One of the best reasons to get out in the park to paint or take photos in Spring is that you’ll have the place almost to yourself!
Although not traditionally known as a major winter destination, I think Acadia is one heck of a place to visit when the white stuff flies. This is the time of the year when many locals come together in our attempt to be patient as we await the first cross-country ski or snowshoe of the season.
Acadia National Park is full of more natural wonders than can be counted. Sand Beach . . . Thunder Hole . . .Otter Cliffs . . .Cadillac Mountain . . .Popovers. . .Wait. . .say what? Yes – that’s right. Irresistibly yummy and totally magical. Popovers in Acadia National Park are legendary. In the summer, on Mount Desert Island, popovers almost outnumber visitors.
One of the most beautiful places to explore with your dog on a Fall day is Little Long Pond. Off-leash play doesn’t get any better than this!
What could possibly be more pleasant than a stroll along a secluded shore front path – granite outcroppings and the waters of Frenchman Bay on one side, and many of Bar Harbor’s beautiful old homes on the other? Bar Harbor’s Shore Path offers just such an experience.