Tide Watch Cabins

Address: 585 Eden Street, Bar Harbor, Maine, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on 585 Eden Street, Bar Harbor, is near Lulu Lobster Boat, Acadia National Park's Visitors Center, Thunder Hole, and National Park Sea Kayak Tours.
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Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by barbo on Aug 31, 2014

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... their Great Fire of 1947. We saw some Victorian mansions that had survive this fire. Driving through the serene woodlands and rocky shorelines of Arcadia National Park, we came to Thunder Hole (like our blow holes) where the ocean swells into a narrow cavern of rocks. There were masses of pink granite in the area. The lands for this national park were donated by John D. Rockefeller from an era when this area was a resort for the ...

Our First Day in Acadia

A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 28, 2014

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... it to Thunder Hole in time to see the tide coming in. When the tide comes in, the force of the water rushes into a chasm in the rocks and creates a "thundering" sound. As we watched, the tide would rush in, make a loud sound, and create huge splashes of water. What a neat sight! We actually met a couple on the bus earlier that said in all the years they had been visiting Acadia, they had never ...

Acadia National Park Travel Review

A travel blog entry by tah101fall2013 on Dec 11, 2013

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... a couple of the Bar Harbor hot food spots later on. Before you reach Bar Harbor, you will see the signs for Acadia National Park. There will be signs indicating to head towards the park and will direct you to an entry at the guard station where you will pay an entrance fee (see below link). The fee is $20 for a car and is good for seven days. If a person enters by foot or by bike, the fee is less than that. It is $5 whether you are ...

More lobster? If I have to...

A travel blog entry by jmpncw on Sep 18, 2013

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... a lot.

What do you do after a late night of spider terror and whiskey drinking? Why you get up 4 hour's later to see the sunrise over Acadia national park and Bar Harbor. But, you already knew that, right? Everything was two steps beyond gorgeous. I'm not sure the english language has a word for it. Sunrises are pretty. Acadia national park is a treasure. Multiply them together and you get??? Tell me that word. There isn't one that does it justice. We drove all of park ...

A day to shop and explore by car! yah Zuckini

A travel blog entry by karengilmore on Aug 29, 2013

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... order a Lobster dinner that the guy will cook and deliver right to your campsite, but I go pick it up as he is next door to campground. It is 2 - 1.25 lb Lobster, 2 - Crabs and 2 - corn steaming hot for $30... fresh caught that day and tasty!
Karen confirms she is no longer allergic to Lobster and we both confirm we dont really enjoy it that much, would rather have BC prawns any day! But we tried it!
Another good day!

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