Located on beautiful Passamaquoddy Bay


About Us

Located on Passamaquoddy Bay

Our Bay was home during the summer time to the Passamaquoddy Indians. They would fish, hunt and live along the shore line, Guests have found Arrow Heads and other artifacts along the shoreline. Beach comb for sea glass, urchins & shells. Dig in the cove for clams. Sit out on our private island and watch the sea life go by. Pick wild Blueberries and Raspberries along our property line. Kayak along the shore line and take in the beautiful unspoiled vistas. 

We share the bay with our Canadian friends of New Brunswick. Watch the twinkling of Deer Isle Lighthouse from your chair, During Canadian Day (July 1st) they even delight us at night with Fire Works from Deer Isle and St. Andrew's By the Sea. (We do not allow fireworks of any kind within the campground). During special times, listen to the Fog Horn. Watch "Rainbows" appear after a brief shower. At night look up and touch the stars. Stroll into town (1 mile) and watch people fish from the Breakwater. Stop and have breakfast at the oldest diner in Maine, the "WaCo Diner".

Big Rigs and Rallies are welcomed and we even offer "Lobster Bakes" from 20 to 40 people. Special rate discount for Rallies of 20 or more. Alternative menu for Land lovers. 

We have locals waiting to take you Deep Sea Fishing, Kayaking and Whale Watching Trips. Hike the area State Parks and trails. Attend one of the many Summer Festivals in the area. The week of July 4th is "Old Home Week". We have the largest parade in the State of Maine. Not to mention a week long of celebration. In recognition of our family members and honor of our Armed Forces we offer a Military Discount. Good Sam discounts too!

If you enjoy nature, panoramic views, no air pollution or traffic lights, we are the place for you.! Come and visit Moose Island and see why we are the Nature Coast of Maine.

To find out more about our Heaven on Earth click below.