The Hog Island Audubon camp is located along the picturesque mid-coast area of Maine. It is an island a quarter-mile offshore and is part of the Todd Audubon Sanctuary on the mainland in Bremen. Six miles southeast of Damariscotta, the Todd Audubon Sanctuary includes a 30-acre mainland parcel as well as 330-acre Hog Island, home to the Audubon Camp in Maine.
12 Audubon Road, Bremen, Maine 04551
Traffic & Delays
During the summer months (beginning the July 4th holiday), when traffic on the Maine Turnpike and Coastal Route 1 is heavy, you may be delayed (at times up to 20 or 30 minutes) in the Wiscasset area whether travelling from the north or south. Please plan accordingly.
Generally, traffic will be slower heading north on Friday afternoon through evening; and conversely, slower heading south on Sundays.
Travel updates for the Maine Turnpike can be found on the web: http://www.maineturnpike.com
EZ-Pass is now accepted in all the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic states with toll roads or bridges.
Upon Arrival at the Audubon Camp in Maine (Hog Island)
- Stop and check in with the greeter who will help you.
- You’ll be directed to the bottom of the hill to unload luggage.
- After unloading, drive your vehicle back up the hill to the designated parking area. Please drive slowly.
- Enjoy the scenery and the walk back down the hill to the boathouse.