Sunday, July 8, 2012

Northeast Trip - More Days in Acadia National Forest

Bar Harbor and Acadia  National Park are about 200 miles from Kennebunkport Maine in what is know as the 'Downeast Region' of Maine.
This was one great place!  Our 8 days there were not enough time to enjoy all that it has to offer.  We will definitely be back!  Here are some more photos of what we did at Acadia NP, Bar Harbor and the surrounding area:

1. On the drive up to Cadillac Mountain overlooking Bar Harbor.

2.  Cadillac Mountain - the highest point on the eastern U. S.

3.  One afternoon we walked around Bar Harbor and went over to the park near the waterfront. 
One of two beautiful parks in town.

4. We really liked our campground and spend many evenings around the campfire.

6.  Or walking around and seeing other campsites.

7.  Another morning Tom, Cathy and I got up early (like 4:00 A.M. early) to see the sunrise on top of Cadillac Mountain.
We were not disappointed!  It was well worth it!  We were not alone -- there must have been 200 people up there with us.

8.  We also did some hiking in the park.  One morning we went on a nice 3.2 mile hike around Jordan's Pond.

I leave you today with a photo looking across Jordan Pond toward the Bubbles.
As you can see, it would be hard to run out of things to do at Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park.  We didn't.  In fact stay tuned for the next edition of the Roadrunner Chronicles to see a recap one of the great small town 4th of July celebrations…

Thanks for joining us!  Until next time...

8 comments:

  1. We really enjoyed our vist there, thanks for theideas memories :)

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  2. Acadia is our number one favorite national park. Loved seeing the photos again, and wish we had your sweatshirt weather! 101 yesterday in Pennsylvania...sigh!

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  3. Spectacular photos. We hope to visit this area in the fall. Where did you stay? The campground looks very nice.

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  4. Oops, missed your previous post with the campground information. Happy Trails.

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  5. We were at Acadia before we had a camper..It would be nice to visit it again and enjoy all of the amenities...

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  6. beautiful photos of the area!..there seems to be a few bloggers on the east coast this past week!

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  7. WOW...love the pictures. Looks like you had plenty to see and do.

    Joe and Sherri

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  8. Wow... we REALLY want to go there. That was in the plan for this year, but didnt happen. Maybe in a couple years. Thanks for sharing!

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