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The best campervan rentals in Maine

Maine is a state where the rocky coastlines and nature areas are abundant. The northeasternmost U.S., Maine has plenty of moose, as well as granite spruce islands in Acadia National Park for visitors to explore!, get your campervan rental and come see what all the hype is about. 

Our Favorite Campervan & RV Rental Destinations in Maine

Maine's outdoor activities never take a day or season off. They are always around to explore and enjoy. Its outdoorsy attractions span from bird watching in springtime to snowshoeing during wintertime; only limited by your imagination because no matter what you choose it will bring an unforgettable experience that you will never forget.


Maine is truly an eating destination like no other place on earth. The award-winning chefs of this beautiful state bring creativity and passion into their cooking as Mainers have done since before our country was founded. If you love seafood or craft beer head straight up north towards Acadia National Park where some words cannot even describe what awaits your taste buds. 



Maine has more seaside walks than any other U.S. state, and the dramatic scenery of Mount Desert Island is a painter’s paradise year-round with its diverse landscape that ranges from saltwater marshes to bald eagles soaring overhead at Acadia National Park. Campervan rentals are very popular and make it easy to see more of this beautiful state.

Maine Fun Facts

Maine, known as the Pine Tree State, contains approximately 17.6 million acres of forest land, which covers 89 percent of the state's land area.

With 30,843 square miles, Maine is the largest of the six New England states. Maine's Eastport is the easternmost city in the continental U.S.

Maine's official state insect is the honeybee. Personal care products company Burt's Bees originated in Maine in 1984 as a candle-making company using wax from Burt Shavitz's local bees.

There are about 43 people per square mile in Maine. By comparison, New Jersey has more than 1,200 people per square mile.

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