Hinckley's Dreamwood Cottages

Address: 318 State Hwy 3, Mount Desert, Maine, 04609, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 318 State Hwy 3, Mount Desert, is near Bar Harbor Whale Watch Company, Lulu Lobster Boat, National Park Sea Kayak Tours, and Hulls Cove Visitor Center.
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Travel Blogs from Mount Desert

Coastal Beauty

A travel blog entry by beachlady600 on Jul 14, 2014

1 comment, 61 photos

... edges of our view. We could hear the waves crashing as we climbed down the boulders, flattened to natural steps as we made our way past pools of water trapped within the rocks. In the not too far distance, we watched a lone fishing boat move like a ghost through the fog, so faint we wondered if we truly had seen it. Following on down the road as suddenly as if someone blew it away, the fog had ...

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by anandiyer1 on Aug 20, 2013

... 15 miles from Bar Harbor. We went on a nice long and exhilarating hike followed by a nice long kayak ride. I had never been in a kayak or paddled one before so I had no clue or idea of what to do. We rented three kayaks, a double and two singles. We all had fun going in them and we felt like we were on the English rowing team. We returned to the docks, returned our equipment then went to dinner at a nearby restaurant. When we got finished, we ate ice cream, then turned in for the ...

The Other Side of the Island

A travel blog entry by barbh5889 on Jul 18, 2013

2 comments, 8 photos

... and it was very peaceful to walk through.

We then went back to Acadia and walked one of the carriage trails near Jordan Pond seeing three of the stone bridges that were built for the trails. Each stone had to be cut by hand to be fit into place by the bridge builder. These bridges were built in the 1930's and are spread throughout the parks 57 miles of carriage trails. After returning to Jordan Pond we had dinner which included more popovers. Yum Yum.
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Holiday in the lobster & fog country - Maine!

A travel blog entry by onestepahead on Jun 29, 2013

1 comment, 28 photos

... bridge, we finally arriving in Acadia National Park, Northeast Harbor. We checked in in a nice hotel in the middle of nowhere. But we were hungry, so back into the car and started driving – through the middle of nowhere – it was dark, through the wood, only trees and I thought – we never will find the way back! But we arrived in Bar Harbor, found a very nice restaurant – and guess what we ordered – lobster :) and ...

Day 5: Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, Maine

A travel blog entry by steffie1112 on May 17, 2012

42 photos

... sit out on a rock and enjoy the breeze coming off the water.
6) Bass Harbor Lighthouse - a nice lighthouse. I've seen some pictures of the lighthouse shot from the rocks below. You aren't really allowed down there, but if you can sneak your way down, your sure to get some great pictures! Just be careful you don't slip on a rock!

Overall, you only need more than 2 days to see Acadia if you plan ...