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 ...

    Arcadia National Park - Bar Harbour

    A travel blog entry by bugsmasher on Jun 30, 2013

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    Our first stop on the cruise. Tendered into shore and went on the National Parks tour $30- half the price of the Shore Excursion offered by HA. A Booey is a float in the water to catch lobsters. three & one quarter inches body throw back. Water 49 degrees mid August 54 degrees freshwater 72 ...

    Day 5- Little hikes and big lobsters

    A travel blog entry by janmariewv on Sep 11, 2012

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    ... the tidal mud (not planned:) We had our morning tea at Seawalls picnic area on a rock outcropping overlooking the ocean-the national park has many beautiful picnic spots to enjoy the scenery-well worth the time to stop and just relax for a bit.

    Our most memorable food experience on the trip was today at "Thurston's Lobster Pound." We chose a really big live lobster-nearly 3 pounds-and ate every bit along with corn on the cob and ...

    Acadia's car-free carriage roads (26 miles)

    A travel blog entry by pfln on Jul 25, 2011

    2 comments, 1 photo

    ... by related volcanic forces. The outcrops make Maine's typical rocky coast. (For this early geologic history, google "Avalon" and "Cadillac formation".)
    There are 45 miles of carriage roads, built by J.D.Rockefeller, where no automobiles are allowed. During the trip, we used them extensively, along with the Park Loop Road, where drivers are courteous. Riding there ...

    David's Birthday!

    A travel blog entry by owens8 on Jul 29, 2010

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    We arrived in Bar Harbor and checked into our hotel. Then it was time to explore Acadia National Park! We went on a trail to Sandy Beach and waded in the beautiful, yet extremely cold, ocean. We drove around for awhile and took in the panoramic vistas and craggy drops.

    By that time we were all tired and hungry so we headed back to the hotel restaurant ...