Maine Coast RV Vacation Travel
Maine Coast RV Vacation Travel will offer World War I airplanes, shipbuilding museums, brass lamp Stanley Steamers, and narrow gage steam engines while you enjoy quiet beaches, amusement rides, ocean-side golfing, and outlet shopping malls.  In Camden and Rockland you can cruise on a tall sailing ship.
Maine’s mid Coast is a hundred miles of beach and estuarine marsh Here you can visit the Seashore Trolley Museum in Kennebunkport, the Auto Museum at Wells, the Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Museum in Portland, the Shipbuilding Museum in Bath, the Owls Head Antique Air Museum in Rockland, and the schooners of Camden without ever straying far from coastal
Route One.  Many of the parks along the coast welcome the largest motor homes and have even made your visit to museums, malls, and beaches easier by operating shuttle services.  
At least
60 parks in the area offer hookups, dumping stations and 30-50 amp supply, some with ocean-side drive-thrus, complete with heated pools, pet areas, boat rentals, and fishing.  Most are open from mid-May to mid-September with some staying open till the end of the foliage season in mid-October.     
This little stretch of RV heaven has for additional diversion two of Maine’s largest outlet malls: Kittery, one mile of outlet stores along Route One, and Freeport, an outlet theme park and home of LL Bean’s 24-hour retail store and a hundred other places to shop.  
The Maine Coast:
Coastal Maine  keeps everyone in the family happy.
Lighthouse museums like Pemaquid Point Light trip.
Deer Isle Camping North of Bucksport
Vacation planning easier.

Maine's South Coast, Maine's Mid Coast, and Maine's North Coast,  and take them in turn to investigate the options.

Your style of vacation will determine where you go; each of these sections of the coast are distinctly different.
On Maine's South Coast  you have Shopping and many modern RV parks
On Maine's Mid coast you have
museums.
On Maine's North coast you have nature and solitude. Each section, however, has ample doses of all three attractions and in any section of Maine you will find diversity.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse Museum
Maine Coast RV Vacation Travel will offer museums, beaches, nature preserves, shopping and many modern RV parks. On Maine's south coast you have shopping and art museums, Mid coast, beaches and transportation museums, Maine's North coast,kayaking,nature.
Maine Coast RV Vacation Travel will offer lighthouses, lobster villages, and nature preserves on Maine's mid and north coast.  Maine's North coast is notable for sightseeing, kayaking, and nature preserves.
Maine Coast RV Vacation Travel in the south of Maine will offer museums, beaches, nature preserves, shopping and many modern RV parks. On Maine's south coast you have more developed towns with outlet shopping, art museums, steam trains and nature preserves.
Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and  Museum
Steamed lobster and clams Maine coast
How to Reach the Maine Coast  From Boston Go north on Route I-95 to Portsmouth New Hampshire.  and then Maine.  The first coastal town will be Kittery
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