Bar Harbor Campground
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We had a nice site. Campground is very large and great for walking. There's a dog walk with great views of the bay. Campground about 1/4 full with mostly RVs and trailers, very few tent campers.
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Arrived in Bar Harbor in early afternoon. Staying at Bar Harbor campground, which is very nice. Large campground with a number of sites with views of the water and lots of tent or small camper sites nestled in the evergreens--really pretty. Went into Acadia National Park and drove part of the park loop trail to get oriented. Got great views of the …
... filled with Victorian style homes owned now and previously by old money, The Rockefellers, Vanderbilts, Carnieges etc. The streets in town are narrow and the buildings old but very well maintained. We walked and took photos for about three hours. By then we were tired and time to get the tender back to the ship. I will always remember this town for its shear beauty and Autumn ...
... next morning. It is the highest mountain in the region at over 1500ft above sea level. It was a tough hike and much different than our other hikes. The area is much rockier, with huge sheets of granite and a lot less shade on he trails. There was little forest and it was much drier and warmer than New Hampshire. It took us almost an hour and a half to reach the peak and it was well worth it. The views of the bays and the never ending Atlantic Ocean were breathtaking. We’ve ...
... little special. We dug in at camp and sampled the local cuisine (lobster rolls and clam chowder, naturally). The lobster roll was cold and disappointing, but OMG, the clam chowder was so good that we got it a couple more times. It was a really thin, wine-based chowder, not the thick, clumpy stuff you normally get.
The next day we toured Arcadia National Park, which gives you a great representation of Maine coastline. It's a very rocky coastline, with ...
... walked around to some stores and then waited in the park with Nash.
When we got back to the campground we made a quick dinner of burgers, sausage and potatoes on the grill. We wanted to hurry up and get dinner done so that we could have over to play mini golf at Pirate’s Cove before they closed for the night. We had a great game and Jim won with a 43, Jared and I tied with a 45, and Sharon brought up the rear with a 51. At the end of the game when ...