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I visited in July of 2016, and I would say that it was a nice place, but was lacking in some key areas. I've stayed at state forests or parks in Massachusetts or Connecticut, and they have things like soap for the bathrooms, and shower...More
Definitely as rustic as it gets (in a motor home with running hot and cold water, generator, gas stove and microwave). Never saw so many stars in the night sky and actually made our first campfire. There is a bus to take you to Bar...More
This is a great campground for non-glampers, at least Loop D. Everyone seemed to be of the same mindset of being there to enjoy nature. This loop was very quiet in the evening, with only the occasional dog barking. We stayed at site D39, which...More
We came to Acadia with kayaks to paddle the many different routes along the Atlantic coast and the hike some of the trails in the park. This campsite was the perfect starting point each morning. It was far enough away from the crowds at bar...More
Excellent stay except that there were no dishwashing facilities - as best as i recall this was not mentioned in advance. Signs instructed us too wash dishes at site....kind of a bad idea when we are supposed to be preventing bears etc. No showers was...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... 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.)
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"The A-loop is on the seawall side and may have campsites with views of the ocean."