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Date of Stay:
July, 2016 -
I can't say enough great things about this campground. This campground quickly became our favorite. The lovely owners have thought of everything from flowers in the bathroom to Saturday lobster bakes. It's a very family oriented place, but perfect for couples as well. They do a great job of creating a community, even with people coming in and out. There is none of the common campground hoopla- no obnoxious people, no vandalism, no noise, no trash. The people who stay here are all invested in keeping it a lovely place that everyone wants to come back to. The sites are meticulous, they have an organic garden your'e welcome to peruse (and steal ideas, I did!), goats and sheep, a beautiful dog run. I even took an awesome pottery class from the weeks resident artist with my daughter. Really, just amazing and restorative. And I haven't even mentioned the stunning waterfront location! Truthfully the best part for me was to watch my 11 year old son be a boy. He didn't ask for the iPad, didn't turn on the TV. He took the Walkie Talkie in the morning, and came back at night muddy, with leaves in his hair, sand in his shoes and a HUGE smile on his face. That is priceless. Go! You wont be sorry. We are already booking for our next visit. We camped at Searsport Shores Oceanfront Campground in a Travel Trailer.
This is about an hour away from Acadia. 20 minutes from Ft Knox and Penobscot Observation Bridge and 15 from Belfast. Convenient to antiques, waterfront dining and attractions.