Pitch your tent in the field or near the wood line with a beautiful view; quiet and peaceful but close to amenities, a half mile away in the Town of Brooks.
- Check in: After 12AM
- Check out: Before 12AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
On roadway available close by to Belfast, Maine with a share the road program
Boating available at near-by lakes 12 miles to Swan Lake Public Boat Landing
Boating available at near-by lakes 12 miles to Swan Lake Public Boat Landing Lake has been stocked 2018
Several hiking spots available around Waldo County including the Belfast Sea to Hills Trail
Available at near-by Camp Fair Haven
Rentals at near-by Belfast Penobscot Bay for sea Kayaking and 12 miles to Swan Lake Public Boat Landing
ATV Trail directly from campground leading toward Brooks, Jackson, Unity, Troy and Newport
Swimming available at near-by lakes 10 miles to Swan Lake State Park
Birds and deer sightings on property
Natural features you'll find at Deering Acres Campground in Maine.
Monroe Falls is located in the next town
Places to see near Deering Acres Campground
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
Beautiful views for camping!
It was a beautiful stay! Took a little work to get the camper situated as the land is sloped a bit but once we got it, it was a perfect location!
This camp was convenient for a stop between Bar Harbor and Conway, NH. The topography is pretty steep even for the picnic tables. We have a truck with camper and had to use a lot of leveler. The directions say the entrance is at the sign but actually is about 500 ft past it. Luckily, a man was working on the property and was able to direct us. This is no frills camping at best. It suited our needs but if other campers had been there, we would have had no privacy. Camps are close together and would be good for a group of tents.
Deering Acres has absolutely stunning views and is quite peaceful despite being on a somewhat busy two lane road (traffic died out at night). Just know that though it has three sites, they aren’t clearly delineated, and there’s really only one designated site with a flat spot for a tent or car. Most of the property is on a slope, so it might be hard with multiple people at once. Also, beware of a muddy spot on the drive right before the sloped field! Still, it was all worth it because the view was lovely and we had a great time anyway. Lots of birds in the trees, too.