Come and Soak Up the Magic of this Downeast Place
A serene and lovely place like no other, Bar Harbor is a destination known the world over. Its pristine beauty feels almost like a painting at times and has a certain magic to all that visit. Boasting Acadia National Park and a charming town, natural delights and endless views are the main event here. That and the lobster!
A few of our favorite suggestions? Bundle up a few of those lobster rolls to go and have a picnic at countless scenic vistas in the park. Or head out on the water to eat with Sea Princess’s unforgettable scenic nature cruises. Either way you can roll to go! Of course, you can’t miss a lobster boat tour and Lulu’s 2 hour tour is the place to do it! If you are making it a day trip and want to stay in town for lunch, go to Stewman’s, right in the center of town with wharf seating overlooking the water.
Why we love it: It’s a picture perfect part of Maine – with lots of lighthouses and lobster boats!
- On Mount Desert Island
- Bar Harbor surrounds Acadia National Park
- 150 miles north of Portland
- More than 20 Lighthouses In Bar Harbor/Acadia area – some viewable by boat only.
- Over 5 million lobsters are eaten in Bar Harbor each year