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Greetings camping and garden friends!
After much hard work we can now say our tent campground is opening. A rare plant nursery and scenic campground all in one …the only place like it. Tent camping with scenery all around you in mid coast Maine! Tall pines, fragrant firs and all the neat flora of Coastal Maine surround you at our lakefront property in Georgetown, Maine.
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These are not your typical campsites all jammed together.
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If you’ve been here you know how scenic our property is …but few have seen the amazing back property featuring a meandering stream, beaver pond and dramatic cliffs with moss covered boulders. Our tent campground now showcases that beauty.
Come experience it …it is truly park-like.
Just five private campsites, each with great features, including a water spigot at each site, offer a true back woods experience! (Yet close to civilization)
Two sites have great fire pits …all sites are near or on our stream and have direct access to a logging road and hiking on the 140 acre nature reserve.
Pine needled trails and pine needles at the tent sites for comfortable sleeping!
Two sites are near our beaver pond with the sounds of frogs and sights of great birdlife including Bald Eagles, herons and more.
Two sites are accessed by small footbridges over the stream. There are moss covered boulders and dramatic cliffs near the Morning Mist, Babbling Brook and Cedar Meadows Sites.
We are centrally located near Bath Maine with many major Maine attractions within a days drive.
Above shows the meandering stream after some good rains, this is near the Morning Mist Site
The Red Door Site red door! Where did it come from? And where is the rest of it? That door has been there since we bought the property in 1988.
There are enclosed high quality portable toilets with fans and lighting. Discretely placed solar and motion lights for ambient light to get you around in the dark.
For an additional fee we can provide a tour thru our abutting park-like nursery, there is no other nursery like it. See the largest collection of rhodos in northern New England.
Swimming: We are close to Reid State Park and it’s famous sandy beach. Plus, a few miles up the road is Sewell Pond, a noted swimming area. With so many campgrounds overcrowded, here is your chance to experience the Maine woods in a private way …like it used to be.
BBQ: Sites 3, Morning Mist and 4, Babbling Brook, have cool BBQ pits.
Scenery: Dramatic rock bluffs and moss covered ledges are near the campsites. Don’t forget the meandering stream.
FOOD: The general store is two miles away …a nice walk or bike ride. The historic town of Bath is less than fifteen minutes away.
Come camp …it’s a great back to nature place!
Here is a description of each tent site. Sorry no RV’s.
Site 1– Red Door site, overlooks a scenic beaver pond with waterlilies and cattails. The sounds and sights of frogs, birds and deer are all around you. It is a short walk to the lake, Bald eagles frequent it. $29 per one or two people, $6 for each additional.
Site 2– Frog Hollow site, is near a stream and beaver pond with waterlilies. It is a short distance from site 1. For larger groups consider booking both site 1 and 2. Also a short walk to the lake where eagles hover. $29 per one or two people, $6 each additional.
Site 3– Morning Mist Site, is accessed over a small foot bridge and has a larger footprint. There is a gentle rise in back of the site, and it too is near a lovely, rock strewn meandering stream. Morning sun fills the area. There is a gorgeous fire pit. $38 for one, Flat rate $43 for two to 4 people.
Site 4– Babbling Brook Site
Babbling Brook site is accessed by a different footbridge over the stream and small waterfall and is very private. The site itself is close to the stream and has a cool firepit. Cascading over rocks the stream can be easily heard and adds a relaxing feel. $38 for one, or Flat rate of $43 for 2 to 4 people.
Site 5– Cedar Meadows Site
Cedar Meadows site is the most private with a serene view to a salt marsh and tall pines. The stream empties into it creating a small waterfall by the footbridge. It’s the largest site. Nearby is a dramatic cliff. $38 for one, $43 for 2 to 4 people. $6 for one more, totalling $49.
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Bookings are filling up
Above, Moss covered boulders near Babbling Brook and Cedar Meadows Sites
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