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10 Incredible Private Campsites in Maine

Find a little piece of Maine to call your own for the weekend.

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From densely wooded forests, to crystal clear mountain lakes, to the gorgeous and seemingly endless coastline, Maine is home to spectacular wilderness. There's no better way to experience this idyllic scenery than spending a few nights camping out. These 10 Tentrr campsites not only provide immediate access to all of the beautiful places and fun things to do in Maine, but they also have all the amenities to make your trip easy and comfortable.

Cook up a lobster over your private campfire, get a good night's rest in comfortable mattresses, and enjoy coffee on your porch as you plan the day. These campsites are the perfect basecamp for all your Maine adventures!

"Enjoy a 360-degree view from the T-Range summit of Streaked Mountain, views to the White Mountains, Sunday River and Bigalo Ranges, Southern Lakes, East to the Atlantic Ocean." Learn more.

"A working farm campsite located on a secluded pond. Enjoy 125 acres of privacy!" Learn more

"Perched on the banks of the Androscoggin River, this site is nestled in the trees yet provides beautiful river views. During the day, the site is great for napping in your hammock, hiking the trails, or exploring the river by boat. At night, the calling loons will lull you to sleep." Learn more.

"Picturesque campsite with stunning views of Mount Washington, the Presidential Range of New Hampshire, and the lakes of Western Maine. Enjoy panoramic sunrises and sunsets from this exclusive hideaway!" Learn more.

"Be surrounded by the best Maine has to offer! Riverside camping in a quiet meadow with a sandy beach and fresh water swimming hole. Your own private oasis!" Learn more.

"Holding the Penobscot Narrows Bridge, Verona Island is the gateway to Downeast Maine. Revitalized Bucksport is 3 miles away. Acadia National Park is 45 minutes. The site is on the edge of a small organic vegetable farm with sheep, chickens, cats, and a border collie. The site is private to the farm." Learn more.

"Enjoy fantastic swimming, fishing, and canoeing, or just relax on the dock with an ice-cold drink. Explore the quaint coastal towns nearby for shopping, excellent food, farmers' markets, flea markets, or take a tour of the many local breweries and wineries." Learn more.

"This picturesque site is located just outside of Bangor on a historical farm. Appreciate what nature has to offer, as you hike the trails, and see the many animals that inhabit the area. This is a unique place to retreat, secluded in the forest, yet moments from town where you can enjoy the several breweries, shops, and restaurants." Learn more.

"An exclusive lakefront campsite nestled in the foothills of the White Mountains! Enjoy just about any outdoor activity you can imagine with 1,000's of feet of our farm's private shore front on two lakes and over 900 pristine acres of mountain woodlands, brooks, meadow and blueberry fields - the amenities are simply unbeatable." Learn more.

"Gorgeous and secluded. Everybody is "glamping" here with all inclusive linen, pillows, towels, blankets, and lots of little extras. Bring your personal items and your food. We have tiki torch lanterns, firewood, paper, kindling and matches." Learn more.  

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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