Blackwoods Campground

Address: Route 3, five miles south of Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Maine, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on Route 3, five miles south of Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, is near Cadillac Mountain, Jordan Pond, Carriage Roads, and Otter Cliff.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Blackwoods Campground Acadia National Park

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    Travel Blogs from Acadia National Park

    Wonderful Sights

    A travel blog entry by kylecuipathways on Jan 22, 2016

    4 photos

    Every five years, my family goes to Acadia National Park in Maine. Every year, our request for adventure is satisfied. The first time I went, we went mountain climbing a lot. My favorite trail was the Beehive trail. It was exhilarating and horrifying. It was a very precarious climb and I would only recommend it for those who are sensible. There …

    Camping In Acadia National Park

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 30, 2014

    1 comment, 43 photos








    Feeling peachy keen after our restful night in the Puffin's Nest at The Beach Cottage Inn, we hit the road under sunny skies. We stopped several times as we traveled up the coast to peek at Maine's rocky shoreline and the shimmering bay blues. We stocked up on groceries for camping in Ellsworth, the last large …

    Acadia National Park

    A travel blog entry by jaredandjen on Sep 04, 2011

    118 photos

    ... stuff around the RV for the morning. The Bookhamers did some laundry and got their luggage packed up since they will be flying out tomorrow morning. Jared did some of our laundry and I worked on catching up on some blogging.

    When it stopped raining we were just finishing up the laundry and ate some lunch before heading out to catch the shuttle to Acadia. We took the shuttle to the Visitor’s Center and then transferred to the loop road shuttle. ...

    Whale Watching

    A travel blog entry by poppidoc on Sep 17, 2010

    1 photo

    ... weather was great. A little warmer than Saint John, but very pleasent.

    Today we are in Boston. Rainy and humid, feels a bit like home. We have a tour scheduled to Lexington and Concord. More later. Love you all.

    PS. Doc was not freaking out, he is upset with me for making the joke. No one was freaking out. We have just been enjoying our trip to the very last ...

    ACADIA - SIGNS OF ITS PAST

    A travel blog entry by jrheavymetal on Jul 27, 2009

    18 photos

    ... the mountain, had to pay the family to access it.
    Then in 1880's, the second family came along, and decided to also go after all those tourists, and they built the cog railway which began at the edge of Eagle lake and ran up to the summit og Green Mountain. A large steam boat would pick up passengers at the area where the boat landing is now at, then carry them to the other side of the lake, where they would get off the boat and board the train. But ...

    Traveler Photos Blackwoods Campground Acadia National Park

    Comfortable camping!
    Bar Harbor, United States