From the bloggers at RV-A-GOGO
Portland continually receives accolades for being such a hip and vibrant town. They have capitalized on their natural port city beauty and move to the beat of a progressive spirit that still celebrates the past. Cobblestone streets are lined with Victorian buildings housing galleries, boutiques, and restaurants while the harbor is a myriad of wandering tourists shadowed by a bustling working waterfront. The food scene is one that the city has become known for. Grey flannel shirts and L.L. Bean boots are perfect attire for eating at one of Portland’s chicest restaurants permeating the city.
You guessed it, we came to Portland to eat. Portland has a “small town” feel while actually being a “big city” in Maine. We parked the RV at Bayley’s Camping Resort in Scarborough – a bedroom community of Portland. The campground is in a good location – just 20 minutes from downtown Portland with hiking/biking trails and only a mile from the beach (which is dog-friendly during certain times of the year). The campground is HUGE with hundreds of sites and a list of amenities that is four pages long.
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