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Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land

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Cutler Coast
Cutler Coast
Cutler Coast
Cutler Coast

Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land, Maine

One of the largest parcels of undeveloped coastline in the northeast, Cutler Coast will give you all the beauty of Acadia National Park, with none of the crowds. This wilderness area encompasses Read more...

One of the largest parcels of undeveloped coastline in the northeast, Cutler Coast will give you all the beauty of Acadia National Park, with none of the crowds. This wilderness area encompasses blueberry barrens (bring your collection bags in August), spruce forests, and peat bogs, not to mention cobblestone beaches, spectacular wild bluffs overlooking the Bay of Fundy. The ten-mile loop trail that traverses Cutler Coast (also known as the Bold Coast) will take you on an easy jaunt through this spectacular landscape, and just when you are farthest from civilization, you'll find yourself choosing from three primitive campsites overlooking the rugged bay.

Get up early to catch the sunrise, and watch for hungry seals and whales hunting in the waves. While you won’t put away big miles, this is a place for sauntering not hustling. Ready to dive in? Head north, friends and this place can be yours.

Cutler Coast Campground
The camping’s magical at Fairy Head within the Cutler Coast Public Reserved Land. There are three...
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Old Quarry Ocean Adventures
Katie: Stayed for one night in late April. Great place!! We stayed at site 9. When we checked in, our lovely...
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Paul: Hike in, pitch your tent among the birches, and enjoy the quiet. We offer only one site so that you...
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Jason: my favorite campground in Acadia. Book it in advance, fills up quickly!
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Evan: Access and Convenience! The location puts you in a perfect location for trip to Mt Desert Island and...
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Averi: Gorgeous little ocean side campground! Being right on the ocean, it can get quite chilly at night,...
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This newcomer was built in 2015 to attract overnight visitors to the beautiful Schoodic Peninsula....
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Erin: Nancy has created a little slice of heaven for a passing camper in one of the most incredible and...
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Polish your paddle and take to the lake—it’s all about the water when you camp at Rocky Lake Public...
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Jennifer: Pitch your tent nestled in the Maine Woods. Peaceful location. You will have access to a fire pit and...
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Jane: Pitch your tent or park your small camper at the base of Derry Mountain of Camden Hills State Park in...
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The Machias River Corridor offers four separate camping areas right along the wild, scenic river,...
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Kim: Pitch your tent in our meadow between our organic blueberry fields and our forest. You are able to...
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The best way to explore this water wonderland? A few days stay at one of the remote, scenic campsites...
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Myles: Our stay at Birch Gate was great. We really wanted to get out to Acadia this fall to see the leaves...
Tops'l Farm Luxury Cabins
Aimee: Tops'l Farm is stunning. Sarah is such a wonderful host. There are both A Frame cabins & tents...
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Erin: Motherwort Farm is a unique gem, complete with a tour guide (Yukon!), and with both a tent platform...
Mountain Forest & Penobscot Bay
Amanda: Atop a mountain overlooking the tidal flow of Upper Penobscot Bay, our land here is open to your and...