Quietside Campground

Address: 397 Tremont Rd., Bass Harbor, Maine, 04653, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 397 Tremont Rd., Bass Harbor, is near Maine State Sea Kayak, Quiet Side Cafe & Ice Cream Shop, Wendell Gilley Museum of Bird Carving, and Hinckley Yachts.
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      Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor

      Dorr Mountain and Bar Harbor

      A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily on Jul 14, 2013

      ... both SO excited and happy when they came back. I loved watching their faces as they described their hike. Henry found a trail tag in Bar Harbor and immediately bought the Dorr Mountain one. Cadillac Mountain is also on their list and Acadia Mountain is on all of our lists.

      We had lunch at Thurston's which is known to have the best lobster pound on the island. Robb had a full lobster, the ...

      Mount Desert Island, Maine

      A travel blog entry by knightc on Jul 07, 2013

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      ... We then spoke about Maine and he said that most of the coast has been sold to the highest bidder and that it has "no soul". He was pretty enthusiastic about Atlantic Canada though. As we drove around I had to admit that most of the shore line did seem to be taken up by mansions. There are some beautiful homes here ...

      Bah Habah

      A travel blog entry by kolinger3 on Aug 17, 2012

      7 photos

      ... I know we get off one boat to board another! One of the famous New England lighthouses is on the island, back in the day it had room for two families, now automated we can see the solar panels which generate energy on one of the out buildings. Now down to business, find us some lobsters. The cap’n is a wealth of knowledge and luckily pulls up five of these crustaceans from his first pot. We learn more about lobsters, lobstering, lobstermen, etc than we ...

      Natural High

      A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 20, 2011

      20 photos

      ... intervened. It seems grandma was venturing out on the paved path towards the edge of mountain. Pat not wanting to be out done by a Medicare recipient said, “Now I am committed. There is a Grandmother with a walker going up there”. We caught up to and passed her like she was standing still. Which technically she was since she had come to some steps that could not be tackled while using a walker. We offered help, which ...

      These legs were made for walking (ish)

      A travel blog entry by bec_f on Jun 17, 2010

      ... is quite hard going - walking alongside a lake involved climbing over rocks - not a lovely groomed path. We were following a track around Cadillac mountain - the highest peak on the island & would then go to the top. At one point we had a choice go up Cadillac mountain or drop down to one of the lakes, go up another peak & then do Cadillac mountain, we decided against climbing another peak, but decided to drop down to the lake & then come up the other side. Lunch by ...