Schoodic Institute hosts a variety of classes, workshops, conferences, and lectures annually. Guests who are on campus attending any of these may rent housing. They can check availability and cost by dialing 207/ 288-1356.
Guests visiting Schoodic Institute are not required to purchase a park pass, however, if you are visiting any other destination at the Schoodic section of Acadia National Park you must have a park pass. Park passes may be purchased in advance online, at the Ranger station at Schoodic Woods Campground, at the Welcome Center at Rockefeller Hall at Schoodic Institute, and at the town offices in Gouldsboro and Winter Harbor.
Mail can be sent to PO Box 277 Winter Harbor, ME 04693.
Hours vary by day of the week and season and should be confirmed on our website www.schoodicinstitute.org.
Campus guests who require assistance after hours should call our hosts at 207/963-2766 Ext 31 or 37.
Sheets and towels are provided.
Registered service dogs are permitted, in housing. Dogs are permitted on campus but must be on a leash and the owner must clean up after their dog.
Bangor International Airport is located 1.25 hours from campus. Portland International Jetport is 3.5 hours. Bar Harbor Airport is 45 minutes.
There is limited shuttle service available; this includes buses, taxis or Uber. Most guests rent a car at the airport and make the drive to campus.
We do! This is located at Acadia Drive on campus. Located on the right across from Moore Auditorium. Codes are posted above chargers. Suggested donation is $2.00 per hour. Please drop the $ into the tall metal drop box located beside the chargers.
Trail maps are available at the Welcome Center at Rockefeller Hall at Schoodic Institute and Schoodic Woods Campground.
All meals are served in Schooner Commons. Breakfast is served 7-8:30, lunch 12-1:30, and dinner 6-7:30.
Schooner Commons closes at 9pm nightly.
Guests with reservations are permitted to dine at Schooner Commons; dining is not an option for the public or anyone without advance reservation.
Guests visiting campus at all times of the year are encouraged to pack layers of clothing; Schoodic Point is sometimes cooler than other nearby areas. We encourage folks to bring rain gear, the campus is ideal for pedestrian traffic. While the paths are lit, lights are downward-facing in an effort to protect our night sky so sometimes headlamps are helpful after dark.
Lodging may very well be available before and after your group’s visit. Dial 207/288- 1356 to check availability and rates.
Schoodic Institute has assembled a talented and capable staff and it’s a terrific place to work. To check for employment opportunities consult our website www.schoodicinstitute.org.
There is a comfortable lounge in Schooner Commons which is available for guests to enjoy from 7am-9pm.
Yes, we have reliable WiFi throughout the campus.
We are always excited to share our picnic pavilion and firepit with groups on campus. Due to increased demand, it needs to be reserved and there is a modest fee. Please dial 207/288-1337 to reserve this.
We have tremendous experience meeting basic allergies and dietary restrictions when we are made aware of them in advance. We recommend that anyone with extensive needs and serious allergies pack some of their own things to round out what we serve.
Most lodging units do not have washers and dryers; however, there is a small laundry room in the hospitality suite, 9C in Schoodic Shores Apartments.
Quiet hours on campus are 10pm-7am, we ask that all guests abide by this guideline out of courtesy for other guests on campus.
Still have questions or want more information? Contact Us and we’ll be happy to help!