Now open to Maine, New Hampshire Vermont and recently added Connecticut, New Jersey and New York
with no quarantine restrictions.
Masks are required.
No visitors or day use at this time.
Bath house is open with extended cleaning but you use at your own risk. Use your own facilities when possible. Beach is open with proper social distancing. Pavilion is closed. Look forward to seeing you all soon.
Beginning July 1, visitors from all other states may come to Maine and use lodging. They must sign a Certificate of Compliance stating that they have tested negative for COVID-19 within 72 hours of arrival in Maine, that they will quarantine in Maine for up to 14 days, or that they have already completed their quarantine in Maine.
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In 2006 Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust purchased 125 acres of land including over 2 miles of frontage on Cupsuptic Lake with generous support from its membership and the Land For Maine’s Future program. In October 2010 RLHT took over the management of Cupsuptic Campground which was a part of that acquisition. We re-named our campground…Cupsuptic Lake Park and Campground. Major improvements have been made to the campground including a brand new state of the art bath house facility (2011), a completely remodeled camp store and welcome center (2011) and new last season; a state of the art pavilion with fireplace and we installed full sewer hook-ups on 26 RV sites . We added all new picnic tables , fire pits and underground utilities (2011). Significant grant funding and design services from the PARC Foundation have contributed to this effort. The campground has received an extensive make over with great effort made to ensure that you and your family have the best camping experience possible!
The Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust is proud to share this 65 site waterfront campground with our guests. We hope you visit us in 2013
We also offer:
Island and Remote Campsites with picnic tables and privies…
Birch Island: 6 tent sites featuring 2 new privies, 2 new docks, picnic tables, and fire rings. Boat shuttle service available. Island camping at its best.
Upper Cupsuptic River: 12 remote (drive to) camp sites. Great for hunters and stream anglers!
Western Shore of Cupsuptic Lake: 5 remote lakeside camp sites featuring docks, privies, picnic table, tent platform and fire ring. (boat access or hike in only) A hiking trail system winds through beautiful forests. Truly special.
Toothaker Brook: docking, with direct access to beautiful Cupsuptic Lake, available to resident/non-resident camper
- The park offers beautiful lake frontage on Mooselookmeguntic/Cupsuptic Lake (Maine’s 9th largest)
- Our shorefront features a sand beach and bottom which is quite unique for the region.
- Boat, kayak, and canoe rentals.
- Full store with snacks, drinks, ice and hard wood bundles.
- Boat slips in our marina available at reasonable rates.
- Fully equipped Montana style cabin tents featuring coleman stove, 4 cots, prep table, dishes for 4, pot, fry pan, mini-fridge, wood stove. All on a wood platform. For 4 people only. One dog limit.
- Our RV sites feature either 20, 30 or 50 Amp power. 26 with septic hook up and TV available ($3/ngt).
Randy & Heather Targett
Co-Managers Cupsuptic Lake Park and Campground
We are located on Rte. 16, just west of Oquossoc Village in the Scenic Rangeley Lakes Region.
We look forward to meeting you! If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us: 207-864-5249