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The Worcester family began Smuggler's Den Campground in 1969 and continues to operate it today. Our goal then and now is to provide our customers with a comfortable and relaxed camping experience on the quiet side of Mount Desert Island. Enjoy our 22' x 44' HEATED POOL with slide and...
There are not that many places you can visit after being gone for a year and receive smiles and hug when you check in. We have always loved this campground and Rain and Tod make it so much more welcoming. We have graduated from a...More
We stayed for 4 nights so we could see Acadia National Park, this Campground has heated pool, laundry, free shuttle bus, maps and has a 20 minute walk to the beach (trail). It’s centrally located to everything woodsy. Only downside was we were put by...More
We rented a deluxe cabin for a week in June, with mountain view. That was an awesome decision as we had all the comforts of home, while still experiencing the sense of being in nature.
The cabin was very clean and in great shape.
This site was lovely. The staff were friendly, as were the rest of the campers. Good place for people with dogs. Showers and toilets were clean and warm. Heated pool had closed for the season when we were there, but it looked well kept.
This was definitely a find for us.
1. Fantastic Staff who are professional, friendly, courteous, and very helpful.
2. They sell fresh live lobsters and provides the cooking utensils (pot, crackers, grid for campfire). The price are the same as you would be able to...More
Hi, we just stayed at cabin 316 next to the sites you are asking about. We used to always tent camp so we checked all the sites out... The ones you are asking about are regular campground sites, wooded, small but definitely... More
Hi, we just stayed at cabin 316 next to the sites you are asking about. We used to always tent camp so we checked all the sites out... The ones you are asking about are regular campground sites, wooded, small but definitely have enough room for a car and a tent. The ground is packed dirt or crashed stone type material but good news is no roots or ricks sticking out like we have seen in other campgrounds. The sites are pretty close to each other so not a lot of privacy but they are close to the bath house, the office and pool so that’s a plus. 21, 23 and 25 have better views than the others. Just a few steps to see amazing mountain view!