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We got a late start making our plans for Acadia in August, and we were a little disappointed that Blackwoods Campground was already filled up, and we were stuck at Seawall Campground much further away, and having to split between two different campsites for our...More
There are not enough good things to say about this camp ground. The sites are lovely, quite and well maintained. There are no showers but there are private showers just a couple of miles away. A friend suggested getting gym floor mat for the floor...More
If you're looking for an out of the way, quieter campground, this is it. The facilities are great, ample places to buy firewood, and nice campsites. However, if you prefer to camp away from other people, do NOT choose a site on the inner ring...More
I like this campground because it is a bit more removed from the beaten path, is accessible by bus, has what feel like secluded campsites, and is near local trails. The check in process was seamless as well.
I have camped both at Blackwoods and Seawall Campground in Acadia and this one is my favorite among the two. This has easier access to Southwest harbor and the sea is a walk away outside the campground. Blackwoods is great if you want closer access...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.)