Park campgrounds are very popular. Finding a campsite upon arrival is a rare occurrence during good weather. Please make your reservation in advance on www.recreation.gov.
Located on Route 102A this campground is 4 miles (6 km) south of Southwest Harbor. The campground is open from the Wednesday before Memorial Day through October 13th. B-Loop and D-Loop close on October 1st. Reservations on www.recreation.gov
Seawall Campground FAQs:
Schoodic Woods Campground
Located on the Schoodic Peninsula, this campground is 3 miles (5 km) southeast of Winter Harbor. It is open from the Wednesday before Memorial Day through October 13th. Reservations on www.recreation.gov
Fee (per site, per night):
$22 hike-in tent sites (primitive),
$30 drive up tent/small RV (20 amp),
$36 RV with electric only sites (20/30/50 amp),
$40 RV with electric and water (20/30/50 amp),
$60 group tent sites
Discounts available for Senior and Access pass holders.
Schoodic Woods Campground FAQs:
Group campsites, which accommodate groups of 15-20 people (depending on site/location), are located at Blackwoods, Schoodic Woods, and Seawall campgrounds.
Blackwoods 4 sites
Schoodic Woods 2 sites
Seawall 5 sites
Seasons are as follows:
Blackwoods May 15–October 13
Schoodic Woods Regular season dates
Seawall Regular season dates
Click here for information about group camping regulations.
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 through October 13 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.
Wildwood Stables Campground
Open only to visitors with stock animals.
For more information, visit Wildwood Stables website.
Last updated: July 18, 2019