Open May 10 - October 14
136 County Road
Bar Harbor, ME 04609Get Directions
RV Sites, Tent Sites
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Check-in: 4:00 pm, Check-out: 10:00 am
Park Loop Road - Enjoy spectacular coastal views. Park Loop Road winds past some of Acadia's most popular sights. Carriage Roads are for walking, jogging, cycling and horse drawn carriage rides. Hiking/Walking trails are abundant, 120 miles of trails to enjoy! Hike, bike or drive Cadillac Mountain. The fresh water lakes are heaven for canoeing, kayaking and for the swimming enthusiasts. Park wildlife can be seen from land, air and sea. Seal, deer, beaver, squirrel, puffin, osprey, fox, coyote and otter roam free in the park as well as song birds, ducks, shorebirds and birds of prey. Try the Photographer's Paradise - Photo walks daily in July and August led by a Kodak representative. Spectacular sunsets are a regular occurrence.
March 29, 2013: Operational Change Due to Sequestration - THE PARK LOOP ROAD: The entire Park Loop Road will open on May 17. The 2 mile regular winter driving route, including Thunder Hole and Sand Beach, is open now, via Schooner Head Road in Bar Harbor.
Our fully narrated tours of Bar Harbor and Acadia national Park are a fun, relaxing way to discover the unique treasures of our area. Enjoy our friendly guides' knowledge and flair for storytelling while you journey past historic landmarks and fantastic scenery. For new visitors and returning guests alike, Oli's Trolley offers an unforgettable way to explore Bar Harbor and Acadia National Park. Join us to see why guests say it's the best tour they have ever taken! For discounts on tickets, stop by the KOA Office
Acadian Boat Tours offers nature cruises, puggin & seabird tours, tours of Somes Sound as well as fishing trips aboard the Acadian and the Islander. Explore the rich wildlife population and enjoy the breathtaking scenery of coastal Maine, Acadia National Park, the islands of Frenchman Bay, and the shoreline of Bar Harbor.These tours are great for the whole family!
Experience living history while sailing aboard the Margaret Todd, the legendary schooner. The best view of the Downeast Coast is from the deck of a Downeast Windjammer Cruise
The Margaret Todd is the only four-masted schooner on the waters of New England! Bring your binoculars and keep a look out for bald eagles, seals and porpoise.
Discount Tickets are available at the front desk.
America's longest running summer antiques show and the region's premier cultural event featuring 28 dealers from Maine and across the United States. Aug. 17-20 – Woodlawn Museum, 19 Black House Dr., Ellsworth. 207-667-8671.
Thursday & Friday 10am to 6pm and Saturday 10am to 4pm
The Woodlawn Croquet Players hold several popular tournaments annually. The Woodlawn Invitational Croquet Tournament held in June, is a six wicket USCA sanctioned tournament with three days of block play. In September, it is either the Woodlawn Big Lobster Tournament offering five days of spirited croquet play on the coast of Maine that includes a unique blend of six and nine wicket competition on several different courts in the area, or the Woodlawn Mini Lobster Tournament which is strictly a six wicket USCA sanctioned tournament. The tournaments routinely draw players from around the country and Canada for this tournament. In 2017, the Woodlawn Big Lobster Tournament will be held September 6th – 10th. Spectators are welcome.