Katahdin & Moosehead in All Regions


123 Bear Point Road, Bowerbank, ME, United States



May 15


Bear Point Marina, Cabins & Campground is a small 24 site campground on the Bowerbank side of Sebec Lake.  We are nestled on the end of Bear Point Road, with a beach and boat launch area. We have two fully equipped cabins which sleep 6. The cabins have many amenities including a deck with a table and chairs, and easy access to the beach.  We have a small camp store, small marina with dockage, and a take out restaurant on the property.  The restaurant offers wood fired brick oven pizza, seafood specials and so much more.  We offer water, 50, 30 and 20 amp electrical hook-ups at every site and a dumping station. We have drive through sites and conveniently located on the ATV trail.  Bowerbank offers trails to many surrounding towns and sites.  We are family owned and operated and working to make sure you experience Maine, the way life should be.  Sebec Lake is a very clean lake and offers, boating, kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, fishing, swimming. Bring your boat, bikes, and other toys and enjoy what the Sebec Lake has to offer.


(207) 974-6241

781 Moosehead Trail, Newport, ME 04953, United States

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May 15th

October 15th


* 100 Full Service Sites & 10 Basic Tent Sites

* Water, Sewer, Internet and Cable

* 50AMP Hookups

*General Store (Camping Accessories, Food, Beverages, Basic Supplies.)

* Dog Friendly

* ATVs, Side-by-Sides, & Pontoon Boat Rentals

* Features: Laundry Facilities, Game Room, Outdoor Swimming Pool, Kids’ Playgound, Pavillion, Live Entertainment


(207) 447-5803

3969 Golden Rd Millinocket, ME 04462


May 15st

Sept. 30th

Abol Bridge Store..and more! – We sell: gasoline, oils, propane, candy, soda, chips, beer, wine, smokes, flies, fishing supplies, and a bunch of other stuff for your convenience.

Campsites – We offer fantastic campsites located on the banks of the West Branch of the Penobscot River and Abol Stream right at the base of Mount Katahdin, ten NEW Bunkhouses which sleep up to SIX people, three twin bunk beds each,  bathrooms & shower house, small boat launch and beach abutting Baxter State Park and the Appalachian Trail


•3000 sq ft Mount Katahdin Pavilion

•Second Shower House & Bathrooms

•Volleyball, Cornhole, Horseshoe Pit

•Log Cabin Rental

•6 RV Sites with Electricity & Water

•Whitewater Rafting with Northern Outdoors (Maine’s first and oldest Rafting Company)

(207) 876-2731

112 Pond Road 04406 Abbot, ME United States


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Balsam Woods Campground is the best choice when you’re looking to go camping in Maine! We’re located in the Moosehead Lake Region. Our convenient location in Maine makes it easy to explore any location in Maine. We take pride in keeping our facilities extremely clean. We have 65 campsites, 3 cabins, and 1 rental camper. Some of our ammenities include a 25’X50′ heated swimming pool, direct ATV trail access to more than 900 miles of trails, a playground, volleyball court, basketball court, horseshoe pit, arcade/rec hall, walking/biking trails, snack bar, fully stocked store, kayak rentals and more! Our activities include Saturday ice cream socials, a Saturday night outdoor PG/G movie, hayrides, Sunday morning pancake breakfasts, and more! Fishing and boating is only 1/2 mile away at Piper Pond(2 miles long/1 mile wide), where there is a public boat launch and beach/picnic area. Come visit Balsam Woods Campground and see for yourself why we are called “Maine’s Cleanest, most Friendly Campground”. We look forward to seeing you!

(207) 882-7323

Golden Rd MIle 28, Millinocket, ME 04462


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May 9th

October 19th

The area north of Millinocket is a vast sweep of forest, dotted with lakes and ledge, and cut by one of the most fabled rivers in Maine, the West Branch of the Penobscot. This is Thoreau country, the setting for the journeys described in Henry David Thoreau’s The Maine Woods. It is a land rich in human and natural history, and nowhere more so than at Big Eddy, where the Penobscot River finally slows after a 5-mile tumble through the rapids of Ripogenus Gorge.

Situated just outside Baxter State Park, Big Eddy is considered a world-class site for Landlocked Salmon and has been a destination for fishermen for at least 100 years. The road to Big Eddy is equally stirring.

Just beyond Millinocket, the grand Katahdin Range looms on the horizon, and the summits of Doubletop, The Owl, the Brothers, and Mt. O-J-I are all visible on a clear day. It is still possible to see more moose than cars on an early-morning drive on the Golden Road. Then there’s the river itself, a dark constant cutting through the region’s geology and culture.

Big Eddy remains one of those rare places that seem unchanged by time. Join us for an experience in one of the most spectacular places in New England!


(207) 723-8391

Baxter State Park Rd, Millinocket Lake, ME 04462


Primitive Cabins, Full Service Cabins, Housekeeping Cottages

May 15

October 8

Big Moose Inn, Cabins and Campground is the destination spot for those searching for outdoor recreation in the northern Maine Woods. Whitewater rafters, fly fishing enthusiasts, photographers and hikers venture from around the globe to the Katahdin Region in search of true wilderness experiences. With world class white water rafting on the class V Penobscot River, Maine’s tallest mountain, Mt. Katahdin (5,267 ft), Baxter State Park and the Appalachian Trail at the front door, it’s no wonder guests travel so far to stay at Big Moose. Big Moose is the closest full service accommodation to Baxter, offering camping. Frederickas Restaurant offers casual fine dining between the lakes and the Loose Moose Bar & Grille, a full service bar, serves light pub fare.  WiFi is available close by within a mile of the campground.

(207) 922-2551

211 Riverside Dr, Eddington, ME 04428, United States


Primitive Cabins and Full-Service Cabins

May 1st

October 15th

The Cold River Campground has easy access to and from major routes. We are minutes to interstate 95 just outside Bangor Maine and 1 mile off of the frequently traveled Route 9 to Canada. Our relaxing Campground features a beautiful swimming pool, nature trails, large pull through full hook up sites as well as wooded tent sites and camping cabins. We also have a video arcade, new laundry facility, dump station, propane filling station and a well stocked country store. We offer planned activities for both children and adults and there is always plenty to do in the area being less than 10 minutes from Bangor Maine attractions and the waterfront pavilion. We are also less than a quarter mile from Penobscot River boating and fishing access and offer easy access to both ATV and hiking trails. See more of us on our website and frequently updated Facebook page.
Come stay with us and enjoy the peaceful atmosphere that we promote.

(207) 852-4700

1 Frost Pond Road, Ripogenus Dam ME, 04441


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May 15th

November 30th

Frost Pond Camps is a Maine Sporting Camp surrounded by numerous waterways and rugged forests. We are located on Frost Pond, which is just West of Baxter Start Park, in across Ripogenus Dam. We have 8 wooded campsites and 7 housekeeping cabins on the shore of Frost Pond. Come and enjoy the peace and quiet of the North Maine Woods! Our primitive campsites will accommodate small RVs and small travel trailers as well as tents. There are not any hook-ups here at Frost Pond of any type. Our guests come to enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, canoeing, kayaking and just plain relaxing! Drinking water and coin operated hot showers are available near the office. We are about 1 hour from Millinocket and 1 and 1/2 hours from Greenville. Ripogenus Lake and Chesuncook Lake are located just a short distance away for those who wish to paddle on large bodies of water. The West Branch of the Penobscot River is nearby for some of the best Salmon fishing in the Eastern U.S. Today is a good day to make your reservation! Online Reservations accepted.

(207) 723-8117

Rt 11 Millinocket, ME 04462 United States


May 15th

September 15th

A family oriented campground in wilderness with modern facilities, large sand beach, group camping area and playground. Hiking on AT Trail and Turtle Ridge Trail. Rec Hall, dump station, lake shore lot, wood,laundry. Hub of 180,000 acre recreation area with 50 remote ponds and lakes, Gulf Hagas Gorge and miles of private roads.

(800) 794-5267

118 Katahdin Shadows Drive, Medway, ME 04460


Primitive Cabins

May 1st

March 31st

The Crown Jewel of Northern Maine Campgrounds. A modern, friendly, full service facility at the gateway to Baxter State Park, Mt. Katahdin, and the north Maine woods.

(207) 695-2700

13 Myrle's Way, Greenville, ME 04441


May 15th

Columbus Day

Lily Bay State Park is located 9 miles north of Greenville, Maine on the eastern shores of magnificent Moosehead Lake. The Park has a generous expanse of 925 acres easily providing for its 90 mixed tent and RV semi-private and well maintained campsites; including 38 waterfront sites (No Hookups). With 117 square miles of water and hundreds of miles of rugged shoreline, Moosehead is the largest lake in New England. Visitors of the Park are treated to a full array of fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling. The Park and surrounding region offer exceptional wildlife and scenic landscape viewing opportunities. Anglers come to the area to fish for native Brook Trout, Land Locked Salmon, Lake Trout (Togue) and Smallmouth Bass.  The Park has several miles of walking trails and is the gateway for various exceptional day hikes in the neighboring territory. The Park hosts a spacious beach complete with a playground, picnic tables, grills, room to recreate and slips available for visitors with all size watercraft. The Park’s Comfort Station provides visitors with the comforts of a hot shower and bathroom facilities 24 hours a day. The Park also has firewood and ice available at our entrance booth. You will find a friendly staff and rangers at the Park from mid-May through mid-October. During the Winter season trails remain groomed for cross-country skiing and snow shoeing.

Park visitors may want to consider a day trip or remote camping experience at Mount Kineo State Park located 12 miles north of Lily Bay by boat or 35 miles by car. Those traveling by car will need to take a one mile commercial ferry ride to the Park. Mt. Kineo offers miles of exceptional hiking along as 800′ cliff and a lookout tower with 360 degree views. 4 remote waterfront sites lie on the north end of the Park and are non-reservable/first come first serve. The sites have tables, fire pits and shared outhouse.