Tuesday, November 28, 2023


Maine “lobstah” delivered to your RV

With Emily Woodbury

If you’re heading to Maine for some “lobstah,” you might as well have it delivered to your RV, right? At Sagadahoc Bay Campground on Maine’s beautiful Georgetown Island, you can book a spot right on the water (great for swimming and fishing), and have a freshly caught lobster delivered right to your RV, hot and ready to eat or ready to be cooked in your kitchen – your choice. Either way, we recommend butter … a lot of it. Drooooooool.

Click the image to watch a video of Al Roker, from The Today Show, visit Sagadahoc Bay Campground. Mmm … that lobster looks tasty!

You can also purchase a clam license ($21, good for seven days) and dig up unlimited dinners right off your campsite. Clamming license, tools and even large cooking pots are available in the office.

All sites have running water and septic, and most have electricity. The campground has free WiFi and a dump station, and pets are welcome. You can visit the park’s website here to book your spot.


Emily Woodbury
Emily Woodburyhttps://www.rvtravel.com
Emily Woodbury is the editor here at RVtravel.com. She was lucky enough to grow up alongside two traveling parents, one domestically by RV (yep, Chuck Woodbury) and the other for international adventures, and has been lucky to see a great deal of our world (and counting!). She lives near Seattle with her dog and chickens. When she's not cranking out 365+ newsletters for RVtravel.com she's hiking, cooking or, well, probably traveling.



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Neal Davis (@guest_245343)
4 months ago

Thank you, Emily!

B N S (@guest_244460)
4 months ago

Currently, The Maine Lobstermen are being put out of business due to “New Regulations”… Enjoy, while you can…

Elaine Ashton (@guest_244421)
4 months ago

Had to put in one more compliment for Emily Woodbury whose job as Editor is a huge responsibility. I so appreciate what she does as I labor on my small task as editor of our mobile home park Gazette which can’t hold a candle to what Emily does. Hang in kid. Your Dad taught you well.

Mark K (@guest_244373)
4 months ago

We stayed at Harborside RV Resort in Stockton Springs, ME. There was a lobster fisherman staying at one of the sites and we were able to order lobster from him. The CG had a burner and steam pot for steaming the lobsters for rent at $10. The lobsters were caught that day and were very delicious. Funny thing was the fisherman didn’t eat seafood.

If you’re in Bucksport, ME, you have to try Friar’s Brewhouse and Taproom for their lobster roll. It is on homemade bread made by the brothers, they also brew their own beer.

Johnm405 (@guest_244247)
4 months ago

Old article but had to comment. Anybody that eats lobster will kick little chickens in the ditch.

Conni (@guest_244406)
4 months ago
Reply to  Johnm405

Wow! 😂😂😂

John2470 (@guest_63414)
3 years ago

..,, a good guy!

Linda (@guest_41660)
4 years ago

Great campground, small. The lobstah is delish!!!!!

Doug G. (@guest_41634)
4 years ago

Why did you even link to this? Your short article gave way more information about the camp[ground than this stupid video! The campground was barely mentioned, and only once.

Anthony Joel Vinson (@guest_41631)
4 years ago

Hadleys Point Campground does the same thing in Bar Harbor. I will spend copious amounts of money on the crustacean!

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