Cranberry Hill Inn

Address: 60 Clark Point Road, Southwest Harbor, Maine, 04679, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 60 Clark Point Road, Southwest Harbor, is near Maine State Sea Kayak, Quiet Side Cafe & Ice Cream Shop, Wendell Gilley Museum of Bird Carving, and Hinckley Yachts.
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      Travel Blogs from Southwest Harbor

      Southwest Harbor - Red Trails to Mordor

      A travel blog entry by tendashseven on Aug 30, 2014

      5 comments, 42 photos

      ... their choosing to support their non-profit organization.

      We decide to walk off our popovers with a hike at “Ship Harbor”. This is another easy hike through the island forest out to a more rugged, large bay. In addition to freshly filled tidal pools teaming with snails and the occasional starfish and crab, we note that the tourists have constructed lots of Cairns.

      With the continued threat of poor weather, we decide to drive ...

      Diver Ed's Dive in Theater

      A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 29, 2013

      3 comments, 29 photos

      A reasonably early start again this morning to get over to Bar Harbor for the 9.30 sailing of the Starfish Enterprise with Diver Ed. This trip had been recommended by the Evans's and a quick internet search brought it up as the number one activity on the Island on Tripadvisor.

      It rained this morning for the first time this trip since the day we arrived in Cape Cod and as it turned out, we had chosen the perfect activity for a rainy ...

      Penobscot Mountain via Jordans cliff trail

      A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 28, 2013

      4 comments, 24 photos

      ... tired and hot, but plodded on and we were rewarded with the most amazing 360 degree views, a nice breeze and our sandwiches. The top of the mountain is a bit of an intersection for various trails and we saw number of people appearing from different directions and then disappearing off on another trail. Although there was not a cloud in the sky, we could see the sea mist still hugging the islands down below, it was quite ...

      Biking Acadia

      A travel blog entry by juliephilip on Aug 26, 2013

      20 photos

      We woke up this morning to greyer skies, slight drizzle and and the forecast of scattered showers today.  It seemed a good day to hire some bikes and see the part of the park only accessible on the carriage roads.  John D Rockefeller jr constructed the carriage roads between 1913 and 1940 and gifted them to Acadia national ark some years later.  There are 57 miles of carriage roads inthe  middle of the park, ...

      Dig out your ID, and hold on to your TP.

      A travel blog entry by ve3hbj on Jun 11, 2013

      ... comfortable following our visit there. (neither of us have been in the hot seat for a border crossing before the anxiety level was very high.) Off we went trying to convert km to miles and navigate, oh and don't forget exercise the window wipers some more... St. Stephen is a new crossing and is very much in the middle of no where. We have talked lots about logging roads and how treacherous they are in a car let alone with the trailer ...