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Travel to the Scoodic Peninsula if you get tired of the crowds @ Acadia, around Bar Harbor. You will see many of the same things with the benefit of no crowds. My favorite location was an unmarked location called The Ravens nest. Exactly 3.2 miles...More
We drove to Schoodic Point after leaving the main Acadia National Park area, and heading to Canada for our next destination of our summer vacation. We were with our four children, ages 6,8,10, and 12. One of our kids completed the junior ranger program, and...More
Sitting on the rocks, soaking up the rays while listening to the waves. Very few other people were there. It was an afternoon that refreshed like an entire vacation! Bus service was handy & drivers and others on bus were friendly too.
We took the Schoodic Ferry over on a warm day in August. We brought our rented bikes along and we were glad that we did. If you're planning on biking, better to rent in Bar Harbor and bring on the ferry. They are able to...More
Schoodic Point offers magnificent views of Cadillac and Dorr mountains over Frenchman's Bay. Basalt plutons extrude through granite formations and give you a glimpse into the regions volcanic past. Beautiful surf and sunset pictures; bring bug repellent.
Schoodic Point has been my favorite place since I was a child. I noe travel back to my home state annually and stay near the point so that I can visit every day. The surf is awe inspiring is conditions are just right. Sunsets are...More
Free shuttle bus around the peninsula will bring you here. Picnic while you hear the ocean roar and walking the rocks. Nearby is a New campground 2015 with electric and water. Large sites, flat and well spread out. Clean bath houses friendly staff and volunteers.
Once you have seen the fantastic views and rock formations at Schoodic Point, don’t miss taking some of the great trails. Park at the BlueBerry Hill lot and take a .7 mile flat hike to the head of the trail to Schoodic Head. It is...More