Alamoosook Lakeside Inn

Address: 229 Soper Rd, Orland, Maine, 04472-4123, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 229 Soper Rd, Orland, is near Fort Knox State Historic Site and Penobscot Narrows Bridge.
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          • Beach


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking


          • Continental Breakfast

          TripAdvisor Reviews Alamoosook Lakeside Inn Orland

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Orland

          In Maine, they take their snow removal seriously

          A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Sep 21, 2015

          19 photos

          ... might not take a lot of time, but it was so fascinating. The museum has amazing collections, complete with well-written descriptions and smart phone links that provided even more of the story behind many of the vehicles. The back of the museum had a video room in a train car, which had several videos including one that told about Galen Cole's dream for the museum and how he brought it to life. Vehicles, artifacts and old photos were contributed ...

          Special Surprises on Mount Desert Island

          A travel blog entry by dave-sue-rv on Aug 01, 2015

          10 photos

          ... see the boats bringing the lobsters to the pier and the restaurant gathering them. Dave kept looking for Jessica Fletcher (heroine of the TV show Murder She Wrote) to pop out of some doorway.

          In many respects we liked the western side of Mount Desert Island better than the eastern side. The views weren’t quite so spectacular, but still lovely and there was less traffic and fewer people. We were able to see small ocean-view villages without the crowds and ...

          Camping In Acadia National Park

          A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Sep 30, 2014

          1 comment, 43 photos

          ... junk shop. Heading back toward the pier, we stopped at the Islesford Congregational Church. Stunning, sea-glass windows captivated our attention. Each colorful piece of sea glass had been collected from the Islesford coast by local artist, Ashley Bryan.
          More on Bryan's incredible artistic talents and his humanitarian contributions can be found at:

          Mount Desert Island - Its Sweet not Barren

          A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2014

          3 comments, 42 photos

          ... the faint of heart and more than a few have fallen here. We are not a fan of falling off cliffs, so we move on. For those interested, here is a link to a video of a climb up the Beehive. MQ3w

          Arriving at Sand Beach, we observe scores of folks making good use of the changing rooms, foot washing stations and all the amenities of this heavily visited area. This wide, sandy beach has spectacular cliff and ...

          Acadia with Mommy

          A travel blog entry by carmarmax on Jul 26, 2014

          24 photos

          ... began to wander the fair. My mom was horrified and disgusted by the cart selling fried twinkies, reeses, 3 Musketeers, oreos, etc., so I made her eat fried oreos. She loved them!! But vowed to never eat them again because shortly after we went on several rides (one being the pirate ship that swings on a pendulum and one being the giant slide that really should have just been called "leg burn" as that's all that happened) and our last ride stopped our fun for the day. This ...