Campgrounds / Camping
Acadia Campgrounds - Communities such as Bar Harbor, Southwest Harbor, Somesville, Trenton, Sullivan, and others, offer diverse camping options for your visit to Acadia National Park. There currently are two campgrounds within the park on Mount Desert Island. However, there are several other excellent choices that are close that should be considered as well, some that are next to the ocean.
You'll love the view at our three Bar Harbor Camping Resorts. Visit MT. Desert Narrows or Narrows Too - and enjoy the ocean view. Or,... park your RV or pitch your tent at Patten Pond - a 740-acre lake with a beautiful, private beach. You'll find all the amenities and lots to do at nearby Acadia National Park and historic Bar Harbor. Cabin, RV, and cottage rentals available.
33 Hadley Point Rd., Bar Harbor, ME 04609
207-288-4808 • Call for Reservations
Family owned and operated for over 40 years • We cater to families who want the fun of camping with proximity to Acadia Nat’l Park and Bar Harbor. Tent camping, 20-30-50 amp service, and NEW CABINS provide options for all adventurers. Amenities include heated pool, modern bathrooms, hot showers, camp store, laundry facility, FREE wifi, Island Explorer shuttle service, Sunday Services and more • Five minute walk to a public beach. Open May 15-Oct. 15.
33 Rainbows End, Gouldsboro, ME 04607
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Enjoy new luxury RV camping immersed in nature on the quiet side of Acadia on Schoodic Peninsula. Get magnificent West Bay views from extra-large tiered sites, kayak-paddleboard access & rental, full hook-ups, and blazing business-class Broadband. Combine joy in nature with productive remote work and homeschooling. The critters, silence, sights, and scents of nature welcome brilliant night skies without urban light pollution. Get intimate with nature, not your neighbor, and hear the quiet!
Stay where wellness meets wilderness, with a unique camping experience. At Acadia Wilderness Lodge, connect with nature in our comfortable 2-bedroom Yurts featuring a King size bed and two single daybeds, indoor fireplace, and hydrotherapy shower. Just minutes from Acadia National Park, relax and rejuvenate with us and Acadia Wilderness Lodge’s Village Campground, including games, walking and nature paths, and village animals. Visit our website for more details and get inspired at Acadia Wilderness Lodge.
HTR Acadia - Open May - Mid-Oct
HTR Acadia (formerly Somes Sound View Campground) is an idyllic, peaceful retreat on Mount Desert Island. Our Resort is known for attracting adventurous, nature-loving campers, who appreciate being next to the ocean surrounded by gorgeous woods. Being only a short drive to Downtown Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, provides even more to explore. We offer waterfront tent sites and feature rustic cabins. Up to 30 AMP RVs are welcome. We look forward to hosting you!
Jellystone Park™ Augusta - Next to Augusta, Maine
Visit a place where family fun is the main attraction and memories are waiting to be made. It’s not just a campground, it’s Jellystone Park™! We offer sites for every type of camper. Discover premium RV sites and tent sites for sleeping under the stars—both with awesome amenities! Plus, check out our Water Zone, mini golf course, Androscoggin Lake, and more! Bonus—almost all attractions are FREE with your stay!
We are in the heart of Mount Desert Island right next to Acadia National Park and the ocean. Small, peaceful, well-maintained, we have spectacular ocean and mountain views, salt water fishing and swimming, metered hot showers, launching ramp, electric and water hookups, WiFi, and much more.
East Orland, ME
Located right on 10 mile long Toddy Pond • Free hot showers, laundromat, swimming beach, horseshoes, volleyball, boat dock, fishing, canoe & row boat rentals, paddle boat rentals, and more
Bass Harbor, ME
Located about 10 minute walk from Bass Harbor Lighthouse • 130 Shady or wooded sites, fireplaces, free hot showers, heated swimming pool, hot tub (for adults), playground, laundromat, and more
Acadia National Park
Open year round in forested setting with about 306 sites • Showers are nearby but no hookups or utilities provided in campground. Reservations required mid-June through mid-September of each year.
Bar Harbor, ME
Located near Route 3 on Mount Desert Island, Hadleys Point Campground is family camping at its best. We have a heated pool plus a public saltwater beach is only a 5 minute walk away.
Stueben in Down East Maine
Nice 35 acre setting near Joy Cove in Stueben, Maine - a great place for canoeing, kayaking, and windsurfing. Camping area provides sites for tents and R.V.'s, and includes a complete range of services.
Mount Desert, Maine
Small, peaceful, well-maintained with spectacular ocean and mountain views, salt water fishing and swimming, hot showers, ramp, WiFi, and more. • Open Memorial Day - Columbus Day
Located near many area attractions • Spacious sites with picnic tables and fireplaces • Recreation hall, heated swimming pool, miniature golf course, 2 playgrounds, laundromat, and more
Acadia National Park
Provides great wooded setting 4 miles south of Southwest Harbor and about a 10 minute walk from ocean • Open late May through September • Showers and camping supply stores are nearby.
Southwest Harbor, ME
Located in Southwest Harbor only about a 20 minute walk from Echo Lake • Free hot showers, heated swimming pool, laundry, fire areas, camp store, horseshoe pit, playground, and more
Cathedrals of Evergreen
When I was a young boy, my parents would often stay at some campgrounds when visiting Acadia National Park. With seven children all in a station wagon, this was definitely the way to go to save some money. But the truth was, there was much more we ended up sharing as a family in a place like this than most any other. For many years, I did not realize that many people have never experienced what it is like to spend a night on the floor of a forest with the sounds of nature all around. Or, to collect some firewood so you can cook your breakfast over an open fire. I love the smell of a campfire combined with the delicious scent of balsam fir. What I would give to be back there again as a young man, walking through the winding dirt roads next to the coast, looking up at the cathedral canopy of trees. But the truth is, every time I am there, the young boy visits me again, and blends all the years into one moment of time.