Camping at national park properties in Maine exposes visitors to beautiful ocean, mountain and forest locations.
Acadia National Park on Mount Desert Island and the Downeast coast is the state's only national park. Acadia has two public campgrounds for tenters and recreational vehicles including pop-ups, vehicle campers, and RVs up to 35 feet. Wildwood Stables Campground is another option open only to park visitors with stock animals.
The Acadia National Park parcel on Isle au Haut is home to Duck Harbor Campground. This remote island campground has five lean-to shelters open to campers from May 15 to October 15.
The White Mountain National Forest in western Maine has two camping areas for hikers and day visitors.