Branch Lake Camping Area

180 Hanson Landing Road, Ellsworth, Maine, 04605, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 180 Hanson Landing Road, Ellsworth, is near Sand Beach.
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Travel Blogs from Ellsworth

Ellsworth, Maine hotel

A travel blog entry by ecks-adventures on Oct 04, 2012

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Arrived Bar Harbor on Thursday night and there were 2 giant cruise ships anchored in the harbor, so when we got to town, getting anywhere was near impossible - there were thousands of people milling around. So we parked and took a long walk on a 100 year old trail around the point and just took in all the sites and the beautiful bay and boats. It was a great way to people watch.

While walking, we met a woman named Beatrice, from Luxumborg, who is living in ...

Day 7- Paddling and a Pub Crawl

A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Sep 13, 2012

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... do it in the first time span and we both managed it.)

The National Park provides free propane buses for the park and Bar Harbor so we hopped on one of these for an evening "pub crawl." The bus dropped us at the village square and we started out at the harbor at “Paddy’s Irish Pub” where we had lobster crab cheese dip (and beer.) It was fun to people watch as the cruise ships had dumped ...

Acadia National Park and Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by pilgrimtraveler on Sep 27, 2011

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... make our dream of RV travel around the United States a reality so we could have time to soak in the beauty of spots like this. It is for me a beauty that is as spiritual and inspiring as the greatest of churches and has me wanting to see more of what the States have to offer.

I had a big bowl of great lobster corn chowder for lunch. Mike had a shredded steak, cheese and onion sandwich. We then ...

In My Footsteps: Ellsworth, Maine

A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Oct 05, 2010

... sailor with an anchor and a farmer with a scythe standing on either side of a moose kneeling beneath a pine tree. The Latin word 'dirigo’ is above them which means ‘I lead.’ The reason for this is that at one time Maine was the only state to hold its elections in September. ...

Route 1

A travel blog entry by aircor on Aug 27, 2010

... parks on line, and had no sooner crossed onto the island when we saw the sign for the KOA, and the camp, which sat looking out onto Frenchman Bay, looking back over to the mainland. This is on the Y of the 3 which continues on by down the center of the island, curving back around and up through Bar Harbour back to the causeway. We had a little problem, as it appeared at the check in, getting a site as we were now requesting a drive thru of 55’ ...