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The Maine Land

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· Maine
70 acres
1 site
1 Tent
Check out our 70 acres in tree-growth with some old logging trails. Casually bushwhack on if you feel it. There's a glacial erratic not terribly far from the site. Please note that it is possible to get lost, though unlikely! Please be courteous and respectful of the land and neighbors. Please be mindful that the Maine region is in moderate drought. Pick up after yourselves. Listen for the wildlife, look before speaking. Enjoy!
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Maine, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by George S.Joined in August 2022
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7 ratings · 6 reviews
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Sandy N.recommends
October 20, 2022
Rustic Maine Camping
Hello George, We very much enjoyed our quiet, field site with its well-taken care of picnic table and appreciated how you'd tarped the wood to keep it dry (even though weather stopped us from using it. Next time.) The site was just what you said it would be (no frills and off the gird) and that too, is appreciated. Even the outhouse was well-stocked and cared for. (But note, the bottom has accumulated lots of liquid that has to be ground water seeping in somehow.) Thank YOU!
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Jonathan A.recommends
October 19, 2022
Rustic Maine Camping
Great spot for two mid-October nights, arrived just after dark (and in some rain) but the written directions worked fine. Extra relieved to find a stack of firewood safely dry under a tarp. We made several meals over the campfire, the movable grill piece was very helpful. Woke the first morning to a misty field, the second to a beautiful sunny landscape with views of the water in the distance. Both were lovely! Took about 45 minutes to drive onto MDI to visit Acadia and Bar Harbor. Seems like we didn't have any neighbors, but I don't think we'd have noticed them either way as the site is up on a small hill and tucked into some trees. Recommended spot, we'd be happy to come back!
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Olivia G.recommends
October 14, 2022
Rustic Maine Camping
My dog and I loved this place!
The Spot was amazing and George was a wonderful host! He made sure to check we got in safe, had the basics ready and waiting once we got there! The land itself is quite adorable there are 2 other overnight sites (none are visible to each other without a walk ) and they share a dirt path drive way. We also drove into Acadia National Park (45mins) from this location and the drive itself is well worth the views! There is also great local hiking if you didn’t want to make drive!! We will hopefully be back to this spot next time we are in the area
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Eve B.recommends
October 9, 2022
Rustic Maine Camping
Pretty site in secondary-growth forest with distant views of Acadia. Very clean, new outhouse. Can see the other sites but they are far away. Was able to get to site with 2WD vehicle although could be tricky in mud or snow. Only real downside - you can hear Route 1 from the site.
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Dorothy K.recommends
September 18, 2022
Rustic Maine Camping
Beautiful site with a beautiful view! We loved how secluded it was, yet also close to conveniences, and surprisingly easy to find. It had a long and sturdy picnic table, firewood, a mix of grass and gravel surface good for a larger tent, and an outhouse with a clear roof that let in a lot of light. It felt like the perfect balance of intimate forest hideaway and expansive alpine meadow. Wish we could have stayed longer!
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Anthony J.recommends
September 4, 2022
Rustic Maine Camping
Best campsite in the area!
This place was an actual gem. It is about 45 minutes from Acadia and the hustle and bustle of Bar Harbor. A very easy drive to get there with many amenities and restaurants along the way. If you are looking to spread out and find peace this location is totally private, there are water views in the distance and a great setup complete with a fire pit, campfire wood, and 10 gallons of water to put the fire out. We will absolutely be back!
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