Owning an RV is the greatest way to explore all of the natural beauty, unique architecture and diverse culture that exists throughout this magnificent world of ours. It’s a freedom unlike anything other, providing you and your loved ones with countless opportunities for learning and growth.
Still, after several years of traveling, it can be difficult to branch out and identify new roads you’ve yet to discover. That’s why the folks at Newmar are excited to share with you a series of blog articles – each one focusing on a different region in the U.S. or Canada.
Today, we’d like to tell you about our five favorite lesser-known locations in the Northeast (also see 5 Midwest Travel Gems) – each representing some of the region’s best locales.
Keeper of Connecticut’s share of the Long Island Sound shoreline, Madison is a peaceful place named a “Dream Town” by Coastal Living Magazine. And it’s no wonder, especially when you consider Madison’s delightful harbor and character-filled shops.
Where to stay: Seaport RV Resort and Campground
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Near the wonderful Green Mountain National Forest, the Northeast Kingdom – or “NEK,” as the locals say – is made up of three Vermont counties that showcase the state’s beauty while providing visitors with an almost endless list of family-friendly activities.
Where to stay: Moose River Campground
Home to a large part of Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor combines unforgettable views with a whole heap of outdoor fun and exploration. The best part? The opportunity to end each day enjoying some of the freshest seafood you’ll ever taste.
Where to stay: Mt. Desert Narrows Camping Resort
Another mouthwatering seafood mecca, Kennebunk sits about four hours south of Bar Harbor and is a shining example of East Coast beauty. Kennebunk houses a surprising number of distinct neighborhoods, and you’ll even find the Seashore Trolley Museum.
Where to stay: Red Apple Campground
If you wish to view New England’s amazing woodlands in all of their glory, you won’t find a more natural setting than the White Mountain National Forest. A hiker’s paradise, the forest is especially gorgeous during the fall and winter months.
Where to stay: Country Bumpkins Campground