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Jordan Pond

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Jordan Pond

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Acadia National Park, Mount Desert Island, ME
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Savor Bar Harbor Culinary Walking Tour

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Immerse yourself in the food culture of Bar Harbor and Mt. Desert Island on this culinary-focused tour. This small island has a bustling food scene and this small-group tour lets sample the best that downtown Bar Harbor has to offer. Listen to commentary about the local food and agriculture as you taste; a small group means you have plenty of personalized attention and the chance to ask questions.
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HappyGJackson wrote a review Sep 21
Mount Laurel, New Jersey532 contributions43 helpful votes
We went here to walk around the pond and find the bridges . Wonderful area the pond is so big and clean . I walked the carriage road near the pond lots of hills . Then we bought our bikes here to ride the carriage roads great exercise up and down the hills . We had to try the pop overs and they were so good I made them at home yum after a long walk have some pop overs
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Laura R wrote a review Sep 21
Guttenberg, New Jersey98 contributions17 helpful votes
This place is very scenic. The pond (really a lake) is majestic and beautiful. There are places to walk, and the restaurant serves excellent baked goods. A great stop in Acadia for a snack, or just to look at the water.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Kristy wrote a review Sep 21
Huntsville, Alabama543 contributions62 helpful votes
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We walked the carriage road trail beside and above the pond to the first carriage road trail. Then we took the path down to the Jordan pond path on the east side. There is some elevation change going up the carriage road but not a hard hike. The short path back down to the pond is steep, uneven and many rocks to walk on. The path around the east side of the pond is dirt and rock with few boardwalks. The pond is so clear. Another day we walked the west side of the pond on the boardwalks. These are being replaced but no gaps. There are pullovers to pass every so often.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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cmahls wrote a review Sep 15
connecticut176 contributions51 helpful votes
Really wanted to love this hike and we did, for the first half —-with views of the Bubbles, the pond and dappled light on wooded paths. The second half was mostly walking on boardwalks a few feet inland with a few stretches of rock climbing. Little to see and a bit frightening for those who find rock-hopping less than ideal. If we had to do it over again, and we would, we would do the first half and turn around to head back. If you are looking at the pond with the tea house behind you, walk to the right and start there. The second half is not at all suitable for anyone with mobility issues or families with very young children.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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gladysbarros66 wrote a review Sep 5
Connecticut116 contributions5 helpful votes
What a welcoming site after months of travel bans. The hills, the evergreens and this big beautiful pond right in front of me was Heaven. All visitors were respectful of each other and wore masks and kept their distance. We were all like kids on a school field trip, just filled with curioucity. The water was clear and with the right shoes on you could climb on the rocky shoreline. So pack up the family and grab your camera and head up for a day or even two or three days for an adventure in nature.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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