Thomas Point Beach and Campground is an 85 Acre Park and Campground on tidal Thomas Bay in Brunswick, Maine. We feature over 100 campsites, including RV rentals, a 9-hole disc-golf course, playground, rec hall, on-site kayak/SUP/canoe rentals, summer concerts, and weekly events. Located just 10 minutes from the highway, and situated in the central Mid-Coast, Thomas Point Beach places you a short drive from many coastal Maine destinations, and offers a relaxing environment for when you just want to stay in.
Staying at Thomas Point Beach Park and Campground
We arrived at night and woke up to a beautiful view of the water. The sites are well kept and the bathroom was spotless! The staff was really nice and accommodating for our late arrival. Would absolutely stay again!
This spot is gorgeous! I live relatively close and after camping there for a friends wedding we have been back every year. This multiple generation owned campground is rustic and spacious.
They also host some amazing events for the community from music to car shows to weddings.
Friendly staff and owners who really know what hospitality means. Michael and his staff have always been on point and ready to accommodate us.
I’ve been going to Thomas Point Beach for well over a decade for their annual Bluegrass Festivals on Labor Day Weekend. The festival, which has been organized by the campground owners for over 40 years, won the International Bluegrass Festival of the Year in 2008 from the IBMA.
This year, with COVID messing up all of my festival plans, I have spent a few weeks Thomas Point Beach so far and plan to make another trip soon. The owners are health-conscious, and have added hand sanitizing stations throughout the park. The grounds are finely groomed, and the staff is attentive with any question I’ve had. You will not regret camping here, or attending an event here.
The campground is right at Thomas Point Beach which was fantastic! However, the sites were only average, no water hook ups, and the electric hook up required a 50 ft. extension cord to reach a pole.
Since it was not too crowded, we were able to find a site that gave us some room, but many sites were right on top of each other. The bathrooms were less than average in upkeep and cleanliness.
We put our kayaks into the water right at the beach and had a nice float in the bay. The campground is close to Topsham and Brunswick, which is where we needed to be for the weekend.
I would not recommend this campground as a destination by itself.