Timberland Acres RV Park

(93) Reviews

57 Bar Harbor Road, Trenton, ME, 04605

Located in Trenton, Maine, Timberland Acres RV Park offers big rid friendly, large pull thru, full 30/50 amp electric and water hookup sites along with wooded and tenting sites. Other amenities on site include WiFi, recreation room and pavilion, playground, shuffleboard, horseshoes, corn hole, an arcade, recreation room, swimming pool and planned activities throughout the camping season! There is no better place to stay while you explore the DownEast and Acadia region. Whether its for a short and or long term stay, we hope to see you soon!

Open Dates: May 8 to October 23

Last Updated: 09/10/2021

RV Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Full Hook Up (30 Amp) $36.00
Full Hook Up (50 Amp) $36.00
Water and Electric (30 Amp) $36.00
Water and Electric (50 Amp) $39.00
Tent Sites

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Tent $34.00

Cancellation Policy

Please provide 7 days notice for cancellations. For monthly and seasonal stays, we require a $250 non refundable deposit.


Require proof of rabies vaccination


Military and Good Sam discounts only apply to our in season rates and to our nightly guests.

Check in/out

Check in time is any time after 12pm. Check out time is 11am. If you are going to arrive later than 6pm please call our office.


Please call our office to check for availability during holidays. (4th of July and Labor Day)

50 Amps

30 Amps

Back-in RV Sites

Big Rig Friendly

Community Restrooms

Community Showers

Drinking Water

Dump Station

Fire Ring / Grill

Gasoline Nearby

Laundry Facilities

Paved Roads

Pet Friendly

Pets Allowed


Propane Refilling Station

Pull-Thru RV Sites

RV Hookup

Sewer Hookups


Slide Outs


Trash Service

Water Hookups



Swimming Outdoors

Big Rig Friendly

Extended Stay

Family Friendly


Pet Friendly


Tent Camping

Good Sam

Military Discount

Good Sam


57 Bar Harbor Road, Trenton, ME, 04605
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We are located approximately 14 miles from Acadia National Park. Acadia National Park has something for everyone! Also, near local restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, etc.


Overall Rating: 4.6

Patricia M Gallaghan

Very clean big sides plenty of parking easy entrance easy exit with big rigs close to Acadia Park where we spent our time visiting and there's some good seafood restaurants real close

Donald Schneider

We had a GREAT 2 week stay! We stayed here in 2013 but had to come back for a longer time. Got to have a campfire one night too. All sites have a fire ring away from the RV and others. The sites are L O N G and wide too. Great price also.

Bruce Mills

Very nice campground, close to Acadia National Park. Very close with a lot of choices of seafood. The wireless was excellent! (10 out of 10). Have no complaints at all, would stay again.

Barbara Kimble

They were great people! Nice clean place! Wash rooms and showers were clean and modern! Enjoyed our week there!

David Burton

Very nice RV Park. Clean and well maintained. Easy check-in, but the roads are narrow and tricky. The sites in the back of the park are spacious and quite. Laundry room was big and spotless, did not use the restrooms.The one thing that stood out was the full timers yards were clean of clutter and well maintained. That gave the appearance of a well managed park.

Ervin Vanover

Spacious pull though sites, great water pressure. Very accommodating. A lot of trees in half of the park and a lot of long term people. Over all a very good camp.

Duane Belcher

Beautiful campground. Easy check in. Great sites.

Douglas Wolfe

The pull thrus in general are long and can accommodate any size rig. With my 40’ fifth wheel, I can park in front or behind the trailer. All utilities are good. OTA TV is ok with a handful of stations. Verizon is good enough to allow the streaming of Netflix. The WiFi is ok with enough bandwidth to scroll thru FB and watch short videos. There is a table and fire ring at every site. The Laundry and bathrooms look ok, although we didn’t use either. It’s about a 1/2 hour ride to Acadia.

roy germain

Very nice campground friendly people near stores. Very quiet large sites

Tammy Custer

Had a great pull thru fhu spot. Roomy and nicely kept.

John Carpenter

Large flat sites, friendly staff, convenient location would camp again there.

Jeffrey Ferrante

We were in spot 83 with a Class C Tiffin Wayferer. This campground looks like it was developed in two stages. We had a site in the older part that is largely occupied by seasonals. Out spot was level and nicely shaded and private. The newer part is a developed field with rigs next to each other and less private with no trees or shade. Great for large rigs and less seasonals in this huge field. Rest rooms and showers were clean although run down (what would it take to buy new toilet seats) - same with laundry. Friendly helpful staff. Nice location but if you are touring Acadia Park there are closer campgrounds. Overall a pleasant experience.

Rich Pflederer

Great park close to Bar Harbor. We stayed in site 240, a pull-thru, 50 AMP, full hook up site. Loved the site, very long and nice and flat! Park is very well-kept and staff are available and friendly.

William Dickinson

We've been camping for over 40 years, visited 46 states and this campground is definitely in our top 10! The campground in general is very well maintained with large sites and all the amenities you could want. The bath houses were immaculate and the seasonal campsites were all unique, clean and reflected the type of campers that are attracted to this facility - responsible and creative. The staff were all super friendly and always willing to share local information. Speaking of location, this campground is perfectly situated for seeing all that there is to do in the area. Privately owned by a third generation family, this place is a gem and something that they can continue to be proud of. WELL DONE!! We'll be back.

Marcy Hoover

Large campground with pull thru spaces but no shade where we were and it was hot. No dog park but they have plenty of property to make one. Only one building in the center of the park for bathrooms and showers.

Larry Dial

Timberland Acres RV Park. We stayed the last week of May, Memorial Day weekend for 7 nights. The park is actually between Ellsworth and Trenton Me. Good paved internal roads, Gravel pads mostly pull throughs. Picnic tables and fire rings at every space. Laundry ($2.50 per load to wash and dry), Firewood and LP Gas are available for sale in the park. In fact, there seems to be an abundance of firewood available in the area. Spacing of the RV sites is a little close but not uncomfortable and the sites are plenty long. The rate for the week was $275 tax included so about $40 a night. There are a good many seasonal trailers in the park There are all of the common stores in the area, Wal Mart is nearby, Hannaford grocery and others also. The park filled up for Memorial Day weekend and there was a family reunion/returning guest/party atmosphere but is was not loud at all. There is lots to see in the area, Acadia National Park of course is the big attraction as is the town of Bar Harbor. You should plan a mid-week visit to those and avoid the crowd. Drive around the western side of Mt. Desert island and the towns of Southwest and Northeast Harbors. The houses are pretty spectacular maybe not in size but in location. We took a trolley tour of the park and learned about the “Money” folk who developed the park and donated it to the people of the United States. We drove about 1 ½ hours to Lubec Maine, the most eastern town in the continental United States and also stopped to see the Quoddy Head Lighthouse.


Amenities are good and with awesome wifi coverage.

Michelle Bell

The campsite is amazing. Very friendly check in . If the showers were better this would be a 5 star place.

Randy Ritchie

Although we were in the open field, we enjoyed our nights there. All of the wooded sites are taken be the full time and seasonal folks. Nice friendly staff and clean grounds and bathhouse. I definitely would stay there again if visiting Acadia National Park.

Jenn Greenleaf

We loved it so much we're returning in October!