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Standish, ME

Kiwanis Beach by Tentrr

Official Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.The Island View: Break away from the chaos of everyday life and have a relaxing getaway on your own private sandy beach. At Island View at Kiwanis Beach you have your own inlet where you can fish, swim, canoe or kayak. Listen to the loons warn their young when the eagle flies overhead. Enjoy beautiful sunrises over the lake.Lake Front: Right on the shores of Watchic Lake in Standish, Maine. Walk from your tent to the lake in less than 20 steps. Enjoy a sandy beach where you can fish, swim, canoe, kayak, or just plain old sun bathe. We now offer our backcountry site. It has a platform with an 8X10 tent with a full size bed. Outside the tent you have a hibachi charcoal grill, propane camp stove, a fire pit with 2 Adirondack chairs and a picnic table. Site has a camper loo with porta potty near by.Bunkhouse: Stay in our cute bunkhouse. Bunkhouse has a full size bed and sleeper sofa. It has electricity with small refrigerator, microwave and coffeemaker. Outdoors is a charcoal grill and picnic table. Water and toilet nearby. Enjoy a sandy beach where you can fish, swim, canoe, kayak, or just plain old sun bathe (Don't forget your SPF!) Listen to the loons lull you to sleep at night and watch a gorgeous sunrise in the morning.Group site at Kiwanis Beach is set up of a max of 4 tents. Picnic tables provided, fire pit, porta potty near by. So, pack your camping gear and be ready for some lake side primitive camping!

Steep Falls, ME

Riverside Lavender Farm by Tentrr

Official Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.Gorgeous and private. You have a short walk down a path to your site on the river. The tent this year has one queen bed with Sealy mattress rather than two queen bunks. We are able to comfortably facilitate TWO guests at a time. Included are bed linens, towels, pots/pans/ camp dishware, bbq grill that takes charcoal (not provided), campwood at your site, two kayaks, paddles, life vests. You have private entry to the river for swimming, fishing, etc. We have cornhole, ladderball and horseshoe games available (free of charge). Because we have had issues with "well behaved pets" attacking our farm animals, animals must be approved, by phone, prior to booking/arrival and must remain tethered at all times.There are walking/hiking trails in all directions, 5-15 min drive to any of them. There are two convenience markets, both within 2 miles of the farm. There is also a large market and a breakfast/lunch spot within 5 miles of the farm. The lavender fields are in bloom from the third week of June through the first week of August every year. The beauty of the land and the placement of the site on the river is nothing short of breathtaking. If relaxation is what you seek- you've found it. If you need a bit more to do... you have those options as well. During the bloom, we encourage guests to visit our website and book a wreath making class, or pick up tickets to some of the live music performances held on farm grounds.

Steep Falls, ME

Horseshoe River Brookside by Tentrr

Official Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.Brookside: Less than an hour away from Mount Washington, this campsite is perfect for history buffs and hikers alike. Located in the abundant woods surrounding the majestic Saco river, you will find the historic Maine Central Railroad (MEC). The legendary MEC dates back to the 1800s making these railway tracks a perfect spot to stop and snap some fun photos. A short walk from the MEC you can discover a swimmers paradise. A warm sandy beach hiding behind the trees, even the locals have yet to discover. Come enjoy the beautiful waterfalls, warm waters, and soothing sounds of nature here in these secluded woods.Outlook: We welcome our guests to this unique and remarkable location. About an hour southeast of Mount Washington or a ten-minute drive to Maines's second largest lake, Sebago Lake. Just a trail walk away from your campsite, you will find the historic Maine central railroad- whether your adventurous side calls for an outdoor nature walk or perhaps a fun photo op for the history buff in you, there's plenty of sightseeing for all. Kayaking, canoeing, and fishing is made easy here. Wake up to the Eastern Maine sunrise and fall asleep to the sound of loons and owls, in this wilderness hideaway. Come Indulge your off-grid spirit here in Vacationland.Hidden Beach: Wooded retreat right off the banks of the naturally flowing Saco river. In this secluded forest, you will find colorful wild berries, bountiful fishing, an extremely hard-working beaver, a historical railway, your own private beach and minutes walk to a river waterfall where you can lay on the sand and soak up the warm sun. Plenty of space to find yourself one with mother nature and all she has to offer.You can also enjoy a day trip to Portland or North Conway, New Hampshire, from this campsite. Peruse the independent bookstores, grab a lobster roll or pick up some sweet treats at the Whtie Mountain Cupcakery. LL Bean fans can also reach the flagship store and outlet in Freeport within a one-hour drive.Your Signature campsite sleeps up to 6 campers - two on the Queen Bed (with bedding) in the platform safari tent and up to 4 additional campers in the included pop-up tent. The site also comes with a picnic table, fire pit, and Adirondack chairs where you can kick back and take in the stars at night. Our campsite is pet-friendly as long as your dog does well with other dogs and small children.If you're looking to camp with friends or another family we have 3 Tentrr campsites on this property: Horsehoe River: Brookside, Horsehoe River: Hidden Beach, and Horseshoe River Outlook. The sites are approximately 200-300 yards from each other. Brookside is pretty tucked away from the other two sites.

Center Tuftonboro, NH

Lava Rock by Tentrr

Official Tentrr site. Tentrr is a trusted partner of BookOutdoors.The campsite is in Canaan Valley in Tuftonboro, NH, located in the Ossipee Mountains. The mountains are what is left of an old extinct volcano that erupted around 100 million years ago. After three eruptions ten million years apart, the famous ring dike was formed. There are only three mountain ranges in the world that are similar.From this campsite, you can hike to vantage points that will look over Lake Winnipesaukee, and if you continue on, there is time enough in the day to reach the top of Mt. Shaw that will give you the view Mt. Washington and the White Mountains. On-site, the mountain-fed pond is great for swimming and has cleaner water than most lakes. Enjoy the mowed field for games or sun. Walk to our local artist and woodworking shops. You can take a wood carving course here in the valley. Visit local attractions like the Castle In The Clouds, Lake Winnipesaukee, and local town shops.In the evening, enjoy the fire, stargaze, and fall asleep to the sound of Canaan Brook gurgling down the valley.This campsite is equipped with the following:Flush toilet.-Screened in gazebo.-propane heater -Hot water outdoor shower.-New gravel road allowing campers to drive right to the tent site.-Well marked hiking trails.-Clean mountain fed swimming pond .-Charcoal grill and new picnic table at the pond.(supply your own charcoal)-Campfire wood for sale on side of the driveway on the way into camp site.-The queen size bunk bed is equipped with cover sheets only, so please bring your own bedding or sleeping bags.Just added WI-FI this week!

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