Raspberry Shores

Address: Box 217, Rte. 187, Jonesport, Maine, 04649, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Box 217, Rte. 187, Jonesport, is near Beals Island.
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Travel Blogs from Jonesport

Bar harbour 2

A travel blog entry by lchapman on Aug 17, 2014

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... power 1880 cottage area 1947 fire destroyed most of city.....fire was contained for 2 days...then wind turned up...fire ran for 17 more days....many millionare homes destroyed..and lives lost..fought with picks and shovels... Samuel Champlain ...mount desert...bare...he hit rock and ran aground...whale ahead....he mapped area...his maps are still in use today... Locals used tO climb up to the mountain to see sunshine and ...

A day to shop and explore by car! yah Zuckini

A travel blog entry by karengilmore on Aug 29, 2013

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Rains on and off all night and then outright POURS around 9:30 so we are in no hurry to move out for shopping. Try to find a place for us to stay in Maine for the Labor day long weekend but have trouble so decide to take our chances at a State Park near Camden Maine! We will try and arrive early and line up!
Stops raining at 10:30 so we head into Bar Harbor.. neat town that reminds me of Banff or Jasper with lots of tourist ...

A day to tour Acadia National Park

A travel blog entry by karengilmore on Aug 28, 2013

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... lakes and a Mountain! The beach is a surprise as it is a great sheltered bay with a wide white sandy beach. Would be fantastic on a hot sunny day! Lots of Lookouts on the rocky coast drive! Highlight is the drive up Cadillac Mt which is 1,700 ft and offers a 360 degree view of Maine as far as you can see. By now the sun is out in full force and we have a picnic lunch at the top ...

Acadia - Huger than we thought

A travel blog entry by linusvpelt on Aug 03, 2013

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We woke and had breakfast from groceries we had bought the rental we stayed in was a bit quirky but nice. We are the first ones in it after its conversion from an apartment so I am sure they will continue to improve it. We made the 25 min drive to the Acadia National Park visitors center. There we got the girls park passports stamped and got stamps for there books. We bought a CD audio auto tour. We looked for the cool GPS activated version like ...

Back in the US, back in the US, the USofA

A travel blog entry by redheadpeter on Oct 22, 2012

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... Canada/USA border with stops at the 'La Crloix' monument - the little island in the La Croix river which was the first Frence settlement in 1604 - there are monuments both in Canada and the USA on opposite banks of the La Croix river which marks the border. And a stop in the little town of St Andrew shortly before the bordder, it was billed in the guidebook as a major resort - but it was mostly closed, we did get a great ...