Bar Harbor Campground KOA

Address: 136 County Road, Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 136 County Road, Bar Harbor, is near Shore Path, Carriage Roads, Asticou Azalea Garden, and Wildwood Stables.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsBar Harbor Campground KOA

      Reviewed by steffie1112

      Great location!

      Reviewed Jul 22, 2014
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We always love staying in KOA's but the one thing I hate is getting put at a campsite next to a bunch of kids.....they don't know what quiet time means! Other than that, we enjoyed our stay here, and the location can't be beat! I would recommend this campsite if you are staying in the Bar Harbor area....but book in advance! They fill up quickly over the summer!

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

      Reviewed by elk_oil

      Great location

      Reviewed Oct 2, 2010
      by (2 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

      We stayed on one of the sites right on the water, so we could sit and watch the sunset by the fire without having to move from our spot. The grounds are well-kept and the staff was friendly and helpful. This campground is a great place for return trips. We've taken a few there in the past couple of years.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Bar Harbor Campground KOA

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

      Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor

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      A travel blog entry by bharvey on Apr 30, 2014

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      Day 14 - (April 30) -- We got off the road earlier than usual unintentionally. When we looked in our Passport America and KOA books it looked like nothing in the areas we were heading in Maine were going to be open. The earliest was opening tomorrow. We thought what the heck we will try it and if it isn't open we will find a Walmart or Casino …

      Acadia National Park

      A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Sep 04, 2011

      118 photos

      ... turning in our golf clubs the girl at the desk spun a wheel that had the numbers 1 through 18 on them. If the wheel lands on a hole that someone on your team scored a hole in one on you win a free game. On the first spin we got whole 17 which none of us scored a hole in one on, but the girl spun the wheel again and it landed on hole 9. Luckily Sharon got a hole in one on hole 9 so she won a token for a free game. Because they are leaving tomorrow morning Sharon ...

      Acadia National Forest

      A travel blog entry by aircor on Sep 15, 2010

      ... an outside patio on the street. We order a couple of drinks, a bowl of clam chowder and watch the people go by while listening to the bars conversations. The bar tender seems a little standoffish, but when Angie goes out to check out some shops, I manage to get thru her barrier and we are talking and having fun when Angie returns. We finish up here, and then carry on back down to West St. where we go into a restaurant that Dirk and I had ...


      A travel blog entry by jrheavymetal on Jul 27, 2009

      18 photos

      ... it. We learned that the iron spikes used to hold the raiols in place were not like the rail spikes used today. They were very long, up to two feet long each. And these were driven deep into the granite the entire route. So removing the rails themselves was fairly easy, but no one could get those long spikes out of the granite, so they left them in place. And that was the key to finding where the exact route lay.
      Today, me and my daughter returned to ...

      Ah, Bah Habuh!

      A travel blog entry by wsult3 on Jul 28, 2008

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      ... walk outside, take a nice deep breath, and feel revived. It is reminiscent of early fall in NC, my favorite time of year. However, the water is very cold. We overheard a kayak tour guide mention that the water in the bay had finally reached 50 degrees recently and everyone was excited. 50 degrees!!! An unexpected surprise for the day was our decision to take a lobster/ seal boat tour. This was on my list of must-dos, but I had ...

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