Grant's Kennebago Camps

P.O. Box 786, Rangeley, Maine, 04970, United States | B&B
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Travel Blogs from Rangeley

Mount Desert Island - Its Sweet not Barren

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2014

3 comments, 42 photos

... Jr., financed and directed the construction of 57 miles of Carriage Roads for the use of hikers, bikers, horse riders, and horse-drawn carriages on MDI. This diverse network of woodland “broken-stone” roads is free of motor vehicles. There are 45 miles of roads within Acadia National Park. Granite was quarried nearby and Mount landscapers tastefully utilized native vegetation such as ferns and wild blueberries. We walked some of these ...

Maine: Lobster, Lighthouses and Government Letdown

A travel blog entry by scott.ptolemy on Oct 07, 2013

29 photos

... tonight was the night. We drove in to Bar Harbor and feasted on our first ever whole Lobsters on the waters edge of the Maine Coast. Being a crab fanatic, I was quite overwhelmed by the intricacy of eating a whole Lobster. For those of you who have not tried it, I would highly suggest it!


With bellies full of Lobster we hardly heard the torrential rain and gusting winds throughout the night and awoke to clear skies. We decided ...

Day 14 - Boothbay Harbor to Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by john.mccalla.33 on Jul 21, 2013

6 photos

... We arrived at the campground around 5:00 pm.

The plan is to hike in Arcadia National Park tomorrow, and spend another night at the campground. This will likely be the farthest northeast that we will hit on this trip. We start heading towards home after tomorrow, but won't be back in Richmond until a week from Monday or Tuesday.
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The three hour tour!!!

A travel blog entry by ve3hbj on Jun 13, 2013

1 photo

... several much larger trails leading off all labeled moderate. The shortest was labeled as 2.2km. I ventured around it, while the girls headed back to the truck as it was getting quite cold and the sun set was beginning to be spectacular I made it about 500m before realizing it was descending in very large steps 2-3' in one step as the light in the trees was really starting to fail and decided it wasn't such a good idea and turned back I'm sure a 2.2km trail of ...

New Hampshire, Three Authors, and the Maine Coast

A travel blog entry by chadhanson on Oct 08, 2012

41 photos

... difficult to avoid these things), we saw plenty of signs for moose, but nary an actual moose. Our first stop was in Bangor (which I've always pronouced as "Banger", but the locals pronounce as "Bang-Gore"). The stop was at Stephen King's house. King has long been one of my favorite authors, and it was great to snap a quick picture outside his mansion. It really is a mansion, with turrets, statuary, and a wonderfully Gothic wrought-iron fence with bats, ...

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