1 Park near Belfast, Maine
Aug 2015 - $65.00
This small campground's prime asset is its location. It is right on the water with a private beach. We had an electric & water site with a water view. We had a gorgeous view of the water out of the front of our RV. The site was level. The site was of adequate size but I wouldn't call it spacious. We were only steps away from the access to the beach. The owners were friendly and helpful as were the other guests at the park. We were there during the Perseid Meteor Shower and had great views of the sky.
The only slightly negative item I would have is that they are very strict on your pets. There is only one small area behind the office where you are allowed to walk your dogs to do their business. As long as owners of pets clean up after their pets I do not see the need for this restriction. Maybe they have had issues in the past with owners that did not clean up their pets waste.
Even with the concern above, we would definitely return to this campground whenever we travel to Maine in the future. - Randy & Sharon
Jul 2015 - $65.00
This "RV Resort" was the most costly of the campgrounds we stayed at during our two week tour of Maine's sea coast.
The camping area had very few trees. Most sites had an ocean view but space on most sites was limited. Our site (#40) had a sewer connection in addition to water and electric. Only 4 of the sites at this campground had sewer connections, the balance had pump out service available in addition to the standard dump station.
This campground sits on a hillside running down from US Highway 1 to the shoreline. There are steps to allow access to the beach area. Excellent area for site seeing and Acadia National Park a short drive away. - Uplander
Sep 2014 - $65.00
This is a small campground right on the bay in Belfast. There are some sites looking over the Bay and we stayed on one for one night in the Fall. Beautiful views and you can walk out when the tide goes out. Sites have full hookups or just water and electric, but they are close together and not much shade but views are all worth it. There are a number of seasonals here and they said the new manager this year has been doing a great job upgrading the campground. There is a restaurant on the grounds and the food was very good. Restrooms and laundry room were clean. It is expensive - in the off season (fall) we paid $64.80 a night. Easy drive to Acadia National Park from here. We enjoyed our stay and the beautiful sunrise in the morning. The reviews have been very good for this park and that is why we tried it. Seasonals are very friendly and have great ideas on what to do. Check-in was friendly and quick. Nice place on a hill but worth the views! - gsnakehill