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Seaside camping just got a retro-chic upgrade at Sandy Pines Campground in Kennebunkport, Maine, the Boston Globe reported.

Located a half-mile from Goose Rocks Beach, the campground — formerly known as Salty Acres — had a $5 million-plus makeover that features resort amenities mixed in with an authentic Maine camping experience, including a rustic general store, lobster pound, farm stand, old-fashioned ice cream cart, family centric outdoor activities and more.

The park’s 320 spacious campsites cater to tent campers and RVs along with the option of purchasing a park model RV “tiny home.”

All sites feature a picnic table, fire pit, electricity, cable, water and sewage, varying per site type. Sandy Pines welcomes up to two dogs per site (with current vaccination paperwork) for an additional per-night fee.

Reservations are now being accepted for the June 24 debut.

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