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Cupuptic Campground is located in the Rangeley Lakes Region of Maine. It is on the north end of Cupsuptic Lake which continues south into Mooselookmeguntic Lake. There are great views to the south and a lovely sandy beach. The picture to the right is of Bald Mountain from the beach at the campground and there are more pictures below.

Contact Information
Telephone ;207-864-5249
Postal address ;
P.O. Box 326,
Route 16,
Oquossoc, ME 04964
E- mail: General Information & Reservations:
Web site:

Campsites & RV Facilities
Most sites have electric and water hook ups and some also have sewer . The campground is wooded and most sites have trees between them.  There is a RV dump station. 

Recommended campsites for views and launching
There are many lake front campsites, but not many where you can launch from your site. Some of of these are for tents and small RVs and there are many large RV sites with full hook ups (including sewer  and 20, 30, & 50 amp Elec.)

the new and well maintained bath house has multiple flush toilets and showers as well as laundry facilities and accross from the bath house there is a central pavilion with a fireplace, electric plugs and tables.

Pictures of these may be found on their site.

Other Facilities
They also have many wilderness sites available. Several are on an island and many others on the west shore of Cupsuptic Lake and the Cupsuptic River, some of which may be reached by car.

The well stocked store has T shirts, souvenirs, things you forgot and snacks. 

This is a great place for swimming with shallow water & sandy beaches.

Boat ramp / docking facilities
There ia a boat ramp and docks on sheltered Toothaker Brook.

Boat rental and guided tours
Guided fishing trips or fly fishing
There is aboat launch available.
Please see web site listed above for more details on these things.

Places to kayak and canoe

Folllow either the East or West shore and explore many islands.
Paddle through Cupsuptic and follow the east shore into the Kennebago River.
Follow the north shore around and into the Cupsuptic River.
Drive to the state boat launch (just west on Rt 16) and paddle up the Cupsuptic river.
Drive towards Rangeley and launch into the Kennebago River.
Follow the west shore of Cupsuptic into Mooselookmeguntic & explore the Farrington Islands (watch weather closely)
Drive west on Rt 16 to Millbrook boat launch and launch into Upper Richardson

Note - Some of the wilderness campsites you will see on the west side of Cupsuptic and the Islands of Mooselookmeguntic can be booked with the Stephen Phillips Memorial Preserve Trust
PO Box 21
Oquossoc, ME 04964 Or phone - 207 864 2003

Places to Hike
There are lots of places to hike in this area including sections of the AT (Appalachian Trail) which crosses just south of Rangeley.

It is best to contact the Appalachian Mountain Club for maps, books and information.

Please Note

Campground details may change so please check with the  campground for the most up to date information.

Cupsuptic Campground from Pleasant Island
Cupsuptic Campground from Pleasant Island
Morning Mist from Cupsuptic Campground
Morning Mist from Cupsuptic Campground

Most of the campgrounds here are on large lakes in the mountains which mean the weather can change very quickly. We suggest you check the weather forecast before going out. We also suggest you watch the weather carefully for changes as forecasts have been known to change quickly in these lake and mountain areas. Thunder storms and winds often come up during the day. It is helpful if you watch for areas you could land and get off the lake if needed.

It is a good idea to always carry emergency equipment in case you had to spend the night out or wait out a storm. We have had to land and wait out a thunder storm several times. Once the storm was around the area a couple of hours so we set up our emergency shelter and enjoyed the lunch we had brought.

Most of the campgrounds have great views and good paddling while staying close or in protected areas & brooks where you probably will see moose and other wildlife including eagles in some areas. Please paddle within your skill ability and experience. We can suggest these areas for you to enjoy but cannot be responsible for your safety.