Ann's Point Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... the pink granite over to Ships Harbor point. Then north along the trail back to road and along road to car park.
We then drive Oliver to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse which has been on operation since 1850 when half of the Maine population were mariners. We climbed down the cliffs amidst the rising tide and crashing surf to get the best photo. See the pix.
... step. I should also point out the temperature was a chilly 55 degrees and a sweatshirt was needed!
The Park Loop in the sun is a very scenic route. Again, I recommend starting your drive early if you aren’t using the shuttles. The parking at Sand Beach fills up quickly and cars begin to line the right side of the road. Sand Beach is the only sandy swimming beach in the park, and maybe on the island. There are stairs down to ...
... open areas and treed areas between camp spots.. we get a good site close to the bathroom and pool with forest behind us and a grass field in front. We had paid for 1 night but now pay for 3 as we will stay here. We drive into town just to check it out and it is a neat town , touristy but well done!
BBQ some fresh Swordfish which we got at Hanniford and it is fantastic.. juicy and flavorful! We will do that again! Swim in pool!
... It's great. Fully stocked kitchen, linens, and super clean. We didn't want to stay in Bar Harbor. Too many people. We can jump on the Island Explorer bus anytime we want free of charge and can go anywhere on Mount Desert Island which makes it very easy. Our first hike was out to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse. It was a great ease in for our first hike. I think it was approximately ...
Leaving Western New York, our goal was to make our next camp in South Hampton, New Hampshire. To do that, we had to get through the remainder of New York state and across Massachusetts in a hurry (we would linger longer in these areas later on). To accomplish this, we discovered the horror/beauty of the turnpike.
If you don't know (as we didn't), a turnpike is basically a huge tolled interstate highway. When you get on, they give you a ticket, and based ...