- Bring your horse to Acadia National Park and stay at Wildwood Stables Campground
- Ten sites with box stalls for your horse
- $15 per night; $25 per horse
- Open Memorial Day to mid-October
- Call 877-276-3622 or Email Wildwood Stables for a reservation
- Hike the Jordan Pond Nature Trail or to the top of Day Mountain
Wildwood Stables Campground caters specifically to campers who bring their horses with them to Acadia National Park. It’s the ideal spot for horsemen to come to enjoy the lovely trails and gorgeous scenery.
You can find Wildwood Stables Campground off the Park Loop Road in Acadia National Park. When entering through the Cadillac Mountain Entrance, bear right on Park Loop Road and you’ll find the campground about a half-mile south of the Jordan Pond House Restaurant. Watch for the sign.
For reservations call 877-276-3622 or Email Wildwood Stables.
- Open Dates – Memorial Day to mid-October
- Fee per night – $15 per night for primitive camping and horse stalls $25 per night
- # of Sites – 10
- Toilet Facilities – Flush toilets
- Showers and Laundry – No
- Are generators permitted? – Yes
- RV sites available? – Yes
- Is there a dump station? – No
Nearby Activities & Attractions
- Wildwood Stables
Wildwood Stables offers daily carriage rides through the park. These picturesque journeys take you along famous and scenic carriage routes originally constructed between 1913 and 1940.
- Jordan Pond House
This is the only full-service restaurant in Acadia, and thus is a popular place to come for lunch or dinner. They also offer afternoon tea and popovers on the lawn overlooking the pond in the tradition of the late 1800s.
- Jordan Pond Nature Trail
Take this easy one-mile loop in the Acadia woods and along the shore of Jordan Pond. For a small fee, you can pick up a leaflet and take it with you on your hike to discover information about natural and historic details of the area.
- Day Mountain
When not riding your horse on the carriage roads of Acadia, a hike might be just the thing. Day Mountain is an easy hike of 2.6 miles out-and-back to the top of the mountain’s 583-foot elevation. You’ll get spectacular views of the Cranberry Isles.