Bass Harbor Gables

10 Earls Way, Bass Harbor, Maine, 04653, United States | Ranch

Travel Blogs from Bass Harbor

Brutal Drive thru the Night But SO Worth It!

A travel blog entry by robertsonfamily

... and was easy to moderate at times. The cliffs and the rocks are amazingly colorful and beautiful against the backdrop of the trees and the sea. We stopped at a local dive called Nemo's for dinner. Henry and I had haddock sandwiches, Caroline had haddock nuggets and Robb had a clam basket. Our sandwiches were GREAT. Robb's clams were a bit overlooked but he said he would go back ...

June 7 - 10, 2011

A travel blog entry by mcgovern


... sleep overly well.

On our third day, I got up at 7am and went outside to dry off the bikes and grill. After some coffee and research on the days activities, the girls were still asleep at 8am. Because we wanted to get on the 12pm whale watch boat, I decided to head into Acadia N.P. while the girls were asleep so we'd have time to participate in a Park Ranger program observing the Peregrine Falcons. We arrived at 9am, and I woke ...

Bar Harbor, ME

A travel blog entry by katstravel

... turf specials in numerous high-end restaurants, and a few places prepare magnificent meals that you will not soon forget. Pubs and bars line many of the streets, and if you enjoy good ale, Bar Harbor will definitely fit your style. The city is set up in a way that pleases the Maine locals and impresses tourists. There are a number of great historical spots, and you cannot visit Bar Harbor ...

By land and by sea

A travel blog entry by ms.jackson


... and where some of the various sights and trailheads are located. This makes it easier to plan your time and the views are amazing. It's one of the prettiest drives you'll ever take.

In the past I have hiked some of the mountains in the park, I've camped at Blackwoods Campground, I've hit the main sights. I recommend it all, but for me and Al, we wanted to explore and stay on the quietside. After ...

Bass Harbor to... Honolulu?

A travel blog entry by dejm3


... very easy." The weather kept the kids away, for the most part, which I'm always pleased with. Some of these names seem pretty mundane. Ships come into this harbor, let's call it Ship Harbor! And damn near everything is renamed after the original English or Dutch locale. New Jersey, Yarmouth, Stonington, etc. But I imagine if you were a ...

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