Tucked among gorgeous mixed hardwoods, visitors will find the Pleasant Hill Campground in Hermon, Maine. The family-friendly campground lives up to its name as it sits in a charming, quiet town filled with fun attractions that will ensure two and four-legged visitors have a pawsitively pleasant stay -- from unforgettable visits to the nearby Cole Land Transportation Museum, local art shops, and farmers markets to breathtaking viewpoints on New Hermon Mountain. The tent and RV campground is located under 5 miles from downtown Bangor, and it can be easily accessed off Interstate 95, making it a great spot not only for those visiting Maine but also for those who are just passing through.
The amenity-laden Pleasant Hill Campground consists of 105 spacious campsites, many of which provide full or partial shade while others are open and sunny. The campground’s surface is made up of grass and paved roads that make it easy for RVs to navigate through the loops. There are primitive tent sites, full hookup sites with 30 and 50 amp connections available, as well as large and wide sites for those with slide outs. If you are visiting with a group of friends, simply need more space or a spot for a family reunion, the Pleasant Hill Campground offers a large group camping area with plenty of room for tents, eight partial hookup sites, and a common fire pit. Single-family campsites start at $24 per night and allow dogs. Visitors also have an option to rent a trailer for $80 per night, but not if they are traveling with their fur-ball.
The campground features paid WiFi, but it is unlikely that you will want to use it considering all the other attractions on-site. You can spend your days by the well-stocked fishing pond or cooling off in the swimming pool after a long day of hiking with your canine companion. There is also a recreational hall and a camp store with all the essentials you might need. In addition to on-site activities, campers can take advantage of Pleasant Hill Campground's central location and go on day trips to Moosehead Lake, Baxter State Park, or Acadia National Park.