Optional activities are:
With 47,000 acres along the Atlantic Coast, Acadia National Park is home to a variety of activities, stunning scenery and wildlife. For the next two days’ clients will immerse themselves into this unique landscape full of glacier carved ridgelines and valleys, fiord-like lakes and the coastal town of Bar Harbor.
Campsite with full hook-ups – Located near Southwest Harbor, also known as the Quietside of Acadia, this private campground is perfectly situated to explore the wonders of Acadia National Park. I would sugggest a back-in deluxe site with full hook-ups.
Approximate drive time from Penobscot Bay to Southwest Harbor is 1.5 hours.
Full day of kayaking - Acadia National Park is a diverse area with endless recreational activities. This morning take the ferry from Winter Harbor over to Bar Harbor where you will meet up with your kayaking guide. Upon arrival to the shop you will be outfitted with your gear before you head to the west side of the island. For the two and a half to three hours you will paddle along the remote sections of either Western Bay, Blue Hill Bay or Somes Sound. In total, this expereince is approximately 6 hours including transportation from the shop in Southwest Harbor.
Other activities available around Acadia are:
Spending a day enjoying the coastal town of Bar Harbor
Bike riding along the carraige roads in the park
Hiking on one of the many trails
Driving over to Winter Harbor and hiking around Schoodic Point
Drive along the park road in Acadia visiting iconic sites such as Thunder
Hole, Cadillac Mountain or Sand Beach
Full hook-up campsite – a full hook-up site just steps away from Short Sands Beach.