When the early settlers first went camping in Maine, they were impressed with their surroundings—especially the pine trees that covered much of the region—so Maine became known as the Pine Tree State. But RV parks in Maine are a lot more than pine trees. In fact, RV camping in Maine may be at the Atlantic Coast within steps of the sandy beach or high atop a rocky mountain. Of course, all that and what's in between provides a huge variety of activities. Explore the coast, mountains, woods, rivers, and lakes by kayak, bike, or RV.
There may be no other state or province that offers a larger percentage of protected wilderness