A small Organic WInery on the coast of Maine.
Only well behaved pets (and owners) please!
It’s always nice to ask!
A gravel driveway leads up past the farmhouse & winery to the orchard & pastures.
In dry weather you can park and turn around in the pastures. There is one spot with 12ft low branches. There is an old apple tree you need to drive past to get to the top of the ridge.
There is plenty of space to park but we prefer smaller campers.
Generally available any time.
Acadia National Park
Great hosts with local information and a beautiful pasture to boondock in.
Nice host, good wine, fine time. We managed to get our 30' rig in, no problem.
Had a good experience staying at the orchard. Spent a few days there. Not too far from Acadia national Park. Beautiful sunsets over a beautiful orchard. The host were pleasant and and offered free wine tasting. I particularly like the blueberry wine. Parking is a little tricky and the ground has to be dry as it's just pasture grass. With some hills not perfectly flat anywhere. Great for Vans and small RVs.
We had a pleasant stay. Our hosts were welcoming, although pur visit with them was cut short by thundershowers. We appreciated the quiet and safe spot for the night.
Host was accommodating, we arrived later in the day and he showed us where to park. A couple different spots in the field out behind the house. We were pretty level, but some spots looked a little soft and grassy. Unfortunately the spring brought the flies so we weren't able to sit out and enjoy the sunset, but quiet night as at a small winery. Quick stay and on to Acadia. Thanks!