Welcome! To insure a more pleasant stay, please take a moment to read our Campground rules.

 

Campground/Cabin Season:

  • May 7 - October 17

  • Prime Season Rates June 12 - September 12

  • Off Season Rates May 7 - June 11 & September 13 - October 17

Payment Terms and Conditions:

  •  Checks, cash, and bank transfers are the preferred form of payment. Credit cards are accepted on site with no fee.

  • Credit Cards used over the phone will be accepted for deposits and but will incur a 3.5% fee added to the total transaction amount. 

  • If booking for 3 nights or less payment in full is requested

  • 3 night minimum stay on ALL holiday weeks

  • A deposit of 1/2 the total price of your stay is required for all reservations over 3 nights

  • When a customer has made a check deposit and wants a refund, Acadia Seashore will refund with a check and offer regular or certified mail delivery at a customer cost of $7.50. At that point, if a check should become lost by the post office, Acadia Seashore shall not be held accountable for the missing funds. If the camper wishes to pay the stop payment on the check, Acadia Seashore will oblige.

Cancellation Policy:

  • 100% Refund of deposits if cancellation 30 days prior to reservation

  • 50% Refund of deposits if within 30 days of reservation

  • 0% refund of deposits within 7 days of reservation

  • 0% refunds if you have to leave early or if the weather is poor

Speed Pass Check-In

  • 7 days prior to your arrival, you will receive an email giving you the option to check in for your stay

  • You will need to complete the information needed, print off, for hand delivery or copy and paste, and return via email.

  • If you pay by bank transfer please pay your balance owed.

  • If you pay by check, please bring a completed check along with your check in form.

  • If you pay by credit card, you will need to call with your number and any fee's related to that transaction, and complete the balance owed.

  • EVERYONE MUST STOP AT THE CAMP STORE. Failing to do so could result in a loss of your site. ALL CAMPERS AND VISITORS MUST HAVE A WINDSHIELD BLUE CARD WITH YOUR SITE AND DEPARTURE DATE ON YOUR DASH.

  • We also ask that you wait for your escort (Peter or the workcamper) to bring you to your site.

 

Visitors:

  • Registered campers must notify the office of incoming friends and family.

  • Local friends and family must check in at the office

  • $2/day/person. This fee can be paid in advance of their visit or collected at the time of visit

  • Guests must leave by 8 pm and not exceed the number of people on a site.

Overnight guests:

  • Additional adults $5/night, additional children $3/per night.

Quiet Hours:

  • 9:30 pm to 8 am. 

  • Voice volume needs to be at a whisper

  • Please turn off exterior lights

Family/friends groups or gatherings:

  • Sites 32-38, 40-43, A-G or the Primitive tent site (P1 or P2) locations are the only areas where exceeding the site limit is possible with booking arrangements. 

  • Parties or large gatherings of any kind on any other sites are strictly prohibited.

  • NO GATHERINGS  OF MORE THAN 6 people at a RV site to day visit and 4 people maximum at tent sites at any give time.

  • 3 sites together maximum unless in the designated group sites listed above.

  • 1 Tent/Camper per site, 2 adults and 2 children per site, unless other arrangements have been approved with management. If approved, any additional adults are $5/night and children$3/night.

Music:

  • Needs to be kept to a minimum, if not at all, and off by 9 pm.

  • Playing of instruments during the day is fine, as long not disturbing others. And if you're any good, let us know! We'll put you on the porch to perform!

  • No performance gatherings are to held at a campsite.

Electric Cars:

  • $20/charge/instance

  • 20,30,50 amp connection are available

  • There is no charging cars at your campsite

  • Designated charging station is located near the office

Dish Washing:

  • No dumping gray water on the ground. Please utilize the dump station for dish water at the shower house.

 

Porta Potty:

  • If you have your own Porta potty, please do not dump in the shower house. Dump your waste in the dump station basin by the shower house.​ There is a hose to spray at the dump station as well for you to use.

Water Access:   

  • Please use the stairs to access the waterfront, between sites 8 and 9 and refrain from climbing the banking.

Tent Camping: 

  • Sites 15 - 17, are tent only sites. No cars are to be parked on site. 

  • Unloading your car with camping items, you must remain on the road and refrain from driving on the site. Our water lines are shallow and brittle.

  • Tarps - are only permissible during rain showers and are not to remain on tents for any duration

Courtesy:

  • Car or RV washing is not permitted

  • Sleeping hammocks and clothes lines are permitted only to be strung in trees located in the primitive sites, not on the water front as the trees struggle to stay on the banking as it is. 

  • Do not cross through another campsite.

  • Camp sites are designed to support a relaxed quiet around the fire conversation. All activities such as corn hole, football, soccer, etc., MUST be played in the open field. Not at a campsite.

Check in/out:

  • Please call if you need to arrive after 6 pm.

  • Camp sites: check in after 1 pm, check out 11 am.

  • Rental Units:  check in after 3 pm, check out 10 am.

Visitors:

  • All visitors MUST register at the office and provide id.

  • No more than 6 people at any site at any time. Excess number will be asked to leave.

  • Day Visitors: $2 per person per day, park in guest parking, and leave by 8 pm.

  • Overnight Visitors: $5 per person per day, park in guest parking and leave by 11 am.

Safety:

  • Any injuries or accidents that require medical attention need to be reported to the office.

  • DRIVE SLOWLY follow posted limit on campground 

  • Bike riding during daylight hours only. Helmets for children under 12. No speeding.

  • Only 1 family (2 adults and 2 children under 18), one car per campsite.

  • Motorbikes, electric skateboards, scooters, ATV’s and golf carts are not permitted to be driven on the campground Only designated handicapped person is permitted to operate handicap scooter.

  • Parents are not to leave children under 18 alone or unsupervised

  • All sites are on a 10-12 foot cliff. Waterfront is only accessible via the stairs located between sites 8 and 9.

  • Due to the natural surroundings, walking along the shoreline is at your own risk.

  • There is no lifeguard on duty. Swimming is at your own risk.

  • Do not allow your children to play in the road.

Fire:

  • Fire is dangerous. Please fully douse fire out when unattended.

  • Use of fire is always at your own risk.

  • Do not move the fire rings.

  • Fireworks, air soft, pellet or paintball guns are not permitted on campground property.

Trash & Recycle:

  • All trash must be bagged and put in the dumpster including clam and lobster shells.

  • Recycle all bottles and cans in designated area.

Laundry House:

  • Open between 9 am - 9 pm

  • There are 2 washers and 2 dryers

  • $6.00 per load (wash and dry) not coin operated

  • Please pay in the office for use.

Pet Policies - Dogs, Cats, Birds, etc

  • Must be under control (leashed and minimal noise) and cleaned up after at all times.

  • Do not leave pets unattended in RV/camper/tents.

  • Please do not chain your pet to any campground buildings, trees or property.

Scheduling:

  • Campers booking for less than 2 days, are subject to site changes at the campground owners discretion

  • Tent campers can only stay for 1 week at a time on a site because of the damage it does to the grass.

Shower House:

  • Shower house is cleaned between 11-1 daily

  • Please be sure to turn off the water and lights when you are done

  • Report any immediate cleaning needed in bathrooms

 

Drones​:

  • Not permitted to fly over campground without consent from campground owners.

Is that dog poop?:

  • If you are staying with us during the month of May, you may observe random, frequent piles of poop. Canadian Geese are the culprits. We are part of their migrating route and in general the rain typically takes care of their waste. Not to worry, the poop is 90% water and not as hazardous as one might think.

 

Generators:

  • Not permitted.

The bottom line:

  • Acadia Seashore management reserves the right to remove, without refund, any guests that violate any of the above rules or policies.

  • Your signature on your check in card, signifies that you have read and understand the rules of the campground.