Hadley's Point Campground

33 Hadley Point Road, Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 33 Hadley Point Road, Bar Harbor, is near Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf, Acadia National Park's Visitors Center, Hulls Cove Visitor Center, and Frenchman Bay.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHadley's Point Campground Bar Harbor

Reviewed by karengilmore

Great private site,, nice pool

Reviewed Aug 27, 2013
by (16 reviews) Vernon BC i , Canada Flag of Canada

This is a large spread out campsites with lots of treed and open sites. Lots of open grassy areas between sites and RV sites have ample room. Pool is clean and warm. Washrooms clean. Friendly staff!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Hadley's Point Campground Bar Harbor

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor

Last day at Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by mga60tw on Aug 06, 2014

11 photos

We took the Ocean Path Trail from Otter Point to Sand Beach. It was a beautiful hike of just over 2 miles along the rocky coast of the Atlantic Ocean. There were several coves and one place called Thunder Hole where the water comes into the rocks and bounces off the rocks making a sound just like thunder.
We had taken our lunch and as we were eating we watched some rock/cliff climbers. It was cool to watch but isn't ...

Day 12-14 Maine

A travel blog entry by blakekelsey on Jun 23, 2014

1 comment, 25 photos

... around the place if he could show me how to eat the rest of the lobster. I swear this guy was just waiting for someone to ask him for help because he jumped at the request and manhandled the you-know-what out of my lobster! He snatched the lobster and plunged his huge thumb into the tail and ripped it out of the shell! He had these huge working-class-hero fisherman hands and was obviously very skilled on how to eat a lobster. After some cracking and pushing and pulling, he ...

Lighthouses, Sand Bars and Sunsets

A travel blog entry by christinewesten on Sep 16, 2013

3 photos

... the summit of Cadillac Mountain. We both hoped it would clear up!

I made a brief stop at the hotel and picked up a small pizza and made my way to the overlook. Sunset was scheduled for 6:41 and I arrived at 6. There weren’t many cars in the parking lot and most of those cars still had their occupants inside. I found out why when I stepped out of the car and into the biting wind. According to my ...

High Heat, High Sea, Limited Common Sense

A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 22, 2011

1 comment, 12 photos

... Of course these people probably don’t break out their winter jackets until the there is foot of snow and single digit temperatures.

Yesterday we decided to see the roads less traveled in Maine. We headed over to Northeast Harbor for lunch then through Southwest Harbor to get to Bass Harbor Lighthouse. What the names lack in creativity up here are made up for in their simplicity and easy use of a compass. ...

Up early for more bike trails!

A travel blog entry by cochranfamily on Jun 30, 2010

11 photos

... together so well as Cleo and Michael.

We rode back to the campsite only to realize the tide had raised enough for Dolly to get a good swim in the water in front of our campsite. Standing on a rock looking out over the water I make every effort to remember this feeling of peacefulness. Maine has been a wonderful surprise and we have only scratched the surface. With pouty faces we head home. I hope that we will be able to return ...