Weather in Maine can range in a 24 hour period from warm to cool and it helps to pack accordingly. You’ll probably need a light jacket in the mornings and be down to a t-shirt by afternoon.
You can bring light sleeping bags but liners would be a good idea. Every once in awhile the temps can dip a little low, especially in the pre and post-season months, and you’ll need some extra padding to stay snug and warm. Some people bring flannel pjs or lightweight long johns to wear on cool nights. Nice thick socks feel good too. You may not need them during your stay but it can’t hurt to have them as a backup, just in case.
It can get foggy and we can get thunderstorms, like most areas of the country, but when that happens we suggest you have some fun card games to play inside until it clears. It does always clear. The sun comes out and the campground gets buzzing again with activity. Be sure, though, to bring something to keep you dry if you have to go outside in wet weather. It can be as simple as a rain poncho that gets you to the bathhouse and back. We are hoping you won’t need it but you never know.
We have the current temperature on our website which you can check before you arrive. You might want to check the forecast by putting our zipcode (04002) in at https://weather.com/forecast. You can get an idea of temperatures to expect for the next 10 days which will help you to pack accordingly.
We want your stay to be perfect in every way, including the weather, but Mother Nature makes her own rules.