Magical Moosehead

No matter what flavor of outdoor adventure you seek, Maine’s largest lake has it covered!
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Overnight Sensation: Camping the Boston Harbor Islands

For a super-unique, super-cool camping trip, reserve a site in the Boston Harbor Islands! Text & Photos by Tom Richardson Despite the fact that all of the Boston Harbor islands are now part of a National Recreation Area, many locals don’t realize that you can camp on several of them. Rustic tent sites with grills are available on Bumpkin, Lovells and Grape Islands, while yurts (round, canvas-sided cabins) can be rented on Peddocks Island. All of the islands hold a boatload...
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Camping Maine’s Warren Island

For a unique boat-camping experience, plan a visit to Warren Island State Park in Maine’s Penobscot Bay. Text & Photos by Tom Richardson Remote, 70-acre Warren Island is located 3 miles east of Lincolnville and a stone’s throw from Islesboro’s Grindel Point, making it accessible by both boat and kayak. There is a long pier for dropping off gear and passengers, as well as several courtesy moorings, along the island’s protected eastern shore. Once on the island, visitors will find 12 campsites...
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Camping on Boston Harbor’s Bumpkin Island

When it comes to unique camping destinations, it’s hard to top Bumpkin Island. This 32-acre, scrub- and sumac-covered hillock in Boston Harbor…
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North Country Camping

New Hampshire’s North Country is loaded with camping option, both private and public. Those looking for a true “wilderness” experience can choose from one of the region’s primitive sites, while those who want to enjoy camping with…
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