Pack your decorations to participate in our site decorating contest, and bring your bikes to ride along in our campground parade!
After a long day of fun test your speed at our watermelon eating contest, or cool off with a water battle!
Don't forget to stop by the Lobster Trap Cafe to see our yummy Fourth of July specials!
Find out what Hogwarts house you belong in at our Soda Sorting Ceremony & make your very own wand!
Stop by the cafe for a delicious Butterbeer Milkshake to sip while you hunt for Golden Snitches!
Don't forget to pack your robes!
Sing along to Christmas carols, decorate a wreath, & taste test some local libations!
Pack your Christmas decorations to participate in our site decorating contest, or just enjoy the fun lights, maybe alongside a frozen hot chocolate from the Lobster Trap Cafe!
No one knows how to party like a pirate! We'll have live music, a campfire, and a pirates choice tasting of beer from a local brewery!
All weekend we'll have fun pirate activities like painting treasure chests, going on a treasure hunt, & even a chance to walk the plank!
Keep the good vibes flowing at our wine tasting from a local winery, and relax with a movie after the sun goes down.
Make the most of your vacation & let us help you find the best of the local area activites.
Prefer to stay at camp? There's still plenty of fun to be had right on site, from bobbing for apples to decorating pumpkins to tasting some cider, there's fun for everyone!
Bar Harbor's Fourth of July has been voted the #1 Fourth of July celebration in America by the Today Show, and recognized by National Geographic as one of the top ten in the U.S.! With a full day of events; there are so many ways to enjoy the holiday, it's no wonder that people love spending the Fourth in Bar Harbor. Events include: blueberry pancake breakfast, craft fair, parade, seafood festival, lobster races, live music, fireworks and much more!
The Scooter Cannonball is a coast to coast endurance challenge for scooters held every two years since 2004. The event takes in some of the best motorcycle roads in North America. Points are awarded based on miles completed ant the ability to maintain the standard pace. The Cannonball will begin in Bar Harbor, Maine and finish in Eureka, California. The total distance of the riding course is estimated to be 4,250 miles.
In 1913, John Rockefeller Jr. built a series of carriage roads so he could avoid cars in the Acadia National Park. Nine miles of the Bar Harbor Bank & Trust Half Marathon run on that still-existing system of hard-packed trails. The hilly course starts in the small, picturesque fishing town of Bar Harbor, then cuts into the National Park. Register for either the 1/2 Marathon, Fall 5K, or 1/2 Marathon-Walker.
Many national parks have direct connections to the American military—there are dozens of battlefields, military parks, and historic sites that commemorate and honor the service of American veterans. In addition, every national park is part of our collective identity that defines who we are and where we came from as a nation. They are tactile reminders of the values, the ideals, and the freedoms that our veterans protect.
Acadia Birding Festival is a 4 day event being held from 31st May to the 3rd June 2018 at the Acadia National Park in Orono, USA. This event showcases products like an opportunity to celebrate the ecological wonders of the birds of the Gulf of Maine at the Acadia Birding Festival, to Explore Mount Desert Island and its birds through numerous events and venues, to enjoy the sights and sounds of Atlantic Puffins, Razorbills, Roseate and Arctic Terns on Petit Manan Island
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