RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Quietside Campground

Quietside Campground's unusual campground sites are meant for people to enjoy the experience of camping in its simplest form — yet comfortably and with some conveniences. Visiting campers are immersed in the wild, coastal Maine natural surroundings from natural indigenous foliage to native birds and wildlife. Your vacation with us is truly a breath of fresh Maine air!

In keeping with the new nationwide philosophy of "No Child Left Inside," we encourage a nature based, "green" atmosphere at Quietside. Enjoy the stars while sitting by the fire without bright lights. Listen to and observe the many birds around the campground. We have a full complement of outdoor books and information in the campground office. There are many programs in the area to encourage children as well as adults to head outside.

Drive In
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Quietside Campground is located in Maine
44.2517 N
-68.367 W
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3 Reviews of Quietside Campground
Really cool

Stayed here in the weekend I proposed, to my now wife. Excellent hiking. Sweet tiny cabins


Hidden gem. Rustic, quiet and affordable. Super friendly owners. Cabins are awesome!

First to Review
Great price, great people, OK location.

Quietside campground's worst feature is it is about a half hour to the major areas of Acadia National Park. Other then that the campground is a very nice, basic campground. There are two bath house with hot water and showers and flushing toilets. In addition, there are a couple port-a-pots. The sites are pretty private. We have stayed several times, for tent sites 30, 29, 25, and 26 are probably your best bets. There is a common room with an old pool table, some chairs, and WiFi. Campwood and ice are reasonably priced. The owner is super nice and helpful. We will stay here again for sure, but if this is your only visit to Acadia you may want to stay on the other side of the island to have easier access to the park bus system.