We have 12 wooded acres of waterfront property on the Downeast Coast of Maine. RVs can be parked on our lower driveway with a view of the bay (through the trees) or next to our barn. Both spots are level and very quiet.
No smoking on property. Pets need to be on leash and must be cleaned up after. Quiet hours (including no generators) after 10pm.
Our driveway is 1/4 mile long. It is well maintained gravel but is quite steep- downhill to the house, uphill to get out. It is completely accessible by any type of vehicle as long as there is no snow or ice on the ground. In winter, it is accessible by 4 wheel drive vehicles only. We are not completely sure what the RV size limit is. There is limited room at the bottom to turn around. We have a truck camper that is about 27 feet long and are able to turn around just fine. We are also able to turn the truck around when pulling a 15 foot boat trailer, We have had box trucks deliver things and turn around without issue. A very large RV or a vehicle pulling a large trailer might have an issue.
There is room to park a tow vehicle next to the RV. Our only requirement is that it not block our vehicles from getting out of the garage and up the driveway. There is lots of room, so that shouldn’t be an issue.
Space is available in the winter months, but the road is only accessible to 4wheel drive vehicles when there is snow or ice on the driveway. If you have a truck camper on a 4WD vehicle, you will likely be fine. Others may have issues. Our Subaru Outback typically makes it up the hill, but there are occasions when our 4WD F350 needs chains to get out.
We are also RVers so there may be times when we are traveling and won’t be able to host. You can check in with us a couple of weeks ahead of time and we should be able to confirm availability.
We are located on the Schoodic Peninsula, just a few miles from the Schoodic Section of Acadia National Park. Bar Harbor and the main section of Acadia National Park are about an hour away. We are just a couple of miles off of US 1, so we are a great stopping point for folks heading up the coast to New Brunswick and/or Nova Scotia. Calais and the border crossing to Canada are less than 2 hours away.