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The Best Glamping Rentals & Luxury Cabins in Maine

Are you ready to elevate your camping experience to new heights of luxury and comfort? Look no further than Jellystone Park™ Androscoggin Lake where we offer a wide array of Maine glamping options for every kind of camper. From group camping adventures to popular glamping rentals and other luxurious cabin options, we've got everything you need for an unforgettable getaway!

Group Camping

Group camping is an excellent way to experience glamping with family and friends! Our Maine cabin can accommodate up to 16 people, making it the perfect setting for shared memories and fun! Jellystone Park™ Androscoggin Lake has the Three Bears Den for your group cabin camping experience in Maine.

Three Bears Den:

Located in on our beautiful wooded camp-resort, this spacious cabin accommodates up to 16 people. Enjoy private bedrooms, a full kitchen, bathrooms, and amenities for a memorable group retreat. Take advantage of the comfortable patio, fire ring, and more at our Maine campground with cabins!

Popular Glamping Rentals

For a unique Maine glamping experience, try one of our popular glamping rentals! Our glamping experiences include - our Cozy Cabin - you won't regret adventuring in one of these gorgeous glamping cabins!

Cozy Cabin:

Take advantage of glamping in Maine with our Cozy Cabins! Located near the main attractions, these cabins accommodate up to 5 guests and feature a full bathroom, kitchenette, porch, fire ring, and charcoal grill. See for yourself why this is such a popular glamping rental option!

Other Luxury Cabin Rentals

Our luxury cabin stay includes the Mini Cozy Cabin. Enjoy the beauty of camping in nature with the luxuries of home such as private bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchens.

Mini Cozy Cabin:

Enjoy cabin camping in Maine amidst the beauty of our wooded campground! Our Mini Cozy Cabins are a popular option accomodating up to 6 people. It is the perfect place to rest your head while camping near Portland, Maine. 

What to Pack for Maine Luxury Cabin Camping

Wondering what to pack to make the most of your Maine cabin camping adventure? Here are a few recommendations!

Pack all the basics you need to be comfortable on a trip to the woods. You’ll want to bring layers for when it cools off a bit at night, sunscreen and bug spray for use throughout the day, and arguably most importantly, your swimsuit and adventure clothes! Our Maine campground has awesome attractions like a Water Zone and Arcade, so you’ll want appropriate clothes to stay comfortable during all the activities you’ll be doing.

One other thing you’ll want to consider packing while Maine cabin camping is linens. What is provided with each cabin varies, but most require you to bring a few items. We remind you to bring grilling utensils, paper towels, and linens for most cabin types. Don’t want to pack linens? You can rent them from us, just follow the prompts during the check-out process to add those to your reservation. Looking for more packing guidance? Check out our blog, The Essential Packing Checklist for Cabin Campers.

Glamping near Augusta & Portland

Our Maine campground with cabins is located near Augusta, ME. This cities are teeming with fun events and activities for everyone! Plan a day trip from your Maine cabin rental to see the sights. 


Nestled along the banks of the Kennebec River, Augusta, Maine beckons visitors with its blend of historic charm, cultural richness, and natural beauty.  Here are three activities and attractions campers can enjoy:

Old Fort Western

Take a short drive from the campground to visit the historic Old Fort Western,. Explore the former colonial outpost at the head of navigation on the Kennebec River and immerse yourself in Augusta's rich history. Then, head back to our camp-resort for glamping near Augusta, ME!

Viles Arborteum

Embark on a scenic stroll by visiting the Viles Arborteum renowned for its 300 plus varieties of trees and shrubs along 5 miles of traills. Stop for breathtaking photo opportunities and enjoy a leisurely picnic amidst nature's beauty. 


Old Port

Explore the quaint historic district of Old Port. Stroll down the cobblestone streets to explore unique shopping and gourmet dining. Enjoy the salty ocean breeze before you head back to our camp-resort. 

Portland Observatory

Visit the Portland Observatory to see the city from up high. This historic maritime signal tower is a significant symbol in Portland, Maine. Embrace and the learn the history of by visiting the observatory and the grounds surrounding the tower. 

Portland Museum of Art

Spend an afternoon viewing famous paintings and intricate sculptures at the Portland Museum of Art. It is the oldest and largest public art institution in Maine. Located in the Arts District, after your visit to the museum walk the quaint streets for shopping and grab a bite to eat before heading back to your cozy cabin. 

With our range of luxury glamping options, convenient packing tips, and nearby city attractions, your stay at Jellystone Park™ Androscoggin Lake promises to be an unforgettable adventure. Book your glamping getaway today and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature with all the comforts of home!