On-site activities, walking trails and recreational facilities are at your disposal. When you are ready to roam, you are a short ride from Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, Camden and the Islesboro Ferry. Enjoy the coast of Maine without the crowds-Congratulations, you have found a hidden jewel.
Searsport Shores accommodates all RV’s and offers a separate tenting area along the ocean beach. We welcome well behaved children and pets, providing plenty for them to do.
Small boats, canoes, sea kayaks and bikes are perfect vehicles for beginning your coastal exploration from camp. Larger boats can be launched at the historic town harbor of Searsport
Searsport Shores is located right on Route 1…no long and windy dirt roads, no tight turns or low branches. Just turn into our wide driveway and come straight to the store/registration desk where we’ll greet you with a smile every time you walk in.
It’s a big place… 40 Oceanfront acres…wheel chair accessibility to all the important places.
View from Silver Campsite
Sites: The Shores was once part of an 1800’s coastal farm. We have mature white pine trees, oak trees that have seen more than a century of full moons and plenty of apple trees. In this dappled shade you’ll find 125 campsites. All have fireplaces and picnic tables. The sites with water and electrical hookup are well maintained, level and cleared of all low hanging branches. The sites without hookups have access to drinking water within a short distance. Some sites are right on the ocean, others are set back from the breezes. This is truly an oceanfront campground so if you’re in a site the furthest from the ocean…you’re still only a short stroll to the beach. For specific rate information and site types, click here. For a printable site map, click here.
Sit on the Searsport Shores boardwalk to watch the sun rise over the bay.
Beach: How many campgrounds can boast 1/4 mile of private beach front? You can count them on your fingers. We enjoy a typically complex Maine beach…tidal pools, cobblestones, sandbars and climbing rocks. Happily you won’t find mud flats or under tow currents here so you can play in the waves and swim safely. (note to the wise: Always ask about mudflats, undercurrents and accessibility whenever considering a coastal Maine beach) The tide comes in and out an astonishing 100 yards so there’s always something different to see as you explore the ocean floor.