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Welcome to Tentrr in Camping Maine’s Midcoast and Islands

Camping in Maine’s Midcoast and Islands region gives you the chance to climb high peaks and then look out to sea on the ocean and islands lying out before you. Located between Portand and Bangor, the Midcoast and Islands have drawn crowds for hundreds of years, including great authors, poets and artists.

If you’re looking for a sandy beach on the Atlantic, then look no further than the hidden gem that is Reid State Park. Camping here, visitors will enjoy luxurious beaches like Mile and Half Mile--sandy beaches are rare in Maine, so be sure to get the most of them. But it’s not just the sand that draws people here: geologic tours of these beaches reveal the ancient history of this region.

And just because you’re camping doesn’t mean that you can’t leave the campfire and enjoy the burgeoning foodie scene that stretches across Midcoast and Islands, including restaurants, diners, and pubs in Belfast, Camden, Rockland, Wiscasset, Brunswick, Bath, and more. Wasses hot dogs are a must have, and Red Eats is an iconic place to grab lobster.

Campers in Midcoast and Islands will be treated to all manner of cultural activities, including Weinerfest (celebrating the wiener dogs), the Maine Lobster Festival, Damariscotta’s Pumpkinfest, and the Highland Games and Scottish Festival.

With a land so full of things to see and do (and eat!) you can’t afford to miss camping at Maine’s Midcoast and Islands.

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