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So many choices...
Hosts Jim and Anna are happy to assist you in tailoring the perfect vacation. Magnificent Acadia National Park, where the mountains meet the sea, offers approximately 55 miles of the Rockefeller carriage roads and 160 miles of hiking trails. During the spring, summer, fall, and winter there are endless activities such as whale watching, visiting interesting museums, sailing, canoeing, fishing, shopping, kayaking, biking, hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and antiquing, just to name a few.

Acadia National Park
Plan your adventure with information about hiking trails, sights, and other things to do in Acadia. www.nps.gov/acad

Island Explorer
Leave your car behind and ride the Island Explorer, which will pick you up and drop you off right at our doorstep. The Island Explorer is a FREE, clean, propane-powered shuttle linking hotels, inns, and campgrounds with island beaches, shops and restaurants, and destinations in Acadia National Park such as hiking trails and carriage roads. www.exploreacadia.com


Abbe Museum
We are happy to provide our guests with passes to the Abbe Museum upon request.

Seal Cove Auto Museum

Bar Harbor Whale Watch

Acadia Birding Festival

Acadia Night Sky Festival

Mount Desert Island Marathon

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