Campground in Acadia and Bar Harbor place you near national park
Visitors to the Bar Harbor, Maine region who wish to stay at campgrounds have the good fortune to be able to choose among sites at the Acadia National Park and the nearby Cobscook Bay State Park. In addition to clean, well-cared-for campgrounds and services, these ME parks offer easy access to nature and wildlife, scenic drives, hiking, cross country ski trails, biking and boat cruises, canoeing and kayaking, and the dining and social life of the town of Bar Harbor.
Bar Harbor, ME 04609
This national park is simply put, an amazing experience. The oldest national park on the east coast, visitors will enjoy a variety of wonders including the unusual geological formations, nature and wildlife, scheduled events, scenic drives, hiking, cross country ski trails, biking and boat cruises. Don't forget to look for the puffins, North America's answer to the penguin. Public camping is available at two locations, and there are fees for camping and for entering the park.
Cobscook Bay State Park
Dennysville, ME 04628
This park offers visitors a bevy of activities: canoeing, fishing, a scenic drive, hiking trails, picnic areas, and cross-country and snowmobile trails in the winter. There is a public campsite available. Open May 15-Oct. 15.