Searsport Shores Ocean Camping Blog

It’s no surprise, we’re a business that’s weather dependant. We need good weather in the Summer to put people in the camping mood and we need warm, dry weather in the...

Fiber College is an event that crystallized from a fertile mixture of eco-tourism, agri-tourism, cultural tourism and self indulgence. It’s all about being outdoors in the Fall sunshine, learning new skills...

There’s still enough snow on the ground to allow us the luxury of staying inside even though we open in about a month…as they say, there’s no point in fighting with...

“They” predicted 3-5 inches of snowfall as a result of last night’s storm…this is what we got: I love snow days! They’re like little breathing breaks sanctioned by Mother Nature.  Even...

Here at Searsport Shores, we see camping in every form. Guests arrive with sleeping bags for the back seats of cars, tents of every descripition and RV’s from tiny trailers to...

The good news is that when you work for yourself, sometimes you can schedule your own hours. The bad news is that when you work for yourself it’s possible to work...

Last week Sarah wrote and asked what “subscribe to feed” meant at the bottom of this blog.  Being new to the whole thing I wasn’t sure but I promised to figure...

After visiting the Beau Chemin Farm on Saturday, my world spun 180 degrees and I was in Boston on Sunday for the Wholesale Gift Show. Shopping for the gift store is...

Saturday we went to the most wonderful farm in Waldoboro, Sunday I drove to Boston for the Wholesale gift show, Monday I walked 5 miles with my sister-in-law near her home...

Do you walk through life knowing that there’s always a surprise lurking behind a tree somewhere? I do…and I’m seldom wrong…yesterday it came in the form of Spring floods. Like most...