Find York County Maine campgrounds. Campgrounds provide information about camping, tent camping, Reserve and ReserveAmerica, KOA, RV resorts, campsites, camping sites, and cabins.
Alfred Walnut Grove Campground 599 Gore Road Alfred ME 04002 207-324-1207
Apache Campground 165 Bernier Road Sanford ME 04073 207-324-5652
Apple Valley Campground 120 Apple Valley Lane Acton ME 04001 207-636-2285
Berwick Beaver Dam Campground 551 School Street Berwick ME 03901 207-698-2267
Cape Neddick Campground 63 Shore Dr York ME 03902 207-363-4366
Dixons Campground 1740 US Route 1 Cape Neddick ME 03902 207-363-3626
Gregoire Campground 697 Sanford Road Wells ME 04090 207-646-3711
Heavenlee Acres Campground 75 Cemetery Road Lebanon ME 04027 207-457-1260
Hidn Pines Family Campground 8 Cascade Road Old Orchard Beach ME 04064 207-934-2352
Indian Rivers Campground 66 Indian River Drive Eliot ME 03903 207-748-0844
Little Ossipee Lake Campground 4030 Sokokis Trail Waterboro ME 04030 207-247-5875
Mousam River Campground 284 Alfred Road Kennebunk ME 04043 207-985-2507
Nere Beach Family Campground 38 Saco Avenue Old Orchard Beach ME 04064 207-934-7614
Ocean View Cottage & Campground 84 Harbor Road Wells ME 04090 207-646-3308
Old Orchard Beach Campground 27 Ocean Park Road Old Orchard Beach ME 04064 207-934-4477
Old Orchard Beach KOA Campground 814A Portland Road Saco ME 04072 888-271-2681
Pinederosa Campground 128 North Village Road Wells ME 04090 207-646-2492
Potters Campground 18 Bakers Grant Road Lebanon ME 04027 207-457-1007
Potters Place Campground 89 Bakers Grant Road Lebanon ME 04027 207-457-1341
Powder Horn Family Campground 48 Cascade Road Old Orchard Beach ME 04064 207-934-4733
For RV Parks, reservations are usually required. Other Campgrounds may accept reservations without requiring them. Many Campgrounds designate a portion of their campsites as first come first serve.
There are some free Campgrounds within national or state parks and forests. Other public Campgrounds charge fees for part of the year, but allow free camping during seasons when visitation numbers are lower.
Each Campground has its own rules regarding pets. Even in cases where pets are permitted, they are usually required to be leashed or under the owner's control at all times. Keeping pets on a leash minimizes unwanted interactions with wildlife, transmission of diseases, and disruption to other campers.