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Schoodic Point

Now this is my absolute favorite. My husband and I go there many times for our picnic. Winter we... read more

Reviewed March 14, 2012
Trudi T
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Surry, Maine
Nature at it's best

Great fishing-awesome scenery!Not as crowded as Acadia National Park.

Reviewed February 19, 2012
SheryB
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Reviewed March 14, 2012

Now this is my absolute favorite. My husband and I go there many times for our picnic. Winter we sit in the car, have a thermos with tea, our sandwich and desert my favorite cookie.When it gets warm we sit on the rocks and picnic...More

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Reviewed February 19, 2012

Great fishing-awesome scenery!Not as crowded as Acadia National Park.

1  Thank SheryB
Reviewed December 29, 2011

If you are staying in Acadia NP area for more than a day, I would highly recommend taking an afternoon trip over to Schoodic Point. It provides a very different view of Acadia... no crowds, beautiful coastal scenery, and quite time to enjoy the natural...More

2  Thank RedCyclone02
Reviewed December 22, 2011

When you drive to Winter Harbor off Route One you will see the signs for Schoodic Point. You can drive around the pine tree filled park. Most people park near the ocean and walk dwon on these very large rocks.As beautiful as it is ,you...More

6  Thank baklavaqueen
Reviewed August 24, 2011

The first time we visited Schoodic, about 10 years ago, we were camping at nearby Ocean Wood Campground and chanced on the park entrance. There was a storm at sea and the display of sea against rocks was absolutely spectacular. One couldn't discern sea from...More

3  Thank n2utg
Reviewed November 8, 2010

This place is huge, uncrowded and wild. No guard rails, in fact, thru the years several people have been swept out to sea by rogue waves, get as close as you dare! I like it, because on a good day, people sit on the rocks...More

6  Thank soozi24
Reviewed September 2, 2010

Schoodic Point is more beautiful and rustic as compared to the main Acadia Park around Bar Harbor. This section of park is very small, the main road is one-way, that loops around the park. There are no facilities so make sure you carry food. There...More

5  Thank Born2Roam-n-hike
Reviewed July 15, 2010

We stopped here on our way up the coast for a day trip to the Canadian border. Be sure to go at or around low tide so that you can explore the tidal pools. Here you will find all different types of different life forms...More

4  Thank accountant_guy
Reviewed June 21, 2010

We made the trip off Mount Desert Island to Schoodic Point on our last day in Acadia. We enjoyed the loop and scenery, and seeing the island from a different vantage point. We heard there was a good chance of seeing wildlife, and we saw...More

2  Thank SushiFoodie
Reviewed October 16, 2009

if the untamed & even dangerous in nature attracts you, then schoodic point, maine, is the place for you. striking, and often violent in its power, schoodic point is a remarkable example of the power of nature. titan waves crash against boulders that have been...More

6  Thank zorcomat
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Alton R
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Response from DayTrip558011 | Reviewed this property |
I don't believe so but won't swear to it. I did not see any ferries and we were there for about 3 hours
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