We stayed at the Seawall campground for 3 nights. It was the most inexpensive and only one of two Acadia campground available when we booked. The Seawall area is scenic -- definitely worth a visit. It's not as touristy as the other parts of the island though the flip side is that the main attractions are typically 45 minutes to 1.5 hours away by bus. I probably would not stay here again though a first-time visitor or a budget visitor may want to consider it.
We also stayed at the Robbins Motel across the street which was an extremely convenient location bus-wise to Bar Harbor and the park trails (10-20 minutes away). Across the Robbins is Bar Harbor (private) Campground which is probably where we'll camp out the next time we visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Campground at Acadia National Park. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Seawall Campground Hotel Acadia National Park
- Seawall Campground Acadia National Park, Maine