10 Tips for Terrific Tenting!

These simple tips will make your next tent-camping adventure more enjoyable.
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Paddlers’ Trail

Discover the joys of exploring the upper Connecticut River in Vermont and New Hampshire and the free campsites managed by the Northern Forest Canoe Trail.
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Island Idyll: Deer Isle, Maine

Enjoy camping on your very own Maine coast island!
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Magical Moosehead: Moosehead Lake, Maine

No matter what flavor of outdoor adventure you seek, Maine’s largest lake has it covered!
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Camping Maine’s Warren Island

Text & Photos by Tom RichardsonRemote, 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 and 3 lean-tos, all with ocean views. There are 3 group sites in the center of the...
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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
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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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