• Eagle Lake covered in snow nearing dusk

    Acadia

    National Park Maine

Camping

Firewood Alert
Firewood brought in from other areas may contain non-native insect species that pose a serious threat to Acadia National Park's resources. Quarantines have been issued for some areas. Please leave your firewood at home. Firewood is available locally near both Blackwoods and Seawall Campgrounds. For more information, see the pest alert produced by the National Park Service.
 
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Campgrounds

 
Blackwoods Campsite

Blackwoods campsite.

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Blackwoods Campground

Located on Route 3 the campground is 5 miles (8 km) south of Bar Harbor. It is open all year, with the following restrictions:

  • May - October: Reservations recommended. Fee: $20 per site, per night.
  • April and November: Weather permitting, Fee: $10 (self-registration)
  • December - March: A limited number of campsites are available for primitive camping only in the off season at Blackwoods. During this time campers must obtain a camping permit from the dispatch at park headquarters (8am - 4:30 pm daily). Facilities are limited to a hand pump for water and a portable toilet. The campground entrance road is closed to automobiles during this time; campers are required to hike in from the campground entrance on Route 3. Campers must pack out all trash. Fee: Free. For more information, visit the Winter Camping page.
 
Tidepooling

Tidepooling.

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Seawall Campground
Located on Route 102A this campground is 4 miles (6 km) south of Southwest Harbor. It is open from late May through September. Reservations are recommended.

Fee (per site, per night): $14 walk-in tent sites; $20 drive-up tent, camper, and motorhome sites.

 
Hikers with Dog

Hikers with a dog.

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Schoodic Woods Campground
Located on the Schoodic Peninsula, this campground is 3 miles (5 km) southeast of Winter Harbor. It will open in 2015 from August 1 until Columbus Day. After this season, it will be open from late May until Columbus Day. The entire campground will be first come, first served this year. Reservations for following years are highly recommended.

Fee (per site, per night): $22 walk-in tent sites, $30 drive up tent/small RV, $36 RV with electric only sites, $40 RV with electric and water. Discounts available for Senior and Access (Permanent Disability) pass holders.

 

Reservations for Blackwoods and Seawall Campgrounds
Reservations for individual sites are handled by the National Recreation Reservation Service (NRRS), not the park.

By Phone
877-444-6777
877-833-6777 (TTY)
518-885-3639 (International)
888-448-1474 (Customer Service)

Online
www.recreation.gov

 
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Group camping at Seawall.

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Group Camping
Group campsites, which accommodate groups of 15 people, are located at Blackwoods and Seawall Campgrounds. Blackwoods Campground four sites. Seawall Campground has five sites.

Seasons are as follow:
Blackwoods: May 15-October 15
Seawall: late May-September 30

Click here for information about group camping regulations.
Click here to view or download a reservation form.

Fill out the form and fax it to (207) 288-8792 or mail to:
Acadia National Park
PO Box 177
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
Attn: Group Reservations

 
Fall colors

Fall colors in the fog.

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Duck Harbor Campground (Isle au Haut)
Located on Isle au Haut, a rugged island off the coast of Stonington, Maine, this remote and inaccessible to automobiles campground is linked to the mainland by mailboat. Five primitive sites are available at Duck Harbor from May 15 to October 15 by advance reservation. You must have a reservation to camp. Camping is permitted in designated sites only, and party size is limited to six persons per site. Facilities include:

Click here for information on reservations.

Click here for a reservation application.
Click here for a map and brochure of Isle au Haut.

 
Wildwood Stables Campground

Horses of Wildwood Stables.

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Wildwood Stables Campground
Open only to visitors with stock animals. For more information, visit Wildwood Stables website.

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