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South Portland lies just across the Fore River from the largest city in Maine, Portland. The larger Portland was once one of the grittiest working harbors in the northeast and is now home to craft breweries, vintage clothing stores, and coffee shops.

When you rent an RV here, you can also enjoy the beauty and simplicity of Maine’s Down East culture in the much lesser traveled South Portland. You’ll still find plenty of excellent local businesses, particularly along the waterfront of the Fore River, but hopefully with fewer crowds. Should you decide you’re up for it, there are all the great attractions of the city just a short drive away and if you’re craving some serious big-city adventures when you book an RV in South Portland, Boston is just a train ride away on Amtrak’s Downeaster line.

The Great Outdoors

Thanks to the numerous railroads that once populated the landscapes of New England, there are a number of excellent rail trails open to cyclists and hikers. One of the best in the South Portland region is the Eastern Trail running between Saco and Scarborough for eight miles. The trail is unpaved but consists of packed dirt and gravel, so it’s an easy ride or walk regardless of your physical condition.

Across the Fore River in Portland is Eastern Promenade Park, the city’s premier park overlooking Casco Bay. Built in the 19th century by the famous Olmstead brothers, it includes over two miles of walking paths that are popular with cyclists and joggers. East End Beach is also inside the park and serves as Portland’s only public beach. Kayak rentals are usually available from vendors there, so consider exploring the islands just a mile’s paddle away or skirting along the city’s coastline before heading up the Fore River.

There’s also South Portland’s most famous green space, Bug Light Park. Centered on Bug Light, also called the Portland Breakwater Lighthouse, the nine-acre park has some great views of the Portland skyline and a few short trails skirting the coast. Many visitors who have their own kayak (or who rent them from stores in Portland) launch from the park’s boat ramp to paddle around the Casco Bay Islands.

RV Parks

They don’t call Maine “Vacationland” for nothing; there are dozens of RV parks and campgrounds throughout the state, and quite a few of them are easily reachable when you get a motorhome rental in South Portland. One of the closest to town is Wassamki Springs Campground near Scarborough. Here you’ll be treated to full hookups for your RV rental from South Portland along with laundry facilities, showers, a dump station, and beautiful lakefront sites. If you’d like to stay close to Portland, this place is worth considering.

Another option is Bayley’s Camping Resort near Old Orchard Beach. Not only does it have full hookups, a swimming pool, and its own café, but the resort also has a pavilion next to the pool where there’s live music on many weekends. Additionally, this is one of the best places to consider camping when you get a travel trailer rental in South Portland simply because it’s so close to southern Maine’s fantastic beaches.

For oceanfront camping away from the crowds though, consider taking your camper rental from South Portland farther up the coast to Yarmouth and the campground at Winslow Memorial Park. Sites have fewer amenities than those farther south, but you can’t beat the spectacular views of Casco Bay, and it’s not far from the outlet malls in Freeport.

Exploring the City

No trip to Maine would be complete without visiting some of the area’s many lighthouses. While Bug Light and Spring Point Ledge are in South Portland, perhaps the most picturesque one to visit when you rent an RV in South Portland is located on Cape Elizabeth, near the border with New Hampshire. Here you’ll find Portland Head Lighthouse, the oldest operating lighthouse in Maine. It’s one of the most photographed locations in the state, gracing the face of thousands of postcards.

Postcard-worthy lighthouses aside, there are so many fascinating streets to explore in the Portland metro’s urban area. Congress Street is one of the best, lined with fantastic restaurants along with numerous galleries exhibiting the finest works from Portland’s thriving artist community.

For a more offbeat attraction though, check out the International Cryptozoology Museum. Inside are some fantastic exhibits dedicated to yetis, the Loch Ness monster, and all sorts of other creatures that lack scientific evidence to substantiate their existence. While it will seem a little far-fetched to some, the museum doesn’t require that you believe in these unexplained creatures. Instead, it serves as a gateway to studying the natural sciences by merely sparking curiosity.

RV Rentals in South Portland, ME

South Portland, ME is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in South Portland. Outdoorsy's South Portland RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

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Nearby to South Portland are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Acadia National Park, Mount Major State Park, White Mountain National Forest, Monadnock State Forest, and Crawford Notch State Park.

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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Arethusa Falls and Frankenstein Cliff Trail Bartlett New Hampshire
Mount Major and Brook Trail Loop Alton Bay New Hampshire
West Middlesex Fells Reservation Bike Loop Stoneham Massachusetts
Champney Falls Trail Conway New Hampshire
Mount Willard Trail Carroll New Hampshire
Lonesome Lake Trail Lincoln New Hampshire
3 Purgatory Falls Trail Lyndeborough New Hampshire
Tuckerman Ravine Trail to Mount Washington Gorham New Hampshire
Welch and Dickey Loop Trail Thornton New Hampshire
Mount Lafayette and Franconia Ridge Trail Loop Franconia New Hampshire

Nearby Campgrounds

Portsmouth Harbour Trail

attraction Rye, NH
One great way to know the city and its history it to take the Harbour Trail Tour. Beginning June to early October. You'll discover Portsmouth?s landmarks, historic downtown and waterfront. Tours are given by trained guides.

Strawbery Banke Museum

attraction Portsmouth, NH
The neighborhood's history traces back to 1630, and today it is a living museum. Visitors will be treated to tours by costumed role players, learn about the arts and crafts of the day, heritage gardens, and eat traditional foods.

Prescott Park

attraction Portsmouth, NH
Located along the waterfront, you can relax enjoy the 10 acres of flower gardens, pathways, and grass areas perfect for a picnic. You can also enjoy the Arts Festival where you can watch alfresco theater performances and listen to music.

Flagg?s RV Resort

campground York, ME
A couple blocks from the beach this RV resort is well kept and very welcoming. Walk to the beach or enjoy the green grass and quiet solitude of this lovely home away from home for your RV rental trip.

Libby?s Oceanside Camp

campground York, ME
Escape to an amazing location overlooking the Atlantic waters and spot the lighthouse off in the distance. With water front sites and friendly neighbors all within walking distance of one of the great ocean communities in Maine this park is a great place to take your RV rental

Wild Duck Campground

campground Scarborough, ME
Sometimes everyone needs a quiet retreat where they can spend time with the one they love. If you are going on an RV road trip and want to treat your special someone to a relaxing treat, check out Wild Duck Campground in Portland, Maine. This is an adult only RV campground where you can make memories and enjoy some time together. Wild Duck Campground is named for the cute duck families that call this place home. You can watch as ducklings learn how to survive on their own before taking to the sky for the first time. This campground offers full service hook ups and clean restrooms. It offers the largest salt water marsh in the state where you can go out on a kayak or canoe. You will get to spend time with the one you love strolling the property and checking out nature. Bond with your mate in the scenic beauty of a natural wonderland.

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