Open for the 2019 Season!
Woods of Eden
Bar Harbor Maine’s
Located in Bar Harbor, Maine, just 4 miles from Acadia National Park’s Main Entrance, the Woods of Eden Glampground offers your family and friends a quiet wooded setting for a wonderful “glamping” experience. Nestled on over 24 acres of woods, the Woods of Eden is truly a nature lovers paradise. Less than a half mile from the ocean, you will feel and smell the breeze as it blows through the tall pine, cedar and oak that shade your glamping tent. If you’re looking for adventure in the park, you are just a short drive to America’s favorite park, Acadia. When you are ready to venture out to shop and dine or catch a movie, downtown Bar Harbor is only 6 miles away. This famous seaside resort town has everything you will need to make your vacation memorable.
Three of our glamping tents sleep six in two queen beds and a bunk. One of our tents is ADA compliant and sleeps four in a queen and a bunk. Each tent has a full bathroom, living area/dining area, kitchenette and deck. Our showers boast 8 showerheads with a large hot water tank to ensure a warm shower for all.
We provide all sheets, pillows and blankets for the beds and towels for the bathroom as well as basic paper products, cleaning supplies and shampoo, conditioner and soap.
A small refrigerator, kitchen sink, coffee maker, toaster, induction hot plate and gas grill are provided for those times you want to stay put and cook for yourselves.
Deep in the cool woods, the ocean breezes and shade of the woods will make for comfortable sleeping on summer nights. For those cooler fall nights we provide electric blankets and electric heaters. Each tent is situated to provide you with privacy but is still close enough to the other tents to create a sense of community.
If you enjoyed tent camping as a kid, you will love staying in one of our four luxury tents. If you have never camped, this will be an experience you will not forget.
Just 4 Miles from Acadia National Park
Sleep at the doorstep of beautiful Acadia National Park. A stunning national treasure on the coast of Maine, Acadia offers hiking and biking and breathtaking views of jagged coastlines, and pristine lakes. With more than 130 miles of hiking trails and 45 miles of “carriage roads” you will never run out of things to do. Climb or drive up Cadillac Mountain, swim at Sand Beach, walk or bike from stonebridge to stonebridge on the carriage roads. Acadia has a lot to offer which is why it is one of America’s most popular National Parks.
Located on 24 wooded acres in the town of
Bar Harbor, Maine just minutes from Acadia National Park. Woods of Eden is a nature lovers paradise.