The Kennebec Valley is best known for fertile farmlands, countless lakes, streams and ponds, and the Kennebec River. While all types of outdoor activities abound throughout the valley, whitewater rafting on many of the beautiful rivers that flow through this region is especially important. While the Kennebec Valley contains some of Maine’s largest cities – Waterville, Skowhegan and Maine’s capitol city, Augusta – it is best known for its rolling countryside and quiet, old-fashioned villages that define the Winthrop, China and Belgrade Lakes area and others to the north.
The Maine Camping Guide is printed annually and is also available online for your convenience! Flip through the pages to find out more information about the +180 Maine Campgrounds nestled in beautiful landscapes across eight regions of the state, full of activities, nature, and more.