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About Moorings Campground

Oceanfront RV camping along scenic Penobscot Bay, in the heart of picturesque coastal villages and harbors.

Oceanfront Sites Premier front-row sites along Maine’s coast, with views from every site in the park… a camping experience you’ll treasure for years to come!

Family Friendly With a playground, private beach and scheduled gatherings and activities for all ages and interests, we’ll keep everyone happy at Moorings.

Things to do Whether it’s shopping, whale watching, boating or kayaking, you’ll find a wide array of outdoor activities within minutes of our location.

Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Moorings Campground is located in Maine
44.4296 N
-68.9712 W
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Moorings Oceanfront RV Resort is located off Route 1. The best travel days for traveling to our location are Monday through Thursday. Fridays bring more traffic northbound, while Sundays bring more traffic southbound. Backups on the both the Interstate and toll booths also take longer during July and August. While most of our guests enter the state via I-95 (the Maine Turnpike), some choose the more scenic coastal route. Directions for both are provided below, and the map above can also be used to print directions from your location. Taking the Coastal Route If you have the luxury of time, traveling on Route 1 is both scenic and enjoyable. We recommend that route if you have never experienced it. If you choose to take this scenic coastal route, we are located on the water side of the street, approximately 2 miles north of the bridge in Belfast (northbound), and 4 miles south of Searsport Village (southbound). Please note that this route may take 30-90 minutes longer during the summer months, depending on where you enter Route 1. Northbound, Taking the Maine Turnpike (I-95) Moorings can be easily reached via the Maine Turnpike . Once you pass through the Portland area, we suggest that you take I-295 toward Freeport, if your goal is to make the best time. I-295 ends, forcing you to merge onto I-95, just before Augusta. Take Exit #113 (Route 3) from I-95. This road leads directly into Belfast. Shortly after entering Belfast, watch for the large green sign near the overpass, for Route 1. Take a left onto Route 1 North. We are located approximately 2.5 miles away in East Belfast, on the right, about 1/4 mile beyond the Fireside Inn.
4 Reviews of Moorings Campground
Small, nice views

We didn't stay long, just one night, since we were passing through. Nice clean campground, and the staff was accommodating. Sites are lush and grassy. I am sure people mostly use rvs there. It is kind of open to the water, and the wind picked up. We actually thought our tent was going to bite the dust and we'd have to leave for a hotel, but we made it through. I would have liked to spend more time and enjoy the beach.

The Moorings

The Moorings has beautiful ocean front sites( they book up fast). And almost all the other sites have partial ocean views as well. Please note they have upgraded the campground and now ALL sites are full hook up with 50 amp, water and sewer. We stayed here in a 40 foot Motorhome. Many sites (not all) can accomodate bigger rigs. This is a great location from which to explore Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor and towns of Belfast, Rockland and Camden.

First to Review
Love the Ocean Access and Views

Overall, this is a great little private RV park with awesome views (from some sites) and great access to the ocean. The park is conveniently located just a few miles from downtown Belfast (a sweet little Maine town) which offers plenty to do and see. Plus, you are just five miles from the cute town of Searsport which houses the wonderful Penobscot Marine Museum and two miles from Moose Point State Park with hiking trails, picnic areas, and more gorgeous views.

The park offers a variety of sites (44 total) depending on if you want oceanfront, ocean view, or a pull-thru. All sites have electric (50 or 30 amp), water, cable and wifi. The five pull-thru sites also include sewer. A mobile sewer pump-out service is available for guests staying one week or longer and there is a dump station. Roads and sites are gravel with grass patios and level. All sites have a fire ring and picnic table. Our Verizon 4G phone and Hotspot worked great but we mostly used the free wifi which worked very well.

Park amenities include private ocean access, horseshoes, playground, laundry, showers/bathrooms, free coffee in the morning, free weekend papers delivered to your site, free donuts on Sunday mornings, and a restaurant on-site. The park organizes a lot of group activities including pot lucks, lobster shore dinners, and free wine and beer during Friday Happy Hours. The laundry has two wash machines/dryers and was clean and tidy.

The Moorings is in a great location. It is just a few miles from downtown Belfast where you will find restaurants, a brewery, boutiques, a movie theater, art galleries, historic museums/sites, and plenty of water-related activities. Grocery stores and fuel stations are within a few miles of the RV Park. Just a mere 20 miles away is the popular coastal town of Camden.   

What we liked about this park is the town of Belfast and how close the RV park is to downtown. Also, the parks small size and friendly people make this an enjoyable place to stay. We like the fact that they had social activities (like free happy hour and donuts) that bring people together. The ocean access in this park is great! A short set of stairs takes you down to the water which is great for exploring, launching kayaks, and letting the dog run/swim when the tide is out. 

The biggest downside for us was the price and lack of sewer and 50 amp at some sites. Our site was $66/night for a FHU (50 amp) pull-thru on the hill in the front of the park without much in the way of a water view. Premier oceanfront sites (with no sewer and 30 amps) are $72/night during high season. That being said, there are not too many options for campgrounds in the Belfast area and we really did like staying here. 

From a dog owners perspective this park gets mixed reviews. The rules ask that dogs be on a 4’ or less lease, you may only have two pets (unless you get prior approval), they must do their business in one small area and are not allowed on most grassy areas throughout the park. We make a consorted effort not too let our dog pee or poop in others yards but we don’t always have control over where that happens. We did like the fact that you could take them down to the ocean to play in the water and on the beach when the tide was out. Within two miles of the RV park is Moose Point State Park with a few miles of hiking trails, picnic area and water access (a daily use fee is charged). Downtown Belfast does have a fenced off-leash 1.4 – acre dog park with water for dogs and benches for owners.