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About Bass Harbor Campground

The Carsey family welcomes you to a Downeast camping experience. Our campground is on the "quiet side" of Mount Desert Island and only a 10 minute walk from Bass Harbor Head Lighthouse. Each of the 120 shady or wooded sites has a Fire-ring and Picnic Table. We offer our Campers: Clean Restrooms Free Hot Showers Electric & Water hookups Electric, Water, Sewer hookups Electric, Water & Sewer Pull-throughs 20, 30, 50 amp Sites RV Sites have Cable TV Camping Cabin rentals Group Tenting areas & Group Rates Seasonal Sites Heated Pool Playground Wi-Fi (Free!) Dump Station Camp Store Gift Shop Ice & Local Firewood Laundromat Dogrun Credit Cards accepted Enjoy mountains, woodland trails, spruce and birch forests and the pounding surf of the Atlantic as it crashes against miles of rocky shoreline. Windswept Acadia National Park features rugged headlands, tide pool critters and a variety of naturalist activities.

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Private
Access
Drive In
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ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Bass Harbor Campground is located in Maine
Latitude
44.2307 N
Longitude
-68.3394 W
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5 Reviews of Bass Harbor Campground
Honeymoon Campground

My husband and I stayed here for our honeymoon to Acadia National Park! We stayed in a small cabin and it was perfect for our stay. Weather was a bit cold when we were there (October 2018), but there was a space heater. Had space to prepare food as well as a microwave, fire pit, and grill for use. The showers and bathroom were well maintained and close to the cabins. Walking distance to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse and other National Park hiking trails. We loved it and look forward returning for another trip!

Great Spot!

First of all, fires and dogs are both totally fine! We go every year. It’s a short walk to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse, on the quiet side of the island, and has clean accommodations. There’s nowhere on the island we’d tather go!

It was fine

This campground served its purpose for a place to lay our heads at night. The staff were very friendly and helpful.The bathhouse was pretty clean. I was happy to meet the local dogs.

Downside: Very small campsites very close to each other. Absolutely no seclusion or privacy whatsoever. As this is generally my #1 feature in a campground, it was disappointing.

Quiet and Private

We stayed here the first night ever camping in Acadia. Tent campers have a much prettier space than RV, as with most campgrounds, and they have a lot across the main road which is perfect for tent camping. if you have multiple sites for large gatherings you could honestly take over an entire section and it looks like a community area. we really liked it here. it has a pool, which my daughter loved but I much preferred going down the road to the lake to swim. it’s walking distance to the Bass Harbor Head Light, and that is just beautiful. rarely is there ample parking at the light, so walking from your site has its advantages. The owners were very accommodating and the free acadia shuttle does pick you up from there!

First to Review
Very quiet clean nice clean restrooms and showers

Very quiet clean and very nice people 10 min walk to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse