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!
When I saw the freshly fallen snow outlining every cliff on Champlain Mountain, the scene begged for my attention!
Overlooking the harbor on the “Quietside” of Mount Desert Island, home of Acadia National Park, The Kingsleigh Inn provides superior accommodations for guests seeking warm hospitality, creative cuisine, casual elegance, myriad amenities and panoramic harbor views.
Located in Bar Harbor, Maine, just 4 miles from Acadia National Park’s Main Entrance, the Woods of Eden Glampground offers your family and friends a quiet wooded setting for a wonderful “glamping” experience.
Down a quiet lane in Southwest Harbor, with easy walking to shops and restaurants, you will find Harbor Oasis. This waterfront, Maine gem is just minutes to some of Acadia National Park’s favored spots including Beech Mountain & Echo Lake.
Stay in this quiet cottage just minutes outside of downtown Bar Harbor. Nestled in an eco-friendly housing village, half way between downtown Bar Harbor and Ellsworth, you’ll have great access to Mount Desert Island and Acadia National Park
Explore the history of Schooner Head, one of three rocky promontories that dominate the eastern shoreline of Mount Desert Island.
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.
National Parks are more important than ever, as they remain the epitome of wilderness, on a planet with less and less of it each and every day.
Experience casual fine dining, a full bar in a relaxed atmosphere and a view of Frenchman Bay, with local and international cuisine at The Bistro at The Atlantic Oceanside in Bar Harbor.