1 Robinson Way, Kennebunk, ME, 04043
Yankeeland RV Resort opens every year on May 1st and is open until Columbus Day weekend. We offer nightly, weekly, monthly or full Seasonal camping. Our amenities include free WiFi, a swimming pool open Memorial Day until Labor Day, a pavilion with gas grills and a fireplace, hot showers, laundry, playgrounds, Mousam River access and more. When you check in at our office, you will see our rec hall, a game room, TV and lending library. We also have a small store, with firewood, ice, newspapers, snacks, ice cream, beverages, coffee and tea to start your day!
Yankeeland Campground is a campground located near Kennebunk, Maine. It features 204 full or partial hookup campsites that are big rig friendly. Many of them accommodate slide out RVs. The park provides free WiFi, allows pets, and has a dump station.
Amenities & Activities
Campsite amenities offered include a gift shop, a pavilion, a swimming pool, a playground, picnic tables, fire circles, and grills. It also includes basic amenities like restrooms with hot showers and laundry facilities. Visitors can also enjoy activities such as whale-watching, lobster bakes, golfing, biking, hiking, fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.
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Open Dates: May 1 to October 12
Standard Sites $4,000
Max 8 People
Tax Rate: 9%
Payment Requirement: Reservation total paid upfront
Book 90 Days in advance and receive 30% off
Book 60 Days in Advance and get 20% off
Guest Fees: $5 per day per guest over the age of two
All pets must be registered at the office with proof of vaccinations
All sites are 30 Amps with Water Hookups.
|Options||Starting Daily||Starting Weekly||Starting Monthly|
|Full Hookup Site||$75.00||$440.00||$1,100.00|
Propane Refilling Station
Fire Ring / Grill
Kayaking & Canoeing
1 Robinson Way, Kennebunk, ME, 04043Click to open the map
Come to Kennebunk and Kennebunkport (collectively known as "The Kennebunks") and find the Bush family summer home, the freshest New England cuisine, the incredible light, the sea at play against the rocky shore. All that makes Maine Maine is here, but on a much smaller, less touristy scale. Visit Walker's Point, the Bush compound; Ride an authentic electric trolley at the Seashore Trolley Museum; Meander the One-Mile Education Trail at Rachel Carson Wildlife Refuge; visit the shops in Kennebunkport. Nearby Gooch's Beach is among the state's best. Indulge in delectable, locally sourced fare. Maine fish and clam chowder, crabmeat sandwiches, fresh off the boat lobster, whoopie pie, and craft brews are just a few samplings to discover!