With 5,500 miles of Atlantic coastline, it’s no wonder Maine is known for rocky shores, lighthouses and lobster. Best of all, Maine campgrounds are ideally situated to soak it all in. Acadia National Park near Bar Harbor boasts 35,000 acres of classic forest made for hiking and biking, as well as a craggy coastline with views of migrating whales. Follow the Lighthouse Coast south to classic vacation towns like Camden, Stonington and Kennebunkport. Don’t miss Maine’s equally striking interior, especially the grand cliffs and deep pine forest surrounding Moosehead Lake. Check out the shops at Kittery, or stop in at the L.L. Bean Flagship store in Freeport. Use your RV, tent or cabin as a base camp to see all of that Maine has to offer.