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About Coos Canyon Campground

Welcome To Coos Canyon Campground! We are a small, family run campground nestled in the mountains of Byron, Maine. We have sites for tents and RVs, and our cabins have a rustic charm, that anyone who has camped in New England, gets nostalgic for. No matter the season we hope you and your family will fall in love with our laidback neck of the woods.

Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
WiFi
Location
Coos Canyon Campground is located in Maine
Latitude
44.7197 N
Longitude
-70.6338 W
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Directions
We are just off Rt. 17 in Byron Maine, located only 14 miles north-west of Mexico/Rumford area, 22 miles south of the Rangeley Lakes area and 35 miles from the Bethel area. From the Maine Turnpike: Take Exit 75 Auburn. Turn left at the end of the off-ramp. Follow Rt. 4 through Auburn to Turner/Livermore Falls town line. Turn left onto Rt. 108. Turn right at blinking traffic light in West Peru. Cross bridge and turn left onto Rt. 2. Follow through Mexico until you come to a traffic light. Turn right onto Rt. 17N towards Oquossoc. Travel 14 miles and take right into Coos Canyon Campground just before picnic area. For Coos Canyon Cabins, take a right at the picnic area off Rt. 17. Coos Canyon Cabins is the first right after the bridge. HINT: If using a GPS, use the following Lattude and Longitude coordinates: 44.7196594,-70.6310409
3 Reviews of Coos Canyon Campground
So close you can hear the river at night

We stayed late July for 3 nights during the week. Our site was right next to the river and was fantastic. Ellis pond and Webb lake were close and great to take to canoe out. Worth the trip up to rangeley roughly 40 miles from the camp. Overall great stay.

Great Campground, Wonderful Views - Great for Kids!

I highly recommend checking out the Coos Canyon Campground. The lot spaces were decently sized, and ours had water and electricity. They have a cute little general store that you can get some supplies in, along with clean showers and restrooms. You can bring in your own wood (which I recommend) or you can buy some from the store (which was a little pricey). We spent two nights there and could have spent an entire week. The canyon itself had tons to explore including rock climbing, cliff jumping, swimming, fishing, a cute little sandy beach for the littles to play on, and so much more. We brought our bikes and had fun riding around the campground. This being our first time there, I would definitely go back!

First to Review
Great spot.

Very friendly place with good sized sites. Located right at coos canyon. A winding rocky river gorge. Some swimming holes and spots to jump from up on the ledges. Angel falls is about a ten minute drive from here and well worth the trip. Plenty of hiking trails including tumble down mountain. And no shortage of places to fish. You can also rent some gear to go gold panning along the river.