What to bring
Before you stay at Tops'l Farm, it's important to know what we provide and what you may want to bring with you. Choose to keep it super simple — eat out at local restaurants & enjoy a minimalist experience at the campsite. Or, you might want amp up the escape a bit, cook your own meals around the fire, and give more proper “camping" a try. Whichever way you choose, planning is the key to enjoyment.
We provide epic supplies for happy hour at our camp store and can deliver everything to your site! Natural wines, craft beers, snacks and of course our Tops'l cups & t-shirts to show off to your pals at home. If you are interested in our food kits we are happy to chat in advance of your stay on our up-to-date selections.
Depending on the time of year, it is usually a safe bet to pack for a variety of temps in Maine. Layers baby layers! Fleece, comfy pants and of course, some slip on shoes/boots and fuzzy socks for around the fire. With the many lakes and beaches around a swim suit is also a good bet.
If you're looking for spur-of-the-moment room service & cute little bottles of hot sauce, you might try a proper resort down the road. While we won't be able to satisfy your 11 pm dessert craving, we do offer a few “order in advance" services that we think help to define the Tops'l glamping experience. If you are interested in these as part of your stay, check out our Food & Drink Page to order the following:
• S'mores Service (house made 'mallows and grahams.)
• Gourmet Hot Dog Service
• Gourmet Burger Service
• French Press/Doughnut Delivery
Aside from that — bring a cooler stocked with your own favorite food & libations or visit the local haunts (we have plenty of recommendations for your group). We provide grills, fire grates, cutlery and some basic cooking utensils.
We've got you covered here. All of our tents/cabins are super comfortable and outfitted with the standard stuff you'd find available in a hotel room (bedding, pillows, towels, etc). The shower house has shampoo/conditioner, soap & rubber duckies.
odds & Ends
What to Bring: Bug spray, headlamp or flashlight, snacks of choice, phone charger, water bottle (our water is potable), killer playlist, your charades A-game. Coolers are helpful for keeping things cold. Power for charging things is located in individual (lockable) cubbies in the bathhouse.
What to Expect: Noisy chipmunks, dirt, no-see-ums & good times. 30 year old sports equipment & quiet mornings. Fire pits and room to breathe. Ice available for sale at the camp store & can be delivered in advance of your stay.