Lake Auburn Boondock

Space for 2 Rigs
30 ft max
2 nights maximum

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Same day is okay
1 week max
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Suitability

  • Slideouts Allowed
  • Generators Allowed
  • Barbecues Allowed
  • Lawnchairs Allowed
  • Pets Welcome

Amenities

  • 50 Amp Electric Hookup
  • Water Hookup
  • RV Dump
  • Tow Vehicle Parking
  • Campfire Ring
  • Off-Leash Area
  • $15/night requested for hookups

Description

115 N Auburn Road is home to a 501c3 Lake Auburn Community Center with miles of pedestrian and bike trails near the Lake Auburn Community Forest. It’s open to the public from 8am to 830pm but will be private outside of those times. Dogs should be on a leash per Maine law, however well behaved and social pets can be under control otherwise. It’s about a 20 minute walk down towards the lake and about 30 up back to the host location. No bodily contact with the Lake please as it is an unfiltered drinking supply for a very large community.

House Rules

No smoking near any of the historic buildings on site, please no noise after 9pm, checkin after 1 pm, check out by noon, carry in and carry out. Hip campers and Harvest Hosts will have priority over Boondockers as those organizations support the $20 dollar trail pass donation to stay overnight to help maintain the trails. We will accept reservations within 24 hours, Venmo, FB Pay and PayPal for donations acceptable and hope you have a wonderful experience on these early 1800s roads, now trails that started this shoe industry town.

Access Road Conditions

The solid gravel driveway into the boondocking area located below a historic barn is lighted until about 830pm. There’s a about a 1% grade sloping back towards the Lake but easy enough to level a rig.

Tow Vehicle Parking Details

On site near your RV

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Location

Auburn, ME, United States of America

Suggested Local Attractions

Lost Valley ski area is a happening little gem just down the road, food, beverage, entertainment and more trails. Google or TripAdvisor for all kinds of local happenings, including Tabers and Roy’s mini golf driving ranges, Ricker/Wallingfords fruit stores and ciders.


Your Host

BDWDB2021


Member Since
September 28, 2021
Host's Age
55-65


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