Camping & RVing
Camping and RV'ing are two of the best ways to explore the natural beauty of the Fundy-Acadia region. Campgrounds and RV parks abound and most usually have vacancies, except during the busiest summer holidays. The Maine State webpage for reserving camping sites is here.
The Anchorage Provincial Park on Grand Manan Island, a prosperous and charming island in the Bay of Fundy, has been waiting for you. Discover natural attractions, exciting adventures and breathtaking scenery. With picturesque hiking and cycling trails, you will be able to learn about the geology of the island and the wildlife that resides there. Keep an eye out for the interpretive displays, birdwatching blinds, salmon cages and breaching whales in the nearby ocean. Explore our Red Point Trail boardwalk, which is fully accessible to wheelchairs, or any of our unique "Grand Mananesque" Long Pond, Great Pond or Bagley trails.
Chet's Camp is located on Big Lake in the Grand Lake Stream Region of Down East Maine. Big Lake offers internationally known fishing opportunities. The Grand Lakes region supports outstanding grouse and bear hunting, and brags some of the biggest deer taken in Maine. Chet's is equipped for educational and business conferences or retreats.
Plan Your Getaway: Fish for salmon, small mouth bass, togue, perch and pickerel while enjoying the outstanding scenery that surrounds you. Explore our 52 islands and 105 miles of shoreline, coves and streams by boat, canoe, or kayak. Take a back country canoe trip with an experienced guide. Practice your navigational skills on our compass and GPS course. Observe moose, deer, fox, bald eagles and a variety of smaller mammals and birds. Revel at the fall foliage colors and just relax.
Located right on the ocean in historic St. Andrews by-the-Sea, our spacious, full service campground overlooks beautiful Passamaquoddy Bay. The ocean is at your doorstep, allowing you to enjoy fresh breezes, a relaxed pace, and an opportunity to explore the tidal floor and our delightful shiretown. From "pup tent" to "big-rig" you are welcome and guaranteed to have a pleasant stay.
Saint Andrews, New Brunswick is just a short 30 minute drive from the Maine border and only 2 hours from Bar Harbor, Maine. Our facility is conveniently located. Most of the attractions in the town of St. Andrews are within walking distance! So come down and join us. Just pitch your tent or park your RV and you're ready to enjoy golfing, biking, walking tours, adventure tours, whale watching, leisurely walks to unique shops and restaurants, museums, aquariums, parks, and more.
Spring, Summer, and Fall each bring their own enjoyable pastimes. At any time of the year St. Andrews offers you that special gift of aaahhh... Complete relaxation!
This wilderness campground is an Island attraction. Campers use the term “awesome” to describe our campground... Imagine camping under the stars, moon on the water, and just below your tent site, ocean lapping or crashing against the cliffs, whales and sea life communicating in the night, all surrounded with the scent of juniper and spruce trees.
Situated in a quiet location, just off of Route 3, Hadley's Point is a camper's haven. Take a quiet five minute walk to a public saltwater beach. Acadia National Park Visitor Center and entrance is just four miles, and downtown Bar Harbor is just an eight mile drive. Shuttle service is available on the Island Explorer buses daily from late June through Columbus Day.
Hadley's Point Campground offers grassy and wooded sites, each with its own fireplace and picnic table. Tent sites, water & electric (20-30-50 Amp), and full hookup campsites available. On-site honeywagon service is available.
Downeast Lakes Land Trust (DLLT) offers water access camping opportunities at the Downeast Lakes Water Trail campsites. We do not maintain any vehicle access campsites, but several are available on the Machias River Corridor and Duck Lake Unit of Maine Public Reserved Lands maintained by the Department of Conservation, Bureau of Parks and Lands.
In Grand Lake Stream, The Pine Tree Store has the food (including sandwiches and pizza) and supplies you need, while full grocery and hardware stores are available in Princeton.
There is great outdoor recreation surrounding the village – without leaving town, you can swim at the town beach, use the ball field, tennis court, or basketball court. Don’t miss historic attractions such as the Grand Lake Stream Historical Society Museum and the Grand Lake Stream Fish Hatchery.