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Boothbay Craft Brewery & BrewPub

301 Adams Pond Rd, Maine 04537 USA

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Opens Wed 3p
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“Excellent brewery/pizza joint/campground!”

Onsite taphouse and food, the Biergarten features a bocce court, corn hole, and a covered pavilion. Extended access to our RV guests, sit back and relax with a beer in hand.

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Reviewed by
jodeegravel

  • 269 Reviews
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September 11, 2018
Rated

With only six FHU, 50 amp sites, this is a quiet gem in front of a small craft brewery and tavern.

Dirt and grass with small greenery space between sites. Level with open sky. Quiet and dark at night. No showers or laundry. No WiFi.

Wonderful fully contained cabins included with large green space.

Owners Win and Laurie are very welcoming and make you feel like you're visitors to their home, rather than "customers". The tavern is open 12-4 Tues - Sat and has a delicious selection of craft beer. No kitchen, but different food trucks come on certain days or they have BYOF days. The on site restaurant was not open this season, but will probably reopen in 2019.

Coming from Hwy 1, you will pass the brewery on Adams Pond and use the traffic circle to make a U-turn back so you can make a safe left turn.

We loved this little place for a quiet Labor Day Weekend without the crazy crowds of the larger park down the road. I highly recommend making this your stop when in the area.

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  • 40 Reviews
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September 17, 2018
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Boothbay Brewery has 5 full hook-up RV sites, along with some dry overnight parking, and cabins for rent, on the site of their brewery/tavern. It's the perfect place to stay, while exploring BoothBay and surrounding areas.

It's quiet, peaceful, clean, well cared for, level spots, great hookups, free wifi, and just minutes from the harbor. The brewery is open 12-4pm Tues-Sat (which we found odd) and has great brews and the occasional food truck to try out. They have a nice outside patio, bocci ball, inside seating, and the friendliest staff ever!

The Boothbay harbor is just 2 miles way, with plenty of actives, shopping, and dining. Other harbors are easily accessible from this area, and there are tons of preserves and hiking trails all around. This was the PERFECT Maine experience!

**Note - it is an extreme sharp (almost U) turn to get onto Adams Pond Rd from the state highway coming in. If you are a smaller rig, you can come down the North side of Adams Pond Rd from the highway. If you are a big rig, or taller than 12 foot, then you MUST continue down the highway about 2/10ths of a mile, and use the large round about to turn around and come back to the South entrance.

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Reviewed by
Campendium

June 20, 2020
Rated

Great place to set up camp. Great food beers and people

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Reviewed by
marcuswickes1

  • 173 Reviews
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August 18, 2020
Rated

Stayed here 2 nights in our RV after finding the location on Harvest Hosts. We opted to pay $50 per night for full hookups. Water was 40psi, 50amp, and sewer. Cell service was adequate for work and streaming (AT&T and Verizon)

Quiet location even with a few other RVs and cottages nearby. We had a pretty crazy storm roll through one evening but it made for an incredible sunset.

A bit tricky to get into with a big rig. Go down the road to the roundabout to come back the opposite direction. Much easier to navigate the sharp turn that way.

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  • 5 Reviews
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June 20, 2021
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Great place, much more quite than I anticipated. Even though it was pretty full it was quiet and peaceful!

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Liz C

  • 228 Reviews
  • 1 Helpful
August 09, 2021
Rated

Water, 50A, sewer, pizza, beer - all the necessities for a great overnight experience.

We loved our stay here. We were directed to the site that sides up to the brewery's outdoor beer garden area, and backs up to a chicken run. Do be aware that the campground tends to shuffle sites depending on who arrives in what length/style rig. And while you may favor one site over another - the real draw of this place is the brewery and pizza.

We were idiots and did not read the pre-stay email (READ THE PRE-STAY EMAIL) and made an idiotic right turn from 27S coming towards Boothbay onto Adams Pond Rd. Don't do this. We made it, but barely. There is a traffic circle about a 1/2 mile up the road which will turn you around nicely and allow for a reasonable turn onto the brewery's road.

There are also a few Harvest Host sites on the property - sans hook-ups.

Wi-Fi was very usable. Verizon was solid enough to stream with without enhancement gear.

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  • 12 Reviews
  • 0 Helpful
July 11, 2022
Rated

We came with a group and had so much fun! Riley and all the staff were so generous! They even had fresh oysters both nights we were there. The food was great and the new outside bar area was a really fun environment. The new bathhouse was super clean and even had clean towels for you to use. Riley connected us with the Cabbage Island Clambake which was absolutely awesome. They give you a boat ride out to an island where you get New England Clam Chowder, 2 Lobsters, Clams, Corn on the Cob, an onion, a hard boiled egg, and last but not least blue berry cake. Such an amazing evening! We also went the the Botanical Gardens and had a really fun afternoon. Would definitely go back to see more of the gardens. Hope to return to Boothbay Brewery in the future!

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roadtripper9066901 would stay here again
  • 13 Reviews
  • 0 Helpful
July 21, 2022
Rated

We loved this campground. They have both reservable sites with full hook ups and 3 Harvest Hosts sites. We reserved a full hook up site on a Monday and Tuesday and will return on a HArvest Hosts site to enjoy the food at the restaurnat / brewery on the property which looks amazing. The restaurant is closed on Mondays and Tuesdays year round which we did not realize when we booked our reservation.
Campground host / owner was very nice and always available to help. The bathrooms were very clean with showers and there is also a washing machine and dryer available as well.
THe campground is about 3 miles to the harbor where shops and restaurnats are located. Beautiful area!

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Campendium

August 23, 2022
Rated

We love this region and have returned here many times. They last time we stayed here, we really enjoyed it so much that we thought we would return. However, we made a mistake. When we boked, we assumed the food and beer tavern would most certainly be open. We are here 2 nights and are unfortunate to learn that it is closed both nights we are here. Bummer.
We're still here as I write this. It is still a nice little campground, level sights and all the hook ups are working fine. WiFi is good too.
The only negative is that we cannot enjoy the food and great craft beer and buy some to take home. So, my advise to you is that if you are interested in dining at this place, double check the days and hours they are open. We didn't as we just assumed they would be open in August as this is prime tourism season here. Nope.
We love the people who run this and are disappointed that we can't have a meal and sample lots of the brews. When we were here the food, drinks and service were excellent. So, double check before you book if you have an interest in partaking of what they offer. If not, it is still a very sweet little campground. The other campers are quiet and we slept well, as we did before. Such a shame we will return home without enjoying that part of it which was so exciting for us to return to. Oh well, live and learn.

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Reviewed by
JP Moery

  • 3 Reviews
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May 05, 2023
Rated

This is our second time here each time there seems to be improvements. Love the bathroom so much I almost want to stay in it with it’s cute little chairs and a little gas fireplace. This time the tavern was open which was an extra bonus, fun and good.

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Boothbay Craft Brewery & BrewPub

301 Adams Pond Rd
Maine
04537 USA
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