Coastal Maine

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Day 1 to 3 - Pemaquid Point, Maine
This morning, following the two to two-and-a-half-hour orientation, clients will hit the road and head north into Maine. Situated south of the Bristol township Pemaquid Point is an idyllic Maine coastline. During this two-night stay clients will be able to visit the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, spend the afternoon in the village of Boothbay or just walk around the stunning rocks that form the coast line. Full hook-up campsite – located a quick drive from the idyllic Pemaquid Point Lighthouse, this small and private campground is the perfect location to explore the area. I would suggest a full hook-up campsite tucked into the trees and featuring 50-amp electric.
Approximate drive time from Wyoming, Rhode Island to Pemaquid Point is 5.5 hours.
Day 2
Pemaquid Point and the surrounding area is home to stunning coast lines, quaint villages and an array of recreational activities. For the first full day the clients will be on their own to explore this beautiful area.

Optional activities are:
Day trip to Boothbay to visit the many shops, galleries and wonderful restaurants
Walk around Pemaquid Point coast line and enjoy a picnic lunch along the rocks
Explore the Pemaquid Point Lighthouse and museum
Head out for for a guided day of kayaking on one of the lakes, rivers or along the coast


Day 3 to 5 - Rockport & Penobscot Bay
Located in the heart of Maine’s Midcoast, Rockport and Penobscot Bay are classic examples of Down East Maine and New England Coastal Villages. Penobscot Bay is the “jewel of the Maine coast” and home to hundreds of uninhabited islands, incredible panoramic vistas and an extensive lobster and fishing industry. Setting up camp just south of Rockport, these next two days are sure to be full of incredible cuisine, beautiful scenery and relaxation.
Back-in site with full hook-ups - For your stay in Penobscot Bay I would suggest a full hook-up campsite nestled just steps away from the coast. This campsite features full hook-ups, a private picnic table and fire ring.
Approximate drive time from Pemaquid Point to Rockport is 2 hours.

Day 4
Island Sail through Penobscot Bay - Considered to be one of the best cruising grounds in Maine, Penobscot Bay is the perfect place for an afternoon sail. Enjoy a few relaxing hours on the water sailing through the bay and watching the Harbor Seals on the ledges at Robinson’s Rocks catching some sun. Along the way enjoy a freshly prepared full-service lobster rolls lunch!


Day 5 to 8 - Acadia National Park

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.

Day 6
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

Day 8 to 9 - York, Maine
Settled in 1624, York, Maine is home to rich history and beautiful beaches. For the last evening on this wonderful journey, clients will relax along the coast once more and enjoy some great food and beautiful scenery before biding adieu to the Maine coast.
Full hook-up campsite – a full hook-up site just steps away from Short Sands Beach.
Approximate drive time from Lake Sebago to Schoodic Point is 5 hours.
Day 9 - Bid Adieu
Packing up camp for the last time this morning clients will return to Wyoming, Rhode Island where they will return the Airstream and head home.
Approximate drive time from York, Maine to Wyoming, Rhode Island is 4 hours