Acadia Oceanside Meadows Inn

Address: 202 Corea Road, Prospect Harbor, Maine, 04669, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 202 Corea Road, Prospect Harbor, is near Bartlett Maine Estate Winery, Grindstone Neck of Maine, and Ardea EcoExpeditions.
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      Travel Blogs from Prospect Harbor

      Heading to Bar Harbor

      A travel blog entry by payne6roadtrip on Jul 22, 2013

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      Packing up took a little bit longer than set up but all in all pretty good considering we are novices. We have decided to take the US 1 coastal road up to Bar Harbor, driving through small American towns and some spectacular scenery. We stopped for some wild blueberries which were delicious.

      Further up route 1 we stopped at Moose Point State Park for a picnic lunch and a wander on the beach ...

      Waking up in Bar Harbor

      A travel blog entry by jamessteel on Aug 05, 2011

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      We woke up in Bar Harbor to beautiful blue skies and began to wonder if it really is the most perfect place we've ever been. Checking out of the guesthouse we said our goodbyes to the nice lady and had one last look around the town before stopping for some food in the old style American diner complete with fifties decor and the obligatory huge portions. Next stop for our trip was Bangor for our friends wedding but before that we decided to take a drive around ...

      In My Footsteps: Acadia National Park

      A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Oct 04, 2010

      ... in 1916 because of the house that Mr. Dorr built near the Sieur de Monts Spring in 1909. It was then known as Lafayette National Park in 1919 before the name Acadia National Park was given to the area in 1929.With more than 47,000 acres of preserved land it is impossible to see all that Acadia has to offer ...

      More Hiking and tide pools

      A travel blog entry by hms_travel on Apr 23, 2010

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      ... t eat at dinner … yummy.

      The rangers met us at Sand Beach. Their names were Donna, Kate, and Mike. They took us on a 2 hour hike, not like the hike yesterday, but much easier. They were showing us the types of rocks and formation, formation of the mountains, the glaciers, and lots about the trees and animals. Holes in the trees were from woodpeckers and some animals. We saw a beaver dam and house but not beavers were there although we ...

      Giant Boot, Lobster Rolls, Cool Bridge, and an Inn

      A travel blog entry by jmburton on Aug 02, 2009

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      We were up and excited to get on the road this morning. Our first stop was the L.L.Bean Flagship store in Freeport, ME. We had noticed that the pj's that Sarah brought were quite outgrown, so we just had to do some shopping. Katie was actually excited about this. She picked up a cute cashmere scarf (that she wore through most of the trip), a stuffed lobster for herself and one for her little sis from Pep Squad, and a chocolate puffin. Sarah bought ...