No dog pens allowed.
Salty Acres Campground
277 Mills Rd.
Leashes should be no more than six feet long.
Pets can stay in the cottages with a $150 refundable deposit.
128 North Village Rd.
Choose between sun and shade sites.
Great ocean views here.
Libby’s Oceanside Campground
You can’t get closer to the ocean than this.
Portland and Casco Bay
Desert Dunes of Maine
95 Desert Rd.
There’s a dog run at this campground.
Recompense Shore Campground at Wolfe’s Neck Farm
134 Burnett Rd.
Over a third of their campers bring pets and the campground is part of a non-profit dedicated to sustainable agriculture, education, and recreation.
Winslow Memorial Park and Campground
Staples Point Rd.
There’s a boat launch and great views.
Orrs Island Campground
44 Bond Point
Dogs can go to the beach!
Meadowbrook Camping Area
33 Meadowbrook Rd.
They have their own lobster pound. Very cool.
Blueberry Pond Campground
218 Poland Range Rd.
Big sites and privacy at this campground.
Bradbury Mountain State Park
528 Hallowell Rd.
56 Saco St.
Lots of activities here.
Shore Hills Campground and R.V. Park
553 Wiscasset Rd.
There are some breed restrictions. Dogs are allowed on the ferry to Monhegan Island nearby.
Camden Hills State Park
Feel like you’re in the wilderness.
Lake Pemaquid Camping
Lots of lakeside adventure at this campground.
Sagadahoc Bay Campground
Sagadahoc Bay Rd.
Kampa the camp dog will shares the rules.
Warren Island State Park
Small campsite only accessible by boat.
Camden Hills RV Resort
Two dogs per site allowed.
Nascar RV Resort Megunticook
Get your race on!
Searsport Shores Camping Resort
216 West Main St.
There’s a dog park with a kiddie (or is that doggie?) pool. Coo
Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
Settlement Quarry Rd.
There’s a one-time per stay $2 fee for dogs.
Acadia and Downeast
Acadia National Park
There are two campsites at Acadia, both near the beach.
First come, first served.
Hadley’s Point Rd.
There’s church services on site on Sundays.
Mt. Desert Narrows
1219 State Highway 3
This waterfront campground has two other area sites.
Bass Harbor Campground
Look for harbor seals.
There’s a charge of $1 per night for pets.
Greenland Cove Campground
East Grand Lake
There’s boat rentals and fishing.
Cobscook Bay State Park
The park is surrounded by water on three sides.
16 Norwood Rd.
You have to love a place with a restaurant called The Old Sow!
The Waltons Campground
211 Riverside Dr. Eddington Maine 04428
They have miles and miles of trails and a dog trainer on site.
Patten Pond Camping Resort
1470 Bucksport Rd.
Enjoy kayaking on this large lake.
Somes Sound View Campground
86 Hall Quarry Rd.
You can rent kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats.
Smuggler’s Den Campground
28 Main St.
Acadia trails can be accessed from the campground.
21 Village Rd.
The campground is at Joy Cove.
Narrows Too Camping Resort
Bar Harbor Rd.
Like its sister site, this is also oceanfront camping.
Balsam Woods Campground
112 Pond Rd.
They are “very pet friendly” and have a snack bar.
Lily Bay State Park
Lily Bay Rd.
There are two sites with access to Moosehead Lake.
Moosehead Family Campground
312 Moosehead Lake Rd. (Rte. 15)
Nature abounds but it’s still near things to do.
Katahdin Shadows Campground and Cabins
Lots of activities, including hayrides on Saturdays.
Pine Grove Campground and Cottages
Campsites are along the Penobscot River.
Shin Pond Village
1489 Shin Pond Rd.
Eddie, the Chocolate Lab will welcome you.
Arndt’s Aroostook River Lodge and Campground
95 Parkhurst Siding Rd.
Dogs are welcome at the campground.
Aroostock State Park
87 State Park Rd.
There’s a boat launch.
Pets are not allowed in cabins.
Peaks-Kenny State Park
500 State Park Rd.
Pets are not allowed at the beach.
Pleasant Hill RV Park and Campground
45 Mansell Rd.
Pets can stay in rental trailers for $10/night.
Pumpkin Patch RV Resort
149 Billings Rd.
No tents, Pit Bulls, or Rottweilers at this RV camp.
Five Seasons Family Resort
156 Five Seasons Rd.
Pets are welcome at the campground.
83 Christie’s Camp Rd.
This campground is open all year.
Stetson Shores Campground
This campground is on a spring-fed lake.
Bethel Outdoor Adventure and Campground
There’s a great walking trail that crosses right over the Androscoggin River with baggie dispensers along the way in case you’re caught short!
River Run Camping and Canoe Rental
It looks like dogs can go in the water!
Shannon’s Saco River Sanctuary
You can rent canoes.
Pets are welcome for a small fee except during the Fryeburg Fair.
Loon’s Haven Family Campground
Lots to do for kids.
Lakeside Pines Campground
The lake is 12 miles long and they have canoe rentals.
Bald Mountain Reserve
Bald Mountain Rd.
Primitive campsites with hiking, fishing, and swimming.
Honey Run Beach and Campground
456 East Shore Rd.
No beach for the doggies.
Rangeley Lake State Park
This small campground has a boat launch.
Free, primitive sites near the Appalachian Trail.
No swim time for the pooches.
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