We stayed at The Narrows Too Campground. Very convenient. Expensive for waterfront sites but they do have sites that are cheaper. Might want to make reservations if weekend. The LL Bean shuttle (free) stops at the campground and takes you into Acadia National Park. Lobstah!! yum!!
Lonny & Diane
2004 Country Coach Allure 33' "Big Blue"
Towing 2008 Chev Colorado 4x4
I stayed at The Narrows Too campground. Nice. Huge sites. Convenient. Not many trees. Very easy to get to the park and Bar Harbor in your toad. There was only one grocery store in the area but it was well stocked. I did not eat out due to food allergies so no recomendations from me in that area. Downtown Bar Harbor is VERY crowded with very little parking. I did the whale watching trip out of Bar Harbor. Saw lots of whales in the water but very few jumping out of the water. A little disappointing. The single engine tiny plane ride over the park was really cool. Beautiful country and fantastic views around every corner.
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Bar Harbor Oceanside KOA.
Acadia National Park is a must. Take the carriage ride through the park, hike, bike, enjoy the scenery.
Stroll downtown BH at night.
Take a whale watch, sail, or a cruise.
Eat at what used to be the Maine Luau-I believe is now called the Trenton Lobster Pound, not to be confused with the Trenton Lobster Pound at the bridge, which is excellent also. Any of the roadside lobster shacks are good. Our experience at Geddy's was horrible. Most of the downtown restaurants are overpriced and not that good.
Subscribe to the 3 "L" rule-don't stop livin', lovin' and learnin'
RV-less for now but our spirits are still on the open road. And missing it more every day!
Dine at Jordan Pond and hike the lake
Whale and Puffin Watch Cruise
Visit the Brewery near the causeway
Ride the free buses throughout the towns, park and villages.
Check the cruise ship schedules and try to avoid downtown Bar Harbor on the days they are in port, the town gets mobbed with cruise ship passengers
Kayak in the bay
Hike or bike the trails
Take a carriage ride
We stayed at the KOA Oceanside and the lobster man cook lobsters every night, you can eat at his picnic tables or carry them home. There is also a couple driving around in a minivan selling home made blueberry pies which I heard were great but we did not try. No pool at the Oceanside KOA, but you can use the pool at KOA Woodside a few miles down the road.