Many people who stay with us plan on visiting Acadia National Park. I would recommend driving the Park Loop Road and visiting Sand Beach and Thunder Hole as a minimum. If you want a beach away from the crowds, check out Hunter Beach which is further down the Park Loop Road. We usually pick up a…
You need to get a pass at the park in order to access the park, park parking, Cadillac Mountain, Sand beach, and any of the carriage, hiking, and biking trails in Acadia National Park. Click on the enclosed website for all information.
Acadia National park is around 1 hour 30 minutes away. As a nature preserve, think New England coastal, craggy rock beaches, pine trees, wilderness, camping and hiking - including up Cadillac Mountain. If you're lucky to visit in foliage season (generally Sept/October), then add to that gorgeous…
Mount Desert Island, 67 miles north of Lincolnville Center. Walking and hiking trails, loop road along the rocky shore. Drive to the top of Mt. Cadillac.
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“Arborvine serves creative, locally sourced American cuisine and a long wine list in a charming 1823 farmhouse. ”
“Finn's Irish Pub in historic downtown Ellsworth serves traditional Irish fare updated with gastro-pub flair. The hidden gem inside this Main Street standby is a 1932 Jerry O'Mahoney Dining Car, complete with original marble bar top and mahogany wood work. With 21 tap handles featuring a fine selection of domestic and imported craft beers, Irish music playing over the sound system, and the aroma of Steak & Mushroom Pie and Wexford Fish Cakes wafting from the kitchen, Finn's provides rich rewards for all the senses”
“Quaint drive in seafood restaurant. Outdoor and some indoor seating. Ice cream and homemade desserts. A local favorite.”
“Barncastle is the go-to restaurant and bar in the area. It's located in an old renovated castle-looking house, and has a bar in front, restaurant with great pizza etc. in back (with reasonable prices), and an inn on the second floor. They sometimes have live music in the restaurant.”
“Less than 10 minutes away, Fort Knox is one of the best-preserved military fortifications on the New England seacoast. It has a great history behind it, and there are several public events hosted there every year. If you are visiting in October, Fright at the Fort is an annual favorite - think Haunted House meets historic fort......spooky to say the least.”