME 04055



Granger Pond Camping Area

The Granger Pond Camping Area is 30 minutes from Bridgton; it offers quiet, secluded camping sites along the pond that shares its name. Sites are wooded, have fire rings and grills, as well as sewer and electric hookups. Pets are allowed at Granger Pond. Kayak rentals are available within five minutes walk, and the camping area has canoes and row boats for use. Showers and toilets are at the campgrounds. Swim the lake; watch for moose, loons or black bear.

Granger Pond Camping Area

27 Kamp Lane

Denmark, ME 04022



Lakeside Pines Campground

Lakeside Pines Campground is 30 minutes from Bridgton. Settle into your RV site. Connect your rig to the water, sewer and electric connections; kick back to relax under the tall pines. Head down to the lake to swim, sail, canoe or kayak; take a hike along the lakeside trails. Pets are allowed, but they must be under leash control at all times in the campground.

Lakeside Pines Campground

54 Lakeside Pines Road

North Bridgton, ME 04057



Article Written By Eric Cedric

A former Alaskan of 20 years, Eric Cedric now resides in California. He's published in "Outside" and "Backpacker" and has written a book on life in small-town Alaska, "North by Southeast." Cedric was a professional mountain guide and backcountry expedition leader for 18 years. He worked in Russia, Iceland, Greece, Turkey and Belize. Cedric attended Syracuse University and is a private pilot.

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