Winter Camping Wanderlust

From cozy snowy escapes to sunny retreats—some would argue it’s the most wonderful time of the year for a camping adventure. Explore these top winter camping destinations to find your perfect spot.

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About Winter Camping

While not traditionally considered "camping season," there's loads to love about camping in the colder months of the year. Hot chocolate, for one. Wrapping up in cozy blankets, for another. But above all else—a chance to explore nature in a quieter, slower, and more peaceful time. With less campers and explorers out and about, you'll often find you have the trail to yourself. And remember, there's no such thing as bad weather, just bad clothing. Whether you're breaking a snowshoe trail in the mountains or hiding away on a beach in Florida, the secret to a perfect winter is a perfect Campspot.


Campground Spotlight

Wild Fox Cabins & Campground - Lakeville, ME

Pristine wilderness, countless natural wonders, and diverse wildlife are just some of the many rewards awaiting you at the pet-friendly Wild Fox Cabins & Campground in beautiful Lakeville, Maine in the West Grand Lake Region. Located on legendary Junior Lake, one of the eleven nearby "chain of lakes" connected via ancient waterways and streams at the headwaters of the West Branch of the St. Croix River, this campground is a paradise for sportsmen and nature lovers. Junior Lake is considered by many world-class anglers to be the premier fishing spot in the Northeastern United States.

There's also swimming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, and boat camping on the little islands dotting the lake. The 155 scenic acres surrounding their grounds are spectacularly beautiful and offer bountiful hunting for both large and small game, hiking, leaf-peeping, bird-watching, and miles of ATV trails. In the winter months, guests can enjoy snowmobiling, snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing. The serenity of the lake is home to many ospreys, loons, ducks, Canada geese, the occasional Bald Eagle, and any of the other 185 species of birds that call the area home. There is something here for everyone!

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