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Drove 221 miles in 5 hours.
Drove mostly on small country roads for the first half of the drive and then blessedly hit the interstate for the second half. We rolled in around tusk for our two day stay here in Bar Harbor.
In addition to the Acadia National Park this stop is going to be all about the lobster. You can't drive 100 feet without passing a lobster restaurant or "pound" as they call them here. So ...
... size, it was a beautiful sight to see. Now it was back on the road for a few hours with Bar Harbor as our destination. The one hundred miles took almost three hours due to the slow pace of Route 1 along the coast. With one last food stop, we made it to the campground around 5:45. Tommy's buddies on the forum suggested the Bar Harbor campground as the place to stay. We were glad to get a site with full hook-ups, but we were disappointed not ...
... a permit required); and Duck Harbor (May 15 – October 15). Click here for more information on campgrounds.
One of the best attractions in the park is the drive along the Park Loop Road (open from April 15 – November 30). The view is one of the most amazing I have ever seen. Stopping the car and looking out over the ocean is breathtaking. It was so fun to stop the car and walk out on the rocks that look out over ...
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What do you do after a late night of spider terror and whiskey drinking? Why you get up 4 hour's later to see the sunrise over Acadia national park and Bar Harbor. But, you already knew that, right? Everything was two steps beyond gorgeous. I'm not sure the english language has a word for it. Sunrises are pretty. Acadia national park is a treasure. Multiply them together and you get??? Tell me that word. There isn't one that does it justice. We drove all of park ...
... have been gone almost a week, and before I left I wondered if I could be alone that long, let alone two weeks, but the time has flown by and not only have I enjoyed it, it has felt healing and rejuvenating and exciting all at the same time.
A couple hours into the trip it began raining again, and raining hard. There was no heavy traffic but after about 3 hours of driving I was getting restless. And the tolls! I knew I'd have tolls on the highways of this ...