Acadia Village Resort (II)

50 Resort Way, Ellsworth, Maine, 04605, United States | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ellsworth

The Rain In Maine

A travel blog entry by schwanman on May 17, 2014

... 1500 feet above sea level, it's the highest point along the Northeast Coast. It was so cloudy, rainy and windy when we reached the summit, we couldn't see a thing! We did take a couple pictures, which we'll send later. We did have better luck going along the coastline and we'll send pictures of that later. Acadia was the first National Park east of the ...

Ellsworth, Maine hotel

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

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... singer who performed at Sips for the evening.

Hotels were already full for the long weekend and so we had to go back to Ellsworth to find a motel. We found out it was Thanksgiving weekend for Canadian's and a 3 day weekend for American's, plus it was the opening weekend of "LEAF PEEPING", so all the motels were nearly sold out. Loved the name they have for coming to look at the fall color - which is starting to look beautiful out in the park.


Day 5: Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park, Maine

A travel blog entry by steffie1112 on May 17, 2012

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... or going on one of the boat trips that go along the coastline. If you drive around the park and stop at the main attractions you can see Acadia in 2 days or less.

After leaving Acadia, I stopped at a few coastal villages (Blue Hill, Castine, Belfast) as I made my way back down South. I stopped in Augusta just as it was getting dark. It's a pretty small city but cute and has a nice state capitol building.

Dube's all natural vacation

A travel blog entry by g7s22 on Jun 27, 2011

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... ravines below, the outside of the road was lined with large boulders, which means you would have to work a little to fall off the road (or at least get a good bounce off the boulders).

Our intention was to find a good picnic spot next to the many ponds that were marked on the trail map. We did stop to eat our picnic lunch, but the area was definitely more functional than ideal and not really what mom intended, but we made due and got to see some turtles and ...

In My Footsteps: Ellsworth, Maine

A travel blog entry by cjsetterlund on Oct 05, 2010

... apprehended and punished appropriately. Folks from as far away as Bangor had to be called in to help put out the many blazes and in another bit of sad irony the banks had been closed due to the Great Depression a few weeks earlier. This meant that people had to borrow money from friends and ...

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