We stayed here 2 nights over a weekend and loved it. It was our first time visiting Acadia and we are glad we stayed on the "quiet" side of the island. Our site was large (123 loop c) with our pop up camper. The bathrooms looked brand new and were by our site. It is very quiet at night and people were very respectful and friendly. You can walk a short 5 minute walk to the seawall and have a picnic or even a fire if you are lucky enough to grab the spot right on the rocks (which we did). It is very family friendly, lots of kids riding bikes and walking around. We had friends that stayed in the tent section and their site was large and very nice. Everything about Acadia is exceptional from the scenary to the warm and welcoming residents on MDI and in Southwest Harbor! We are already planning a second trip back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Campground at Acadia National Park. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seawall Campground Hotel Acadia National Park
- Seawall Campground Acadia National Park, Maine