50 Resort Way, Ellsworth, ME 04605


Acadia Village Resort is a smaller resort consisting of 24 Townhouses, 12 Villas, 3 Manors, and a Clubhouse. Our spacious one, two, and three-bedroom units can accommodate four to ten people in comfort. All units include a kitchen, living room, and access to a washer & dryer. Most units even have their own private jacuzzis. All units have WiFi, cable t.v., and a DVD player.

Acadia Village Resort has something for everyone including an indoor heated pool, hot tub, fitness room, game room, outdoor tennis court, half basketball court, pickleball court, and horseshoe pit.

Check-in & Check-out Times

  • Check-in is at 4 p.m.
  • Check-out is at 10 a.m.


Welcome to Coastal Downeast Maine and Acadia Village Resort, a three-seasons resort area with New England tradition. Ellsworth, a gracious town with hospitable people, is enhanced by historic architecture and surrounded by an extensive lake region. Originally settled in 1763, it is located at the head of the Union River and at the Crossroads of Downeast Maine.

Stretching from the lake region north of Ellsworth toward the most easterly portions of our nation, the Downeast Acadia region encompasses some of the most striking stretches of Maine coastline. Much of the coastlineā€™s primitive beauty is preserved within Acadia National Park, the oldest national park east of the Mississippi River, the only coastal national park north of Florida, and the second most visited of all our national parks.


The region has unparalleled activities for a wide range of interests. Experience the breathtaking views within Acadia National Park, Bar Harbor, and surrounding areas. Experience authentic Downeast cuisine including lobster rolls, blueberry pie, steamers, and red snappers.

Hike one of the many scenic trails, fish in one of the local streams or lakes, visit the easternmost point in the United States, watch the sunrise atop Cadillac Mountain, explore one of the islands, and jump aboard the Downeast Scenic Railroad in search of adventure.

Maine is so much more than a destination it's a way of life.