Woodland Park Cottages

Address: 3 Woodland Loop, Bar Harbor, Maine, 04609, United States | Ranch
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This ranch, located on 3 Woodland Loop, Bar Harbor, is near Acadia National Park's Visitors Center, Pirate's Cove Miniature Golf, Thunder Hole, and Hulls Cove Visitor Center.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsWoodland Park Cottages Bar Harbor

Reviewed by tendashseven

Welcoming Hosts and Warm and Friend Lodging

Reviewed Sep 30, 2014
by (17 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

We stayed in one of the smallest and remote units they offered and still thoroughly enjoyed our experience. The owners are most gracious and friendly folks that make you feel welcome and comfortable immediately. The grounds are fun to explore. The dock and free row boats are great and the minor cost for renting a kayak to explore the bay and coast are a welcome departure from being gouged for extras at other places. The comically small TV and small kitchen appliances confirmed that this was not luxury cottage camping, but it offered everything we needed.

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Travel Blogs from Bar Harbor

Mount Desert Island - Its Sweet not Barren

A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 26, 2014

3 comments, 42 photos

On Tuesday, we depart Camden driving north along scenic Route 1. We go through many small villages and towns (the scenic route) and pass through the town of Belfast and observe the fog hanging thick in the harbor. Fort Knox is less than an hour's drive and is Maine's most visited historic site. It features unparalleled master craftsmanship. It …

Bar Harbor

A travel blog entry by barbo on Aug 31, 2014

26 photos

Today our port excursion is "Best of Acadia National Park and Cadillac Mountain" and is for 6 hours. Bar Harbor is nestled on the northeast tip of Maine's Mount Desert Island and we are anchored in Frenchman Bay, and have to be tendered to the pier. We drove through the small town of Bar Harbor (similar to Skagway), with its cafes, restaurants and specialty shops and once again, the wooden houses and hotels of the town had all been ...

Our First Day in Acadia

A travel blog entry by tchester on Jun 28, 2014

7 photos

... can not imagine how the folks there could stand the cold temperatures enough to swim. Yikes!
From Sand Beach we walked along Ocean Trail for almost a mile toward Thunder Hole. Along the way, we stopped and walked out onto the enormous rocks overlooking the ocean. The view was absolutely breathtaking! I could have sat there for hours watching the crashing waves and small boats on the water. ...

Acadia National Park Travel Review

A travel blog entry by tah101fall2013 on Dec 11, 2013

5 comments, 3 photos

... it meant I was very close to the ocean and almost to my destination. When you reach Trenton and head towards Mount Desert Island, you can also see the beautiful ocean. Once you cross onto the Island, there will be a sign that will direct you towards Bar Harbor. A visit to Bar Harbor is a must, and should definitely be on your to do list as one of your destinations as it is full of excellent restaurants and adorable shops. I will ...

More lobster? If I have to...

A travel blog entry by jmpncw on Sep 18, 2013

26 photos

... uneasiest I've felt in my whole life. It's dark out, the tent is not set up, it's cold and there's a large spider somewhere very close. We're not sure at this point if the spider is dead, dying or just really ****** off. We finally find him, after what seems like several hours, dead, laying on our yet-to-be constructed tent. To be honest with you, I'm not really sure what transpired after that. There might've been some cheap New Hampshire, tax-free whiskey involved. And by some ...