Skip to Content

Save your favorite places and trip ideas

Want to create a list of your favorite Maine places and trip ideas? Just click the ADD TO TRIP PLANNER flag that you’ll find throughout the site. To save your list for future visits, click CREATE AN ACCOUNT at the right. When you return, LOGIN again to see your Trip Plan. Email your plan to friends and family by clicking SHARE YOUR TRIP.

printer friendly version

You have 0 items in your plan

view map

Need some suggestions?

create an account

In order to save your Trip Plan, please sign-up or login below.

Sign Up
logout
login
Login
share your trip
Send
Close trip planner   X
Get our free TRAVEL GUIDEBOOK
Email Sign-Up
Postal/ZIP Code *
Uncover Map

Forest Ridge Campground

Address:

40 Flockamoosen Way Ellsworth, ME US 04605

Phone:

207-644-7070, 855-299-6969

Forest Ridge is a 60 site campground located in Ellsworth, Maine. We are 1 mile from downtown Ellsworth, 19 miles East of Bucksport, 15 miles North of Acadia National Park, 18 miles from Bar Harbor and 25 miles from Bangor. We are centrally located in the heart of Downeast Maine, with easy access to Blue Hill, Castine, Deer Isle, Stonington, Lubec, Eastport, Schoodic Point, and Campobello Island. These towns offer you an array of tourist attractions, such as, fine dining, boat excursions, antique shops and lots of sightseeing.

The majority of our sites are drive-through sites with 50 amp electric, water and sewer. We have an on-sight laundry room, FREE showers, a public dump station, telephone with FREE calls to anywhere in the U.S. and Canada, FREE Wireless, EXCELLENT Cellular reception (US Cellular, Verizon and AT&T).

We offer two on-site campers that are available to rent by the weekend, week, month or season.

Our store carries some (Basic) RV Supplies and Maine novelties. We also offer firewood for those nightly campfires, ice, cold drinks and snacks.

Whatever your destination, you're certain to find your stay at Forest Ridge relaxing and enjoyable. We welcome travelers, vacationers, tenters, bikers, seasonal campers, large groups, caravans and rallies, or those just passing through to Acadia National Park.