Hipcamp host Scott F.
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Sea Kayaker's dream campsites! Camp on a 13-acre island in the ocean in Maine!

Each campsite is located on a 13-acre island that is very close to the mainland. It is an easy kayak or row boat trip to the island. At low tide, the Island is connected to the mainland by mud flat. Each campsite is located on the northwest side of the Island and has direct ocean views.

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Sea Kayaker's dream campsites! Camp on a 13-acre island in the ocean in Maine!

Each campsite is located on a 13-acre island that is very close to the mainland. It is an easy kayak or row boat trip to the island. At low tide, the Island is connected to the mainland by mud flat. Each campsite is located on the northwest side of the Island and has direct ocean views. 

Each campsite is large and is well separated from the adjoining campsite. Further, each site has a steel fire ring with an adjustable grill and a picnic table. One site has a wooden tent platform. At the end of the Island is a screened gazebo and benches that you can sit to watch the sun set over the open ocean. 

There are also two outhouses located on the Island. Fresh water is available on the mainland dock that is a very short paddle from the Island. Parking is plentiful and there is a very easy place to put your kayak in and out at both the Island and the mainland. 

It is also a great place to use as a base camp if you are planning to kayak to the other adjacent islands in Muscongus Bay. The Island at Flood’s Cove is an amazing place to camp if you desire a wilderness experience that is directly on the open ocean.

Flood's Cove will need to collect the 9 percent Maine State Room & Meals Tax as Hipcamp does not have a way to charge for this tax directly.  You can also rent kayaks and canoes or purchase hardwood firewood from Flood's Cove.  Please contact Flood's Cove if you would like to rent a watercraft or purchase firewood.    

Campsite area
Bring your own tents
No. of sites
8 bookable sites
Access
Boat
Group sizes
Up to 4 people per site
Potable water available
Spigot
Fires allowed
Fire ring w/ grill
Toilet available
Pit toilet
Pets allowed
On leash
Showers available
Pack it out
Picnic table available
No wifi
Have a question? Send Scott a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 11AM
  • Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

Activities

Offered on the Host's property or nearby.

Boating
Fishing
Paddling
Wind sports
Swimming
Wildlife watching

Terrain

Natural features you'll find at Maine Oceanfront Island Campsites in Maine.

Beach

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Hipcamper Samantha
Samantha W.
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(Site 6)
May 28th, 2018

Enjoyed a lovely weekend at Floods Cove. We camped on the small island. Sites were very nice, each had a picnic table and fire place. The owners were really helpful and friendly, they rented us a canoe to transport our gear out there, then we used it to tour around the local islands on our middle day. Saw a seal in the cove! Pay attention to the tides, it's best to come and go when they are high. Have fun, we sure did!

Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on May 28th, 2018

Thank you so much for visiting Flood's Cove. It is always amazing how close the harbor seals like to come to you as you are kayaking along. They are very curious animals and love to get a good look at you. You can always see twenty or so seals as they warm themselves on the Cow Island ledges. Cow Island is adjacent to Flood's Cove and about a 40 minute paddle. Thanks again for joining the Flood's Cove family on Memorial Day weekend.

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Hipcamper Jonathan
Jonathan L.
recommends this listing.
(Site 6)
May 28th, 2018

Amazing spot on a beautiful island surrounded by Maine coastal water. Watch the tide come in and go out and hear the wind wander though the deciduous forest leaves. The sites are well spaced and feel fairly private. Each has a picnic table and fire ring. You paddle to a beach where there are carts to help you bring gear to your site (not far). If it is high tide, it is a very short paddle to the island (maybe 1000 ft). If it is low tide, it is a little longer because you have to go the long way around the island, but it's not too far (probably less than 1/2 mile). There is great canoeing/kayaking around the area (look for seals). The hosts are great people who take hospitality seriously. Hope to be back soon!

Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on May 28th, 2018

Thank you so very much for your kind comments. One of the great things about Flood's Cove is that you can use it as a base camp to then go and explore the multitude of islands that are adjacent to your campsite. There are twenty or so islands that are within an easy paddle from Flood's Cove. It was great to get to know you folks and I hope you return soon.

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Hipcamper Kevin
Kevin P.
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(Site 1)
June 3rd, 2018

Our stay on the island was great! Flood's Cove is a spectacular spot, and we felt totally secluded (particularly as the only people out there for the night). We got lucky with clear skies and a great view of the stars, and spotted at least a dozen harbor seals (plus a swimming deer!) while sitting around the fire. The campsite—we stayed at #1—was large, well-maintained, and in an amazing location just above the shoreline. Plus Scott was able to rent us a canoe and provide enough firewood for the night when we arrived. We're definitely hoping to come back soon.

Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on June 3rd, 2018

Thank you Kevin for your kind comments and for visiting Flood's Cove. The campsites are amazing; from being on the ocean, all the sea life that you can see, the beautiful sunsets over the ocean and all the islands you can visit. We think this is a special place and I am glad that you feel that way as well. I hope you folks return soon. Scott Flood

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Hipcamper Molly
Molly B.
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(Site 1)
June 3rd, 2018

We had such a great stay on the island! The sea breeze makes it an especially great option for early summer camping — no bugs! Can’t wait to go back.

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Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on June 3rd, 2018

Molly - I am very happy that you enjoyed your stay in the oceanfront campsite number one. It is a great site with the stone stairs that go directly to the ocean. I am also thrilled that you enjoyed our special "bug free" zone that we established just for you! Just a bit of an ocean breeze makes all the difference in keeping the flying bugs away. Thank you again for visiting Flood's Cove and I look forward to having you return. Best wishes - Scott Flood

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Hipcamper David
David E.
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(Site 3)
July 5th, 2018

My wife and I could not be happier with our time here. We were greeted upon arrival and also had the chance to meet several members of the family that owns the property. It was all very friendly and relaxed. We canoed out to the island, which was set up just as advertised- a clean camping site with good privacy, only steps from the water's edge. We took a nice walk up and down the length of the island, hung out on the rocks and read, took a little swim, enjoyed the view, and had a perfect dinner by the fire. Flood's Cove is great. Its easy to get to but secluded enough that you really feel like you're getting out into nature. We will definitely be back!

Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on July 11th, 2018

Dear David, Thank you for your kind comments regarding our beautiful part of the world and our family. It was pleasure meeting you folks and I hope you return. The best part of what we do is meeting all the wonderful folks we meet along the way. Thanks again, Scott Flood Flood's Cove

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Hipcamper Pamela
Pamela C.
recommends this listing.
(Site 3)
July 7th, 2018

It was great! Definitely will come back and recommend the site to friends and family.

Hipcamper Alma-Lynn
Alma Lynn D.
recommends this listing.
(Site 5)
July 10th, 2018

Beautiful island, an easy paddle from shore. The sites are well maintained and very private. We will definitely be coming back for more than an overnight trip!

Hipcamper Aaron
Aaron G.
recommends this listing.
(Site 1)
July 11th, 2018

This was a wonderful camping experience. Highly recommended! The area is simply beautiful. The camp sites are on an island close to the mainland on the coast of Maine. Our site led onto a rocky beach with views of the bay all around. There are kayaks and canoes available for rental, so we had freedom to explore the island and surroundings. We had access to water and showers throughout the stay, and even carts were available for moving supplies between the beach to the campsite. The Flood family was also incredibly warm and friendly, with several members greeting us upon arrival and seeing us off upon departure.

As an aside to help you figure out if this is the camping experience for you, I wanted to point out that this is a little more involved than car camping, something more akin to a walk-in campsite. Though showers and water are available, they are on the mainland. On the island itself, there is an outhouse, but no water supply, trash cans, or electrical outlets. You can drive up to the dock to unload from your car - and can always access your car on the mainland in the parking lot - but when you are on the island, you are truly camping. You bring all of the supplies you will need to stay there with you. Planning helps a lot, since it is much easier to get back and forth at high tide, when you can boat between the dock on the mainland and the island in no more than 10 minutes. The trips between the island and mainland are not difficult at all, and the fact that you can shower and get water when you want makes this easier than many other camping experiences I've had. All of this was a great arrangement for us, but I wanted to provide this information to set the right expectations.

We would definitely consider staying again and encourage others to do so as well!

Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on July 11th, 2018

Aaron, Thank you for your great message and helpful thoughts about Flood's Cove. I agree that the oceanfront wilderness island campsites take a bit of effort to get to. However, everyone seems to enjoy the short paddle to the island and the oceanfront campsites. Plus, once you are sitting on the rocks watching the sun go down over the ocean with a glass of your favorite beverage in your hand, you know that it was all worth while. It is helpful to check the tide chart to make sure that you arrive and depart with more than half tide. It will make the journey to and from the island much shorter and easier. Thank you again for visiting Flood's Cove and I look forward seeing you folks when you return. Best wishes, Scott Flood Flood's Cove

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Hipcamper Talia
Talia G.
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(Site 1)
July 11th, 2018

My boyfriend and I had a wonderful time staying at Floods Cove! The kayaking was fun and the island was beautiful. If we had more time we would have relaxed in the gazebo and explored a bit more. The Flood family was super welcoming and friendly and did a lot of work to help us enjoy our stay including supplying firewood :)

Hipcamper Scott
Response from Scott, the Host, on July 11th, 2018

Dear Talia, Thank you very much for your kind comments. It was great having you folks visit our beautiful island and enjoy the amazing kayaking that Muscongus Bay has to offer. It is very common to see lots of harbor seals, the Eastern Egg Rock puffins, porpoises and osprey. This is the reason that several outfitters use our island as their base of operation for sea kayaking tours. I look forward having you and your boyfriend return. Best wishes, Scott Flood Flood's Cove

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Oceanfront Island Campsites
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