Blackwoods Campground

Route 3, five miles south of Bar Harbor, Acadia National Park, Maine, United States | Campground

Travel Blogs from Acadia National Park

The Good and the Bad of Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by rollingstone54


... North on US.1 along the Coastal route, and crossed the border at St. Stephen, NB. A very friendly border official provided a hassle free experience for our seamless entry back into Canada. Yahoo!! Eh! Our plans to stay in St. George for only one night got changed by Hurricane Arthur, we decided that caution was the order of the day, so we decided to stay another night, albeit with no electricity. We also upgraded to a beautiful room with a jacuzzi, ahhhhh!!! and the rest as they say.... ...

Bar Harbour & Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by judymcdonald


... 10 days! Our destination on the island was the summer home of Franklin D Roosvelt and family. FDR's mother and father bought a place on the island as was the case with other wealthy New Yorkers etc. Franklin spent every summer of his youth on the island. The family eventually built the present house. Franklin, his wife Eleanor and five children continued to holiday on the island until, in 1921, Franklin was diagnosed with polio. He ...

Day 32 - Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by philipnaylor


... north, but curiosity got the better of us, so we popped in. The winery specialised in fruit wines and offered a really interesting tasting session. We were hooked and after, taking our time to select the right one for us, came away with a couple of bottles and Chrissy, just a little rosy. As the evening drew in, we sat by the campfire and tasted our ...

East Coast

A travel blog entry by twittg


... lighthouses. In town, we went to the Old Port area which was cute. Got some laundry done and watched the Sonics in the playoffs. We missed quite a bit along the east coast - Carolinas, Virginia, Appalachian Mts. We did get to some of the more well known places though. Washington D.C. had a ton to see. The Smithsonian would take ages to see it all. Both New York and Boston are cool cities that I'd like to go back to. I'd also like to go to the New England area in the Fall someday for the ...

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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 Wildwood Stables.
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    Bar Harbor, United States