Old Orchard Beach and the Old Orchard Beach Campground
delivers all of this in a family vacation and much more.
Visit amusement parks for the kids brimming with rides, games, fried dough, hand-cut French fries and cotton candy
Stroll and enjoy 7 miles of sandy beach.
Try a new restaurant. Your Maine escape will include dining options to please every taste and budget, everything from roadside clam shacks to fine sea view dining to mouthwatering pizza by the slice.
Rent a kayak or canoe and explore the marsh.
Golf an 18-hole championship course, try an affordable 9-hole course, or enjoy family fun miniature golf courses.
Watch an auto race nearby.
Walk the pier in downtown Old Orchard.
Attend a special event, such as a festival, fair, concert, street dance, or fireworks.
Shop at The Shops at Biddeford Crossing, the Maine Mall in South Portland, and the historic Old Port in Portland.
Visit the Old Orchard Beach Chamber of Commerce for more information on the wonderful things to do in the area.Old Orchard Beach is easy to reach. Interstate Highways bring you right to our campground resort. By air, we are serviced by the Portland International Jetport, 13 miles north. Boston’s Logan and Manchester (NH) International Airports are less than 2 hours away each.
Old Orchard Beach is surrounded by the idyllic seaside communities of Ocean Park, Pine Point and Camp Ellis. The cities of Portland and Kennebunkport are two nearby popular tourist towns, offering a variety of harbor activities and more shopping. New England’s largest salt marsh is in neighboring Scarborough with guided nature walks and canoe tours.
Less than 30 minutes north is the bustling factory outlet town of Freeport, home of the world-famous L.L. Bean store, open 24/7, 365 days a year. Also there is a giant Cabela’s World’s Foremost Outfitter store in adjacent Scarborough. Further north, Maine’s rocky coast beckons with such popular destinations as Two-Lights State Park and Portland Headlight in historic Fort Williams.
Directions to Old Orchard Beach Campground
From the Maine Turnpike (I-95) going north or south, take Saco Old Orchard Beach Exit (Exit 36). This will place you on I-195 headed for “the beach”. Go 2.1 miles from the toll booth. On your right you will see Route 5 joining Route I-195. Immediately after is Old Orchard Beach Campground on your right. We are easy to miss due to merging traffic; watch carefully or you will pass us by. If you get to a 3-way intersection turnaround, you went a bit too far.