We took advantage of our National Parks Pass (a great deal from your Federal Government) to visit Acadia National Park while we visited the Bar Harbor, ME area. We enjoy partaking of Ranger-led programs and were able to do that numerous times during our stay. Acadia has an interesting history – it was due … More Acadia National Park – the First Eastern National Park
We departed Old Orchard Beach Maine and continued our drive North to the lovely Bar Harbor Maine. We had plans to stay in the Bar Harbor Area for 1 week+ and our friends Nancy & Betsy of RV-A-Go-Go fame were work hosting there – a great opportunity to spend time with them! The RV-A-Go-Go-ers put is in a lovely … More A Visit to Beautiful Bar Harbor Maine – our trip North Continues….
Wild Acres, located along the Southern Maine Coast in Old Orchard Beach has a slogan – that you see throughout the campground – “75 Acres of Camping Serenity”. Now, I don’t know how people from Maine define “serenity,” but Wild Acres lives up to it’s name. WILD. Wild Acres is one of the largest … More Wild Acres Old Orchard Beach Maine – Crazy Camping!
During our visit to Old Orchard Beach Maine & the Wild Acres Campground – we searched for kayak spots. We have learned that kayak sites are not as plentiful in the Northeast US – more crowded conditions, less parking, privately owned waterfront properties – we have to work just a little harder to find launch … More A Crooked River (Maine) Kayak, Sebago Lake & a Great Campground
We had a busy visit to Cape Cod – between Cape Cod Baseball League games and Lobster Rolls, we managed to get in some other activities during our two-week stay. We were lucky to get a space on one of the National Seashore’s Kayak trips led by two Rangers. A short paddle to the Salt … More Cape Cod Mass – From Falmouth to Ptown