Freeport / Durham KOA

82 Big Skye Lane

Durham, ME 04222

Reserve: 888-562-5609

Info: 207-688-4288

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BRADBURY MOUNTAIN STATE PARK (3 miles) Photo

BRADBURY MOUNTAIN STATE PARK (3 miles)

Bradbury Mountain State Park is a wonderful place to spend a day or afternoon exploring trails, taking in the magnificent view from the summit, or enjoying a picnic! One of the original 5 state parks in Maine, offering shared-use trails for horseback riders, mountain bikers and snowmobilers.

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FREEPORT (6 miles) Photo

FREEPORT (6 miles)

Home of L.L. Bean (open 24/7 year round), and an extensive selection of factory outlet stores, restaurants and cafes, and beautiful Casco Bay. www.freeportusa.com.
Area attractions include:
-Factory Outlet Shops, Restaurants and Cafes.
-Boating, Canoeing and Kayaking: Outdoor Discovery School, L.L.Bean
-Atlantic Seal Cruises: Light House Cruises and Eagle Island Adventure, (the summer home of Admiral Robert E. Perry, American Arctic explorer who led the first successful attempt to reach the North Pole in 1909).
-Beach: Winslow Memorial Park
-MUSIC SUMMER CONCERT SERIES, at L.L.Bean, June through August. Enjoy fun events and FREE CONCERTS in Freeport all summer longand find out why L.L.Bean's annual Summer in the Park series has become a tradition for many of our customers.

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BRUNSWICK  (10 miles) Photo

BRUNSWICK (10 miles)

Explore quaint shops, galleries, theater, and lots of restaurants. Catch the Maine Eastern Railroad from here with services to Bath, Wiscasset, and Rockland historic seaports and enjoy great views of the Maine Coast along the way.

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PORTLAND (16 miles) Photo

PORTLAND (16 miles)

Surrounded by water on three sides, Portland, offers the best water access to islands, historic forts and lighthouses in Maine, and great dining and shopping.
Area attractions include:
- Lighthouses (6) are accessible.
- Cruise around Casco Bay's islands
- Puffin and Whale Watching and Downeast Duck Adventures
- Children's Museum of Maine
- Portland Museum of Art
-The Portland Harbor Museum features exhibits on local maritime history and restoration of an 1850 clipper ship.
-Theater and Dance, Portland Stage Company , Portland Concert Association , and the Portland Ballet Company.

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BATH  (18 miles) Photo

BATH (18 miles)

Historic shipbuilding town on the Kennebec River, www.visitbath.com .
Home to the Maine Maritime Museum , which houses the largest 6-masted schooner sailing vessel, galleries and exhibits.

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SCARBOROUGH & PINE POINT BEACH  (22 miles) Photo

SCARBOROUGH & PINE POINT BEACH (22 miles)

Scarborough is the home of Cabela's World Foremost Outfitter, and the World's only "Life-Size" Chocolate Moose and Bears, at Lenny's Handmade Candies. The beaches are awesome and close from the campground! White sand beach with miles of walking and parking, just behind the dunes, can be found at Pine Point. Other local beaches are Higgins and Ferry.

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WISCASSET (25 miles) Photo

WISCASSET (25 miles)

Try Maine's first high-flying family adventure park with ZIP LINES, Monkey C Monkey Do! Navigate through more than 30 obstacles from 12 to 50 feet in the air, then zoom along on one of the five zip lines or the GIANT SWING! The uniquely designed course offers multiple levels of difficulty, so no matter where your comfort level lies, you are sure to have an experience you won't forget! They also have an outdoor ice-skating rink, open ALL YEAR round.

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SACO & OLD ORCHARD BEACH  (35 miles) Photo

SACO & OLD ORCHARD BEACH (35 miles)

Enjoy the day at Maine's most famous 7 mile white sand beach, fishing pier, and seaside amusement park which also has upscale shopping and sand building contests. For more information, visit www.oldorchardbeachmaine.com.
Area attractions include:
-Amusement Parks: AquaBoggin Water Park, and Funtown Splashtown USA. We have discount park tickets for sale in the office!
-Monkey Trunks. Enjoy 3 ziplines, a 35-foot high giant swing, swinging beams, tightropes, rolling logs, hanging tires, cargo nets, and more!
-Biking
-Golf Courses

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POPHAM BEACH STATE PARK (36 miles) Photo

POPHAM BEACH STATE PARK (36 miles)

Popham Beach hosts miles of white sand and if you catch the tides right, you can even walk out to the island!

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DAMARISCOTTA (35 miles) and PEMAQUID LIGHTHOUSE and BEACH (50 miles) Photo

DAMARISCOTTA (35 miles) and PEMAQUID LIGHTHOUSE and BEACH (50 miles)

The lighthouse is located in the Damariscotta Region. To get there you have to drive through the historic town of Damariscotta which is full of excellent shops and restaurants. The Damariscotta Mills picnic area has a swimming hole on the lake at "Ice House Park". Pemaquid Beach Park is known for it's white sand beach and the lighthouse is spectacular with crashing surf and unusual rocky formations!

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BOOTHBAY HARBOR  (40 miles) Photo

BOOTHBAY HARBOR (40 miles)

Enjoy the day in one of Maine's most beautiful harbors, filled with art galleries, specialty stores, boatyards, cafes and restaurants. More info: www.boothbayharbor.com.
Area attractions include:
- Puffin and Whale Watching
-The Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens are the largest in New England.
- Maine State Aquarium
-The Boothbay Railway Village includes steam operated narrow gauge trains and antique vehicle exhibits.
- Edgecomb Potters Galleries
- Lighthouses (6) which can be seen from Boothbay Harbor, and (1) on Monhegan Island (off of Boothbay Harbor).

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ROCKLAND  (60 miles) Photo

ROCKLAND (60 miles)

Enjoy the day in one of Maine's most beautiful and historic harbors; home to the Maine Lighthouse Museum, Farnsworth Art Museum, and Owls Head Museum. Rockland is known for its' Summer Festivals, art galleries, specialty stores, boatyards, cafes and restaurants.
Area attractions include:
-Summer Festivals: North Atlantic Blues Festival July 13-14,2013 , Maine Lobster Festival July 31-August 4, 2013, and the Maine Boats and Harbor Show August 9-11, 2013,
- Maine Lighthouse Museum and gift shop,
- Farnsworth Art Museum and Wyeth Center specialized collection focusing on Maine's role in American art,
- Owls Head Transportation Museum , pioneer-era aircraft, antique automobiles, engines, bicycles, carriages and motorcycles,
- Lighthouses (9) 4 are accessible and open to the public and the other 5 can be seen by boat in the harbor.

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