Nestled in Maine's Western Mountain Richardson Lake Region, South Arm Campground entices the lover of nature to delight in all of nature's perfection whether through intimate journeys or in communion with family and friends. Whether you pursue peace or prefer a piece of the action South Arm Campground accomodations satisfy the most ardent camping enthusiast, year after year.
17.5 miles of lake
38 wilderness tent sites
65 campground sites
40 marina slips
Awaken to the grace and dignity of wilderness camping from our remote lakeside and island tenting sites. Emerge to the morning call of a loon. Choose a hushed glide upon calm cove waters or a splashing romp off our sandy beaches. At night, hear all of nature's sweet music and gaze at the milky way above. Take to the woods. Seek new prospects. You have discovered Maine's most charming landscape, South Arm Campground.
The main campground is located on a peninsula and has 65 wooded sites for RVs or tents. 50% are on the lake and most of the off-water sites offer views of the lake. All sites are in a natural forest setting of spruce, hemlock, and birch - all have electric and water hookups (30 amp service). All electricity is run with our generator, please contact us for current generator hours.
Our wilderness campsites include 38 lakeside and island tenting sites accessible only by canoe or boat. Wilderness campsites include fire ring, outhouse, and picnic table.
Peaceful journeys in nature await at South Arm Campground
A fresh morning world awaits tranquil exploration. Sunlight shines through woodlands guiding your travels along the hub of old logging roA fresh morning world awaits tranquil exploration. Sunlight shines through woodlands guiding your travels along the hub of old logging roads.
The quiet waters of Paugus Point, Bur II, and Half Moon Cove invite wilderness canoe adventures, while fresh breezes that rustle the trees lure a paddling reprieve.
A reflective saunter along the nearby Appalachian trail is rivaled only by a watchful moose or deer entranced by the patience of the devoted angler.
All geared up to land salmon, trout or togue, cast your line in 17 miles of lake or fly fish Upper Dam Pool or the Rapid River at Middle Dam.
Meander the rural lakeside until the summer skies become your canopy of stars and by the clean smell of wood, rest satisfied that you have embraced the naturalness of both water, woods, and shore.
South Arm Campground welcomes you with open gates one week before Memorial Day. Check in time 2pm, check out time 12pm. Well behaved pets on a leash are welcome, please bring their rabies certificate. The main campground closes late September. July and August waterfront and beach sites rent from Saturday to Saturday. Holiday weekends require a 3 night minimum. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for current fees and a full list of regulations.