Bass Harbor Head lighthouse, Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park
Beautiful views of Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park's rocky coastline
Jordan Pond, Acadia National Park
Four masted schooner, sailing by Acadia National Park

Ideal Stopping Point for Acadia National Park

Bar Harbour is a small town which hugs the rocky coastline and soaring granite cliffs of Maine. Once a small fishing and ship-building community, it is now more familiar as the stopping point for Acadia National Park – over 50 square miles of highly varied beautiful terrain for hiking and beautiful views.  Acadia National Park is famed for its coastline of sand and cobblestone beaches rubbing alongside meadows, marshes and dense evergreen forests. It’s a great place in which to enjoy the best of outdoor life offered by New England and Maine. In the evenings, Bar Harbour offers bars and clubs which host a range of live music and some good privately owned family eateries

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