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We really enjoyed camping at Acadia. The camping was minutes away from the lighthouse. It is really close to town so you can buy supplies, take a shower and walk around. You also have easy access to a free shuttle in case you don't want...More
All of Acadia is stunning but camping at Seawall was perfect for us. There are several little hikes nearby and just sitting out on the seawall watching waves and relaxing was awesome. The campground is beautiful, bathrooms clean. The only bummer for us was the...More
We stayed for two nights in May and was overall pleased. We stayed in Loop-A, campsite #25. The site itself was nice and setback from the road. However, it can use some maintenance as it was a bit overgrown. The restroom area as OK and...More
Went on inline to reserve a campsite in Feb,2017 for a 3 night stay in June 2017. Choose a campsite in loop B which is said to be the quietest and best for people in tents. Picked site B 23. When we arrived, I noticed...More
We stayed for two nights in the B loop, site 21 (tent camping). The campsite was in a beautiful location, and this site in particular--a short deer path leads you to water and seawall views, and it was a quick walk to the seawall and...More
There are 2 paid near by, one is mile away, $1.5 every 3mins, closed at 8pm.
The other is much better at bass harbor campground which is 2 miles down the road, open till 10pm, $3 each for unlimited time with a money drop box.
I don't know if it's too late for your trip, but we ate at Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound which isn't too far away (maybe a mile or two at the most). They have fresh seafood, and I had the scallops the first time we... More
I don't know if it's too late for your trip, but we ate at Charlotte's Legendary Lobster Pound which isn't too far away (maybe a mile or two at the most). They have fresh seafood, and I had the scallops the first time we ate there, and it was very good. It is a fun place to eat, with a lot of interesting things that are used as decor items (lobster traps under the picnic table seats, buoys, and other things as well.) They also have a small ball field and a little goat. They also have a big lobster pot right out in the open, and they used it for lobsters, clams, and other seafood, and also corn on the cob. It's basically a place where you order, and then you sit at picnic tables, but it may not be a good rainy day option (I don't recall seeing any indoor seating, or any kind of umbrellas over the tables, even though the area where the lobster pot is covered (it's a pavilion.)