Camping in Maine

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We just returned from a fantastic camping trip to Maine. The weather was perfect, we had no agenda (besides eating a lot of lobster), and I tuned out of social media. It was a great way to spend a few days.

Lucille Jean, our 1964 Shasta camper at Wolf’s Neck campground, spot 115.

We stayed at a really cool campground called Wolfe’s Neck. It was a campground, a farm, and an educational center about a half hour north of Portland in Freeport. They had cows, chickens, goats, a camp store, cafe and farmer’s market. It was basically the best campground that we have ever been to. You could get lobster rolls and ice cream at the cafe. What else do you need in a campground?

Farm cat enjoying the sun
Camp store at Wolfe’s Neck
Our Vintage Shasta camper LucilleJean with Vintage Ice Bucket