Bass Harbor Inn

28 Shore Rd., Bass Harbor, Maine, 04653, United States | Inn
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Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor

Brutal Drive thru the Night But SO Worth It!

A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily on Jul 13, 2013

... It's great. Fully stocked kitchen, linens, and super clean. We didn't want to stay in Bar Harbor. Too many people. We can jump on the Island Explorer bus anytime we want free of charge and can go anywhere on Mount Desert Island which makes it very easy. Our first hike was out to the Bass Harbor Lighthouse. It was a great ease in for our first hike. I think it was approximately ...

Maine, lobster... Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by omilders on Aug 29, 2012

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... It's located on an Island (Mount Dessert Island) and most of the Island is a wild parc called Acadia National Parc. It has a rich history that started in the 16th century when England and France 'ruled' over it. Cadillac mountain, the highest point of the island and of the entire Atlantic coast bears his name because of the alias of a French lawyer who was one of the first to really live on the island Antoine Laumet. He later founded Detroit who much later even named a famous car ...

Natural High

A travel blog entry by mbberg on Jul 20, 2011

20 photos

... talking high 90’s which by any standard is hot. However, there is no humidity to speak of here and a perpetual ocean breeze. So from my perspective this is great weather.

The conversation sounded very similar to ones I hear back home when an inch or two of snow is called for. People freak out and the storm is the start and ending of every conversation. When we were in Connecticut I overheard several ...

First glimpse at the carriage road system

A travel blog entry by cochranfamily on Jun 28, 2010

1 comment, 9 photos

... a cloudy day. At the top we picked delicious juicy wild blueberries. From that moment on, we all kept one eye on the side of the road for more opportunities to grab these tasty little morsels. We had a good time on the tour, although our guide was not well trained on the history of the island or Mr. Rockafeller.

Tummies growling, we followed the roads toward our campground while scouting food. We stopped at ...

By land and by sea

A travel blog entry by ms.jackson on Aug 15, 2009

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... on a rocky beach. That was going to have to do it for us since Al still needed to see the main part of Acadia National Park and we were running out of daylight. We decided to drive the park loop road in its' entirety, including a drive up to the summit of Cadillac Mountain. I recommend this drive regardless of how much time you have and what you plan on doing in the park. It gives you an idea of the scope of ...