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Welcome to Tentrr Camping in Maine’s Beaches

Camping at Maine’s beaches is one of the wondrous activities of this nature-embracing state. Whether you want to go fishing in the sea, swimming in the waves, catching rays on the sand, or watching the wildlife, camping on the beaches of Maine has something for you.

For a quaint and small campground with interesting history and that away-from-it-all feel, head to New Harbor to Pemaquid Point, where you’ll be able to swim and kayak in the water, as well as hike to the famous Pemaquid Point lighthouse. With close amenities including groceries, you can hike and bike to your heart’s content, and then relax on the sand.

With 87 campsites, Cape Reddick is home to a destination for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts. Swim in the beach--or swim in the pool. There’s hot showers, a playground, and plenty of woodlands to hike and get lost in. For day trips make the walk to Nubble Lighthouse, and at night try the Ogunquit Playhouse.

Set in Penobscot Bay, Megunticook-by-the-Sea is known for its excellent sailing, but you can get out in the water on a canoe, kayak or sailboat. The views are majestic, the nighttimes peaceful and serene, and there are nearly a hundred campsites just waiting for you to call them yours. Visit during the famed Lobster Festival or the North Atlantic Blues Festival--this is a cultural destination and a natural wonder.

Don’t take the name too seriously: Hermit Island near Phillipsburg has almost 300 campsites all along the shoreline and cliffs. There is always easy access to the water, plus hiking trails and a marina where you can either store your boat or rent one of theirs. (And check out the local fresh seafood. It’s to die for.)

There is much to do on Maine’s beaches for the camping enthusiast. Enjoy the culture, or just embrace the sand and waves.

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